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Christine Lajarrige enjoys a busy and varied career as a chamber musician and recitalist. She collaborates frequently with Michel Piquemal, both as his recital partner and as accompanist for the Michel Piquemal Vocal Ensemble and the Chœur Régional Vittoria d'Ile de France with whom she has performed Brahms' Requiem and Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle in the versions for two pianos. She has also worked with many leading French musicians, including Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Jean-Claude Casadesus, Marc Soustrot, Danielle Borst, Béatrice Uria-Monzon, Marie-Ange Todorovitch, and Jean-Luc Viala. In 1995, together with Gérard Caussé and Alain Marion, Christine Lajarrige took part in a series of Schubertiades organised by the Fondation France Télécom and in 1996 she was invited by Alain Marion to give duo recitals in Taiwan.

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