CHARLOTTE GAUTHIER

A graduate of the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, Charlotte Gauthier began her singing career in 2012 at the Sofia Opera on a Werther production directed by Giuseppe Sabbatini. She then works for the Théâtre du Châtelet; Sunday in the park with George (directed by David Charles Abell), My fair lady (directed by Jayce Ogren), Into the Woods (directed by David Charles Abell), A flowering tree (directed by Jean-Yves Ossonce), Il Re Pastore (Dir Jean-Christophe Spinosi), Singin ‘in the Rain (directed by Gareth Valentine then Stephen Betteridge), Kiss me Kate (directed by David Charles Abell), 42nd Street (directed by Gareth Valentine) …
Radio France will call on her to, among other things, accompany the choir to the inaugural concert of the new auditorium around a repertoire of operetta and French songs under the direction of Stéphane Petitjean.
In 2016, his meeting with the Pasdeloup Orchestra will lead him to perform at the Paris Philharmonic alongside singer Liz Callaway during the “American Dreams” concert.
For the 2017/2018 season, Charlotte will be assistant conductor and pianist on Grease’s production at the Mogador Theater and will take part in the sequel to Singin ‘in the Rain at the Grand Palais.
In addition to her classical music activities, she regularly accompanies the Pierre Choir (musical comedy) and forms, the “Bec et Ongles” duet with the singer Sarah Bloch, in which she co-composes songs with classical influences / cabaret.

BENJAMIN PRAS

Having started music at a very young age, Benjamin Pras studied at the Regional Conservatory of Paris, awarded with a piano prize, an organ prize, and a prize for accompaniment. He then perfected himself with great musicians (François-HenriHoubart, Dominique Merlet, Anne Grapotte, Markus Hadulla, Paul Goussot and many more…) and received in 2013 the Florenz Grand Prix of the Academy of Fine Arts. He is currently pursuing a career as a recitalist and performs in a variety of formations ranging from opera to improvised music.