Les Arts Florissants: a non-profit organization under the French law of 1901

Les Arts Florissants are a non-profit organization constituted under the French law of 1901. Their mission is to perform and make known, in France and abroad, the music and musical heritage of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, as well as to engage in, without limitation, any activities of composition, research, teaching, training, and publishing related to the promotion of Baroque music.

Read the articles of the organization Les Arts Florissants.

The board of directors comprises: 

College of the Founding Members

William Christie
John Hoyland
Henry-Claude Cousseau Vice President
Pierre Legal President
Jean-Philippe Hottinguer
Martine Kahane Secretary

College of the Members by right

Ministère de l’Intérieur (Thomas Campeaux)
Ministère de la Culture (Thomas Loiseau)
Région Pays de la Loire (Myriam Garreau)
Département de la Vendée (François bon)
Commune de Thiré (Catherine Denferd)

List of the Qalified Members

Catherine Massip Treasurer
Dominique Senequier
Bernard Selz
Laurent Bayle (directeur général de la Philharmonie de Paris)
Françoise Girard (présidente des American Friends of Les Arts Florissants)

Les Arts Florissants are a member of the Fédération des Ensembles Vocaux et Instrumentaux Spécialisés and of PROFEDIM.