Trio Bellanger
The French « Bellanger String Trio » is two sisters and one brother, Laetitia, Raphaëlle, Emmanuel, playing respectively Violon, Viola and Cello.

Laetitia Bellanger
She began Violin at the age of 7. After attending several Music Schools, she obtained the prize of violon and diploma from the prestigious Conservatory of Paris.
As she is a member of both the Pasdeloup Orchestra and the Bernard Calmel Chamber Orchestra, she tours quite a lot. She also plays in several festivals with the Ensemble Silneac. Moreover, she teaches violin in two Conservatories (Paris & Puteaux).
Very creative and full of imagination, Laetitia got also involved into acting in the theatre play ‘The Journal of Marie Bachkirtseff’.
Lastly, she paints, draws, sculpts.
Her personal website : https://myspace.com/violons

Raphaëlle Bellanger
Born in 1978, she starts learning violin in 1981 with her mother. She then continued her musical studies in the Conservatory of Paris, then La Courneuve and finally Boulogne.
She attended the courses of masters like Huguette Déat, Jacques St-Yves, Alexis Galpérine, Suzanne Guessner et Pierre-Henri Xuereb. She received two first prizes of Paris in violin and viola.
She was also distinguished with three 1st prizes in musical writing from the National Conservatory of Paris (fugue, counterpoint, harmony), after attending master classes from Michel Merlet, Jean-Paul Holstein and Jean-François Zygel.
She is currently playing for :
- the Orchestra of Tours
- interim in the Opera Bastille of Paris
- the Archinto quartet
- the Ensemble Cordes Mêlées
Her personal website: https://myspace.com/raphaellebellanger

Emmanuel Bellanger:
Born in 69, Emmanuel starts learning piano in 74 then cello in 76. He received an education from the National Conservatory of Paris where he had several prizes: cello, chamber music, harmony and counterpoint.
He’s also got a degree (M.A.) in Esthetics & Science in Arts and invented a ‘new temperament’.
As a pianist, he received an International Prize for Chamber Music in Italy.
He is currently working in two Conservatories and continues to arrange and compose.

Raphaelle and Emmanuel Bellanger also recorded the album “Duo EAIEL” available on MySurround.

 
Trio Bellanger
The French « Bellanger String Trio » is two sisters and one brother, Laetitia, Raphaëlle, Emmanuel, playing respectively Violon, Viola and Cello.

Laetitia Bellanger:
She began Violin at the age of 7. After attending several Music Schools, she obtained the prize of violon and diploma from the prestigious Conservatory of Paris.
Her personal website : http://www.myspace.com/violons

Raphaëlle Bellanger:
Born in 1978, she starts learning violin in 1981 with her mother. She then continued her musical studies in several Music Schools.
She received two 1st prizes in violin and viola from the National Conservatory of Paris and was also distinguished with three 1st prizes in musical writing (fugue, counterpoint, harmony).
Her personal website: http://www.myspace.com/raphaellebellanger

Emmanuel Bellanger:
Born in 69, Emmanuel starts learning piano in 74 then cello in 76. He received an education from the National Conservatory of Paris where he had several prizes: cello, chamber music, harmony and counterpoint. He’s also got a degree (M.A.) in Esthetics & Science in Arts and invented a ‘new temperament’.
As a pianist, he received an International Prize for Chamber Music in Italy.

Raphaelle and Emmanuel Bellanger also recorded the album “Duo EAIEL” available on MySurround.

This album of the “Trio à cordes Bellanger” is made of three parts:
- The French Suite BWW 817 in E-major by J.-S.Bach rearranged for a string trio by E.Bellanger
- Three Etudes by F.Chopin also rearranged for a string trio by E.Bellanger
o Etude Op.10, No.2 in A minor
o Etude Op.10, No.6 in E-flat minor
o Etude Op.25, No.7 in C-sharp minor
- “Quatre mouvements pour trois archets et douze cordes” by Alain Bernaud
Album zum Einkaufswagen hinfügenStil : Klassik
Erhältliche Formaten : Dbr/5.1 ac3, Dbr/5.1 wma, Dbr/5.1 wav, Stereo Mp3
Herausgabedatum : Mai 2012
Preis : 12,99 € inkl.MWSt
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY (NO CD)


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