Bruno Boterf is a higher tenor well-known in the France early music picture. After learning musicology and artwork history, Boterf focused on a performing profession. He became a normal performer of Baroque opera beneath the batons of Marc Minkowski, William Christie, Jean-Claude Malgoire, and Hervé Niquet, but he also was performing Renaissance music with groupings such as for example Les Witches, Akademia, Outfit européen William Byrd, and La Fenice, and modern music using the Groupe Vocal de France and Outfit 2E2M. He was an associate of the Outfit Clément Janequin for just two decades, departing in 2007 to focus on teaching on the Travels Conservatoire and founding his very own vocal ensemble, Ludus Modalis, which targets precise period efficiency of pre-Baroque, polyphonic music. Ludus Modalis recordings show up on the Memoryée label, and Boterf could be heard with different ensembles on Alpha, Erato, CBS, Audivis, and various other labels.