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Since 2020

Plunging their audience in near-darkness during a unified a 50-minute one-shot performance, OXY MORE’s  innovative concert format is aimed as much at music lovers as people who are not necessarily familiar with classical music, especially the younger generation, with emotion being at the heart of the matter.

OXY MORE offers a musical journey for two pianos or four hands through a program of works combining different eras and varied styles linked to each other by contrast or continuity. Their repertoire ranges from Bach to contemporary music, including works from the classical, romantic and 20th century periods. They also collaborate in productions that combine music and other art forms, such as dance and visual arts.

Philippe Boaron

Born 1988

Philippe is a Geneva-based musician, graduate of the the Hautes Ecoles de Suisse-romande where he trained with Paul Coker, Fernando Rossano and Pascal Godart. He has a Master of Arts in Music Performance and a Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy and performs regularly in Switzerland and abroad as a soloist or in various chamber music ensembles.

Philippe also frequently performs in Switzerland with violinist Rémy Walter, in thematic programs that receive very favorable responses from the public, and occasionally collaborates with local authors in reading concerts that create links between musical material and literary expression. As an open-minded performer, he is always looking for coherence and diversity in the choice of programs presented on stage.

He completes his activities as a concert pianist by teaching piano to the younger generations, notably as a professor at the Conservatoire Populaire de Musique, Danse et Théâtre de Genève (CPMDT).

Dinu Mihailescu

Born 1988

Dinu is a Romanian pianist established in Switzerland since 2009. He studied at the HEM in Geneva with prof. Dominique Weber and Cédric Pescia. During his professional career, he has also worked with renowned musicians such as Leon Fleisher, Dmitri Bashkirov or Mennahem Pressler.

As a soloist, Dinu has performed with the main orchestras of Romania and abroad with the Geneva HEM Orchestra and the Gijon-Candàs Festival Orchestra. In 2017, he won 2nd Prize at the International Piano Competition «B. Bartók» International Piano Competition in Hungary. Since the same year, his life as a soloist and chamber musician is completed by teaching piano at the Conservatoire Populaire de Musique, Danse et Théâtre de Genève and the École de Musique de Lausanne.

In Switzerland, he has performed in important concert halls such as the Menuhin Forum in Bern, the Ansermet Studio or the Cour de l’Hôtel-de-Ville in Geneva.
The team        
Patrick Jeanneret
(producer, artistic co-director)

Film and music producer, Patrick has produced over 30 concerts, including several with jazz musician Youn Sun Nah, and collaborations with the Verbier Festival. Recently, he worked as a producer on Amos Gitaï’s latest feature film “Laila in Haifa”, selected at the Venice Mostra in 2020.

Adrien Koumrouyan
(artistic co-director)

Adrien is a Swiss composer based in Geneva. He started playing the piano at the age of 7. After a few years of playing the instrument, he became interested in jazz and improvisation. He now works mainly as a composer for theater and film.