“We are losing a dear friend”: Laurence Ferrari and her husband devastated by the death of a loved one

Laurence Ferrari and her husband Renaud Capuçon paid tribute to the memory of their friend, pianist Nicholas Angelich, who died on April 18.

The journalist has a heavy heart. Laurence Ferrari, who recently commented on the choice of TF1 and France 2 for the animation of the debate between the two towers, which will take place this Wednesday, April 20, posted a moving message on Twitter. Now officiating on CNews, the French information star has followed in the footsteps of his companion, the violinist Renaud Capuconand paid tribute to their mutual friend, the pianist Nicholas Angelich.

A mark of affection and esteem that Laurence Ferrari has discreetly summed up by: “Immense sadness after this disappearance because Nicholas Angelich was a piano lord. Sovereign in Brahms, bordering on the sublime in everything he did. We lose a dear friend and an extraordinary musician“. A publication dated April 19.

A partner of Laurence Ferrari’s husband

Piano prodigy, the American musician who played around the world, died suddenly on Monday April 18, at the age of 51, from the consequences of aa respiratory disease. Nicholas Angelich had known Laurence Ferrari via her husband, Renaud Capuçon, with whom he played many times, a fan of chamber music. Gautier Capuçon, Renaud’s brother, was also among his musical partners. “I’ll never play a Brahms note again without being near you“, tenderly assured his friend Renaud Capuçon on Twitter.

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“We are losing a dear friend”: Laurence Ferrari and her husband devastated by the death of a loved one