Uploaded on Jan 14, 2010
is the artist who enrolls surely the pattern of "Polish roads on emigration. He was born in Warsaw, into the family with huge traditions. Professor Waldemar Voisé - Christophes Father - President of PAN (Polish Academy of Sciences), philosopher, author of many books, Irena Voisé, the prominent historian of arts, for many years curator of Wilanów Palace, Maestro Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Prof. Tatarkiewicz, Suchodolski, Elzenberg or poet, Zbigniew Herbert, was familiys friends and also many other different personalities as well, who shaped sensibility of a future composer
A life dedication to the piano and oboe, combined with a rich musical background, has helped him achieve a dream of becoming one of outstanding conductors in classical music today.
He began to play the piano at age four, in Warsaw, then, several years later, he was introduced to the oboe. After his successful studies in Conservatory in Paris, he won acclaim as solo oboist in Europe, then in United States, where at New Yorks Carnegie Hall, he evoked the wonder of the audience by his: exceptional grace and maturity.
Advised by Maestro Stanislaw Skrowaczewski to pursue his conducting career, Christophe Voisé has extensively performed throughout the World, receiving the enthusiastic critical acclaim of musicians, critics and music-lovers everywhere. The beautiful rendition of Mahlers Songs with Silesian Orchestra recognized him as a very gifted conductor, sensitive to the smallest details of the score - Stanislaw Skrowaczewski.
In the beginning of 1990, Christophe Voisé was presented to the legendary conductor, professor at the Yale University (CT-USA) Maestro Eleazar de Carvalho - the last student of Maestro Sergiej Koussevitsky. Under his guidance, Christophe Voisé achieved an unmistakable and thundering conducting level. a wonderful talent with a very fine musical base and extraordinary technical power - Eleazar de Carvalho.
The subject of many interviews, critics proclaimed that: the maturity and depth of his interpretation, his elegance and charm of conducting style, place him as an extremely talented and gifted artist .
Beside his brilliant conducting career, Christophe Voisé has also explored his other passion, hidden until today the composition.
Captivating presence and intense emotions hallmarks of the thru artist, has made him a most original conductor composer.
His STABAT MATER is a very musical and heartfelt piece, which deserves performance. I hope it will not be long before this work will be performed. It deserves a really fine performance - Lucas Foss.
His romantic and captivating music reminds me of the atmosphere of Mahler and Strauss () that compare to what Bloch did in his great Chelomo () He combines this great talent with being a master of orchestration - Christine Walevska.
In 2002, he is honorated by the proposition to write a Cantata using the poetry of the Pope, John Paul II.
This composition for bass, choir and orchestra will be played a few months later, during the International Concert organized for 25 years of Popes Pontificate. Over ten thousand people eyewitness the World Premiere of this composition at the Beautiful St. Mary Cathedral in Gdansk, north of Poland. The poem - Thinking of homeland is quote in the last Popes book Memory and identity therefore this work will be engraved forever in the composing repertoire of Christopher Voisé.
Many other compositions could attract your attention
The sustained excellence and ardor of his Piano Concerto Es-Dur, the irresistible pathos of the Esperanza 5 Songs for tenor, using the Love Sonnets by Pablo Neruda, cello-choir Rhapsody with Goethe poetry, cycle of Romantic Songs to the poetry by Gœthe, Schiller and Rückert, or the versatile aspects of his gigantesque STABAT MATER, provide us with intriguing performance, coupled with superb artistry and rare spiritual temperament.
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