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Young Composers - Episode 1

Young Composers - Episode 1

Young composers with great talent are graduated from conservatories, schools and colleges every year. However, their compositions for choirs are stil little-known, not published and spread enough.
We, Éditions Cur Joie, stand up for all of those bright young composers

Today we introduce you to Christopher GIBERT 

He first studied analysis, notation and how to play the organ and the piano at the Conservatoire of Toulouse and at the Conservatoire of Boulogne-Billancourt. Then, he wan two firts prizes with the higest qualification of "very good" for choral conducting and musical analysis.
After a Musicology degree, he specialized into sacred music of the 17th century. In order to be graduated of a Master's degree, he wrote a dissertation about the French composer of the 17th century Marc-Antoine Charpentier and his church music.
He studied conducting at the Ple Supérieur of Rennes with renowned Régine Théodoresco. He is a skillful musician whose biggest passion is conducting choir. He especially worked sound balance and color, voices alloy, prosody and diction with his two vocal ensembles : the chamber group Dulci Jubilo created in 2013 in Toulouse and the baroque ensemble La Pellegrina created in 2016. He has worked as an organist to the Sanctuaire de Rocamadour for about 10 years now. In september 2018, Christopher Gibert began to teach Choral singing at the Conservatoire of Montauban. He also supervises formations for youth choirs at Saint-Eustache church in Paris.

Published by Éditions Cur Joie :

Salve Regina
Trois motets pour la semaine Sainte
Trois motets la vierge
Stabat Mater
Zachée

You can play these incredible songs yourself! So don't wait another minute to contact us; we would be pleased to guide you. Songs only exist to be sung!

Created On  18 Jun 2019 11:00  -  Permalink

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