.     Interview  Works by Women (2015)

      Interview Les Femmes Folles Women in Art (2014)

      Meeting Serge Gainsbourg Studio Phoenix Blogspot

         Concert dans langue imaginaire French Morning (2014)

         Les experimentations musicales de Muriel Louveau French Morning (2013)

  • "M.Louveau a choisi un chemin trés singulier .Le résultat est étonnant .... Comme si pour la première fois on entendait une nouvelle langue" 
  • Ouest France

  • " M.Louveau est douée d'une voix aussi singuliére que vertigineuse .A cappella ou embaumée de sons préprogrammés, elle remonte le temps jusqu'au moyen âge avec une relecture non orthodoxe de la liturgie et rebondit jusqu'à un futur non identifiable"
  • Radio Nova Remy Kolpa Kopoul

  • "Louveau's music here is a mature display of artistry, drawing global and historical influence not bound by time or modes, but rather surpassing those requirements preset by the music industry. . One hears a bit of Gregorian, Middle East, African, and Gothic influences, all molded into one accessible style."
  • Mark Cheng Nonesuch records
  •  "Muriel's voice rings through like a haunting, shimmering wave emanating from the center of her soul. It's as if your drawn into a world that sounds at once ceremonial and filled with elements of past cultures not bound by time or modes" ( 
  • KKW Studiophoenixblogspot 

  • "It is a most intriguing mixture of old chants, flamenco, middle eastern, primeval paganism and aggressive New Age. There are even hints of Yma Sumac.. Fascinating.. with a sense of mysterious drama."
  •  Norma Lynn, Arts alive and Well, New Mexico

  • "M. Louveau, a singer whose voice has been described as haunting and highly individualistic …   "Never Adhering or locked to traditional forms, Louveau's compositional strength in achieving clear shapes leads us into a realm of foreign landscapes;  Furthermore, we cannot generalize Louveau's works into any sect, but instead we are encouraged to accept her as a new explorer."
  •  Time Out, New York 

  • "We live in many times at the same time. So think Paris based Muriel Louveau and Los Angeles based Charles B Kim, the two performer-composers who make up the musical group Skana. They create, among other things, “contemporary medieval music.” Just to add a postmodern twist: Skana means “sound” in Latvian, a language not common to Paris or Los Angeles" "- 
  • Canapé program ,Cuny TV 

No comments:

Post a Comment