Biography


 

madame-mangue

Madame Mangue, an aerian journey

She was born on the day Charlie Chaplin died.
No one can replace Charlie Chaplin. But entering the big family of those who take pleasure performing to the public … That makes sense. That seems like love …


When she was three, she put a finger on a piano key at home. It was beautiful. Followed by the key next to it. It was also beautiful, but not the same. Singing also sounded wonderful, but was also different …
At home, the little girl she was listened to classical piano melodies, from Schubert to Chopin. Later, learning music became serious at the “Conservatoire”, then exciting in high school groups. In Class Rock, it was the joy of playing, and having rows with friends …

Piano, flute, guitar, basse, saxophone, melodica, kayamb, percussions, and lately the cello; she tries everything with curiosity and joy but its the acoustic guitar that remains her favourite, along with the voice, her own voice, her own path.

She was in several bands : rock, funk, jazz, a French-Creole duet .. She has also accompanied a Guinean chorist for a project in the Indian Ocean. She has sung in about twenty languages. She stopped via the USA, “Hello Bobby McFerrin, don’t worry, be happy …”. Also a comedian with the Company of the Lizard, she took part in 7 shows from Lozère to the French Alps. Anne-Lise loves to try new things. She sings and interprets, but also composes her own lyrics and music. The tip of the iceberg of her songs became a CD.

Climbing, paragliding, yoga and dance are her other passions. She loves to use them to her advantage by merging them into her artistic expressions.

The result of this fusion is expressed in her first album “Poésie du Vertical” : ‘poetry of the vertical’, as well as in her first video clip in which you can see her dancing in an aerian material, flying under a paraglider …

A child of poetry, she is interested in the poetic vision she descovers in this, rather than the technical performance or the risk-taking.

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