Fiori Musicali, concert organ and small choir Dijon, August 28, 2022, Dijon.

Fiori Musicali, organ concert and small choir
11 Place du President Wilson Saint Pierre Church Dijon Côte-d’Or Saint Pierre Church 11 Place du President Wilson
2022-08-28 18:30:00 – 2022-08-28 19:30:00
Saint Pierre Church 11 Place du President Wilson
Dijon
Golden Coast

10 10 EUR Fiori Musicali: Frescobaldi – de Macque – Rossi – Legrenzi – Petrali – Morandi
Sunday August 28 | 6:00 p.m. | Dijon, Saint-Pierre church (place Wilson)
Jan Vermeire, organ Jean-François Muno (1988)
The small choir of the Concert Tribuot
• Blandine Raupp; Solene Bergere, soprano 1
• Marie-Charlotte Blanc; Sabrina Deniset, soprano 2
Josep Cabré, bass, plainsong & direction **
Italy, homeland of music, muse of the Baroque, develops a modern and expressive counterpoint: Girolamo Frescobaldi and Michelangelo Rossi seal the foundations of Stile moderno or Secunda prattica, which JS Bach will remember a century later: beware of virulent chromaticisms. The last third of the concert gives way to 19th century Italy, that of Bel Canto: tenderness, lyricism, ardor and operatic dramas, battery of chords, bubbles of Prosecco in abundance…

Jan Vermeire, organ
studied with R. Deleersnyder (Music Academy of Veurne), and H. Schoonbroodt (Royal Conservatory of Brussels) for the organ – with Hedda Szamosi for pedagogy – and with Florian Heyerick (Royal Conservatory of Gent) for the direction of choir..
He is actually
• titular organist of the Church of Our Lady of the Dunes in Koksijde, with concerts in Europe, Australia, Russia, United States)
• Artistic Director of the International Organ Festival of Haringe, Koksijde and Veurne, and of the International Organ Festival in Flanders (France)
• He records on Flemish historical organs and hosts programs on Dutch radio (Radio 4 NCRV). “BACH IntegraAL”

The Petit Choeur du Concert Tribot is made up of former masters of Dijon Cathedral, accustomed to the practice of high-level vocal polyphony. These talented singers have been working since 2017 under the direction of Josep Cabré.
Josep Cabré was born in Barcelona, ​​he was a pupil of Christophe Schmidt and Kurt Widmer at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, of Jordi Albareda in Barcelona and of Lise Arseguet in Paris.
He has collaborated with prestigious ensembles including Hesperion XX, the Huelgas Ensemble, the Royal Chapel, Organum, Gilles Binchois, Il Seminario Musicale, Daedalus or Sequentia.
Founding member of the vocal quartet La Colombina, he teaches at Musikene, Ecole Supérieure de Musique du Pays Basque in San-Sebastian, at the CRR in Perpignan and records for numerous radio stations and international labels.

https://www.saintpierredijon.fr/

Fiori Musicali: Frescobaldi – de Macque – Rossi – Legrenzi – Petrali – Morandi
Sunday August 28 | 6:00 p.m. | Dijon, Saint-Pierre church (place Wilson)
Jan Vermeire, organ Jean-François Muno (1988)
The small choir of the Concert Tribuot
• Blandine Raupp; Solene Bergere, soprano 1
• Marie-Charlotte Blanc; Sabrina Deniset, soprano 2
Josep Cabré, bass, plainsong & direction **
Italy, homeland of music, muse of the Baroque, develops a modern and expressive counterpoint: Girolamo Frescobaldi and Michelangelo Rossi seal the foundations of Stile moderno or Secunda prattica, which JS Bach will remember a century later: beware of virulent chromaticisms. The last third of the concert gives way to 19th century Italy, that of Bel Canto: tenderness, lyricism, ardor and operatic dramas, battery of chords, bubbles of Prosecco in abundance…

Jan Vermeire, organ
studied with R. Deleersnyder (Music Academy of Veurne), and H. Schoonbroodt (Royal Conservatory of Brussels) for the organ – with Hedda Szamosi for pedagogy – and with Florian Heyerick (Royal Conservatory of Gent) for the direction of choir..
He is actually
• titular organist of the Church of Our Lady of the Dunes in Koksijde, with concerts in Europe, Australia, Russia, United States)
• Artistic Director of the International Organ Festival of Haringe, Koksijde and Veurne, and of the International Organ Festival in Flanders (France)
• He records on Flemish historical organs and hosts programs on Dutch radio (Radio 4 NCRV). “BACH IntegraAL”

The Petit Choeur du Concert Tribot is made up of former masters of Dijon Cathedral, accustomed to the practice of high-level vocal polyphony. These talented singers have been working since 2017 under the direction of Josep Cabré.
Josep Cabré was born in Barcelona, ​​he was a pupil of Christophe Schmidt and Kurt Widmer at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, of Jordi Albareda in Barcelona and of Lise Arseguet in Paris.
He has collaborated with prestigious ensembles including Hesperion XX, the Huelgas Ensemble, the Royal Chapel, Organum, Gilles Binchois, Il Seminario Musicale, Daedalus or Sequentia.
Founding member of the vocal quartet La Colombina, he teaches at Musikene, Ecole Supérieure de Musique du Pays Basque in San-Sebastian, at the CRR in Perpignan and records for numerous radio stations and international labels.

Church of Saint Peter 11 Place du President Wilson Dijon
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