LES TALENS LYRIQUES

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BIOGRAPHY

The ensemble Les Talens Lyriques, which takes its name from the subtitle of Jean-Philippe Rameau’s opera Les Fêtes d’Hébé (1739), was formed in 1991 by the harpsichordist and conductor Christophe Rousset.

Championing a broad vocal and instrumental repertoire, ranging from early Baroque to the beginnings of Romanticism, the musicians of Les Talens Lyriques aim to throw light on the great masterpieces of musical history, while providing perspective by presenting rarer or lesser-known works that are important as missing links in the European musical heritage.

In 2018-2019 Les Talens Lyriques return to their first love, with a season entitled “The Temptation of Italy”. Vocality will be celebrated in works ranging from masterpieces by Monteverdi, Purcell, Handel (Agrippina) and Mozart (La Betulia liberata) to rarely heard or unpublished scores by Legrenzi (La Divisione del mondo), Salieri (Tarare), Leo and Porpora.

Full biographies are available in: EN

Repertoire: coming soon

Christophe Rousset breathes new life into Jean-Baptiste Lully’s primaeval French Baroque opera with his wonderful ensemble Les Talens Lyriques.
— Peter Krause, Concerti
 
 

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