Guest Lecturers

Choirs conducter
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Choirs conducter
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    Dominique Tille

    Dominique Tille, (Lausanne, 1980) is the founder and artistic director of several award-winning ensembles from the French-speaking part of Switzerland and has played an important role in the development of Swiss choir music.

    He studied singing and choir conducting in his native Lausanne and Geneva and improved his training in Germany attending the Art University of Berlin. Beyond Switzerland, he has been working for the last 15 years with choirs and artists across the main European cities and has established projects with groups in Africa.

    Well-known for his energy and dynamism, he combines strong professionalism with a lighthearted approach. He is often asked to lead for workshops where he inspires and grows singers of all ages and backgrounds.

    Passionate about music, voice and the choir scene, he is continuously looking for creative and innovative ways to deliver touching performances, keeping in mind both audiences and singers, and turning concerts into emotional immersive experiences.

    Those who have worked with him recognize the chameleon in him as he is proud to explore the power of choir and vocal music across all sorts of choir and vocal music. At ease with the interpretation of Baroque, Classical and Romantic composers he is also well versed into different genres including Jazz, Pop and Musical.

    He is currently based in New York where he devotes his time to conducting and studying singing, dance and theater.