French Singing In Schools


TV5 MONDE :  French Singing In Schools with Caroline Moreau



A new and fun way to give students a taste of French language and culture while improving their vocabulary and confidence for oral examinations

Professional  French singer Caroline Moreau comes to your school with musician and actor Alain Servant, into a space which is convenient for you, with minimum disruption to your school day. 

Here is what happens during Caroline Moreau and Alain Servant’s visit (≈1 hour 20 min):

  • ConcertCaroline and Alain perform famous French songs (Zaz, Louane, Thomas Fersen, Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Serge Gainsbourg, Rita Mitsuko, etc…) for the students. (Caroline brings her sound system to your school.)
    • Students warm up : pronunciation & diction exercises, singing practice of French words with difficult sounds and rhythm games.


    • Singing together : The students sing 3 songs from Caroline’s list, which fit your curriculum. If you wish, you can prepare them ahead of Caroline’s and Alain’s visit . Each song has parts for soloists if some students  feel like singing on their own in the microphone.


  • Interactive French singing lesson : Caroline teaches fun and interactive songs with the students, which sums up everything that the students have learned during the session.

‘A few weeks after Caroline’s visit, we could still hear her songs being sung in the corridors by the students. That’s all we want as French teachers’ M. Tracey Loreto College Foxrock

The price is €450  for a “concert-workshop” in Dublin area, with a maximum of 120 students from around the same level of french or the same age group (Junior OR Senior), and €800 for 2 “concert-workshops” on the same day (Junior THEN Senior)

Price to be discussed for schools outside County Dublin.

Looking forward to hearing from you 

Price to be discussed for schools outside County Dublin.

For booking/infos “French Singing In Schools”, please email:
 or phone Caroline: 085 725 65 29


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COVID September 2021: HSE Public Health guidance advises that choir practices and music practices/performances may pose a higher level of risk. In that regard special consideration should be given to how they are held ensuring that the room is well-ventilated and the distance between performers is maintained.