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Hélène Pereira
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Hélène Pereira began her career with Christine Hartley (a student of Claudio Arrau), who has for many years taught the art of “playing music with the whole body,” with the focus, in this work of sound production through gestures, on a whole body consciousness.

Hélène continued her studies at the Amiens Conservatoire and with Bernard Ringeissen at the Rueil-Malmaison Conservatoire, where she won many first prizes in the disciplines of piano and chamber music. As a graduate of the Sorbonne with a Master’s in “Music-Language-Literature” on the setting of Baudelaire’s poetry, she accompanies lyric recitals in the Studio Théâtre de la Comédie Française, as well as masterclasses with Rachel Yakar, François Le Roux and Christa Ludwig.

As a result of her passion for blending art and its interactions, Hélène has worked on many multi-disciplinary projects with dancers, photographers, painters, puppeteers, authors or visual artists, thereby continually honing her passion for improvisation, including in her work with François Rossé, amongst others.

Her dedication to musical composition itself has led her to collaborate closely with many composers, with many pieces being dedicated to her. As a pianist in the Yin Ensemble, Hélène focuses on contemporary music, which she further explores in the Duo Cantilène (piano for four hands). She performs regularly as a guest with these groups in France and abroad.

https://helene-pereira.webnode.fr/
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