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45 mins. - Personalized schedules


Vocal technique and interpretation course based on breath management, body posture, exploration and voice work. The objective is to take full possession of his vocal apparatus to gain ease and expressiveness in order to give a quality interpretation.

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Marie Degodet & Jeanne Montheillet


Wednesday - 8-9:30 p.m.


Course focused on the work of singing, intervals, rhythms and score reading for beginners. The objective is to gain ease in deciphering a score in order to sing it. 

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Tristan Gaudin


Wednesday  8pm-10pm


Discovery of choir direction and gestural and rehearsal techniques in order to be able to work with an amateur choir. The objective is the acquisition of a healthy and expressive gesture, an understanding of the music allowing to make one's own informed musical choices as well as the knowledge and the application of the method of rehearsal of the choir.  

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Matthew Malinine


Tuesday - 8:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.


Discovery of the repertoire, the reading of Gregorian scores and their liturgical use. The objective is to succeed in having a correct and beautiful interpretation of a Gregorian piece within a choir but also to direct it and to address questions of semiology


Anne Guyard


45 mins. - Personalized schedules


Work on keyboard technique, discovery of the repertoire. The objective is to know how to accompany a choir, a soloist or an office, all in accordance with the liturgy.

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Francoise Gangloff-Levechin


Tuesday - 8:30-9:30 p.m.


Work on the harmony and musical writing of a score. The objective is to know the rules of writing to compose something adapted to a given text as well as to acquire a culture and a sense of harmony with a view to working as a composer.  

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Matthew Gourdon

Histoire de la liturgie

Thursday -7:15-8:15 p.m.


The course aims to give the founding elements of the liturgy, through the history of the Church, in order to know it first, then to understand it in a second time in order to better serve it through music.  


Father Iborra


Thursday - 7:15-8:15 p.m.


The course will include both a theoretical part of music philosophy, and a more practical part of musical listening and listening commentary. Beauty being an objective quality that we must learn to recognize and appreciate, the objective of this course will also be to train in active musical listening in contact with known and lesser known masterpieces drawn from the repertoire of all eras.

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Paul deGuerry


Sunday lux* - 2:30-5:30 p.m.


The aim is to allow the pupils of the school, all classes combined, to sing in polyphony, a more sought-after repertoire than that offered during the school masses. This not only allows you to discover beautiful songs but also a better progression in choir.

The school choir will rehearse once a month, in the afternoon, on Lux Sundays. He will also perform at concerts, weddings or spiritual vigils.
Participation in the school choir is on a voluntary basis. However, students commit for the entire semester. 


Mathias Théry 


Tuesday - 7-8 p.m.


The objective is to appropriate the language of the liturgical texts of the Latin Church to enter into their semantic and spiritual richness. It will be a question of freeing oneself from recourse to the translation of these texts in order to understand their language from the inside and to be able to deliver a better interpretation of them, both spiritual and musical.

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Noemie Monica


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Marie Elizabeth Seager began singing at the Maîtrise de la Cathédrale de Dijon, then from the age of 16, specialized in the repertoires of Gregorian chant and Baroque music, which allowed her a first career in many renowned sets. At the same time, she continued her singing studies at the Guildhall School of Music and the English National Opera in London.

During her years in London, she sang many operatic roles and, at the same time, actively participated in liturgical life in London by integrating the best professional vocal ensembles from the tradition of Cambridge and Oxford choirs.

Back in France, she sang regularly in the Chorus of the Paris Opera, and gradually forged a new career as a soloist. She is now invited to play the dramatic roles of the romantic and contemporary repertoire, in Germany, England, Belgium and France. 


Anne Guyard, holder of a degree in literature, has evolved a lot in the Catholic community, notably as leader of her interscout choir and responsible for the singing section at the liturgical stage of the diocese of Coutances. She also studied for two years at the Chœur Grégorien de Paris.

For a year, Anne taught choral singing in a college and today she is in charge and teaches Gregorian at the Lux Amoris choir and is a professor of office singing at the Chœur Grégorien de Paris.



Polyglot, Noémie Monico, studied classical humanities, law and theology. She is currently a translator for the theologian HU von Balthasar. At the School of the Gregorian Choir in Paris she is a Latin and Greek teacher and student in musical subjects. She too is a member of various working groups in the theological and liturgical field and of associations in the cultural and social field.

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He began music with the piano at the age of 8, and studied this instrument as well as Musical Training (music theory), writing, choir conducting and other disciplines (improvisation, arrangement...) at the within district conservatories and the Regional Conservatory of Paris.

Holder of the Diploma of Musical Studies since 2019, he begins from the start of the 2021 school year the studies of teacher of Musical Training at the Superior School of Music of Bourgogne Franche-Comté.


Matthieu Gourdon began music at a young age with the organ, piano and singing, notably in the Notre Dame de Paris master's degree. After studying engineering, he finally devoted himself to music.

For the past two years, Matthieu has been taking choir conducting lessons, which he puts into practice by directing an amateur vocal ensemble. He continues to play the piano and is in a higher writing cycle at the CNSMDP where he received the harmony and polyphony renaissance prizes. He continued singing in the academy of the choir of the Paris orchestra.

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Françoise Levechin-Gangloff studied music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris (Piano, sight-reading, harpsichord, writing and organ). At the Sorbonne, she obtained a degree in musicology.


She began her professional life as an accompanist and then as a vocal coach, notably for the Jeunesses Musicales de France choir. Honorary professor of musical training at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris. She teaches harmony, counterpoint and musical training at the International Conservatory of Music in Paris. She holds the Great Organs of Saint Roch.


She was the winner of the Oulmont Prize awarded by  the Fondation de France for her entire career as a performer, teacher and composer.


Aurélien Rauss started playing the violin at the age of four, after a high school in a music class with flexible hours and two DEMs in violin and musical training, he decided to move towards choir conducting, a discipline in which he obtained a DEM after 3 years of training. He is currently following his 2nd year of a double degree in orchestra and choir direction at the PSPBB. Choir direction in which he has seven years of experience. During these years, he was able to discover the immense repertoire of the choir as well as the traditions of several European countries thanks to different masterclasses. 


Paul de Guerry has been practicing as a professional musician in different fields for several years, first as a choir director, with the direction of ensembles such as the Ultreia choir in Paris, and in church music with the pre- Master of Nantes Cathedral since 2019. Also holder of a DEM in lyrical singing, he works as a cantor in Parisian parishes (Saint Roch, Saint Charles de Monceau) and at the sanctuary of Rocamadour. In parallel with his musical studies, he follows a course in philosophy and defends his master's thesis on musical listening in 2017 at the University of Nantes. Passionate about medieval music and Gregorian chant, he is currently pursuing a second master's degree in research and interpretation in medieval music at the Sorbonne and performs in this repertoire as a singer at the Schola de la Sainte Chapelle.

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