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Paris – Brussels : Franck, Ravel, Paganini & Co

dimanche 28 janvier 16 h 00 min 17 h 00 min


Program :


Sonata for violin an piano by C. Franck,

Scherzo-Tarantelle by H. Wieniawski,

Tzigane by Maurice Ravel

Final of the 1st violin concerto by Max Brüch

16th caprice by Paganini

Sonate No 2 for solo violin by J.S. Bach

Popular Armenian pieces for two violins.



Henry Cattenoz


Henry Cattenoz was born in 2005 and began studying the violin at the age of 7. A year later, he entered the regional conservatory in Strasbourg, where he joined the class of Haïk Davtian, then Aline Zeller.

He will meet Haïk Davtian in 2017 on the occasion of his arrival at the Regional Conservatory of Cergy-Pontoise, where he will obtain his Diploma of Musical Studies, including the UV in violin unanimously.

He is currently continuing his violin training there in the Preparatory Cycle for Higher Education, and he is also a 3rd cycle student in Piano in Honoré Béjin’s class.

Henry is the concertmaster of the CRR symphony orchestra of Cergy-Pontoise, and he particularly enjoys playing as a soloist and in chamber music.

Jina Minerbe Seo

Born in 1988 in Suncheon in South Korea, Jina Minerbe Seo learned the piano at the age of 4. After studying at Yewon Art College, Seoul Arts High School and the Korea National University of Arts, she came to France to continue her artistic studies in 2010. She studied with Olivier Gardon at the CRR in Paris and obtained the Diploma of Improvement and Concertist in piano in 2012.

Then, she joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, she obtained the Master’s Diploma in piano (class of Denis Pascal) in 2014, and the Master’s degree in piano accompaniment (class of Jean-Frédéric Neuburger) in 2018.

She stood out at the Chopin International Piano Competition in Asia (Japan) in 2003, winning first prize. She won the Panama International Piano Competition (Panama) in 2012 and the Flame Competition (France) in 2014.

She gave her first recital in Seoul at the age of 14 and has since performed regularly in concerts in Korea and France.

Furthermore, she devotes herself to accompaniment, both instrumental and vocal as well as choral. Currently she is an accompanist at the National Regional Conservatory of Cergy-Pontoise and at the Schola Cantorum.


Haïk Davtian


Haïk Davtian, trained by Edouard Tatevossian, belongs to the tradition of Russian violinists. First prize in violin and chamber music from the Higher National Conservatory of Armenia in 1985, he won numerous competitions in the former Soviet Union.

Benefiting from training as a conductor from 1986 to 1990, he obtained a first conducting prize at the Higher Conservatory of Yerevan, and began his conducting career with the orchestras of the Opera and the National Radio of Armenia between 1987 and 1991.

Installed in France in 1991, Haïk Davtian performs as a solo violinist and chamber musician, founds a duo with pianist Arthur Aharonian, then in 1999 the string quintet with double bass Khroma of which he is the first violin and which will become the Naïri quintet in 2007. In 1996, he unanimously won the Grand Prix of the Pierre Lantier International Competition in Paris with his violin/piano duo. He then gave more than 300 concerts in France and abroad (Canada, Italy, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Israel, Armenia…) and collaborated regularly with the orchestras of the Radio, Paris Opera… Philharmonic of Radio France…

Holder of the Certificate of Aptitude as a violin teacher, he taught at the Regional Conservatory of Strasbourg from 2004 to 2013 where the symphony orchestra was entrusted to him.

Currently a professor at the CRR of Cergy-Pontoise, (where he also directs the symphony orchestra), he continues his international career as a violinist. Regularly invited to the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra as a solo violinist and conductor, he introduces us to the little-known pages of French music.

During the year 2015-2016 Haïk Davtian was an assistant violin professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris.

Violinist and conductor, it is from this duality that he draws the originality and style of his approach.




Date :
dimanche 28 janvier
Heure :
16 h 00 min 17 h 00 min
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