Direction artistique Benjamin Perrot & Florence Bolton

Marin Marais - Pièces de viole

MIRARE (MIR 386) - sortie le 12 janvier 2018


La Rêveuse has just received the label "European Year of the cultural heritage 2018" by the Ministry of Culture


Find us on the official site of this Year in France: 





La Rêveuse has just launched a crowdfounding campaign on Ulule from February 5th till March 30th (Make in the Loire Valley project), to participate in the financing of its tour OPERA BUS / rural tour in Centre Region, in November 2018.


To participate, join us on our Ulule page :
https: // / opera-bus/

From 10 € to 5000 €, with counterparties and french tax relief.





La Rêveuse's last CD devoted to the viol pieces in Marin Marais's later works has released on January 12th by Mirare. (Distributed by Harmonia Mundi/PIAS).





Florence Bolton, viola da gamba | Benjamin Perrot, theorbo | Carsten Lohff, harpsichord| Robin Pharo, viola da gamba

Hughes Deschaux, sound engineer | recorded in september 2016 with the support of the Château de Chambord, Conseil Régional Centre Val de Loire & FCM.


Extracts sur YouTube :

. La Biscayenne / Marin Marais

. Le Badinage / Marin Marais


Show Case :

> 15 mars :  librairie Atout Livre, Paris 12e (75)


Press :

Pizzicato /Remy Franck, 15fev: 5 croches - "La Rêveuse provides on this CD a very fine program with Marais works, which are really impressive in their atmospheric intensity and inner force. Florence Bolton's playing is highly sensitive and moving."


Flashback on...

MUSI2R - Musiques dans les résidences royales

In January, 2017, La Rêveuse participated in a project of creation and experiment around the musical directory in the Royal Residences in Centre region and Paris region (Chambord, St Germain en Laye, Fontainebleau), in association with the Center of baroque music of Versailles - CMBV and the Center of Higher education of the Renaissance - CESR of Tours.
La Rêveuse had worked on January 17th and 18th 2017 in the Castle of Fontainebleau (77) on little known musics, anthems arranged for journey staff and intended for the stays of Louis XIV in Fontainebleau.

The teaser is now available on YouTube: 



Concert Les Allemands de Londres (Germans in London) (Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Christian Bach, Carl Friedrich Abel), 3th feb 2018

Article by Loïc Chahine, from Le Babillard:

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