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Lucile de Tremiolles

choir conductor

Choir conductor, singer, pianist, Lucile de Tremiolles trained at the Maîtrise Notre-Dame de Paris with Nicole Corti, Lionel Sow, Sylvain Dieudonné as well as with many guest chefs.

She has  nourished by a vast repertoire ranging from the Gregorian to contemporary creations, animating her today with great musical curiosity.

Holder of the National Higher Professional Musician's Diploma and the State Diploma of choir direction at the Pôle Sup'93 and the Diploma of Musical Studies in piano, she continued her training in early music alongside Stéphane Fuget as vocal coach. harpsichordist at the Paris CRR within the Cycle Concertiste.


Since 2014, she has been director with Stanley Smith of the baroque music festival Le Temps Suspendu, within the framework of which she directs the troupe  of singers and instrumentalists of the Musiciens du Temps Suspendu, with which she has staged operas such as Dido and Aeneas by Purcell or The Coronation of Poppea by Monteverdi, Cantatas and Motets by Bach, Buxtehude and Handel, or the oratorios Jephté by Carissimi and Susanna by Stradella. With the ensemble of a cappella soloists Six voices in the night, which she created and has directed since 2018, she approaches a transversal repertoire combining medieval repertoire and contemporary creation, and also exploring arrangements of current music.


Currently in a Master's degree in Pedagogy at the CNSMD in Lyon with a view to obtaining the Certificate of Aptitude and 2022 scholarship winner from the Société Générale corporate foundation "C'est vous l'avenir", Lucile de Trémiolles is also head of choir and singing teacher at the Maîtrise Notre-Dame de Paris and at the Center de Musique Baroque de Versailles.

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