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Mademoiselle et son orchestre

Mademoiselle et son orchestre

Mademoiselle et son orchestre


Mademoiselle et son Orchestre is a six piece band based in Beijing. They are the only group in China offering a unique repertoire of french songs. Their music is partly inspired by Gypsy Jazz. Using this swing style, Mademoiselle et son Orchestre re-invents the classic songs by Piaf, Brassens, Gainsbourg, and many other French composers. Their own tunes are spiced with humors and imaginative lyrics which bring the audience into the surreal dream world of Mademoiselle. Read more on Last.fm
Mademoiselle et son Orchestre is a six piece band based in Beijing. They are the only group in China offering a unique repertoire of french songs. Their music is partly inspired by Gypsy Jazz. Using this swing style, Mademoiselle et son Orchestre re-invents the classic songs by Piaf, Brassens, Gainsbourg, and many other French composers.

Their own tunes are spiced with humors and imaginative lyrics which bring the audience into the surreal dream world of Mademoiselle. The founder of the band is Mademoiselle: Marie-Claude LeBel. She is a singer and songwriter from Quebec. She arrived in Beijing in 2002 and immediately delved into the circle of Chinese underground musicians. Without speaking a word of Chinese, she began to communicate through her accordion, participating in many jam sessions.

She then founded the band Tripazia with a singer from Xian. In 2004 she created the band Panachee with Chinese and French musicians. Shortly after she began using the stage name Mademoiselle and started singing her own original material and jazz standards. She has participated in many music festivals, representing France for Europe Street and Extranvaganza festivals.

She was a headliner for Ditan Music Festival in 2008, 09, 10, and 2011. She has also collaborated with famous Chinese artists such as Hao Yun (Universal), A Duo and Cao Fang (Modern Sky), Li Dong, both touring and doing studio work. In 2010 she played with the famous French singer Olivia Ruiz, who was on tour in China. The other musicians, French and Chinese, all live in Beijing, and are active musicians within the jazz, rock and electronic scenes. Clarinet / tenor sax : Moretso Guitar / Voice : Vince Guitar / solo guitar : Mathieu Wahiche Double Bass : E.T. Drums : Nicolas Mège Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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