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09/06/2012 from 20:30 to 22:00

Les Fauristes and Tamise en Scene present Mozart Requiem and other sacred pieces.
Conducted by Blandine de Raulin and Alain Charron.

This concert is the third collaboration between the French choir of London and Tamise en Scene.

Les Fauristes Chamber Choir and Orchestra are back with a great concert around Mozart. This time, they will be accompanied by three choirs brought from France with their conductor, Alain Charron (Chœur des Ecos - Paris, COGEN - Nantes et Alcantoriane - Niort).

Four French choirs joined in London to sing Mozart, seventy choristers, twenty-five  musicians, five soloists, conducted by Blandine de Raulin and Alain Charron, internationally reknown conductor.

It will also be another opportunity to acclaim the very talented soprano Judith Charron, who has been supported by Tamise En Scene for more than 3 years, and the outstanding male soprano Dorinel Bastide. They shall be accompanied by French mezzo soprano Bérengère Mauduit, tenor Alistair Digges and baritone Samuel de Beck Spitze.

One of the most emblematic pieces for a choir to sing.

The chance to discover – or rediscover – this heaven-inspired work, the last composition of the man who will forever remain the ultimate genius of classical music.

Mozart: K108, Ora Pro Nobis (Regina Coeli) - Sop. Dorinel Bastide
Mozart: K339, Laudate Dominum (Vepres) - Sop. Judith Charron
Mozart: K618, Ave Verum
Louis Godart: Celui qui, à jamais dort. (UK Premiere)
Mozart: K626, Requiem.

When ?
PARIS 2nd June 2012 at 20h30 - Basilique St Clotilde
LONDON 9th June 2012 at 20h30 - St Paul'sKnightsbridge

Where ?
Basilique St Clotilde, 23bis rue las Cases, 75007 Paris
St Paul's Knightsbridge, 32a Wilton Place, London SW1X 8SH

To Book
Librairie La Page, South Kensington, 7 Harrington Road SW7 3ES
Tickets also available on the door - £15

For more information on the concert and Tamise en Scène :
Blandine de Raulin &Marie-Camille Schweizer -


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