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Saturday 18 March, 8.30 pm, Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
Music of the Renaissance I – concert by the Doulce Mémoire ensemble conducted by Denis Raisin Dadre with Cécile Achille and Clara Coutouly, sopranos, Matthieu Peyrègne, alto, Hugues Primard, tenor, Matthieu Lelevreur, baritone, Marc Busnel, bass, Jérémie Papasergio, Elsa Frank, Denis Raisin Dadre, flute, bass tuba, dulzaina, Pascale Boquet, lute, Renaissance guitar, Bérengère Sardin, harp, Sarah Van Oudenhove and Etienne Foultier, viola da gamba. The programme features Claude Lejeune. Prelude: Five minutes of Michaël Levinas by Samuel Bricault, flute
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