Artistical direction : Asta Timukaité Lemiesle

Asta Timukaité Lemiesle was born in Vilnius (Lithuania) where her childhood was steeped in the choral music tradition of the Baltic countries, where choirs abound in every school, college and university.
From the age of seven, she sang in several choirs under the direction of renowned choirmasters.
After pursuing a higher education in music at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in VilniusAsta Timukaité Lemiesle went on to obtain her degree as choirmaster.
Initiated in the beauty of Gregorian chant at the Gregorian Choir of Vilnius, it was in France that she extended her knowledge of the Gregorian musical repertoire, at the Abbaye de Solesmes under the guidance of Dom. D. Saulnier, director of music Paleography.
Asta Timukaité Lemiesle continued her studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Music et de Danse de Paris, in the Gregorian Chant class of L-M. Vigne then at the Sorbonne, where she obtained her Master II with honours in musicology.

An active chorister in both the Paris Gregorian Choir and the Madrigal de Paris, Asta created and continues to direct the St. Ignatius Jesuit Church Choir in Paris. She is also professor in the vocal department at the Eric Satie Conservatoire de Musique, Paris VII.