The Coupleux-Lassalle Foundation, particularly attached to projects related to voice, is in music and supports Cumulus actions for creating music and contemporary dance.
It is the first financier of the Format Raisins festival .
Its name pays homage to several prestigious ancestors of the founders, Florence and Philippe Coupleux-Magnen Magnen. Florence Coupleux-Magnen among his ancestors three brothers, major factors pianos, Paul, Leo and Eloi Coupleux. It invented before himself Hammond, one of the first electronic organs. Philippe Magnen is the descendant of Jean Lassalle and Robert Lassalle, large renowned singers. Jean Lassalle created several roles of Jules Massenet.
The Coupleux-Lassalle Foundation created the Coupleux-Lassalle Price. In complicity with the Cumulus Association, the Foundation selects projects which are intended to be accommodated in the Grapes festival format.
Subject: Prix Coupleux–Lassalle price
IN 2015,FOUR SELECTED PROJECTS
Le Grand Vivant Choreography and dance Thieû Thierry Niang, with Vincent Dissez, on texts by Patrick Autréaux, created March 31, 2015 to the end of a writing residency at La Chartreuse de Villeneuve-lès-Avignon - National Center of the Scriptures show - at the Espace 1789 in Saint-Ouen. The show was given to the Marathon des Mots in Toulouse and will be hosted in the Avignon Festival in July 2015.
1 virgule 2 en partant du centre Work for voice and sculpture designed by Véronique Verstraete and Valerie Philippin creation in the Format Raisins festival.
Les lueurs se sont multipliées Creating Mikel Urquiza for instrumental ensemble. Creation by all L'Instant Donné, created under the Format Raisins festival.
Chant d’hiver musical Samuel Sighicelli. This show was created in February 24th, 2015 at the Theater de la Renaissance in Oullins, hosted at the Maison de la Musique in Nanterre, and in the Hexagon (Scene Nationale de Meylan). It will be resumed at the Theater of Privas, the Train Theater of Portes-lès-Valence, at the Espace Albert Camus in Bron and the Theater of Vienna.