Corinne LAPORTE, Soprano
Born in Paris, Corinne Laporte studied classical literature at La Sorbonne and political sciences at Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.
She also took the final diploma at Ecole Normale de Musique-Alfred Cortot, under the direction of Madame Geneviève Touraine, Francis Poulenc’s close friend and interpreter.
After her teacher passed away, Corinne Laporte gave courses at Ecole Normale during more than fifteen years.
As a soloist, she is regularly asked, in France and abroad, in a large repertoire with orchestra, guitar and piano.
Ambassador of French music, she sang and gave masterclasses in Argentina, Japan, Morocco and Israel, contributing in the rediscovery of little known French works.
She enjoys writing, under her double name: Corinne Laporte du Montel, musical pieces and stories dedicated to famous French writers (Victor Hugo, George Sand, Voltaire), musicians (Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Charles Gounod, Jacques Offenbach), painter (Carmontelle) and architect (Jules Hardouin-Mansart).
For young children, she published “Chantons sur l’alphabet” (Editions Lemoine).
Corinne Laporte du Montel - Master Classes - Extraits de cours
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