Artists Pascal Sausy

Pascal Sausy began studying piano at the age of seven and percussion at the Versailles Conservatory in the classes of Jacques Coulaud and Sylvio Gualda, while at the same time studying voice with Georges Jollis, Maurice Brach and Irène Sicot. He has performed on stage and in concert in the classical repertoire while at the same time placing emphasis on contemporary music: he has performed and premiered works by Pascal Dusapin, Klaus Huber, Alain Bancquart, Philippe Mion, Thierry Lancino, Wolfgang Rihm, Giacinto Scelsi, Paul Mefano, Gérard Pesson, Philippe Leroux, Henri Pauly-Laubry, François Paris, Francis Courtot, Bruno Giner, and Marc André with the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Ensemble intercontemporain, Itinéraire, 2e2m, Accroche Note, Arditti Quartet, Octuor de violoncelles, Ensemble Fa, in Paris, Strasbourg, Royaumont and at numerous international festivals. Pascal Sausy has sung with the Ensemble instrumental de Grenoble in Thamos by Mozart and the St. John Passion by Bach as well as with numerous other ensembles in such works as Elias by Mendelsssohn, the Requiems of Mozart and Fauré, and the St Cecilia Mass by Haydn. A Heldenbaritone, Sausy has sung the tenor solos in the Messa di Gloria by Puccini and will sing the role of Monostatos in The Magic Flute in Saint-Céré. He is currently studying with Isabelle Guillaud.

Pascal Sausy

  • Performer (baritone)

Appearances

empreintes DIGITALes / IMED 9632, IMED 9632_NUM / 1996

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