Festival : Opéra sous les Etoiles

Concert - Opera

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Sainte-Maxime

Friday 6 August 2021 to 21h30

OPERA STELLE: Three sopranos sing the greatest opera arias [creation 2020]. The passions and great airs of the "Opera under the Stars" are now invited in the dreamlike intimacy of the Chapel of the Nartelle.

Norah AMSELLEM - Soprano:

Norah Amsellem’s artistic sense and dramatic intensity make her one of today’s great lyric artists. She has performed in every major theatre in the world and has collaborated with the greatest conductors. It was with Micaêla in Carmen, that she began internationally and that she also sang with artists such as Placido Domingo, Roberto Alagna or Rolando Villazon.
Norah Amsellem distinguished herself with La Traviata in the role of Violeta, which she sang in London, Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Madrid, Bologna… "... an exceptional interpretation, beautiful physical, impeccable
technical and rare emotion". (Financial Time)

Claudia SASSO - Soprano:

Italian Claudia Sasso was successful in Japan for the production of La Bohème at the Toyota City Concert Hall in Nagoya, in the role of Musetta. She then participated in Parma for the premiere of Frage, a work for ensemble and soprano by Wolfgang Rihm. With an international career, the soprano collaborates with the Pavarotti Foundation of Modena, thanks to which she participated in the concerts in memory of Tenor with great artists such as Domingo, Carreras or Meli. Claudia Sasso has regularly made her name at national and international competitions.

Chloé CHAUME - Soprano:

The role of Hélène (La Belle Hélène) at the Théâtre de Neuilly sur Seine marked the beginning of Chloé Chaume’s career in 2011. She then studied mezzo-soprano Mariam Sarkisian and followed the master classes of Karine Deshayes, Sophie Koch, José van Dam and others. It was at the Opéra Tours that she performed her first roles, where she represented L'Aiglon by Arthur Honegger and Jacques Ibert (Thérèse de Lorget). Then plays Julia in Passionately of Messenger. The following year, she will take the role of Frasquita in Carmen de Bizet.

Stéphanie HUMEAU - Piano:

Trained alongside Denis Pascal, Stéphanie Humeau continued her studies at the CRR de Paris with Eric Le Sage and Paul Meyer in Chamber Music. She subsequently entered the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Geneva and left brilliantly with her Diploma of Piano Concert. Regularly invited to perform throughout France or abroad in lyrical concert, in various chamber music formations or as a soloist, Stéphanie also performs in remarkable castles and estates throughout France.
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Chapelle de la Nartelle
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Opening

Friday 6 August 2021 at 9.30 pm.