Sandrine Piau and Véronique Gens, who have been involved in the baroque revival from the start, come together to perform a series of duets portraying two late 18th century stars of the stage, Madame Dugazon [...]
The Cantata in 18th century France
Speakers: Marie Demeilliez (Université Grenoble-Alpes, Institut Universitaire de France) Laura Naudeix (Université Rennes-II) Le Consort ensemble (dir. Justin Taylor [...]
[Postponed] Back to Lully
Following the government's decisions on coronavirus COVID-19, the performance of November 21, 2020 at the Arsenal in Metz is canceled. The performance of March 31, 2021 at the Opéra de Massy is postponed [...]
The early French music copyists' workshops
Speakers Denis Herlin Un scribe mystérieux et prolifique : le cas du copiste Z Bénédicte Hertz Copier de la musique pour une Académie de Concert : de la constitution [...]
Concerts, stage productions, teaching projects, recordings: the production department encourages the spread of French Baroque music.
Symposiums, study days, seminars, publications, performance practices : the CMBV Research Department is a musicology lab, working in partnership with the CESR and the CNRS.
Sharing knowledge of early music and practical expertise in French baroque music in particular, is one of the key missions of the CMBV.
Education & Culture
The Centre de musique baroque de Versailles designs bespoke local activities and outreach projects, notably for youngsters.
Sheet music, books, CDs and DVDs. The Centre de musique baroque de Versailles offers a variety of publications.
The CMBV has multiple ressources: a specialised library, digital resources, stage set & costume collections, musical instruments, 18 rehearsal rooms, etc.