Ensemble Résonances

The Ensemble Resonances was born from the encounter of young musicians at the Lyon Conservatory, all sharing the same passion for early music. Their musical complicity as well as a common artistic sensibility have forged strong relationships over the years. After a solid training in the best European schools, the five musicians of the ensemble lead an intense musical career in numerous recognized ensembles and orchestras in France and abroad.

With two recorders (Julien Martin and Marine Sablonnière), viola da gamba (Victor Aragon), theorbo (André Henrich) and harpsichord (Esteban Gallegos), Resonances explores the wide and rich repertoire of chamber music of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Their performances were praised in numerous concerts in France and Europe.