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Musical direction

François-Xavier Lacroux, Musical director

Trained initially in violin and flute from an early age, Lacroux has devoted himself almost exclusively to early music for 15 years through voice and his work as a harpsichordist and organist. He is in touch with internationally prominent figures in early music including, Pablo Colino in Rome, Olivier Schneebeli in Versailles, and Marcel Pérès in Moissac and Paris. Through these connections, Lacroux works on furthering his study of the voice and his research of ancient manuscripts and their interpretations. He specializes in Cantus Planus gregorian music and modal music. He is the founder of the Chantres de Saint-Hilaire and is currently the acting Musical Director. He teaches early music at the CRI in Langon (Gironde). He is the organist and flute soloist for the Verdelais Basilica (Gironde) .


FX Lacroux
Guillaume Figiel Delpech, co-musical director

Counter-tenor, Guillaume Figiel Delpech has worked with M. Bleuse, J. Suhubiette, S. Cardon, A. Bourbon, and with G. Colliard as well as the Toulouse Chamber Orchestra. In 2011, he became a member of the Pergolese Cafaro Academy of the Royaumont Foundation with Les Paladins, directed by J. Corréas. He made his debut in a recital in 2011 in Toulouse within a series of concerts performing opera composed by Handel and Mozart, in that year’s season of the Toulouse Chamber Orchestra. He was chosen for the contemporary composition "L'eveil d'Orphée" by JPGuinle at the Perpignan Theatre in April 2014. He joined the Cris de Paris for their 5.1 program in 2014. During the inaugural month of the Louis Vuitton Foundation, he participated in performances by Oliver Baer alongside the Cris de Paris. In January 2015, he left to become a soloist for the Vienna Concert House with Vincent Dumestre and the Poem Harmonics in a program dedicated to composer Lully.

Isabelle Duluc, co-musical director

Seit langen Jahren hat sich Isabelle Duluc an den alten Musiken interessiert. Sie widmet sich dieser Periode und erweitert die Lehre, die sie mit Enrico Gatti und Guillaume Rebinguet Sudre für die barocke Geige, Paul Rousseau und Rainer Zipperling für die Viola da Gamba erhaltet hat. Heutzutage lehrt sie die beiden Instrumente und nimmt häufig an vielen Konzerten mit verschiedenen Ensemblen wie Les Chantres de Saint-Hilaire, Les Passions, Sagittarius, l' EBA, l'Ensemble Baroque de Toulouse usw.. teil. Sie spielt als Erste Geige in dem Barockorchestre EMA, das eine pädagogische Erfahrung entwickelt. Sie spielt mit Les Chantres de Saint-Hilaire seit dem Anfang ihrer Geschichte. Sie kümmert sich besonders um die instrumentalische Seite.

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