Nachtlied, song by Philippe Hersant
on Georg Trakl’s poem, commissioned by the competition is now available on sale (Publisher: Durand).
Seventh Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Voice-Piano Competition
First round : Thursday 7 and Friday 8 November 2013
Semi-final: Saturday 9 November 2013
Final: Sunday 10 November 2013
Venue: Conservatoire national supérieur d'Art dramatique
(2bis, rue du Conservatoire – 75009 Paris)
Scholarships of the year (2012 - 2013):
Next recital of the VIth Nadia et Lili Boulanger International
Voice-Piano Competition's winners:
Thursday 10 January 2013, Fondation Singer-Polignac (Paris):
Scholarships of the year:
Award winners of the 6th Nadia and Lili Boulanger International
Voice-Piano Competition :
Sixth Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Voice-Piano Competition
First round (1): Thursday 10 November 2011
First round (2): Friday 11 November 2011
Semi-final: Saturday 12 November 2011
Final: Sunday 13 November 2011
All information available online on this website:
Song commissioned for the 2011 Competition’s final round
Les Bien-Yvres, song by Thierry Lancino expressly commissioned for the sixth edition of the Nadia and Lili Boulanger international Voice-Piano Competition, and supported by the Francis and Mica Salabart Foundation, is available on our website:
VIe Nadia and Lili Boulanger international Voice-Piano Competition’s regulations
The new regulations for the 2011 Competition are available online:
Concert Homage to Lili Boulanger, 17 June 2011
Friday 17 June 2011 at 8:45 pm
Église Notre-Dame des Blancs-Manteaux (12, rue des Blancs-Manteaux 75004 Paris)
Chœur Régional Vittoria d'Ile de France
Boris Mychajliszyn, conductor
Open the pdf attached
Ve Nadia and Lili Boulanger international Voice-Piano Competition award-winners’ recital
Irina de Baghy, soprano and Delphine Dussaux, piano
Cyrille Dubois, tenor and Tristan Raës, piano.
The concert was co-organised at the Singer-Polignac Foundation, Wednesday 1st December 2010, in memory of the friendship that linked princess Edmond de Polignac and Nadia Boulanger – who organised, programmed and artistically managed numerous concerts and recordings, but also gave her advice in particular on the works commissioned by the princess to famous composers.
Recently published: Nadia Boulanger, Lux æterna
Nadia Boulanger, Lux æterna, for medium voice, violin, cello, harp and organ, Leduc Editions (HA 9 748).
Lux æterna is an adaptation by Nadia Boulanger of her song Cantique, composed at the beginning of 1909 based on a text by Maurice Maeterlinck. The instrumentation is similar to Lili Boulanger’s Pie Jesu, composed in 1918, so that the two works can be performed during the same program.