One of the most difficult but important aspects of a countertenor's life is finding appropriate repertoire for such a unique voice. Reynaldo Hahn's A Chloris is one of the songs from the French mélodie repertoire that seems to fit this voice type like a glove, sung here with much elegance by Phillipe Jaroussky. Anyone know who the pianist is?
Update: A big thanks for the comment by pianoman - the pianist is in fact Jérôme Ducros.
Update: Another big thanks to Darrell for finding a longer clip of the video below with full documentation and credits: Part 1 of Une Invitation À La Mélodie Française: En compagnie de Philippe Jaroussky, directed by Louise Narboni. Look for more installments of this documentary in the next few weeks.