Célimène Daudet plays for the Haiti Piano Project

During the Itinérance Quatre Couleurs exhibition, part of the proceeds will go to the Haiti Piano Project association, to help finance the building of a concert piano and the creation of a music festival in Haiti.

The Haiti Piano Project is the creation of the first classical music festival around the piano in Haiti. It will start in Jacmel with concerts by renowned and committed artists, for a meeting between classical music and Haitian creation. The idea is to highlight an architectural heritage listed by UNESCO through music and to carry out an educational and transmission mission among young people in order to discover young Haitian artistic talents. Strong moments of sharing and gathering will be born thanks to music around the king instrument: the piano.

To give birth to a new artistic initiative to help promote a different image of Haiti.

Biography of Célimène Daudet

The pianist Célimène Daudet, who comes from two cultures, French and Haitian, is a soloist whose playing has been described by the press as "seductive, delicate or fiery lyricism". A guest of the great halls, Célimène Daudet has performed all over the world, from Canada to Beijing.

She is a regular guest at numerous festivals and major national venues such as the Printemps des Arts Festival in Monte Carlo, the Flâneries musicales de Reims, the Debussy Festival, the Aix Festival, the Nuits pianistiques Festival, Festival les Nancyphonies, Festival ArsTerra, théâtre du Châtelet, le Centquatre, la Halle aux grains in Toulouse, Opéra national de Lyon, Opéra d'Avignon, théâtre du Jeu de Paume in Aix-en-Provence, MC2 in Grenoble, théâtre de la Croix-Rousse in Lyon...Several years working on the music of Bach have led her to produce two albums: "A tribute to Bach" (Arion 2011), L'Art de la Fugue (Arion 2013). "Dans la malle du Poilu" (Arion 2013). In 2016, the first volume of the complete Beethoven sonatas for piano and violin with Amanda Favier was published for the NoMadMusic label.

Trained at the Conservatory of Aix-en-Provence, her native town, and then at the CNSMD of Lyon and Paris, she is a laureate of the Jean Françaix international competition, of the Fnapec international competition, and won the Pro Musicis international prize. She was named "Artiste Génération Spedidam 2014".