Muriel Louveau, born in Brittany, is a French composer, performance-maker, and singer. She began performing at age five and went on to study the history of art and to follow the vocal training program of Roy Hart Theater (1990-95). She refers to her compositions as neo classical vocal music inspired by ancient and foreign sound, and she creates her own imaginary language.
Select Festivals and International Events:
Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music (10-2000) Orensanz Center for the Arts (2001)
Irving Plaza (04-2004)
Le Poisson Rouge (11-2009)
Galapagos Art Space (09-2011)
Goucher College and John Hopkins University/Conservatory of Peabody “40 Years of Looking for The Future” multi media concert (10-2009 & 02-2011)
Loretto Chapel French Festival, Santa Fe (2001)
"Etonnante Lettonie" Beaubourg Center, Paris (12-2005) SKIFF Festival, St. Petersburg and Moscow (04-2007) French Spring Festival Tour, Latvia (05-2007)
Europe XXL Lille 3000 Festival, France (04-2009)
Schau Raume Play Off/Festival, Villach, Austria (11-2015)
Collaborative projects include: EDDA, a multi media event with the English artist Holly Warburton in 2008 (Le Cube, Paris); At table, a musical reenactment with Ann Marie Lequesne in 06-2008 (RCA - London).
Louveau has also been commissioned to produce four educational albums for French speaking children (05-2009), and earned a 2005 Teachers Choice Award and Academy Charles Cros Award for the educational CD "How to Learn Timetables ".
Since 2010, she has been staging the music of S kana, an album entirely produced in cyberspace with American composer Charles B Kim. Première in NYC at Galapagos Arts Space (2011) with dancer Emily Marie Pope. Additional performances at Theaterlab (2014-15). April 2016: R esidency Voice and movement in Slovenia (Republic of Slovenia Public Fund for Cultural Activities). https://tackk.com/about-muriel-louveau