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The forest has always been an important place for Olivia Gay. She wanders through the woods alone, listening not only to it's silence but also to it's murmurs. It is a place of creation where her cellist's instincts are awakened and where she can find peace and quiet outside the city. She joined forces with the Office national des forêts (ONF) in 2022 to raise public awareness of such spaces by inviting spectators to concerts given in the heart of the forest or in natural site. This album continues this project and includes works by Jacques Offenbach, Camille Pépin, Edward Elgar, John Luther Adams and Max Richter; the program as a whole is under the aegis of Antonin Dvorák's magnificent Silent Woods, which also lent it's name to this initiative.
The forest has always been an important place for Olivia Gay. She wanders through the woods alone, listening not only to it's silence but also to it's murmurs. It is a place of creation where her cellist's instincts are awakened and where she can find peace and quiet outside the city. She joined forces with the Office national des forêts (ONF) in 2022 to raise public awareness of such spaces by inviting spectators to concerts given in the heart of the forest or in natural site. This album continues this project and includes works by Jacques Offenbach, Camille Pépin, Edward Elgar, John Luther Adams and Max Richter; the program as a whole is under the aegis of Antonin Dvorák's magnificent Silent Woods, which also lent it's name to this initiative.
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The forest has always been an important place for Olivia Gay. She wanders through the woods alone, listening not only to it's silence but also to it's murmurs. It is a place of creation where her cellist's instincts are awakened and where she can find peace and quiet outside the city. She joined forces with the Office national des forêts (ONF) in 2022 to raise public awareness of such spaces by inviting spectators to concerts given in the heart of the forest or in natural site. This album continues this project and includes works by Jacques Offenbach, Camille Pépin, Edward Elgar, John Luther Adams and Max Richter; the program as a whole is under the aegis of Antonin Dvorák's magnificent Silent Woods, which also lent it's name to this initiative.
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