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Sunday 4 October at 5 p.m.at the château

Fabien PARISITO, pianist


He was born in 1982. He began playing the piano when he was 14. After a brilliant degree course at the Conservatoire in Cannes, in the class of Denis Weber, he joined a specialized class in Piano and Chamber Music at the Conservatoire in Toulon with René-Pierre Faedda (piano) and David Selig (chamber music) which he passed successfully.

He has taken part in numerous festivals, such as the “Musicales internationales Guil-Durance” and “Musique à la cour” near Toulon and the ADEP concerts in Haute-Normandie. He has also recently performed, at Russian Cultural Foundation, in the International Festival “Ars Longa”. He has also been teaching piano at the School of Music in Grasse, in Alpes-Maritimes.

He has taken part in Master Classes with Hervé Billaut, Brigitte Engerer and especially with François-René Duchâble whose help and advice have proved invaluable.

As well as performing in concerts, he passionate about composing, improvisation and teaching.

He played at the Château in 2009.




Concert and Poetry Reading


The Search for Oneself


Text : L’inconnu sur la terre, Jean Marie Le Clezio

Music : The League of David Dances, Robert Schumann (1810-1856)


Text : Aurore, Jean Marie Le Clezio

Music : Une barque sur l’océan, Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)


Text : from Walt Whitman

Music : Jeux d’eau, Maurice Ravel


Text : Tao Te Ching, Laozi

Music : Oiseaux tristes, Maurice Ravel


Text : Au pays du maintenant, François Lorin

Music : Noctuelles, Maurice Ravel


Text : Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman


Text : Le Lac, Lamartine

Music : Nocturne opus 27 No 2, Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)


Text : Le pouvoir sur nous-même, Jean Marie Le Clezio

Music : La Vallée d’Obermann, Franz Liszt (1811-1886)


Text : Yoga as the art of oneself, Phillipe Filliot

Music : Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude, Franz Liszt

Marie HENNEREZ, actress

She plays Léa Leroux in the TV series “Plus Belle La Vie” on France 3. After attending a variety of drama schools such as the Atelier International de Blanche Salant, Marie Boudet’s Classes and the Conservatoire of the 20th, Marie developed her skills in courses, notably in New York, where she studied musical drama, honing her talents in song, dance and piano. In the theatre, she has worked with the collective La Bouée, with whom she performed in “L’écume des Jours” at the theatre in Belleville, and with the “Compagnie du Libre Acteur”, directed by Sébastien Bonnabel, where she is now performing  in “Autour de ma pierre, il ne fera pas nuit” by Fabrice Melquiot. On screen she has worked twice with Jean-Pierre Mocky, recently playing in “La Vie de Kate Moss” directed by Margaux Bonhomme and, she has just finished filming the pilot for the series “Cons” by Julien Personnaz.