Marie Modiano

Marie Modiano

Marie Modiano is a singer, songwriter, poet and novelist. Her first album, I'm Not A Rose, was released in 2006 on the Naïve label. Outland (Naïve, 2008) and Ram on a Flag (Nest & Sound, 2013) followed, as well as the poetry collection Esperance Mathematique (L'Arbalète / Gallimard, 2012) that Peter von Poehl adapted to music for an album inspired by original New Wave soundtracks. On stage, Marie Modiano's highly personal mix of singing and speaking has become her trademark. In 2018, Marie Modiano simultaneously released her most ambitious album - Poor Song - and the collection of the same name, with song lyrics and 40 unpublished poems. He has also published two novels for Gallimard: Upsilon Scorpii in 2013 and Lointain in 2017. His books have been translated into German, Spanish and Swedish.

Anne Elsa Tremoulet
Beatrice Muthelet
Clement Noel
Fabrizia Sacchi
Jerome Lefranc
Marie Modiano
Peter von Poehl
Mauro Gioia
Charlotte Cushman
Lowes Cato Dickinson
John Gibson
Edmonia Lewis
Henry Wreford
Mary Wreford

Programme

Music And Silence

Ombra Felice Quartet

16th September
at 6pm

Béatrice Muthelet – alto, Clément Noel – oboe, Anne-Elsa Tremoulet – violin, Jerome Le Franc – cello

Open

Ballad Of The Spirits

Peter von Poehl and Marie Modiano

17th September
at 6pm

Open

I Am A phantom Fool

Fabrizia Sacchi

18th September
at 6pm

Open
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