Renaud Capuçon
(c) Simon Fowler

French Long-Thibaud-Crespin Fompetition has lost a major part of its leading people, French media say. The members of the artistic direction have resigned from their respective positions, according to La Lettre du Musiciens. The competition – which sees a singing, a violin and a piano competition succeed one another over three years – has lost Dominique Meyer (current director of the Scala de Milan), violinist Renaud Capuçon and pianist Bertrand Chamayou. They are leaving at the same time as part of the administrative team. A new artistic committee will take over so that the competition, whose last edition was held three years ago, can continue.

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