Toulouse Les Orgues takes up its summer quarters
Toulouse Les Orgues invites heritage enthusiasts and music lovers to a summer event: “Toulouse Les Orgues takes up its summer quarters”.
In July and August there will be a series of musical events using famous organs in exceptional venues: St. Sernin Basilica, St. Etienne Cathedral and the Gesu Church. These will include music and poetry readings, discovery trails concerning mysterious instruments, concerts, and more.
A cool break in the heat of summer, combining musical pleasure and the chance to discover some of the treasures of Toulouse!
For the first session of the Summer Quarters at St-Sernin’s Basilica (28, 29 and 30 July), musical readings will begin at 7 pm and not at 6 pm. A sanitary pass (vaccine, swab test …) is required to attend these events.
> 28, 29 and 30 July at 7 pm at St-Sernin Basilica, Tell me the story of the pipe organ !
> 10 August at 7 pm at ND du Taur Church, oncert Hommage à Camille Saint-Saëns
> 25, 26 and 27 August at 7 pm at St-Etienne Cathedral, Tell me the story of the pipe organ !
> 18 September at 6 pm at the Gesu Church, Tell me the story of the pipe organ !
The Toulouse les Orgues Summer Quarters are organized in partnership with the Théâtre du Grand Rond and the Toulouse Tourist Office.
Artists of the 2021 season
Baptiste Genniaux, orgue
Baptiste Genniaux est né en 1974 à Rodez. Après des études d’orgue auprès de Francis Jacob, Jan Willem Jansen et Michel Bouvard au CNR de Toulouse
Wanying Lin, orgue
Née en 1995 en Chine, Wanying Lin a commencé ses études d’orgue au Conservatoire de Shanghai. Après une académie d’orgue …