First: theater, the stage, words. Then the notes. And now Leonore Boulanger sings. She learned in the cafes-concerts, and then in concert halls in Paris…
She also recorded discs.
In early 2009 she released "Contretemps", a first opus that tells a lot about her influences, but with her second album "Les Pointes et les Détours" she is inventing herself. Her music settles spaces, weaves vocals surrounded by a roll of shadows, impressionist vocals and mechanical Afro-folk. This decorum follows the… read more