Valentine Laporte and Danusia Oslizlok
flute and piano
Time & Location
27 Aug, 13:20
St Ann's Church, 18 Dawson St, Dublin 2, D02 YV57, Ireland
About the Event
Programme: Pietro Locatelli Da Bergamo, Sonata II Peteris Vasks Ainava ar putniem (Landscape with birds) Claude Debussy, Bilitis I. Pour invoquer Pan, dieu du vent d’été (To invoke Pan, god of the summer wind) II. Pour un tombeau sans nom (For a tomb without a name) III. Pour que la nuit soit propice (For an auspicious night) IV. Pour la danseuse aux crotales (For the rattlesnake dancer) V. Pour l’Égyptienne (For the Egyptian) VI. Pour remercier la pluie au matin (To thank the rain in the morning) Mel Bonis Pièce Georges Enesco Cantabile et Presto
Valentine Laporte Valentine has just completed her third-year of the Bachelor of Music at TU Dublin Conservatoire, studying flute with Ciarán O’Connell. Valentine completed a Musical Studies Diploma with honors in 2019 from the Toulouse Conservatoire in France where she studied with Jean-Robert Gasciarino. She has participated in various master classes with flutists such as Magali Mosnier and James Galway. In her previous engineering studies, she had the opportunity to work on a research project on flute acoustics at the Institut d'Alembert in Paris. Valentine was awarded first prize in the TU Dublin Conservatoire Briscoe Cup for concerto performance. She was named Rising Star 2023 which enabled her to perform at a concert in Limerick University Concert Hall alongside other young artists. She was awarded first prize at the Irish Freemasons Young Musician of the Year 2022, which has granted her many performance opportunities throughout the year and continues to do so. She made her concerto debut last June with the National Symphony Orchestra playing Ibert's Flute Concerto.
Danusia is a lecturer in piano , repetiteur and collaborator working with the undergraduate and postgraduate students at the TUD Conservatory of Music and Drama . She is much in demand as recitalist and collaborator and has given masterclasses and adjudicated at festivals in Belgium , Poland and at the Cork school of music . Danusia has performed in Ireland , UK , Belgium and Poland and has performed concerti with the NSO , DSO and orchestras abroad. She has made television and radio recordings on RTE , BBC and Belgian television. Danusia was also involved in the Research Music Foundation in Ireland /Dit Conservatory of Music and Drama recording a CD of Beethoven 's Irish Folksongs Revisted and a recording of the John Field nocturnes to mark the recent move to the TUD Grangegorman campus .