Children's voices arouse an incomparable emotion that many composers have succeeded in capturing. Even more so than adult voices, they are both explicit and mysterious, the bearers of life. A children's choir reminds listeners of the essential and spontaneous joy of singing together, allowing them for once to embrace music without triggering the critical mechanisms that dampen pleasure.
To bring out the particular grace of young vocal ensembles, the Opéra national de Lorraine has teamed up with the teaching and artistic talents of conductor Thierry Weber. Under his guidance, the young singers from several schools in the Nancy-Metz Academy will experience all the emotion of a shared and challenging project.
The Opéra national de Lorraine Orchestra will join this Youth Choir to complete this moment of poetry and to introduce them to the euphoria of choral and symphonic performances.