Les Cousins d’Aldo articulate their repertoire around various styles: Pop, Rock, Swing, Grove, French and Anglo-Saxons songs.
The title “The Trout” of the Schubert quintet derives from the fourth movement of the work: five variations on the theme of the famous lied.
Ophélie Gaillard was awarded three prizes in cello in the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris.
La Mal Coiffée employs a range of five female voices, messengers of a language which slams: the Occitan.
Fables by Jean de La Fontaine, with pieces of french music from XVIIth century and baroque dance
A music based on blues and its rhythmic versions: from soul, rhythm and blues to folk ballades of the 70s: emblematic pieces such as Georgia or What a wonderful world.