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Edwin Fardini

Singer

Student in the last year at the Paris Conservatory, it is with Élène Golgevit that he is currently continuing his vocal work. In 2016, he won the Royaumont Foundation as well as the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation. In April 2018, he founded, with Mariamielle Lamagat (soprano), Adèle Charvet (mezzo-soprano) and Mathys Lagier (tenor), L'Archipel, a group with variable geometry, in residence at the Singer-Polignac Foundation.

He has the opportunity to enrich his training in contact with artists such as Thomas Quasthoff, Bernarda Fink and Regina Werner. He particularly likes the repertoire of melody, lied and oratorio which he shapes with pianists Anne Le Bozec and Susan Manoff, baritone Stephan Genz and mezzo-soprano Janina Baechle.

During the 2017 edition of the Academy of the Aix-en-Provence International Lyric Art Festival, he participated in the Residence Pinocchio and notably worked as a musical understudy for the world premiere of the last opera by Philippe Boesmans and Joël Pommerat.

Last November, at the Philharmonie de Paris, he performed with the Paris orchestra and the Paris Conservatoire orchestra under the direction of Thomas Hengelbrock.

In recital, we heard it alongside Anne le Bozec, Tanguy de Williencourt, Clément Mao-Takacs and the Secession Orchestra in the Grand salon of the Musée de l'Armée, at the Théâtre de l'Athénée and at the Les Festival Athenians from Geneva.

In October, he will be in recital at the Royaumont Festival in a Berg / Mahler program alongside the Tanguy de Williencourt coasts.

In December, he will sing in the Requiem by Brahms with the Wiener Symphoniker and the Orchestra of the Paris Conservatory conducted by Patrick Davin at Saint-Louis Cathedral.

In March 2019, he will be Buonafede in Il mondo della Luna by Joseph Haydn, under the musical direction of Tito Ceccherini, in the direction of Marc Paquien.

Edwin is a member of the vocal quartet L'Archipel, in residence at the Singer-Polignac foundation, with Adèle Charvet, Mathys Lagier and Mariamielle Lamagat.

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