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  • Vladimir Cosma


    Composer - Director - Violonist

    A prolific composer, inspired melody and subtle, original orchestrator, Vladimir Cosma is the author of the greatest successes of French cinema - over 300 ! - As The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe , La Boum, Rabbi Jacob, Diva, Le Bal, the ace of aces, The Goat, The Father Christmas is a junk, The Glory of my father, my mother Castle, The dinner Game ...

    Vladimir Cosma is a composer, conductor and violinist, born in Bucharest, Romania.

    Has composed over 200 scores for feature films and TV series.

    All of French cinema's biggest successes over the last 30 years have had Vladimir Cosma soundtracks: Alexandre le Bienheureux and The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe directed by Yves Robert, The Party by Claude Pinoteau, Diva by Jean-Jacques Beineix, l'Aile ou la Cuisse by Claude Zidi, Rabbi Jacob by Gérard Oury, and The Dinner Game and The Goat by Francis Veber to name but a few.

    French television series: L'Amour en Héritage, Michel Strogoff, Châteauvallon, Les Yeux d'Hélène and Les Cœurs Brûlés.

    His honours include two Césars, two Golden Sevens and a Cannes Film Festival award.

    Wrote the opera 'Marius et Fanny' which was first shown at the Opéra de Marseille with Roberto Alagna and Angela Gheorghiu as leads.

     

  • Yvon Guillard


    Trumpeter

    Yvon Guillard belongs to this category of musicians whose career evolves with bold experiences with a constant musical research.

    YVON GUILLARD belongs to a class of musicians whose careers have developed through bold experimentation based on nonstop musical research.

    A classical training from a conservatoire combined with a natural affinity for jazz, rhythm and blues paved the way for Yvon Guillard to work with the likes of Weidorje at one end of the spectrum and Jacques Higelin at the other, not forgetting Bernard Lavilliers, Véronique Sanson, Bill Deraime, Serge Gainsbourg, Magma, Youssou N'Dour, l'Affaire Louis Trio, the Silencers, Eva Marchal and Claude Salmiéri in the middle.