Peter von Poehl (born 31 March 1972) is a Swedish singer-songwriter, composer, musician and director. He was born in Malmö. In the early 2000s he collaborated extensively with Bertrand Burgalat and his label Tricatel, notably on Michel Houellebecq's album "Présence humaine" (2000). For the tour that followed the album, v Poehl cast a group of musicians in Paris that was to become A.S Dragon, the backing band of the label. Over the next two years, the group lent its services to artist such as Alain Chamfort, Depeche Mode and Burgalat himself. When the label's recording studio in Paris closed, v Poehl, went to produce records for other artists, many of them part of the French music scene, such as Doriand ("Le Grand Bain"), Lio ("Dites au Prince Charmant"), Florian Horwath ("We Are All Gold") Vincent Delerm ("Les Piqûres d'araignée") Marie Modiano ("Outland"). V Poehl has equally composed soundtracks for films, such as Kristina Buozyté's "Vanishing Waves" (2012) and Valerie Donzelli's "Main Dans La Main" (2012), the highly awaited follow-up of "La Guerre est Déclarée" (2011), which also featured music by von Poehl. Peter von Poehl has composed original music for Simon Backès' documentary about J.R.R. Tolkien's work and words (2014).
Béatrice Muthelet – alto, Clément Noel – oboe, Anne-Elsa Tremoulet – violin, Jerome Le Franc – cello