Le Salon Lyrique

Ágnes Lőrincz and Marie Hamard met at the Haute Ecole de Musique of Geneva. Both passionate about chamber music, they explore infinite charm of the classical repertory. Partners and actresses, Ágnes and Marie have taken a special interest in promoting this music to a larger audience, by giving a modern and dynamic twist to their performances.
They arranged a program called “Life is a Cabaret” bringing together Britten, Poulenc, Satie, Hahn, Bolcom arias …
They regularly perform recitals, in Studio Kodály of Geneva for exemple, at the Haute Ecole de Musique of Geneva and also propose private concerts.
Marie and Ágnes keep up practising chamber music by participating to master classes. Marie received valued advices from Ann Murray, Thomas Allen and Roger Vignoles during the prestigious Young Artists Programme at Snape Maltings (Aldeburgh) while Ágnes perfects to Márta Gulyás and Luis Fernando Perez. Enriched by all these experiences, both artists are in a constant search for harmony and share it with generosity.

Crédits photographiques ©Augustin Laudet


Recital « Le Coeur en forme de Fraise »

With this recital, you will fly away for a mad escape in the Europe of the thirties, with works by Poulenc, Britten, Weill, Bolcom, Satie, Messenger, Yvain, etc …
Borrowing nostalgia, tenderness, and a good dose of humor, this show unveils the theater of Love, in a silky blend of atmospheres.
A volcanic and delicate spectacle!

Recital « Fééries enChantées »

This is a recital that will invite you into mysterious and fantastic realms! Allow yourself to be transported to a world suffused with fairy, magic and supernatural beauty. An imaginary journey through the works of Debussy, Ravel, Ligeti, Mendelssohn… You will meet the Sleeping Beauty, Shéhérazade, witches, fauns, spectres… Guaranteed escape !

Recital « Colloque Amoureux »

From admiration to passion, from desire to hate, feelings of love are at the heart of this recital, blending Wolf’s lieder, Cornelius’ duets and frenchs songs. Between bliss, languor and folly, this trio offers a facetious moment, cadenced by the characters’ conflicted emotions. Bringing together music, poetry and theatre, this programme is a hymn to love, deployed in all its facets.