- February 12-15, 2023: "The role of the conductor in the 17th and 18th century repertoire", conducting masterclass with William Christie (registration is closed)
- March 21-24, 2023: "The art of singing well... Handel", singing masterclass with Paul Agnew (registration is closed)
- May 28-31, 2023: singing and accompanying masterclass with Sophie Daneman (voice) and Béatrice Martin (harpsichord) (registration coming soon)
Masterclass "Solo viola da gamba and viol consort"
October 29-31, 2022
During these three days of musical practice, Myriam Rignol accompanies the instrumentalists in the development of their mastery of the instrument with pieces for solo viol. It is also a time to learn about the specificities of playing in a viol consort and to create artistic links by developing musical listening and reactivity.
Arts Flo Masterclass #3: Marc-Antoine Charpentier and his contemporaries
April 8-11, 2022
Through four days of ensemble music practice, William Christie proposes a moment of encounter and dialogue between musicians on the theme of French Baroque music, and in particular that of Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
Masterclass #2: The art of fine singing... Italian popyphonic music
Monteverdi and his contemporaries
November 26 - 29, 2021 - Quartier des Artistes / Thiré (Vendée, Pays de la Loire - France)
4 days to deepen the. knowledge and practice of Italian polyphonic music of the 17th century, with Paul Agnew (Co-artistic Director of Les Arts Florissants) and Barbara Nestola (language coach and musicologist).
Masterclass #1 : French music with William Christie
Couperin - Charpentier - Lambert - Lully
February 13 - 16, 2021 | Quartier des Artistes - Thiré (Vendée, Pays de la Loire)
4 days of chamber music to deepen one's practice and knowledge of the late 17th - early 18th centuries French repertoire, with William Christie and the musicians of Les Arts Florissants: Lisandro Abadie (bass singer), Emmanuel Resche (violin) & Myriam Riglol (viola da gamba).