Dijon Opera Chorus
Composed of 22 permanent lyric artists and supplemented with freelance singers for large productions, the Dijon Opera Chorus was created in 2001 to perform the major works of the repertoire. The Chorus regularly works with prestigious orchestral and choir conductors, including Roberto Rizzi Brignoli, Pascal Verrot, Daniel Kawka, Patrick Ayrton, Thomas Rösner, among others. It participates in concerts and lyric productions, in works from the repertoire ranging from the 18th century to the first half of the 20th century. Among the Dijon Opera Chorus’ projects is the premiering and interpretation of contemporary works, in particular works written by Brice Pauset, composer‐in‐residence at the Dijon Opera.