|11th edition : 19 – 28 June 2015|
French pianist Adam Laloum will be performing at the Temple on Sunday 21 June at 6 pm. He will be replacing Cédric Tiberghien, who has cancelled his concert at the Festival, along with other dates planned during the same period. On Saturday 20 June, Gerard Wyss will be accompanying young cellist Estelle Revaz.
The “Nocturnes” series offers candle-lit concerts in an enchanting atmosphere. Each one stages top-ranking artists and presents one of the masterpieces of classical music. With improved acoustics and lighting, the 2015 series will stage artists such as Georgian pianist Tamar Beraia and the Boulanger Trio.
Awarded for the first time in 2014, the Coup de coeur Piguet Galland rewards a particularly talented and promising artist of the series Découvertes. This year, the french cellist Astrig Sianossian, russian pianist Dmitri Demiashkin, french soprano Capucine Keller and russian pianist Maria Razumovskaya.
Inaugurated in 2013, the Steinway Lounge – Hug Musique quickly became one of the Festival’s most popular venues, especially appreciated for its intimate and friendly atmosphere. Owing to this success, it will now move to the “Petit Versailles” (Frères Dubois) which seats up to 100 spectators.
Each year the CULLY CLASSIC brings together nearly 100 volunteers. As volunteers you will contribute to the success of the Festival through multiple and varied activities. In addition to strengthening your relationship with the staff, you get the opportunity to live the festival from the inside alongside a dynamic and motivated team.
Being a Friend of CULLY CLASSIQUE is belonging to a big family of more than 400 people, contributing actively to the promotion of the Festival and bringing direct support to its different projects. Members of the Friends’ Association benefit from activities and concerts all year round !
You live in Cully (or surrounding area) and would like to support the Festival in a concrete way? We are looking for people to provide accomodation for artists and staff during the Festival. An enriching experience and an original way to support the Festival whilst interacting with artists from all around the world!