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William Christie

Music in Times of COVID: In Conversation with William Christie and Claire Roserot de Melin

William Christie is an American-born French conductor and harpsichordist. He pioneered the renewal of French baroque music. His seventeenth-century manor in Thiré (Vendée) hosts a yearly baroque music festival.

Christie and Claire Roserot de Melin discuss the impact of COVID-19 on musicians: how France has protected musicians, and why other countries should do the same.

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