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Concerts given at:

Tribute to Johannes Ockeghem's "golden voice"

August 26, 2015 - Laus Polyphoniae Festival, Antwerp (Belgium)

August 23, 2013 - Musical Meetings of Vezelay, Asquins (89)

May 02, 2013 - National Stage, Orléans (45)

March 17, 2013 - Basilica, Saint-Maurice (Switzerland)

March 17, 2012 - Saint-Gatien Cathedral, Tours (37)

February 15, 2012 - Louvre Oratory, Paris (75)

September 15, 2011 - Ambronay Festival, Lyon (69)

June 10, 2011 - Nieuwer Kerk Church, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

April 23, 2011 - The musical hours of the Abbey of Bourgueil (37)

March 10, 2011 - Theater du Château, Eu (76)


Missa sicut rosa spinam KyrieDiabolus in Musica
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"These works represent the apogee of the  Franco-Flemish counterpoint and illustrate the sensitive shift that took place between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance."

The work of Johannes Ockeghem influenced, even directly inspired a considerable number of musicians, contemporaries or immediate successors of the master Touraine. A lotof these talented composers took one of his works as a model, thus leaving eloquent testimonies of their admiration for him. All visited him and helped to popularize his image as the “benevolent father” of this amazing caste of musicians-singers-composers. The death of Ockeghem, in 1497 at a very respectable age, strongly moved this brilliant generation ensuring the transition between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and of course gave rise to the creation of moving music. Four motets of great stylistic variety, a complete polyphonic mass and an extraordinary poem of lamentation bring to life the moving tribute of Johannes Ockeghem's colleagues and friends.


This sublime music, sublimated by the disappearance of the great master, will be sung as tradition dictated in large cathedrals or collegiates: a cappella, with one or two singers per part depending on the works.

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