"Claude Nadeau holds a first prize of a harpsichord Conservatoire National french obtained in 1999 in the class of Joel Pontet, and a diploma in early music at McGill University in Montreal (1998) where she earned "A" in harpsichord by unanimous jury. She worked with harpsichordists such as Luc Beauséjour, Kenneth Gilbert or Bob van Asperen.
Seventh generation of church musicians in her family, she hass also been very active as an organist for more than twenty years. She can be heard at the organ on the disc "Er Roué Stevan" with Roland Becker and the Orchestre National Breton, ...
Young conductor especially appreciated for her work with voices, she led the chorus of Radio-France Outremer from 2003 to 2004, and works regularly with the federation A Coeur Joie in the field of early music. In January 2007, it was her "debut" as a harpsichord soloist at the Opera National de Paris in a concert of contemporary music, where she assured the world premiere of "Toccate" Graciane Finzi, ... In March 2007 she was on a tour of Japan sponsored by Air France and with the assistance of the Embassy of France in Tokyo.
Artist versatile, addressing both the music and medieval Gregorian chant to traditional music and contemporary creation, it was able to see the film and television in the role of a ... harpsichordist. ... " (Google translation) Visit website for more information.
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