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Notes sur la mélodie des choses

Gustav Mahler & Rainer Maria Rilke

In his Notes on the Melody of Things, the poet Rainer Maria Rilke ponders what connects people and the role of art in that aspect. Based on this idea, Gabrielle Resche and Océane Deweirder weave a subtle music & theatre performance, in which Rilke's poetry echoes in Mahlerian beauty, exploring the fragile relationship between earthly love, divine power and artistic commitment. 

The address to the public is direct, and the all performance is like one line developping in conversation with the audience. Rilke thoughts become so simple to understand, echoing in the large phrases and rich harmonies of Mahler.

What's up : after its creation at the Bach Academy in november 2023, the performance was part of the Château de Bournazel cultural programmation on april 27th april 2024. We are now on the run for new dates to come. Keep in touch for news or for programming.


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Team :

Gabrielle Resche (pianoforte/piano) 

Océane Deweirder (singing and acting)

Baroque concert & writings

Rhétorique du sauvage

Between its magicians, its outraged characters, its immortal relationship to love and faith,  the vocal world of baroque music oozes the wild part of the Human being through the golden age of rethorical art.


This concert offers a deeply contrasting immersion into the territory. Every rethorical tool will be there to celebrate the indomitable part of Humanity.

Gesture included...

Last news : Rhétorique du Sauvage will be at Festival de Musiqua Ancienne de la Roya on august 12th. Book here and have a glimpse here.

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Team :

Gabrielle Resche (harpsichord) ; Cibeles Bullon Muñoz & Alexandre Garnier (violins) ; Suzanne Wolf (cello)

Océane Deweirder (singing and recitation)

A basque ritual

Blind spots

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Collaborative project allying lyric singing, quarter tone accordion and dance, started at Royal Academy of Music in 2021, this long-term creative project has been created at Camerata, Musiikkitalo of Helsinki in February 2022 (video here), as a 15 min. version.

Last news : Blind spots is on the go to become a 50 min. performance. Keep in touch...

Team :

Lore Amenabar Larrañaga (1/4 tone accordion) ; James Batty (composer), Océane Deweirder (singing & dance)

Singing-dancing short-movie 


Co-creation with director Mathias Bracho-Lapeyre. 

Inspired by John Cage's Aria, this short movie aims to relate in a common breath the theatrical dimension of nature, the voice and the movement. 

Last news: available for programming

To watch, please request LINK HERE.

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