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Concert-Show on November 11 at the Musée Clémenceau De Lattre

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Portraits of women during the Great War” concert-show

by Magali Goimard, piano, vocals and Roselyne Martel Bonnal, soprano

Monday, November 11, 2019 at 5 p.m. at the Musée Clémenceau De Lattre

Concert-show ” Portraits de femmes pendant la grande guerre ” by Magali Goimard, piano, vocals and Roselyne Martel Bonnal, soprano

Colette, a showgirl, author and journalist, lived through the Great War. Following in his footsteps, Magali Goimard and Roselyne Martel Bonnal will perform a repertoire of melodies, operettas and piano works, evoking the grave or light-hearted hours of the Great War and the role of women during this period of history.

Texts by Colette

Works by Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Jacques Offenbach, Henri Christiné, Donizetti, Bizet, Louis Ganne, Lili and Nadia Boulanger, Cécile Chaminade and period songs…

Roselyne Martel-Bonnal, soprano
A graduate of the Nice and Paris Conservatoires, she went on to perfect her skills at the Munich Hochschule and the Salzburg Mozarteum. In concert, she explores a vast operatic repertoire in multiple productions, and is a guest at numerous international festivals. She regularly performs in opera productions (Charpentier’s Louise with Michel Plasson) and contemporary creations (London’s Brandenburg Festival). In January 2017, she released her debut album Idylle on the Calliope label.

Magali Goimard, piano, vocals
She plays an eclectic repertoire on the piano, with a predilection for rare works that she loves to rediscover, while remaining attentive to today’s composers. Winner of international competitions, she gives numerous concerts in France and abroad. His discography includes critically acclaimed debut recordings: Musique argentine pour piano (Pavane Records). Louis Vierne at (BNL). An author-composer-performer, she likes to add a literary dimension to her concerts, and has created musical shows at the Avignon Festival, and more recently at the Rendez vous de l’histoire in Blois and at the Louvre Auditorium. She founded the Festival José David in homage to the Vendée composer in Les Sables d’Olonne.


The Clemenceau-de Lattre Museum

Free admission, on presentation of admission ticket, for under-26s, IVCL members and others eligible for free admission.

Reservations required:02 51 00 38 72 or