SALTIEL Laurence

SALTIEL Laurence


Coming from classical singing, master of Radio-France, going through café-theater and song, it was through Christiane Legrand and Jean-Claude Briodin (Double Six, Swingle Singers) that she discovered jazz.

With her own jazz band, she recorded nine albums: "Reflections from Paris", "Salade Composée", "Entrée d'scène", "La p'tite bête au grand air", "Tomara", "Moondance", "Portraits of family ". "Garden after the rain" and "To leave ... you have to go!".

She takes part in creations and she is part of several ensembles: Souingue by Laurent Pelly, Gondwana by Eduardo Lopes, Octovoice by Sylvain Beuf, Laurence Saltiel is as much in demand as an artist as a pedagogue of vocal jazz.

She runs courses for amateurs and professionals in France and in Europe.

She teaches at the CRR de Boulogne-Billancourt.


Accompanied on the piano by Eddy TCHEUREKDJIAN.