But then realised I'd have to re-do the links, eh. I wanted to identify the wonderful musicians who participate in the Liturgy of Holy Week.
Anne-Marie Lutz is a dedicated, long-standing member of the Schola Sainte-Cécile. Clotilde Cellier is a professional singer who has performed numerous times with the Schola. (De Nedde is the surname, according to the YouTube page: I hope that means that , wedding congratulations are in order.) Alix de La Motte de Broöns de Vauvert looks to have taken a degree at Saint Andrew's in Scotland but beyond that, eh, I only know that this is the first time I've seen her name-- but now that I think about it, 'Alix' may be one of the Schola whose had a brief video included in the Portraits de choeur that's featured at Liturgia. That was Marie-Alix; and those videos are all of them between three and five years old so identifying someone now is, obviously, problematic. The cellist, Augustin D'Oliveira, is a professional violoncelliste, who has also played with the Schola during the last three (thank you, LinkedIn) years; I knew I recognised the name but beyond that....
The organist at Saint-Eugène is Dr Touve Ratovondrahety, who is a composer and rehearsal pianist for the Opéra de Paris corps de ballet as well as being involved in numerous other musical projects.
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