Voix en Vigne Lyric Festival at Chateau Roubine will mingle under the stars of the summer skies a cappella voices, a female Jazz voice and choirs with Les Contes d’Hoffmann.
The 7th Voix en Vigne, organized by Valérie Rouselle, owner of the prestigious Chateau Roubine, will offer three enchanting evenings for music lovers and amateurs of oenological discoveries. At the heart of its greenery setting, in the park of the Chateau, the Festival will combine several voices timbres on three outdoors musical evenings under the starry dome of the Var sky.
Several voices and musical styles
The new and original Voix En Vigne programming will see alternate and respond each others “a cappella” voices, the warmth of a woman’s voice Jazz, and on the last evening, the choirs will culminate with Les Contes d’Hoffmann.
Tuesday, July 7 – 21h
The London Quartet – Cantabile
Humor sung a cappella
Thursday, July 9 – 21h
Suzanna Wognin – Jazz Quintet
Friday July 11 – 21h
Evening with Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann – La Périchole – La vie Parisienne by the Ensemble Giocoso conducted by Pierre Iodice, chorus master of the Opéra de Marseille.
The London Quartet – Cantabile
The “a cappella” quartet gets inspiration from both Brahms and Offenbach and the Beatles and Sinatra. With a “So British” humor that hits every time, Cantabile is one of the best vocal groups in the world whose virtuosity and creativity has been acclaimed for over 20 years with 13 albums, over 2,000 live performances and more than 200 TV appearances worldwide.
Overriding any musical boundaries, Cantabile invites you to enjoy an unforgettable evening of song, laughter and entertainment.
This artist, based in the South of France for a few years, is inspired by the greatest voices of jazz like Ella Fitzgerald. With every musical encounter, Suzanne Wognin has built a Jazz and Gospel repertoire she regenerates with her talent and sensitivity in different Jazz festivals and clubs in the region where she performs.
Since September 2003, Pierre Iodice is leading the choirs of the Marseilles Opera, dedicated to the lyric and symphonic repertoire.
Pierre Iodice studied piano, writing and orchestra conducting at the Marseille Regional Conservatory and enters the Opera in 1979. In 1988, he conducts Choir of the Avignon and Pays du Vaucluse Theatre, then noticed during the Chorégies d’Orange 90, he became Head of the Choir of the Théâtre du Capitole, a position he held for 12 years. In parallel, he regularly conducts major works for chorus and/or orchestra.
About Chateau Roubine
Chateau Roubine, one of the oldest vineyards in France, is located in the heart of the Var, between Draguignan and Lorgues. Always attached to the history of Provence, the estate expose the richness of its soil and nature through advanced winemaking equipment. Since 1953, Chateau Roubine has the title Cru Classé for its unique and prestigious vintages: Inspire, Terre de Croix…
The representation taking place in open air, think of a jumper and a flashlight for the parking in the vineyard
Suggested Arrival Time: 20 h 15
Entrance and Provencal snack
Tuesday, July 7 – 21h The London Quartet – Cantabile: 30 €
Thursday, July 9 – 21h Suzanna Wognin – Quintet: 25 €
Friday, July 11 – 21h – Offenbach Evening: 35 €
Information and reservations:
Marion Curti: 33 (0)4 94 85 94 94
Georges Peloux– Art Director: 33 (0)6 43 00 80 94
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