Sète: discover the winner of the Brassens Trophy who will perform next June at the Théâtre de la Mer

The final of the competition was held on Friday March 3, in front of the large audience of the conservatory of Sète.

They were five finalists. Five gathered on the stage of the Conservatoire de Sète this Friday evening, March 3, to try to win the prestigious Brassens Trophy. With, at the end of the day, the first part at the Théâtre de la Mer of a renowned artist, as part of the festival “When I think of Fernande”, which will take place next June.

A “huge honour”

And it was Valentin Vander, 31, who won the bet, in front of an attentive audience of 400 people. Humor, emotion, this talented author, composer, arranger, musician, performer from Saint-Evroult-Notre-Dame-du-Bois (Orne) was able to seduce the jury. “I won a superb trophy, it is very beautiful, magnificent, a handcrafted trophy is rare. I would like to salute the great cohesion of the team which organizes the event, they all do this together with joy. good humor is exactly the spirit of Georges Brassens I believe… I would like to thank all the singers with whom I had the pleasure of sharing the stage tonight, they are absolutely wonderful. And obviously, it’s a huge honor to be the winner, I have been in love with Georges Brassens since I was little.”, confides Valentin with a lot of emotion following his victory.

Valentin Vander, 31, will be on stage at the Théâtre de la Mer in June.
Midi Libre – Correspondent

The Georges Brassens trophy is organized each year on the initiative of the Georges Brassens club with the support of the municipality of Sète, the Fernande festival, and France bleu Hérault. It was in the “Manitas De Platas” auditorium that the five finalist artists were able to present three of their songs from their repertoire.

Audience Award and Plume d’Or

The public prize, as well as an invitation to perform on a Sète stage as part of a show organized by the club during the year, was awarded to the young Lyana Dièse, a very promising artist just 16 years old And it was to MOrisse, singer-songwriter and illustrator, that the prize for the Plume d’or was awarded. She will have the opportunity to perform on March 18 at the Salle Tabouriech. An artist with a soft and delicate universe, musical texts illustrated in images by sketches made by the artist.

Marie Brune, president who knew how to make this evening memorable, concludes: “Exceptional evening for exceptional artists. Next meeting at the Théâtre de la Mer next June and all my thanks to all the participants in this event..”

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