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Philippe Jaroussky

Philippe Jaroussky
Philippe Jaroussky, 2011 Misteria Paschalia Festival, Kraków Philharmonic
Born Philippe Jaroussky
(1978-02-13) February 13, 1978
Maisons-Laffitte,[1] France
Occupation Opera singer
Years active 1999–present
Website
www.philippejaroussky.fr

Philippe Jaroussky (born 13 February 1978) is a French countertenor. He began his musical career with the violin, winning an award at the Versailles conservatory and then took up the piano before turning to singing. He is noted for a virtuosic coloratura technique and for compelling and enlivened interpretations of baroque cantatas and operas.

Jaroussky was inspired to sing by the Martinique-born countertenor Fabrice di Falco.[2] He received his diploma from the Early Music Faculty of the Conservatoire de Paris. Since 1996, he has studied singing with Nicole Fallien.[3] He has formed his own ensemble called Artaserse, and also often performs with the Ensemble Matheus under Jean-Christophe Spinosi and with L'Arpeggiata under Christina Pluhar.

Reception and awards

According to La Terrasse, "this young singer with the tone of an angel and the virtuosity of the devil has come into the limelight in only a few years as the great new French vocal talent." He received the 2007 best French lyrical artist award. Jaroussky was awarded "The Best Singer of the Year" at the Echo Classic Awards, 2008. He also received an Echo Classic Award in 2012 for the Album Duetti, which he recorded together with Max Emanuel Cencic.

Discography

Charts
Year Album Credits Peak positions
BEL
Wa

FRA
[4]
2004 Un Concert pour Mazarin Philippe Jaroussky &
Jean Tubéry
132
2005 Vivaldi: Virtuoso cantatas Philippe Jaroussky 128
2006 Vivaldi: Heroes Philippe Jaroussky &
Jean Christophe Spinosi
26
2007 Carestini Philippe Jaroussky 30
2008 Nisi Dominus / Stabat Mater - Vivaldi Marie-Nicole Lemieux,
Philippe Jaroussky,
Jean-Christophe Spinosi,
Ensemble Matheus
82 11
Carestini - The Story of a Castrato Philippe Jaroussky &
Emmanuelle Haim
87 92
2009 Opium - Mélodies françaises Philippe Jaroussky 46
JC Bach - La dolce fiamma Philippe Jaroussky 84 20
2010 Stabat Mater & Motets to Virgin Mary Philippe Jaroussky 167
Les stars du classique Philippe Jaroussky 155
Caldara in Vienna - Forgotten Castrato Arias Philippe Jaroussky 78 36
2011 Fauré: Requiem Philippe Jaroussky,
Matthias Goerne,
Paavo Järvi
74
Duetti Philippe Jaroussky 66
2012 La voix des rêves Philippe Jaroussky 36
La voix des rêves / The Voice Philippe Jaroussky 90 49
2013 Farinelli: Porpora Arias Philippe Jaroussky,
Venice Baroque Orchestra,
Andrea Marcon
106 10
Pergolesi: Stabat Mater, Laudate Pueri & Confitebor Philippe Jaroussky 74
2014 Pietà - Sacred Works Philippe Jaroussky 28
List

References

  1. ^ """Philippe Jaroussky: "Je cherche la magie originelle du baroque (in French).  
  2. ^ http://www.stevedow.com.au/Default.aspx?id=479
  3. ^ http://www.c7m.co.uk.qbicinternet.com/artistdetail.asp?ID=42
  4. ^ LesCharts.com: Philippe Jaroussky page

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Official website (French)
  • Philippe Jaroussky (Erato)
  • Concerts Parisiens
  • Performance of aria "Vedrò con mio diletto" (Vivaldi, "Il Giustino") on YouTube
  • Philippe Jaroussky recordings on Virgin Classics
  • New York Times Sunday Magazine profile
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