Denis Raisin Dadre (whose name may also be particular as Denis Raisin-Dadre) is a France flutist focusing on Renaissance music. He went to conservatories in Lyon, Geneva, and Paris, attaining his bachelor’s level in musicology and a performer’s certificate in flute, and proved helpful as an orchestral flutist. He also became a member of the flute trio I Dilletanti and in 1990 founded the Renaissance “damaged consort” of voices and equipment called Outfit Doulce Mémoire (Special Memory Outfit). In his use that group he directs innovative, fresco-like stage occasions that try to portray confirmed type of music from the Renaissance in the framework in which it will have been discovered during its period. The results add a Renaissance cabaret, stagings of tales, and a royal Requiem program. With Outfit Doulce Mémoire Dadre provides won prestigious documenting awards, like the Gran Prix de l’académie Charles Cros, the Choc de la Musique, the Diapason d’or, as well as the ffff Télérama. He shows ancient music in the Country wide Regional Conservatory of Trips and bases Outfit Doulce Mémoire there. His later on recorded efforts consist of Morales’ Workplace des Ténèbres du Monde (2002), du Caurroy’s Les Meslanges (2005), and Laudes (2009).