Some have spoken of Lydia Jardon's piano playing as a mysterious alchemy of ardour and distance from the text of unquenchable passion and meticulous control of expression. This paradoxical statement can in fact be applied to Lydia Jardon's entire personality: fundamentally passionate, fiery and intense, she is also a thoughtful artist who never ceases to commit herself and to imagine the most varied projects.
A graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and holder of a concert degree with unanimity from the École Normale de Musique de Paris, Lydia Jardon is also a laureate of the Cziffra Foundation and the Miłosz Magin International Competition. She has performed all over the world in recital or concerto. Training at the highest level and a flawless career are not enough to sum up the artistic temperament of this singular pianist. Out of the ordinary, Lydia Jardon? Without doubt, by the different forms that her musical action takes, which she never leads outside of the human.
Founder and artistic director of the chamber music festival MUSICIENNES À OUESSANT l'île aux femmes, which brings together many female musicians each year. She conceives an original program including scores by women composers unjustly relegated to the dustbin of history: Marie Jaëll, Louise Farrenc, Clara Schumann, Mel Bonis, Rebecca Clarke...
Founder and director of the independent record company AR RÉ-SÉ with which Lydia Jardon unearths little-known scores by the great masters: Koechlin, Medtner, Lekeu, Magnard, Miaskovsky..., making it a point of honour to entrust them to excellent performers who are just beginning their careers.
Decorated with the insignia of Knight in the National Order of Merit for her entire career.
Founder of the MUSICENNES EN GUADELOUPE festival, where women composers from the Greater Caribbean are honoured.
Creation of the French-Chinese piano school YAYA PIANO SCHOOL
Founder of the MUSICIENNES EN MARTINIQUEfestival
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