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Annabelle Playe
[Texto disponible solo en inglés] Annabelle Playe is a multidisciplinary artist, she enjoys exploring voice, sound, video and writing.
She studied classical singing and composition with Sergio Ortega in Paris. Soprano, she interprets contemporary music.
Today, she plays electronic and experimental music in France and abroad. Her live music is based on a device made of synthesizers and modulars. Her compositions are waving between electronic, drone, noise and electroacoustic
music. Her musical research developps the physicality of the sound,...
[Texto disponible solo en inglés] Annabelle Playe is a multidisciplinary artist, she enjoys exploring voice, sound, video and writing.
She studied classical singing and composition with Sergio Ortega in Paris. Soprano, she interprets contemporary music.
Today, she plays electronic and experimental music in France and abroad. Her live music is based on a device made of synthesizers and modulars. Her compositions are waving between electronic, drone, noise and electroacoustic
music. Her musical research developps the physicality of the sound, the timbre.
She wants to create another temporality through the musical structure.
In 2018, Annabelle Playe is laureate of the SACD "Musique de Scène" background for "Delta Charlie Delta", a Michel Simonot's play. She's also composer associated with “Scènes Croisées de Lozère” until the year 2020. In 2019, she received the New Talent Music Award SACD. She performs at "Vive le Sujet !" of the 73rd Festival d'Avignon and she is selected by the Face Foundation for a tour in the United States with "Geyser".
Her albums “Matrice”, “Vaisseaux” and "Geyser" (DAC records) received a very good response from international medias.
She creates audiovisual performances : “ANA”, and “Vessels” with the musician Marc Siffert and the filmaker Gregoy Robin. In 2017, she created “Overview“, an audiovisual performance with Hugo Arcier (generative video).
Annabelle Playe devises video as music composition : pattern repetition, developments, breakups and shades. Dynamic images editing interact with music in a counterpoint way. Sometimes, images vanish to give way to music.
She also wrote two monologues of theater published in Alna (FR) : “Ligne” and “Mater”.

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