The Sartene men’s choir was created by Jean-Paul Poletti in 1995.
Composed of 5 men, the group constantly invents musical spaces of classical form, nourished by the past, but of contemporary inspiration.
The Choir dreams of inscribing Mediterranean polyphony in the history of classical music, which is no longer a utopia. In the Corsican musical universe, the Choir holds an atypical place, its classically trained singers giving a particular sound to traditional polyphony.
Sound and accuracy are their credo, tireless workers. This group is constantly questioning itself, which allows it to move forward and progress by exploring new musical forms.
Respect for the public and for the great lady of music is also the concern of these singers, who are always striving for perfection, not content with the black and white of the score, but trying to bring colour to it.
The different repertoires of the group oscillate between profane and sacred, trying to convey emotion, an idea of the Corsican soul and the mysteries of this island, in short what is invisible to the eyes.
Since 1995, they have been performing all over the world and on the most important stages (Mexico, China, Korea, United States, Austria, Belgium, Russia, etc.), trying to transmit a part of themselves to the public.