THE ENSEMBLE SEQUENZA 9.3
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Sequenza 9.3 is a vocal ensemble consisting of singers who are professional soloists. If their artistic journey crosses the lyrical scene, they have all chosen to serve and share contemporary vocal art with passion.
The vocal quality and the artistic dimension of each one, the precision which they carry out, their faithful engagement within Sequenza 9.3 under the demanding and generous direction of Catherine Simonpietri, have contributed to give form and finesse to the interpretations of the ensemble.
In search of an aesthetic ideal, Catherine Simonpietri articulates the artistic project of the Ensemble through creation, today's life force, and tradition, the heritage of a founding patrimony.
She enriches her research with meetings with creators and performers of our time: composers, instrumentalists, choreographers, circus artists, artists from the world of jazz and popular music…
The ambitions of Sequenza 9.3 artists are to transmit, explore new paths, awaken and cultivate everyone’s taste.
Since 1998, Sequenza 9.3 has interpreted more than 60 creations ...
Philippe Hersant, Ondrej Adàmek, Alessandros Markeas, Eric Tanguy, Dai Fujikura, David Neerman, Juste Janulyte, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Aurélien Dumont, Edith Canat de Chizy, Patrick Burgan, Vincent Paulet, Suzanne Giraud, Thierry Escaich, Stéphane Leach, Laurent Durupt, Alexandre Gasparov…
... and collaborated with multiple musicians and performing artists
Henri Demarquette (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano), Svetlin Roussev (violin), Blanca Li (dance), Pascal Gallois (bassoon), Jonas Vitaud (piano), Noémie Lvovsky (cinema), Florent Jodelet (percussion), Le Cabaret Contemporary, Elise Vigier & Frédérique Loliée / Collectif Les Lucioles (theater), "Les Siècles" (orchestra), Nikolaus (circus), Eric Lebrun (organ), Michel Marre (trumpet), Marie-Claire Alain (organ), Franck Tortillier (vibraphone), the Orchester National d'Ile-de-France, Krystell Warren (soul singer), Marie-Claire Legay (piano), Mah Damba (singer - Malian griot), Christine Plubeau (viola da gamba), Diotima Quartet , Fred Frith (rock composer), Nicolas Frize (performer), Thomas Lacôte (organ), Gaëtan Levêque (circus), Miguel Da Silva (viola), Enrique Morente (flamenco singer), Lansiné Kouyaté (balafon), Jeff Cohen (piano) ), Raphaël Pidoux (cello)…
With its twenty years of experience, the Sequenza 9.3 vocal ensemble is recognized for its high artistic standards.
The most renowned festivals and concert halls can testify to this today.
Some places that have hosted our concerts // the Théâtre du Châtelet, the Philharmonie de Paris, the Théâtre National de Chaillot, Cathédrale Saint-Louis des Invalides, Abbaye de Royaumont, Abbaye de Noirlac, Abbaye de l 'Epau, Abbey de Clairvaux, the Festival Septembre Musical de l'Orne, the Festival Présences (Radio France), the Festival d'Ile-de-France, the Festival de Saint-Denis, the Festival d'Auvers-sur -Oise, the Festival de Saint-Riquier, Les Flâneries musicales de Reims, the Festival Messiaen (La Grave), the Festival du Périgord Noir, the Festival Africolor , the Festival de Sully et Loiret, the Festival des Forêts, Classique au vert, the Festival de Pâques d'Aix-en-Provence, the season of the Orchestre national de Lille, the Festival de musique and the Besançon international competition for young conductors, the Festival de La Chaise-Dieu, … and abroad in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Canada.