© Guillaume Fauchère 2017
French conductor Guillaume Fauchère is currently based in Vienna, Austria. His large activities embrace the lyrical repertoire, choir and orchestra conducting. In January 2019 he will make his Debut with the Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich, conducting Mahler 1st  Symphony. During the 2017-2018 season he was working in Palermo with Gabriele Ferro, the artistic director of the Teatro Massimo. He was invited as a vocal coach and assistant conductor for the production of Rossini’s French grand opera Guillaume Tell, which opened the season. In August 2017 he performed with his “Ensemble Éclats de France” singing and conducting Berlioz Fauré and Poulenc at the magnificent Melk Abbey in Austria. This professional vocal ensemble, who’s repertoire is focused on French music, was founded in 2013. With this specialized group between 2015 and 2017 he was also performing baroque music with period instruments, from the famous Te Deum by Charpentier until first performances in Austria of lesser known French baroque composers like Henry Du Mont or Sébastien de Brossard. Up to this period, from 2009 to 2014 Guillaume studied and graduated in Orchestra Conducting at the prestigious University of Music and performing Arts Vienna with Professor Mark Stringer. During his study his was invited to conduct several scenic productions of the University three times, which were all acclaimed. “A sparkling and successful performance - celebrating the music of G.F. Händel”, as the Austrian Broadcasting critics wrote about the production of Händel’s oratorio Susanna. Furthermore, Guillaume Fauchère was an active member in the Arnold Schönberg Choir and he was singing under the direction of inspiring conductors like Sir Simon Rattle, Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Currently he is holding a lecturer position for Choir and Choir Conducting at the Jam Music Lab-Private University Vienna. Stand, 9th April 2018
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