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Performer: François-Frédéric Guy

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Monte-CarloBeethoven, Piano Concertos 2,3,4

Kagel, Beethoven
Sinfonia Varsovia; François-Frédéric Guy; Jean-Baptiste Bonnard; Adélaïde Ferrière

Monte-CarloBeethoven, Piano Concertos no. 1 and 5

Kagel, Beethoven
Sinfonia Varsovia; François-Frédéric Guy; Maroussia Gentet; Jean-Etienne Sotty; Jean-Baptiste Bonnard

PamplonaOrquesta Sinfónica de Navarra

Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra
Weber, Liszt, Schubert
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Antoni Wit; François-Frédéric Guy

LondonFrançois-Frédéric Guy

Brahms, Murail, Debussy
François-Frédéric Guy, Piano

GenevaTchaikovsky, Bartók

Tchaikovsky, Bartók
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; Gustavo Gimeno; François-Frédéric Guy
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Beethoven cello sonatas à la française

Xavier Phillips © Musicaglotz
Phillips and Guy produce a French-accented rendering of three cello sonatas, favouring elegance and crystal clarity over overt romantics.
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High-powered pianism from Guy and Bavouzet

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet © Paul Mitchell
French pianists François-Fréderic Guy and Jean-Efflam Bavouzet returned to London’s Wigmore Hall to present a programme of three 20th century orchestral scores transcribed for two pianos. 
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Epic, romantic Liszt from François-Frédéric Guy

Marc Albrecht © Ilja Keizer
Outside of the opera pit, Marc Albrecht and his Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra demonstrated their magic at the Concertgebouw.
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François-Frédéric Guy’s epic Beethoven

François-Frédéric Guy © Benjamin de Diesbach
François-Frédéric Guy proves the ideal Beethoven interpreter is his "It's All About the Piano" recital at the Institut français in Kensington. 
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Preludes and Variations: François-Frédéric Guy at Wigmore Hall

François-Frédéric Guy © Benjamin de Diesbach
Occasionally one comes across an artist who seems so at one with the music, that one can almost hear the composer at the artist’s shoulder saying ”yes, that is what I meant”.
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