“I started singing in Cabaret style, but it was jazz that bewitched me”. A great talent that naturally swings like the famous female jazz voices, Camille Bertault dances between jazz and the chanson francais with her virtuous, euphoric and slightly cheeky sket.
Her latest work title, Pas de Géant (it is the literary translation of Giant Step, legendary John Coltrane’s standard of 1959) not only is a tribute, but also a declaration of intents. In this album, Camille transforms Coltrane saxophone’s virtuosity into a phenomenal and liberating vocal performance, enchanting us with the astonishing song Là où tu vas, structured on a cultured and witty text, simple and provocative at the same time.
Bertault’s singing power with all its sweetness and freedom, brings people a fresh and new universe of jazz: she has a very personal musical style, madeout of rhythmically and sparkling notes, that match with her light-hearted lyrics. So, her album is a “tailor-made suite” and Camille can show all her musical skills and her creative freedom. Coltrane had no way of getting to know her, but certainly he smiles at her somewhere.
Camille Bertault | Lead Voice, Fady Farah | piano, Christophe Minck | bass
Marianne was born in Romagna and she’s an Italian artist totally out of line. With a complete musical education, Marianne has been able to conquer a wider and heterogeneous public with its strong stage presence and its warm bass voice, which touch the deep soul strings.
Art Director | Tania Feghali
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