Thibault Cauvin

Thibault Cauvin Thibault Cauvin was born with a guitar in his hands, given by his father, himself a musician. And he followed the natural path from then on. He first studied at the Bordeaux Conservatoire and later at the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur, graduating with honors. Quite playful, he became passionate about international competitions, the only springboard … Read more

Natalie Dessay

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Natalie Dessay French soprano Natalie Dessay first rose to global prominence in 1990, winning first prize at the International Mozart Competition in Vienna. In the years to follow, she made her debuts with the Opéra Bastille, Vienna, Lyons, Aix-en-Provence, Metropolitan, and La Scala opera houses, returning to the Met in 1997 in Adriane and The … Read more

Karasszon Eszter

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Eszter Karasszon grew up with her instrument. At age of 5, as a kindergarten child, she received her first cello, a very small-one, and years after the instrument grew up bigger and bigger together with that little girl. At 8 years old she took part in her first national cello competition and as the youngest … Read more

Kate Lindsey

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Kate Lindsey Praised for her “luminous and intelligent singing,” Kate Lindsey continues to redefine what it means to be a young opera star in the world of modern classical music. Her new album, “Thousands of Miles”, has just been released on Alpha Classics. Click here for more info. She appears regularly on the world’s most … Read more

Helene Grimaud

Helene Grimaud A distinctive, risk-taking pianist, Hélène Grimaud’s lush sound and sweeping interpretations drew comparisons to Martha Argerich, Jorge Bolet and Glenn Gould. Born in Aix-en-Provence, France, Grimaud was “agitated and agitating” child by her own admission, and started studying the piano at nine at the Aix Conservatoire as a channel for her surplus energy. … Read more

Guillaume Poncelet

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Guillaume Poncelet In 2004, Guillaume Poncelet founded the band Wise with Julien Birot and Robin Notte, who will release his first album at Naïve Jazz. In 2005, he directed Freddy’s album Mes Couleurs for the label Such. In 2006, he met Michel Jonasz for whom he will direct and arrange two albums: Chanson française and Les Hommes … Read more