The AGM will take place on the 5th of February at 7.30pm et will be held online through Google Meet.
We would like to remind you that only members who have renewed their membership for 2021 will have the right to vote during the meeting. You can find the procedure to subscribe for 2021 on our website (currently under construction) www.francenz.org
In order to know how many participants will be present can you please fill in the form following that link before the 4th of February 2021 :
I would like to participate
The link to join the AGM will be sent on the morning of the 5th of February.
The agenda for the AGM goes as follow :
1/ Activities report of 2020
2/ Replacement of the members of the Bureau
3/ Financial report for 2020
4/ Presentation of the activities scheduled for 2021.
At the end of the AGM we are looking forward to welcoming French cellist Sébastien Hurtaud.
Sébastien Hurtaud was born in La Rochelle, France. Influenced by his family consisting of artists and skippers, the focus of Sébastien’s career has been on classical music and traveling around the world to discover new cultures and new composers, and to imbuing his interpretation of cello works from past centuries with this knowledge and experiences.
His new album with UK Rubicon Classics mirrors his artistic musical journey. Sébastien’s new album featuring the Elgar and Farr concertos was recorded under the direction of Australian conductor Benjamin Northey. In 2016, the French artist commissioned acclaimed New Zealand composer Gareth Farr to write the concerto “Chemin des Dames”, and then in 2017, he performed the world premiere of this cello concerto in Wellington, Auckland with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Sébastien will talk specifically about his last album.