18/09 | Loriane Llorca


Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)
Prelude in E flat major BWV 552
Concerto 'after Vivaldi' in d minor BWV 596
- (Allegro) - Grave - Fuga
- Largo e spiccato
- (Allegro)
Gabriel FAURÉ (1845-1924)
Suite Pelléas et Mélisande
(transcription by Louis Robilliard)
- Prélude
- Fileuse
- Sicilienne
- Mort de Mélisande
Charles-Marie WIDOR (1844-1937)
I. Allegro vivace
(from Symphony No. 5 in f minor, op. 42)
Louis VIERNE (1870-1937)
IV. Romance
(from Symphony No. 4 in g minor, op. 32)
Louis VIERNE (1870-1937)
(from Pièces de Fantaisie, Suite No.3, Op.54 - No.2)
Louis VIERNE (1870-1937)
I. Allegro Maestoso
(from Symphony No. 3 in f-sharp minor, op. 28)


Originally from Béarn, born in 1993, Loriane Llorca began her musical studies of the piano and organ at the Pau Conservatory with Jesus Martin Móro. She then studied organ at the Conservatoire de Toulouse with Stéphane Bois, Michel Bouvard, and Jan Willem Jansen, and piano with Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard. Loriane holds a degree in Musicology from the University of Paris (the Sorbonne). As a musician, she combines theory and practice, tradition and modernity. Passionate about a wide variety of repertoire, and exhibiting mastery and eclecticism, she strives to present a wide variety of works highlighting the musical richness of the organ. Pleased to join in concert with other musicians, she accompanies regularly singers, instrumentalists, ensembles and orchestras, as like the Orchestra of the Capitol of Toulouse or the Orchestra of Paris. In 2016, as the recipient of financial awards from the Fondation de France-Ustaritz, the Meyer Foundation, the Tarrazi Foundation and the Rhine Gold, she joined Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard's Classes at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. In 2017 she won the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize at the Jean-Louis Florentz International Competition, under the auspices of the Académie des Beaux-Arts - Institut de France. For the year 2018-2019, while continuing her organ studies at the CNSM in Paris, Loriane was appointed as annual organist in residence at the Centre for Baroque Music in Versailles. As well, she was appointed for Six months as Young Artist-In-Residence at St. Louis King of France Cathedral in New Orleans, United States. Next year 2021 she will take part in Erasmus exchange in the Conservatorium van Amsterm, an important European city of organ music with its long tradition of highly qualified education.
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