Benefiz-Konzert auf Einladung Stefan Graf Finck von Finckensteins für den Förderverein für schwerhörige Kinder e.V. der Margarethe-von-Witzleben-Schule mit Förderschwerpunkt „Hören und Kommunikation“ Noe Inui – Violine Marc Sabbah – Viola Stimmführer National Orchestra Brussels David Cohen – Cello Stimmführer London Symphony Orchestra
For anyone new to violinist Noé Inui, the wide variety of influences that have shaped his character and career may surprise. To Noé, born in Brussels in 1985 to a Greek mother and a Japanese father, it is as logical and organic as breathing.
Having started to play the violin at the tender age of 4, he chose to study at the conservatories of Brussels, Paris, Karlsruhe and Düsseldorf. This made him understand the various ‘schools of playing’; the Franco-Belgian, the German and the Russian tradition, and the vision of pedagogues Galamian and Stoliarsky.
Marc Sabbah (1988, New York City) is a viola soloist, chamber musician, professor and as of 2012, the viola soloist of the Belgian National Orchestra.
Described as„a magnificent player“ by legendary conductor Zubin Mehta, Marc is regularly invited as guest Principal Violist of the Israeli Philharmonic.
David Cohen has established a reputation as one of the most charismatic and exciting young cellists of today.
Hailed by critics as “Magnificent”, Gramophone, “demonstrates total commitment, combining vitality with expressive feeling in the most spontaneous manner”, the Strad, “an individual, and an exceptionally gifted one,” New York Stereo Review.
Born in the town of Tournai in Belgium, David made his solo debut with the Belgium National Orchestra at the age of nine.