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Author: William ChristiePriscilla PizzatoMartin BlanchardBFC Productions.EnhanceTV (Firm)All authors
Publisher: [Australia] : Enhance : Screenrights, 2011, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : English
Database:WorldCat
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Follows ten young singers, chosen from 200 candidates from around the world, as they spend three weeks training with world-famous master of Baroque music William Christie's academy, Le Jardin des Voix, at theThéâtre de Caen. Ep. 1. Master of Baroque music William Christie auditions young singers for his Baroque music academy, Le Jardin des Voix, an off-shoot of his world-famous ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Ep.
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Named Person: William Christie; William Christie
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Christie; Priscilla Pizzato; Martin Blanchard; BFC Productions.; EnhanceTV (Firm); Screenrights (Society); Jardin des Voix.
OCLC Number: 727697154
Notes: Off-air recordings of the SBS1 television program broadcast on 12 and 19/2/2011. Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968.
Credits: Directors, Priscilla Pizzato, Martin Blanchard ; producer: Françoise Castro.
Description: 2 videodiscs (DVD) (110 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; PAL.
Contents: Episode 1 Looking for voices --
Episode 2 Stages of success.

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Follows ten young singers, chosen from 200 candidates from around the world, as they spend three weeks training with world-famous master of Baroque music William Christie's academy, Le Jardin des Voix, at theThéâtre de Caen. Ep. 1. Master of Baroque music William Christie auditions young singers for his Baroque music academy, Le Jardin des Voix, an off-shoot of his world-famous ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Ep. 2. The ten successful young singers spend three weeks in the Theatre de Caen, home of Les Arts Florissants.

The aim of Jardin des Voix, a prestigious academy set up by the great conductor William Christie, is to reveal the talent of unknown young singers thanks to a tour of the world's major concert halls. In 2007, ten young people, between 21 and 29 years of age, were able to enjoy this unique experience alongside the master of baroque music. They had been chosen among over 200 candidates from all over the world to spend three weeks training with world-famous master of Baroque music William Christie's academy, Le Jardin des Voix, at theThéâtre de Caen, and participate in a tour. This film portrays this exceptional adventure from the selection process to the tour.

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