Initiated to Sefardi music during a training in the Medieval music center in Paris in 2000, the soprano Evelyne Dubosq, excited by these Eastern and medieval music, offers a real research work, research imitating the work of Zoltan Kodaly or Bela Bartok for Hungarian music.
The artist will resemble singers such as Françoise Atlan, Karoline Zaidline, Judy Frankel. All of them have a similar story, made of discoveries, love and desire to see continue a musical heritage of incredible richness ; a heritage that was maintained through centuries thanks to women who alone perform these songs.
From there will be created this CD Poussières d’exil, which aims to restituate the Sefardi Jewish and Minor Asian Greek music heritage.
Evelyne Dubosq (vocals), Antoine Bourgeau (laouto, ud, tabla, daf, crotales, glockenspiel), Benoît Gsell (guitar, glockenspiel, vocals, daf), Dimitri Zembragkis (vocals, saz, ud, bouzouki, baglama)