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Pascal Rogé

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Trois Romances sans paroles, Op. 17 : Fauré: Trois Romances sans paroles, Op. 17 - 3. Andante moderato Pascal Rogé 02:14
Le Carnaval des Animaux, R. 125 : Saint-Saëns: Le Carnaval des Animaux, R. 125 - 7. Aquarium Pascal Rogé, Cristina Ortiz, London Sinfonietta, Charles Dutoit 02:33
Satie: 3 Gymnopédies; No.1 Pascal Rogé 03:07
Debussy: Suite bergamasque, L.75; 3. Clair de lune Pascal Rogé 05:29
Gnossiennes : Satie: Gnossiennes - No. 1, Lent Pascal Rogé 03:45
Valses nobles et sentimentales, M.61 - for Piano : Ravel: Valses nobles et sentimentales, M.61 - for Piano - 8. Epilogue (Lent) Pascal Rogé, Maurice Ravel 04:43
Debussy: Rêverie, L.68 Pascal Rogé 04:51
사티: 야상곡 : Satie: Nocturne No. 4 Pascal Rogé, Erik Satie 03:00
3 Gymnopédies : Satie: 3 Gymnopédies - No. 3, Lent et grave Pascal Rogé, Erik Satie 02:34
Satie: Je te veux Pascal Rogé, Erik Satie 05:14

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Born in Paris, France on April 6, 1951, Pascal Rogé is a classical pianist best known for his interpretations of piano works by French composers including Poulenc, Debussy, Ravel, and Fauré. However, he has also recorded works by Bartók, Brahms, Mozart, and Beethoven among others. His musical journey began in 1960 when he gave his first public recital, performing Debussy’s Préludes. While attending the Paris Conservatory, he won first prize in piano and chamber music and then studied under American concert pianist Julius Katchen. At the age of 17, he gave his first recitals, performing in several major European cities. These shows led to him signing with Decca Records and releasing A Liszt Recital in 1970. Pascal Rogé then went on to win the 1971 Long-Thibaut Competition, which was held in France. Focusing on French composers, he released three volumes dedicated to The Piano Music of Ravel in 1974 and 1975. He began to incorporate chamber music into his repertoire and collaborated with violinist Pierre Amoyal, the Ysaÿe Quartet, Chantal Juillet, the Trio Pasquier, Frédéric Lodéon, and others. Pascal Rogé has also accompanied vocalists including Catherine Dubosc, Gilles Cachemaille, Cristina Ortiz, and Felicity Lott. His catalog includes titles such as Saint-Saëns: Carnaval Des Animaux, Danse Macabre, Etc. (1986), Poulenc: Chamber Music (1989), Fauré: Piano Music (1990), Ravel: Piano Works (1990), Musique De Chambre Française = French Chamber Music (1991), After the Rain… The Soft Sounds of Erik Satie (1995), Fauré: Quatuors Avec Piano N° 1 & 2 (2001), and Debussy: Clair de Lune & Other Piano Works. He released albums on the Onyx and Oehms Classics label including several albums with his wife Ami: Wedding Cake - Music for Piano Duo (2009), Debussy - Ravel - Saint-Saëns (2013), Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion (2015) and The Six and Satie (2020). In 2023, he issued the album Pascal Rogé Plays French Works.