Le jeune choeur de Paris was founded by Laurence Equilbey to give young singers a training that gives both solo and ensemble singing equal place in the curriculum.  The training takes place at the département supérieur pour jeunes chanteurs | CRR de Paris; during the year, the group of students gives concerts under the flag of le jeune choeur de Paris.

Since its foundation, the educational programme at the Conservatory has seen the graduation an impressive number of singers who master not only the ‘traditional’ solo repertoire, but are also well trained in singing in (small and larger) ensembles, act  in theatre and multi-media performances, and as a result  have found their way to solo work and chamber choirs on international stages.

The jeune choeur de Paris was under the direction of Laurence Equilbey and Geoffroy Jourdain from 2002 to 2010. The current directors are Henri Chalet and Olivier Bardo.