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Nathalie Bolo (Soprano)

Born: France

The French soprano, Nathalie Bolo, worked for two years at the Maîtrise Radio France in Paris (1983-1985). She participated in the show "Hurle France", directed by Jean-Louis Hourdin, as a singer and actress (1989). She continued her studies in the École Chanson de Paris (1990-1992).

After her arrival to Switzerland, Nathalie Bolo sang in various choirs: Aurore Choirs (1997-2005), Ensemble Vocal Euterpe of Lausanne, as a chorister and soloist. In May 2005 she took part in three concerts (Lausanne and Angers) as soloist with the Choeur Vivace under the direction of Christophe Gesseney. She is currently (2005) pursuing professional studies in classical singing for one year at the Institut de Ribaupierre de Lausanne.

Source: Ensemble Vocal Euterpe Website (December 2005), English translation by Aryeh Oron (March 2009)
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Aryeh Oron (March 2009)

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Christophe Gesseney

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DVD: BWV 245

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