Who is Julie Fuchs, soprano, who has made tears Laeticia Hallyday at the tribute to Johnny – Gala

Entertainment 19 December, 2017


Many personalities spoke at the tribute to Johnny Hallyday in the Church of the Madeleine, Saturday, 9 December. But faces less known to the general public, have also helped to sublimate this moment full of emotion. This is the case of Julie Fuchs, soprano who has sung an Ave Maria vibrant, who was deeply moved by Laeticia, the wife of Johnny.

The ceremony pays tribute to popular made by Johnny Hallyday, Saturday, December 9, in the Church of the Madeleine has been marked by many moments of emotion. Personalities close to the rocker expressed, reading texts or engaging testimonies like Line Renaud, Jean Reno, Patrick Bruel, Carole Bouquet or even Marion Cotillard. Others have left the music to express their sorrow as the musicians Matthieu Chédid, Yarol Poupaud, or Maxim Nucci. Faces less known to the general public have also contributed to this ceremony, a tribute worthy of the illustrious career of the idol of young people. The soprano Julie Fuchs has shown in delivering a Ave Maria de Schubert upsetting for the father Gilbert encensait the body of Johnny Hallyday. A very moving time for Laeticia who was not able to hold back his tears.

A native of Meaux, Julie Fuchs has studied at the Conservatoire d’avignon and then to the Board National Supérieur de Musique of Paris where she obtained the First prize for singing, with the congratulations of the jury. In 2013, she joined for two years the troop of the opera of Zurich. In 2014, she received a Victoire de la musique as a lyric Artist of the year and released its first album in 2015, was hailed by critics.

The young woman, yet very accustomed to the scene did not hide her emotion as she shared on the social networks in the aftermath of its delivery. “Yesterday I had the great honor to interpret the Ave Maria of Schubert in the church of the Madeleine in tribute to Johnny Hallyday. It was very moving to sing in this place filled with so much love….”, one can read its page on Facebook.

So honoured and humbled to sing #Eglisedelamadeleine#JohnnyHallydayRip#hommagepic.twitter.com/CwSBiANcpb

— Julie Fuchs (@JulieFuchsPro) December 9, 2017Johnny HallydayLaeticia Hallyday

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