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Amandine Beyer

Amandine Beyer studied violin in her native Aix-en-Provence and Paris, completing a Master’s Degree on the works of Karlheinz Stockhausen. Interest in the baroque violin took her to Basel, where she studied with Chiara Banchini. She now enjoys a busy career, concertizing around the world, working regularly with Les Cornets

Thibault Cauvin

Thibault Cauvin is one of the most talented, charismatic and sought-after guitarists in the world today. Having embarked on a endless tour ten years ago, taking him to more than one hundred twenty countries, he continues to perform as soloist on the most prestigious stages: New York Carnegie Hall, Shanghai

Layla Metssitane

Layla Metssitane is an actress and director of Moroccan origin. When she was fifteen, she took part in her first theater workshop at the Centre Dramatique National of Dijon. Later, under the direction of various theater figures, she interpreted poetic, classical and contemporary works, such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream (William Shakespeare), Le Partage de Midi (Paul Claudel), Phèdre (Jean Racine), and Antigone (Sophocles)... In 2007, she directed a play around Aimé Césaire called Palabre en Négritude presented in

Angelin Preljocaj

Angelin Preljocaj was born in the Paris region, in France, and began studying classical ballet before turning to contemporary dance, which he studied with Karin Waehner. Angelin Preljocaj collaborates regularly with other artists including Enki Bilal (Roméo et Juliette, 1990), Goran Vejvoda (Paysage après la bataille, 1997), Air (Near

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