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Marina Celeste

Marina Celeste

Marina Celeste


Сomposer, Songwriter and interpret, Marina Celeste's passion for the music commenced at 12 when she first learned to play piano, from then on kept on growing and wrote her first song at the age of 17. After she graduated from High School, she studied law while her dream to sign remained. The turning point was when Marina met Marc Collin, composer, arranger and producer, who revealed her to the public and encouraged her to keep creating. From that moment on, Marina invests herself exclusively in music and composition. Read more on Last.fm
Сomposer, Songwriter and interpret, Marina Celeste's passion for the music commenced at 12 when she first learned to play piano, from then on kept on growing and wrote her first song at the age of 17. After she graduated from High School, she studied law while her dream to sign remained. The turning point was when Marina met Marc Collin, composer, arranger and producer, who revealed her to the public and encouraged her to keep creating. From that moment on, Marina invests herself exclusively in music and composition. The artistic color of her songs is an easily recognizable sound; from original melodies to a sensual and a soft voice evoking themes that are heartfelt, as well as revealing feelings with deep emotions and subtlety. Mother of two children, childhood is a theme that Marina is fond of; simply evoked or sometimes explicit as it is the case on the playful Astral one fairies, a true musical story dedicated to the children, which Marina has illustrated herself since she has also invested herself in drawing.

In 2004, Marc Collin, father of the project "Nouvelle Vague", which success keeps on growing, invites her to sing two tracks for the first "Nouvelle Vague" album: "Has forest" and "Sorry for laughing". Since then, Marina brings her unique voice to "Nouvelle Vague" and shares it live with the public, along side of Camille, when touring in Paris and other major world cities. Thanks to Nouvelle Vague, Marina's carrier takes a jump forward. She gets noticed by a Japanese label, Rambling Records, and her first album, Acidulé, is launched in Japan in March 2005. The album delivers an entertained look onto the world; a feigned innocence, a sensual femininity, as this is the case on "les fleurs", or a poetic trip as in "les temps élastique", or one finds again the irony of cynical love with "Sur les bords de la Seine". All the moods of Marina are reflected in those songs; often fragile and melancholic as on "Mon centre de gravité", "Raplaplat".

"Acidulé" is therefore a very personal and intimate album, from which is sometimes felt a dreamlike atmosphere. The original melodies of Marina are sublimated by Marc Collin musical electronic arrangements, mixing pop and bossa nova together. The release of Acidulé is followed by that of Cinéma Enchanté, a project which brings once more Marina and Marc around an original idea: a collection of songs which marked the cinema of the 1960s. Certain melodies remained immortal as "Amour, amour", a song track from the movie "Peau d'âne", and others which have been a little forgotten, such as " Sans toi " a song track from "Cléo de 5 à 7" directed by Agnes Varda. What makes this album unique and priceless, is that is gives a second life to certain songs such as "Max et les ferrailleurs" or "Pas pris pas vu " d'Ennio Morricone, which was interpreted by Mireille Mathieu back in the days. Cinéma Enchanté is above all an album that celebrates the age of the cinéma of the "Nouvelle Vague", with an acoustic Brazilian sound. Indeed, the 60's are a recurring topic in Marina's artistic universe, very visible in the video clip "Eisbaer", a track of Nouvelle Vague second album entitled "Bande à Part".

We find hence forth the voice of Marina on four titles: "Eisbaer", "Fade to grey ", "Waves" and "O Pamela" and the scenic adventure continues along with Phoebe Kildeer, Mélanie Pain and Gérald Toto. 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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