• L’angiopathie moyamoya

  • Festival Singer-Polignac 2021

  • Ensemble Rayuela

  • Nocturne - Compagnie La Tempête

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Fondation Singer-Polignac

Founded in 1928, the Fondation Singer-Polignac is privately funded and dedicated to patronising the arts and sciences.

  • Quatuor Hanson - Not all cats are grey

    For their second album (Aparté), the Hanson Quartet chose to explore a programme about "night" by gathering works of Bartók, Ligeti and Dutilleux Read More
  • Specchio veneziano - Le Consort

    For their new album, Le Consort decided to confront two venitian composers: the unrecognized Giovanni Battista Reali and the famous Antonio Vivaldi. They were joined by cellist Victor Julien-Laferrière. Read More
  • Adrien La Marca - Chanson bohême

    Violist Adrien La Marca's new album is the result of his encounter with pianist Danae Dörken on a tv set during the pandemic. They recorded together to offer the audience Read More
  • Orpheus - Zadig Trio

    Zadig Trio's third CD is dedicated to Camille Saint-Saëns, whose 100th anniversary of his death is celebrated this year. Read More
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Singer-Polignac Medals 2020

On June 24th 2020, the board of governors has attributed medals to:

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