La Rêveuse - France
La Rêveuse's mission is to bring the musical heritage of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to the widest possible audience. To this end, the ensemble is committed to placing this music in its historical and artistic context, imagining narrative forms that allow other aesthetics to be linked (work with contemporary composers, mirrors with other music, the fine arts, literature, theatre, video, etc.), and highlighting the connections with our contemporary lives (social history, the history of science and technology, the history of women in music, the environment and the history of our view of nature). Inherent in this approach is the search for and promotion of interesting works by lesser-known composers, as well as a pedagogical approach to these repertoires.
Conservatoire des créneaux - 1, place de la République, Orléans, France / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Carnival of the endangered animals
The Carnival of the Endangered Animals, inspired by Saint Saëns's Carnival, is a committed show on the story of Orpheus, who charmed the animals with the beauty of his song, only to find himself confronted one day with the collapse of biodiversity. (REMA AWARD advocate transition of the year 2021)