Méliades Quatuor Vocal Féminin

Biographie Méliades Quatuor Vocal Féminin

Meliades Quatuor
Created following an artistic and human encounter, between four musicians - Anaïs Vintour, Delphine Cadet, Marion Delcourt and Corinne Bahuaud – with rich and varied backgrounds, Méliades offers feminine polyphonies of the 20th and 21st centuries which are so rarely played. They collaborate with the new generation of composers, such as Guillaume Prieur, Jean-Christophe Rosaz, Pascal Caumont, Julien Reynaud, Pascal Zavaro, Thierry Machuel or Patrick Burgan, to whom they sometimes order works.

Hence the Quatuor interprets many repertoires, both sacred or profane, learned or popular, sung or spoken. The timbres’ harmony of the four singers is the characteristic of the Quatuor Meliades’ sound. They also perform individually, as soloists or choir singers, in prestigious ensembles such as : L'ensemble Pygmalion, Le Concert d'Astrée, Spirito, Les Talents Lyriques, Mikrokosmos, the Maîtrise de Notre Dame de Paris, the Chœur de Radio France.

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