Audrey Fleurot, Déborah François and Julien Fournié were at the Opening Ceremony of the 60th Monte Carlo Television Festival on Friday, June 18th. The two actresses were dressed for the occasion by their accomplice fashion designer.
.Julien Fournié and Déborah François arrived together in Monte Carlo to participate in this Opening Ceremony which promises to be festive as it marks the 60th anniversary of the Festival chaired by His Serene Highness, Prince Albert II of Monaco. After attending this prestigious event in the Salle des Princes of the Grimaldi Forum, which will be followed by the preview screening of the “Reyka” series, entirely produced in South Africa, the country of origin of Princess Charlene of Monaco, the two friends will also participate in the After Party organized at the Monte Carlo Beach.
The tenth edition of “Musiques en Fête,” broadcast from the ancient theater of Orange at the opening of the 2021 edition of the Chorégies was festive. This edition was an opportunity to showcase the quality and artistic richness of this legendary festival, the oldest in France. 25 soloists, 200 orchestral musicians and choristers offered an exceptional show programmed and conceived by Alain Duault.
For the occasion, three lyric singers called on Julien Fournié for their exceptional outfits on this legendary stage, beating all audience records for a program devoted to opera and broadcast simultaneously on France 3 and France Musique on Friday. June 18, 2021, at 9:05 p.m. It will also be scheduled on June 25 at 9:00 p.m. on TV5 Monde.
Mezzo-soprano Marina Viotti, who has already asked Julien Fournié to imagine his wardrobe for recitals, has, of course, worn new outfits by her favorite French couturier for his three appearances.
Soprano Jeanne Gérard, named one of the revelations of the Victoires de la Musique Classique this year, sang two great arias, one of which was taken from a legendary musical. Julien Fournié imagined outfits for her that particularly highlight her complexion and her sensuality.
Soprano Erminie Blondel performed two arias by Verdi, notably in an embroidered dress and ensemble for the evening.
Julien Fournié is delighted to participate more and more actively in this annual celebration of recognized talents in the lyric art.
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