Concert, the mask of emotions

Music in Givry
14 Full-fare
  • A2c/Femmes RegARTS, "Comme par enchantement" invites us to discover Baroque music, a musical genre that was to sweep through Western Europe in the same way that Don Quixote, the famous novel by Cervantes, did at the same time in the 17th century...

    "The Mask of Emotions" features works by Monteverdi, Kapsberger, Merula, Castaldi and others.

    By the Persona ensemble with Thi-Lien Truong, mezzo-soprano - Isabelle Lubrano Lavadera, viola da gamba - Frédéric Dufoix, theorbo.

    Thi-Lien Truong:...
    A2c/Femmes RegARTS, "Comme par enchantement" invites us to discover Baroque music, a musical genre that was to sweep through Western Europe in the same way that Don Quixote, the famous novel by Cervantes, did at the same time in the 17th century...

    "The Mask of Emotions" features works by Monteverdi, Kapsberger, Merula, Castaldi and others.

    By the Persona ensemble with Thi-Lien Truong, mezzo-soprano - Isabelle Lubrano Lavadera, viola da gamba - Frédéric Dufoix, theorbo.

    Thi-Lien Truong: After studying musicology (master's degree at the University of Lyon 2), she turned resolutely towards singing. With a mezzo register, she was accepted at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève (Conservatoire), before obtaining her final singing certificate in Lyon.
    From 2012 to 2015, she enrolled at the PESM in Dijon with Agnès Mellon and Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, and obtained her Diplôme d'Etat in singing as well as the Diplôme National Supérieur Professionnel de Musicien.
    Over the years, she has worked with a number of ensembles, exploring a variety of repertoires:
    early music with Hervé Niquet and his Concert Spirituel, William Christie and Les Arts Florissants, the William Bird ensemble conducted by Graham O'Reilly at the Chaise Dieu festival / contemporary music with the Sequenza 9 ensemble.3 ensemble, directed by Catherine Simonpietri, or the Résonance Contemporaine ensemble, directed by Alain Goudard, with whom she is touring Poland with the Percussions de Treffort / baroque and romantic music with Pierre Cao and his Arsys ensemble, as well as with the ensemble Les Nouveaux Caractères conducted by Sebastien D'Hérin / lyrical singing with the choirs of the Opéra de Lyon and the Opéra de Dijon / varied repertoire with the Radio France choirs / she was a member of the Solistes de Lyon Bernard-Têtu for several years.

    Frédéric Dufoix: Born in Dieppe in 1978, he began his guitar training there with Christiane D'Ollone and a few years later theorbo, Renaissance lute and baroque guitar with Jean-Luc Tamby. He entered the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris, where he was taught by Claire Antonini and Charles-Edouard Fantin. After two years at the CNSMD in Lyon, he continued his studies with Pascale Boquet at the CRR in Tours. Following a course at the Cefedem in Lyon, he obtained the Diplôme d'Etat for specialist teaching of early music in 2010, and now works mainly in Burgundy.

    Isabelle Lubrano Lavadera: She discovered early music at the age of 20 after studying the cello. It was the viola da gamba that caught her ear, so she embarked on a new musical adventure at the Villeurbanne Conservatoire. It was an opportunity to meet many new people and to immerse herself totally in the world of early music. As she felt at home there, she went on to perfect her skills with Wieland Kuijken and Marianne Muller. During her years of study, she had the opportunity to play in a variety of ensembles, and above all to discover the profession of continuo player, which she particularly enjoys. In 2012, with Emilie Volle, they formed the ensemble 'La Ciaccona', an ensemble that explores different musical colours and constantly renews itself in its projects. She follows her path, strewn with lace and delicacy, with Les Galants Caprices. Today, in addition to La Ciaccona, she is lucky enough to play regularly with a storyteller, she is a music teacher in schools and gives private lessons, works with a viola da gamba consort and is delighted to be part of the ensemble L'esperluette & Cie.
  • Rates
  • Base rate
    14 €
  • Child rate
    Free
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  • On May 19, 2024 at 6:00 PM