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Sonia Wieder Atherton

(Classical music, France) In recent years she has instigated a wide range of projects conceived as complete musical and visual experiences : Jewish songs, a cycle for cello and piano inspired by the art of the Hazzan

Sonia Wieder-Atherton constantly pushes back the boundaries, venturing with her cello into other artistic forms, with projects like From the East in Music, a show designed with footage from Chantal Akerman’s film D’Est, and two projects with celebrated actresses : Night Dances, with Charlotte Rampling, featuring works by Benjamin Britten and Sylvia Plath, and Marguerite Duras’ Navire Night with Fanny Ardant. Exile is her latest project in 2017.
In 2011, she received the Bernheim Foundation Award, which each year acknowledges three creative works in the fields of the arts, literature and science.

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