Les Musiciens de Saint-JulienFrançois Lazarevitch director, flute, musette – Elodie Fonnard soprano – David Greenberg violin – Bérengère Sardin harp – Lucile Boulanger viola da gamba – Romain Falik baroc guitar, theorbo – Luc Gaudreau dance


Traditional songs from Poitou and Quebec
Works by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
Works by Pierre Guédron
Works by Antoine Boësset
Works by François Couperin
Works by Michael Praetorius
Works by Henry Purcell
Works by Jean-Philippe Rameau

A journey back in time to the days of the troubadours and of hunting parties in the Occitanian woods. The virtuoso flautist and bagpipe-player François Lazarevitch founded the ensemble Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien in 2005, motivated by his love of traditional French songs and early music. These musicians opt for historically informed performance on violin, musette, harp, flute, baroque guitar, theorbo, and bass viol (viola da gamba). For their BOZAR performance, they are joined by a dancer.