In the second part of the concert, we introduced the fourth "young" musician. Antoine Laporte, the most prominent pianist in the Québec province, with whom we spoke in French during the ensemble, appeared this year at Carnegie Hall, and his music is featured on Radio-Canada. His collaboration with Norman Rein Tamm Rachmaninoff three-part piano concerto no. 1 (F # minor) at the way the audience to another world.
Andres Raudsepp , Toronto
Entrevue avec Jocelyne Lambert de CJSO.
- Février 2016
- This very promising pianist, recognized at the same time for his strength and his beautifulmusical sensitivity, already occurred on manyscenes of the area (...)
- SorelTracy Magazine (2014)
(...) The following soloist, was the pianist soreloisAntoine Laporte, 20 years, which has interpreterthe Concerto for piano and orchestra in major theop.16, of Edvard Grieg. A precise interpretationmade with strength and much of energy. To notethat all the artists were accompanied by theOSDL. (...)
- SorelTracy Magazine (2011)
(...) It is the second consecutive year which itgains the price of composition. Competition implies all the instruments and target the 12 to 18years. Antoine being only thirteen years old,shows really a great natural talent. The professeure of Antoine, Nathalie Berthiaume mentioned that: “It is a pleasure of teaching withthis young man. He has a thirst to learn withoutsimilar. I am packed for the next year since this one was more marvellous for Antoine. Third of itscategory at the time of the classical Music festivalof Bas Richelieu and finalist to competition Inter-pupils of Vincent D'Indy, it is only the beginning ofa beautiful career. Believe me, we do nothing butstart to hear of this young pianist sorelois” (...)
- CJSO (2004)