Amarillis’s musical journey has been distinguished from its beginnings by the diversity of its workforce (2 at 20 musicians) and its programs according to the different musical styles approached. Every year, about fifteen programs different are offered in three sections :

• Instrumental programs
• Voice programs
• Programs crossed with other musical or artistic sensibilities

We invite you to consult the sections « Agenda » to discover, in details, different types of programs offered by Amarillis imagined by Héloïse Gaillard, its artistic director. You will find below the Concerts and Cross-Programs offered as a priority for the next season.

Instrumental and vocal programs
Flautist and oboist Héloïse Gaillard brings together solo musicians who are loyal to her in the same spirit of chamber music, thus promoting very demanding chamber music work on the instrumental level.. Let us quote for example Alice piérot, Marie Rouquié, Marianne Muller, Keiko Gomi, Violaine Cochard, Marie Van Rhijn ... (All our musicians here)
On the other hand, Amarillis collaborates very regularly with some of the best singers on the national and international scene (Patricia Petibon, Stephanie d'Oustrac, Sonya Yoncheva, Karine Deshayes, Mathias Vidal, Maïlys de Villoutreys, Benoît Arnould ...) All our singers here

Under the leadership of Heloise Gaillard, the Ensemble approaches the various repertoires of European baroque music with the desire to explore a repertoire that is often unknown or even unpublished. The fruit of this musicological and historical work generates original thematic programs, fueling the humanist culture of listeners. The Ensemble also likes to tackle famous works and does not hesitate to give them new interpretations. (concertos d’Antonio Vivaldi, concerts by Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann, Georg Friedrich Handel's chamber music repertoire…).

Some examples :

Instrumental programs :

Voice programs :
Sacred voice programs :
  • Venetian jubilation with the mastery of Pays de la Loire
  • Praises and lamentations for the glory of Jerusalem with a highlight by Nathalie Perrier
Cross programs:

Amarillis also defends programs associating other musical trends, like jazz or contemporary music, as well as other artistic universes such as the theater, dance or story.

Here are some examples, Do not hesitate to contact us for more information :

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