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Friday, January 31, 2014 - 8 PM

Community Congregational Church, UCC

4111 Katella Avenue, Los Alamitos, CA

TICKETS:  General Seating - $25 per person   Students with ID & Seniors 65+  $20

CONCERT SPONSOR - $100 per person (includes best seats, reserved seating and private Champagne & Appetizer Buffet after the concert with our guest artists, Brett Deubner & Caroline Fauchet) 

100% of the proceeds will go directly to benefit the musicians of the Musique Sur La Mer Orchestras


Brett Deubner, one of the finest violists of this generation, and Caroline Fauchet, prizewinner of the Albert Roussel and Sofia International Competitions, is a collaboration that’s musical prowess has excited audiences around the world.  Their individual styles as soloists and innate sensitivity and flexibility has created a unique ensemble with a rare touch of finesse with contrasting power that always serves the music. The colors they use are complementary, creating a richer, interaction with each other to the point of "seeing" music, creating a soundscape that one travels with happiness and curiosity.  Their interpretation of the New York-based composer Patrick Zimmerli, "The Call" seemed to permanently seal the formation of this new and exciting duo, born of a complementary radiant energy of light and rare insight.

Brett Deubner, one of this generation’s most accomplished violists, has inspired worldwide critical acclaim for his powerful intensity and sumptuous tone. The Strad noted Brett Deubner’s playing for it’s “infectious capriciousness” while the Fanfare Magazine reviewed his most recent recording of Andrew Rudin’s concerto on the Centaur label with equal praise, ““Deubner meets every musical and technical challenge most admirably”.”The 2012-13 season marked Deubner’s concert debuts with the Grand Rapids Symphony, the Thuringer Symphoniker in Saalfed, Germany, and the Omaha Symphonic Winds. Recent concerto appearances have included New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the Knoxville Symphony, the Grainger Wind Symphony in Melbourne, the Filharmonic del Quito, String Orchestra of the Rockies, the National Symphony of Ecuador, the State Orchestra of Merida, Venezuela, the New Symphony of Sofia, Bulgaria, the Peninsula Symphony of California and the Kiev Camerata in Ukraine.  The 2013-14 season highlights include debuts with the Missoula Symphony, the Orquestra Filarmonica do Espirito Santo, Brazil, Orchestre bel’Arte in Paris, concerto appearances in New Jerset, Oregon as well as return engagements with the Peninsula Symphony and the National Symphony of Ecuador. With his duo partner, pianist Caroline Fauchet, Brett will give recitals in Los Angeles and Paris as well as release their first disc for Centaur.   Brett Deubner’s commitment to extending the repertoire for the viola is made evident by collaborations with some of today’s greatest composers such as Samuel Adler, Lalo Schifrin, Andrew Rudin, David Del Tredici and several of this generation’s leading young composers. To date, over 80 works for viola including over 30 viola concerti and numerous solo and chamber works for viola have been dedicated to and premiered by Brett Deubner.  Brett Deubner has served on the faculty of Temple University's Boyer School of Music and Dance in Philadelphia and Kean University’s Conservatory of Music.  Constantly in demand as a master class visiting guest and chamber music collaborator, Brett Deubner is on the faculty of the International Festival at Round Top, and the Musica Negli Horti festival in Tuscany, Italy. Brett is the Artistic Director of the concert series, “Music and More” in New Jersey where he makes his home.

French pianist Caroline Fauchet was born in 1983 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye. A child of musicians, she began her studies at the Conservatory of Music in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, where she graduated at the age of 14 years two and was awarded gold medals in both piano and chamber music.  While pursuing his studies at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris in the class of Germaine Mounier, she performed in concerts regularly. As a highly sought after piano soloist, she was invitited to perform a special concert for Nobel Peace Prize recipient Ang San Suu Kyi with the Orchestra at the Salle Gaveau Concerto.  An international prizewinner, Ms. Fauchet was awarded the second prize at the International Sofia as well as the Best Interpretation of the music of Albert Roussel. In 2006, she continued her musical studies in the class of Francois Chaplin at the Conservatory of Versailles where she won first prize and the Grand Stables occurs Versailles in the Month Molière with the Concerto in G Ravel.  In 2009, she was invited to Chopin Festival in the gardens of Bagatelle in Paris. In 2010, his first solo piano recording is devoted to works of F.Chopin, F. Liszt, S. Rachmaninoff. C. Debussy and A. Ginastera. She obtained the year after a public offering Serpev which allowed him to record a second disk for Calliope. The release is scheduled for June 2012. She is also winner of 2011 Award "arts and crafts" Rotary Club of Paris Dean.  As pianist of the Deubner-Fauchet Duo, with international viola soloist Brett Deubner, they will be performing on 3 continents next season including performances in Paris, New Jersey and Ecuador.  Fauchet Caroline shares her concert career with her passion for teaching. Caroline Fauchet holds the state diploma after two years of training Cefedem Ile-de-France.  Ms. Fauchet is a sought after professor of piano and chamber music and is based in the Paris region.



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Community Congregational Church, UCC
4111 Katella Avenue,
Los Alamitos, CA 90720