Hermione Trio / Hermine Huguenel (Dordogne) / Song, Chamber Music

Tursday August 13  9.00 PM  / Church of Audrix

J.S.BACH Cantate BWV 83 Erfreute Zeit im neunen Bunde (duo piano-voix)
BRAHMS Zwei Gesänge opus 91 (trio)
LOEFFLER Cloche félée - N°1 de Four Poems (trio)
HAHN A Chloris (trio)
MASSENET Elégie (trio)
SCHUBERT Gretschnen am Spinnrade (duo) - Nacht umd Traüme (duo)  - Erlkönig (trio )

SCHUBERT Sonatel'Arpeggione (duo piano-alto)
BRIDGE Three songs(trio)
CONNESSON My sweetsister (trio)
J.S BACH CantateBWV 24 Ein ungefärbt Gemüte (trio)

 

Hermine Huguenel studied voice at the Périgueux Conservatory (Southwest France) and went on to perfect her craft with Fernand Dumont (Paris Opera). With her excellent vocal qualities, Hermine Huguenel masters a vast repertoire extending from the great roles of Baroque and Classical opera (Ruggiero in Handel’s Alcina, Gluck’s Orpheus) to modern tours-de-force (Miss Flora in Menotti’s The Medium). Her roles also include Dorabella in Così fan tutte, Adalgisa in Norma, Arsace in Semiramide, Azucena in Il Trovatore, Charlotte in Werther, Saint-Saens’s Dalila, Offenbach’s Grand Duchess of Gerolstein.
In 2010 she made her debut at the Puccini Festival Foundation (Torre del Lago, Italy) as Zita in Gianni Schicchi, the Princess in Suor Angelica, and Suzuki in Madama Butterfly. Hermine’s recent appearances include Mme Larina in Eugene Onegin (Switzerland and France), Suzuki (Italy and France), Maddalena (Rigoletto) at Saint-Céré Festival, Hélène (La Belle Hélène) and Carmen (Carmen) in France. She embodied Alisa (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Popotte (Le voyage dans la Lune) at Saint-Céré festival 2014.
Didier Lacombe : alto, is professor in the Conservatoire Jacques Thibaud in Bordeaux. Solo alto in the Orchestre Regional de Bayonne. Founder of the Altofolies Ensemble.
Patrick Hilliard: piano, a pupil of David Lloyd, Geoffrey and Robin Bowman, he won the Peter Pears prize in London, 1986. He is also a choirmaster.

Hermine Huguenel:  song | Didier Lacombe: alto | Patrick Hilliard: piano