Maud Hamon-Loisance (FR)

Maud Hamon-Loisance studied singing and choir conducting at Lyon Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Lyon and at Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler in Berlin. She obtained her Master’s degree in 2010. A devotee of early music and of singing within small ensembles, she participated to the creation of Epsilon ensemble, of which she is now the artistic director.
Maud has conducted children’s and student choirs, and taught choral conducting at the Conservatoire of Grenoble, where she was appointed professor in choral studies in September 2011. At the 2014 Guido d’Arezzo competition, she was awarded the second prize with female choir Métaphores, as well as the prize for best conductor.
Also awarded at the 5th International Conductor’s Competition in Ljubljana (Slovenia), she has been invited as a conductor or a juror at special international events in various country including Germany, Italy, Estonia, Norway and Turkey.

Leading the following workshop in EUROPA CANTAT Pécs:

Children's choir songs with movement (round table discussion)
Maud Hamon-Loisance (FR)

Let's have a moment to share our experiences about Children's choirs in movement!
With some different kinds of repertoire, how can the scores inspired us to create a staging? How can the movement serve the music, help the children to sing and give something more to the audience?

Moderator: Maud Hamon-Loisance

Speaker: Thorsten Weber (AT) 

Leader of CCP sessions:
Maud Hamon-Loisance Short bio
Start date of atelier: Saturday 25 July
10:30 - 11:30
Programme type: round table session
Working with children series 2: The Body in the Service of the Voice
Maud Hamon-Loisance (FR)

To sing well it is essential to use our body . How can we work with children full of energy to help them using their body to serve their voice? How can we focus the energy of children? On the other side, how can help the teenagers when they are less comfortable with their body?

Leader of CCP sessions:
Maud Hamon-Loisance Short bio
Start date of atelier: Sunday 26 July
12:00 - 13:00
Programme type: workshop