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Thursday 28 June 2018, by Elsa

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The Mézière Castle

The Mézière Castle was the home of the same family since 1893. This castle, situated in the Loir Valley, is built on a Gallo-Roman city hence its name "Mézière".
It belonged to the family of Taillevis for generations. Raphael de Taillevis was a physician and friend of the King of Navarre, Antoine de Bourbon, Duke of Vendome, father of Henry IV.
The King of Navarre and Jeanne d’Albret were married in Moulins (Allier) and came into wedlock in the Vendômois. They regularly came to the Mézière castle. The poet Ronsard found the opportunity to compose a poem filled with delicacy following this royal event.
With time passing, the castle has changed. It retains all its charm, with its small chapel, carved porch (1555) and fireplaces encrusted with slates as in Chambord.

Jasmine Rivière-Poupon, costume designer

Jasmine was always passionate about fashion and costumes, covering page after page with designs of princess dresses and spy outfits ever since she learned how to hold a pen. In 2015, through cosplay, she went from paper to cloth, and learned to sew so she could turn her dream costumes into reality.

Mathieu Bolcato, composer

Mathieu Bolcato is a saxophonist, singer, choirmaster and composer. He currently conducts the vocal ensemble Lumen Laulu (1st prize in the national competition of the Florilège Vocal de Tours). He is the assistant choir conductor of Mikrokosmos (Grand Prix of the Tolosa International Competition), and plays in the saxophone ensemble Val de Sax.
He has written many compositions for voice, ranging from melodies with piano to pieces for a large mixed choir. He also took part in the writing of the score for the video game Luor, developed by Clément Willay.

Chateau de la Vaudouriere

Located in the heart of the Loire Valley, this beautiful property is the ideal place to stay for relaxation, sightseeing, and complete immersion into the French culture. La Vaudouriere is a very special historic property once owned by Joseph-Alexandre de Musset, the grandfather of the 19th century poet Alfred de Musset. Alfred’s father and all his siblings were born at la Vaudouriere, which also served as hunting grounds, and baptized at the church in Lunay located approximately 4 km (2.5 miles) from the domain.

Pierre Lambla, musical recording

Born in 1974, Pierre Lambla studied at the CNR Strasbourg. After starting to play the violin, he changed to the classical saxophone before completing his history of music and direction of wind ensembles and tuba degree.
It is in the heart of the Loir Valley where he settled, that he assembled a home / studio / laboratory of semi-troglodyte sound experiments.
Pierre Lambla is also a music teacher involved with local schools. He regularly teaches in the form of workshops dealing with improvisation, the technique of wind instruments and the practice of musical theater.

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