During a magical evening and in front of a packed audience, Les Fauristes offered us a journey through 500 years of French music and poetry helping us to beat the post holidays blues.
Conducted by Blandine de Raulin, les Fauristes, French choir founded in 2010, revisited the two glorious periods of French a capella repertoire, the Renaissance and 20th century.
A unique chance to discover – or rediscover – Roland de Lassus, Claudin de Sermisy, Fauré, Saint-Saens, Debussy, Duruflé, Poulenc performed a capella or accompanied by piano.
A collection made during the concert in support of the Church’s renovation project raised more than £1,400.
A huge thank you to the Fauristes for their support and their wonderful performance.
For those who couldn’t join us, a short snippet of the concert in company of Gabriel Fauré and the Djinns op. 12 as well as the full program of the evening.