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Emmanuelle Haïm (born in Parismarker, Francemarker, 1962) is a Frenchmarker harpsichordist and conductor. She has a particular interest in early music and Baroque music. She trained at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique et de Dansemarker in Parismarker. William Christie invited her to work with his ensemble Les Arts Florissants, as a continuo player and musical assistant. On Christie's recommendation, she later worked as a coach and assistant to Simon Rattle, as well as a guest artist with Rattle.

After several years, she left Les Arts Florissants to become a conductor. In 2000, she formed her own baroque era ensemble, Le Concert d’Astrée. She and her ensemble have performed at such venues as the Théâtre des Champs-Elyséesmarker (Paris) and the Barbican Centremarker (London).

Haïm's 2001 conducting debut with Glyndebourne Touring Opera, in a production of Handel's Rodelinda, brought her to wider artistic notice. She returned to Glyndebourne in 2006 to conduct their production of Giulio Cesare. On November 2, 2007, she became the first woman to conduct at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, conducting Giulio Cesare.

Haïm has a recording contract with Virgin Classics. Her collaborators have included Natalie Dessay, Ian Bostridge, Rolando Villazón, Susan Graham, Sara Mingardo and Laurent Naouri.

Haïm has been married and divorced. She and her partner, oboist Laurent Decker, have a daughter, Louise.

References

  1. Rupert Christiansen, "The Ms Dynamite of French baroque ". Telegraph, 31 December 2002.
  2. Richard Wigmore, "Belle of the Baroque". BBC Music Magazine, April 2004.
  3. Rian Evans, "St John Passion/Rattle". The Guardian, 15 February 2002.
  4. Ivan Hewett, "Seduced by moments of purest Enlightenment". Telegraph, 8 March 2005.
  5. Geoffrey Norris, " Right arm behind the rostrum produces a lacklustre delivery". Telegraph, 12 December 2005.
  6. Anthony Holden, "Don't break a leg, darling". The Observer, 18 December 2005.
  7. Rupert Christiansen, "Handel's heroine doesn't ring true". Telegraph, 20 November 2001.
  8. Hugh Canning, "Lightning conductor". The Times, 12 January 2003.
  9. Andrew Clements, "Giulio Cesare". The Guardian, 7 August 2006.
  10. Program, Giulio Cesare, Lyric Opera of Chicago 2007/8 season, page 29.
  11. von Rhein, John, "Trailblazer Haim sets conducting, family life to two-part harmony". Chicago Tribune, 28 October 2007.
  12. Andrew Clements, "Classical CD Handel: Delirio Amoroso; Mi Palpita Il Cor, Dessay/ Le Concert d'Astree/ Haim". The Guardian, 20 January 2006.
  13. Richard Wigmore, "Classical CDs of the week: Handel, Chabrier and more". Telegraph, 18 February 2006.
  14. Anthony Holden, "Handel, Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno". The Observer, 22 April 2007.
  15. Rupert Christiansen, " Who needs technique when you can produce music like this?" Telegraph, 14 January 2003.
  16. Richard Wigmore, "Classical CDs of the week: Monteverdi: L'Orfeo and more". Telegraph, 24 May 2004.
  17. Midgette, Anne, "L'Haïm" (July 2005). Opera News, 70 (1): pp. 38041.


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