Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano, Primary Artist. Cello, Primary Artist.
With Jérôme Ducros, he recorded works by Beethoven (among others Kreutzer Sonata in the transcription by Czerny) and Ducros’s music for Decca. Engagements for the current season include concerts at Salle Corto, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris and performances the Trier Philharmonic Orchestra in Trier and the Aachen Symphony Orchestra in Aachen. Jérôme Pernoo plays a baroque cello and a piccolo cello. Both instruments are Italian and were built in the 18th century in Milan. He also plays a modern cello made for him by Franck Ravatin.
Profile: French pianist and composer, born 30 November 1974. Variations: Viewing All Jérôme Ducros. Beethoven, Jérôme Pernoo, Jérôme Ducros, Carl Czerny - Kreutzer Sonata (CD, Album, Dig). Gabriel Fauré – Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, Henri Demarquette, Juliette Hurel, Jérôme Ducros, Orchestre De Bretagne, Moshe Atzmon. Gabriel Fauré – Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian, Henri Demarquette, Juliette Hurel, Jérôme Ducros, Orchestre De Bretagne, Moshe Atzmon - Violon, Violoncelle, Flûte, Piano & Orchestre (Oeuvres Concertantes) (CD, Album).
Jérôme Pernoo (born 1972) is a French contemporary cellist. Jérôme Pernoo learned to play the cello with Germaine Fleury then Xavier Gagnepain. After his studies at the Conservatoire de Paris with Philippe Muller, he obtained the 3rd prize of the Concours de violoncelle Rostropovitch in Paris in 1994 and won the Pretoria competition en 1996. Jérôme Pernoo has performed with most major French and foreign orchestras.
Jérôme Pernoo has performed with most major French and foreign orchestras. He plays in recitals with pianist Jérôme Ducros (fr), on some of the most prestigious musical scenes such as the Wigmore Hall in London, the Théâtre du Châtelet, the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées or la Cité de la musique in Paris. In September 2008, he premiered the cello concerto that Guillaume Connesson dedicated to him, with the Rouen Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Jérémie Rhorer. In 2013, he was invited to the Carnegie Hall of New York City and the following year to the Berliner Philharmonie. Jérôme Pernoo - Kodály Cello Solo Sonata opus 8 on YouTube.
Jérôme Ducros was awarded a Premier Prix avec félicitations by unanimous decision of the jury at the CNSM de Paris in 1993, and in 1994 won second prize and the special prize for the best performance of the set piece (Incises by Pierre Boulez, premiered in the final round) at the first Umberto Micheli. Jérôme Ducros was awarded a Premier Prix avec félicitations by unanimous decision of the jury at the CNSM de Paris in 1993, and in 1994 won second prize and the special prize for the best performance of the set piece (Incises by Pierre Boulez, premiered in the final round) at the first Umberto Micheli International Piano Competition, organised by Maurizio Pollini with Luciano.
Jérôme Pernoo's discography includes Bach's Suites for cello (live 1998), the Ricercati by degli Antonii and Gabrielli (2002), the Rachmaninov sonata associated with the quatre Pièces, and the Frank Bridge Sonata for cello and piano, which he recorded with Jérôme Ducros (2002), the Cello concerto Nr. 2 by Saint Saens with the Orchestre de Bretagne under Nicolas Chalvin (Timpani Records, 2006) and the Cello concerto by Offenbach with Les Musiciens du Louvre under Marc Minkowski(Archiv-Deutsche Grammophon, 2006)
Jérôme Pernoo (cello). Born in Nantes, Jérôme Pernoo studied with Germaine Fleury, Xavier Gagnepain and Philippe Muller at the Conservatoire National de Musique de Paris. In 1994, he was prize winner at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow as well as at the Rostropovitch Competition in Paris and, in 1996, he won the Pretoria Competition. He appears in recital with the pianist Jérôme Ducros on some of the world’s most renowned stages : the Wigmore Hall in London, the Berlin Philharmonie, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, the Théâtre du Châtelet and the Cité de la Musique in Paris. His others partners in chamber music are : Alina Ibragimova, Renaud Capuçon, Gérard Caussé, Antoine Tamestit, Henri Demarquette, Christophe Coin, Frank Braley, Nicholas Angelich, Eric Le Sage, Bertrand Chamayou, Emmanuel Pahud, Paul Meyer, quatuors Ebène, Modigliani, Chiaroscuro.