At the same time as his secondary studies, Bernard Hédin entered the CNR in Lille and then the organ class of Michel Chapuis at the CNR in Besançon. He obtained several gold medals and awards for improvement in these two establishments (organ, musical training, writing). In 1984, he participated alongside Pierre Host and Philippe Lefebvre in the establishment of a regional policy in favour of the organ in Nord Pas-de-Calais. He created and coordinated the inventory of the 526 organs of this region: two volumes were published in the heritage books (Pas-de-Calais and Flanders). He organized the first national organ days in Lille, created the Alexandre Guilmant organ competitions in Boulogne-sur-Mer, de Wasquehal, and set up the «Les orgues chantent en Pas-de-Calais» season.
Étienne VALLIN started the organ at LENS with Bernard Hédin then Nicolas Bucher in the organ class of the municipal school of music accredited State of Lens where he obtained in 2003 a first prize. He worked on improvisation with Michel Alabau and perfected his skills with Michel Chapuis (organ) and Jean Saint-Arroman (musicology) at the Comminges International Academy. In 2003, he won the organ prize of the International Academy of the Comminges.He is organist at Saint-Léger de Lens and Saint-Vaast de Béthune. His interest in organ building led him to take courses with the organiers. He took part in the national inventory of the organs of Pas-de-Calais and collaborated in that of Nord.
Born in 1985 in Kazan, Russia, Adelya Fayrushina began her musical studies with the piano. She graduated in 2009 from the Kazan State Conservatory in Russia where she was guided and inspired by her teachers, pianists Elsa Ahmetova and Nelli Sokolova. In addition to perfecting the piano, she discovered the harpsichord but especially the organ, which instantly became a passion.Since 2015 she lives in France, where she continues her studies in the organ class of Sophie Retaux, the harpsichord in the class of Emer Buckley, improvisation in the class of Samuel Liegeon and jazz with Jeremie Ternoy.
She is particularly interested in chamber music, she plays in duo, trio on piano, harpsichord or organ. In 2016 and 2017 she took part in the «l'Air de rien» festival in Lille where she played on the organ and harpsichord with the professional orchestra (OFP baroque). She plays concerts in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, Belgium and Morocco. In 2004, she won first prize at the International Competition of Young Pianists in Vavilov, Russia, but also other awards in 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine, 2010 in St.Petersburg and 2012 in Kazan.
His repertoire is rather eclectic. Indeed, it revolves around romantic and baroque music, through its favorite composers - Bach, Chopin and Liszt - but also jazz.Today she likes to share her interpretation with the utmost respect for the work as written by the composer while adding her own sensitivity.
Born in 1984, Richard Labalette worked on the piano for 8 years in the music school of Sequedin. He then began the organ at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Reims, with Pierre Méa.
Admitted to the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Douai, he continued his studies with Jean-Pierre Rolland and Sylvain Heili. He also studied chamber music and musical training, for which he obtained the CEM with honors.
Richard Labalette studied at the Faculty of Musicology in Reims and is a certified teacher in music education and choral singing. He currently teaches at Albert Debeyre College in Loos.
In March 2019, he was appointed organ teacher for the music school of Comines (France). That same year, Richard became organist of the church of Saint Vaast in Bethune.
Since September 2021 he is appointed organist of the church Saint Léger in Lens.