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Sebastien Fournier


Sébastien Fournier sang from an early age and developed a pronounced taste for baroque music in particular. He developed his countertenor voice notably at the Conservatory and at the University of Lyon, before completing his training in England at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama of London where he specialized in Early Music. His experience as a chorister has allowed him to sing in prestigious ensembles: Les Musiciens du Louvre, Les Arts Florissants, and Accentus. As a soloist, he has taken part in numerous festivals in France and abroad. In 1998, he created the baroque music ensemble “Sprezzatura” which regularly offers varied and innovative programs for young people. In 2010, he was selected to represent France at the Universal Exhibition in Shanghai where he gave no less than 18 concerts over several weeks, including the "Fête de la musique" in China.
Through music and vocal expression, he enables managers to better experience the sense of listening, cooperation, trust, and commitment.
  • 2000 “Ad Vesperas” Remy Gousseau (Cantabile label)
  • 2006 "Athamas", from the opera Semele by GF Handel conducted by D. Stern (Label Arion)
  • 2009 “Lovers Roses” by Henry Purcell (Hybrid Music label) with the Sprezzatura Ensemble (Sébastien Guillot and Anne Marie Lasla) on the occasion of its 350th anniversary.
  • 2010 “Stabat Mater by Vivaldi and Salve Regina by Pergolesi” with the Barok Ensemble (Label Harmonia Mundi)
  • 2011 "Airs d'Amours des castrati" with the Sprezzatura ensemble
  • 2012 "Go Crystal Tears" with the Sprezzatura ensemble

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