« The stunning Maîtrise de Toulouse »

Diapason Magazine


« …There’s probably nothing this choir couldn’t sing, and spectacularly well »

American Record Guide (USA)

« The revelation of the Maîtrise world in recent years »

Diapason Magazine (France)

« This conductor and this choir
should be followed »

Diapason Magazine (France)

« The music is delivered with clarity, verve
and exemplary control »

Amercian Record Guide (USA)


April 2021: 

March 2021: 

April 2020:  The Maîtrise is still singing during the lockdown!

January 2020: Please subscribe to our YouTube channel . You can find many films including interviews and musical extracts: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4XMl215-bJujBQVJ4ztoow

You can also find the Maîtrise on Spotify and Deezer (Search for La Maîtrise de Toulouse)

November 2017: The Maîtrise was awarded the Prix Bettencourt for choral music, presented by the Académie de Beaux Arts at the Institut de France on November 15th.



The choir’s latest CD of Music for a Royal Spanish Funeral was recorded in 2019 with the Sacqueboutiers, ensemble of early wind instruments. The central work is Victoria’s Requiem, joined by unknown works by Romero, Patiño and Marqués.  You can watch a presentation here:

To order a copy please contact our association:


The choir’s CD Slava ! has received glowing reviews including in the USA (Amercian Record Guide: “this choir is wonderful and deserves the accolades showered on it… they display a freshness and rhythmic alacrity that is uncommon.”) and Great Britain (Organists’ Review: “A thoroughly engaging and uplifting recording in every way. If I could give this six stars, I would!”)


The choir’s CD Noël Français has received 5 Diapasons in France from Diapason Magazine, who described the choir as the “revelation of the Maîtrise world of recent years” and four stars in the BBC Music Magazine, who called it an “utter pleasure”.  The CD was also one of the ‘essential releases’ of the week in the Sunday Times and the featured CD for the programme ‘Sacrées Musiques’ on France Musique.


Friday 24 june, 20h 
Temple du Salin, Toulouse
End of season concert
Works by Kodaly, Gibert, Leighton, Dyson, Stopford
Concert organisé en partenariat entre le Conservatoire de Toulouse et l’association des amis de l’orgue du Temple du Salin
Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles