French music

French vocal music from Debussy or Poulenc is quite well known for it’s high quality and inventive harmony. In this atelier, Christine Morel invites you to discover French popular music with a contemporary touch. This discovery atelier will help you sing the popular and old melody, and well-known French tunes like never before.

Christine Morel is currently chief of the Young National Choir (chamber choir of young program of A Coeur Joie France). She is also teacher of the choir masters’ and choir singing in Angers’ regional Conservatory, specialist of 21st century’s vocal music. She places orders and creates several masterpieces of which the newest is called “The Humanitudes of Thierry Machuel” (May 2015 and 2016). She also created and produced the sound illustrating for the installation of Ayong Kim in the Palace of Tokyo and its representation danced in Palais Garnier (June 2016, in collaboration with the ballet-dancer of the Opera and Sébastien Bertaud). Really active in education, she was brought to create new vocal channels. Then, the municipality of paris put her in charge of the Choeur de l’Ecole’s (the choir of the school) programme, for which she placed a choir in each school of the city, thus creating more than 250 extra-curriculum activities. As a conductor, she was invited to direct and conduct the Regional amateur choir for their gathering, several workshops of Choralies de Vaison la Romaine, but also the Maîtrise des Pays de la Loire, the orchestra of Bach Cantus with the whole Parisian System20+.

28 July: 09:30 - 12:30