Maud Haering


The French soprano Maud Haering has been passionate about early music repertoires for many years. As a member of both medieval and baroque music ensembles, she works regularly abroad with the Amsterdam Baroque Choir (conducted by Ton Koopman) and the Collegium Vocale in Ghent (conducted by Philippe Herreweghe). Since January 2022, she has also sung under the direction of Sébastien Daucé in numerous concerts with the ensemble Correspondances (Charpentier's David et Jonathas, Le Sacre de Louis XIV, Le concert secret des Dames, Vox Angelorum, Septem membra Jesu nostri) and will shortly begin working with the chamber choir Les Éléments (Lully's Armide at the Opéra Comique) and the ensemble Jacques Moderne, both conducted by Joël Suhubiette. The young soprano also performs regularly with the medieval music ensembles Discantus and Alla Francesca (dir. Brigitte Lesnes), Arborescence (dir. David Chappuis), Sine Cum and Palin(e) in polyphonic and monodic repertoire from the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries.

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