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France Desneulin professeur piano

France Desneulin

CRR Bordeaux
Trained by Charles LILAMAND, Nadine WRIGHT and Jean-Claude HENRIOT, France DESNEULIN, pianist, holds the Certificate of Aptitude of Accompaniment, as well as the Diploma of State of piano and the Diploma of State of Accompaniment. For many years, she has performed on stage both in France and abroad (China, Spain, Scotland, the West Indies, Tunisia, Morocco, Portugal, etc.) Her talent allows her to diversify her musical activity. She was a vocal conductor at the Opéra National de BORDEAUX. The Ministry of Culture, the National Education or the National Orchestra of Bordeaux Aquitaine, solicit it regularly to accompany many national professional competitions. She accompanies, among others, the master classes of Rachel YAKAR, Michel PORTAL, Martin FROST, Nicole CORTI. She has performed with artists such as Marianne PIKETTY, Michel TRANCHANT, Philippe BERROD, Guillaume COPPOLA, Eliane LAVAIL, and many singers such as Jean.DELESCLUSES, Jean-Louis SERRES, Maryse CASTETS, Stanislas DE BARBEYRAC, Edwin CROSSLEY MERCER, Thomas DOLIE… After having taught in various Conservatoires of the Great West, she is engaged at the Conservatoire National de BORDEAUX as a pianist for the higher classes.
Between 1997 and 2006, she was artistic director of the Compagnie Lyrique PRIMA VOCE and directed numerous opera productions.
In many shows, she is both an actress (The Chairs of IONESCO) and a pianist. As a logical follow-up to her job as a vocal conductor, in 2002, she began conducting with Dominique ROUITS, then trained with Marc TRAUTMANN. She is thus entrusted with the direction of several lyrical works: The Marriage to the Lanterns of OFFENBACH, Apple of Api of OFFENBACH, the Child and the Spells of RAVEL or Dido and Aeneas of PURCELL.
At the crossroads of her passion for the performing arts, she wrote and directed 13 musical shows, among which «Une Soirée chez Strauss», «Passion Tango», «Show de Vents» or the very innovative «Classical jukebox». In 2009, the Compagnie France en Scènes was born, bringing together all of its creations.