Lunae Orchestra, conducted by Florian Caroubi
Michel Régnier, Notes et documents pour l’histoire de la campagne lyonnaise de l’Empire à la belle époque… VOURLES, le canton de Saint-Genis-Laval et ses environs

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Recently, we assisted the LUNEA orchestra and the publication of a historical book by Michel Régnier.

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Orchestre Lunae

The Lunae orchestra, directed by Florian Caroubi, conductor and concert pianist, is an intergenerational symphonic ensemble of more than 60 amateur musicians from all walks of life, united by a common passion and an unfailing enthusiasm.

This orchestra aims to popularize music, especially so-called “classical” music. Approximately 10 concerts are held yearly in the Lyon metropolitan area and more widely in the Rhône department to meet new audiences. The exchange with professional musicians is permanent, helping to ensure high-quality concerts. The orchestra accompanies talented soloists for each program, emphasizing young talent at the beginning of their musical careers, and strives to offer programs accessible to all.

Publication: Michel Régnier

Notes and documents of the Lyon countryside history from the empire to the Belle Époque… VOURLES, the canton of Saint-Genis-Laval and its surroundings.

A small town where great history meets local history: the Napoleonic epic told by a “grognard”1 of Vourles who shares his memories in his diary, the astonishing life of the painters Duclaux (Vourles) and Frenet (Charly), the 1st World War and many delightful anecdotes from local life!

1Soldier of the old guard, under Napoleon I.