C A L E N D A R 

MAY 2020

 

TOUR "Par monts et par vaux" 

Ensemble Les Lunaisiens

Les Hauts-de-France, Lorraine

POSTPONED TO SPRING 2021

NOVEMBER 2020 - MAY 2021:

L'OREILLE À TIROIRS

Creation and Tour: Opera for children

Ensemble Les Lunaisiens

Royaumont, Ambronay, Saint-Omer, Tourcoing, Compiegne, Soissons...

DECEMBER 2020 - JANUARY 2021:

ACADEMIE 'French Art song"

Master class and concerts

Partenership: The Neemarana Music Foundation and French Embassy in India

New Delhi (India)

FEBRUARY 2021:

CONCERT: Magic and Music

Val-de-Grace (Paris)

MAY - JULY 2021

BURIED TREASURES, Musical fairytales from India and Europe

Creation by the LIlanoor Ensemble 

Tour (Great East of France)

SUMMER  2021:

PADRE, BY KANAKO ABE

World Premiere and Tour

Co-production with Marseille and Toulon's Opera House.

POSTPONED TO  SUMMER 2023

P R E S S

LA VIE PARISIENNE by OFFENBACH

Conductor: Marc Minkowski, stage director: Vincent Huguet - Bordeaux's Opera House (2017)

"We should also mention the beautiful role of  Pauline by Harmonie Deschamps, actress involved with a superb high range." (Opera Forum, Tania Bracq)

"In the role of Pauline, Harmonie Deschamps, deserves her name with her beautiful voice full of sweetness." (Olyrix, Charles Arden)

ARMIDE by GLUCK,

Conductor: Marc Minkowski

Bordeaux's Opera House (2016)

"Harmonie Deschamps and Olivia Doray perform various characters, all of whom have in common to serve Armide. Their two voices of sopranos agree nicely in their many duets. The beautiful tone of the first one offers treble chiseled in piani perfectly mastered and issued with great finesse. "(Olyrix, Damien Dutilleul)

LA SERVA PADRONA by PERGOLESI 

Conductor: Françoise Lasserre 

Reims's Opera House  (2016)

"Zerbine's key character is a young woman who takes care of the puppets made by Pandolphe and the mute disciple Scapin. To embody it, the soprano Harmonie Deschamps is an excellent actress, sure of her voice and her charm, lively and playful and in this small theatrical world that comes alive more and more "(Anaclase, François Cavaillès)