voice, senza, shruti box
Born in New York 1957, Haim grew up in Jerusalem. After a classical music education he met and was deeply influenced by the Roy Hart Theater, a group of vocal explorers in the south of France : voice, movement, imagination and another vision of what life can be.
After living and working with the Roy Hart Theater for four years Haim moved to Paris where he composes, sings, writes and teaches voice.
He practices improvisation alongside various artists, including: Phillips bass bar, Stefano Genovese piano, Izidor Leitinger bugle, Michel Thouseau doublebass, Renaud Pion clarinet, Payâm Akhshik santour, Abbi Patrix storytelling, Sarath Amarasingam dance, Christophe Dellers bandoneon, Gyohei Zaitsu buto, Thanduxolo Bezana gumboots…
He has collaborated with the Philippe Genty Company, Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (Paris), Comédie Poitou-Charentes, Galapiat Circus, Theatre Organic and the Lille Conservatory, amongst others.
He is currently directing NazzazzaN and other music / theater productions, as well as preparing a concert of Joni Mitchell songs.
vibraphone, percussions, voice
First prize in classical percussion at the CRR of Boulogne-Billancourt, Cyrille Froger is also a pianist, singer, composer and clown (not to mention being a Feldenkrais practitioner).
Always in search of artistic crossovers, he co-founded Galetas in 2014 where musicians, actors and clowns mix their know-how. He is also co-director of the festival Les Arts Franchis in Montflanquin – Lot et Garonne where his orchestral composition was premiered in August 2016. He regularly plays with Lutherie Urbaine as well as with the 2e2m contemporary music ensembles and Itinéraire.
His latest musical collaborations are with Amnia (for young audiences) and Hen (Johanny Bert’s Romette Theatre). He performs as a clown and musician in Kichott.
double bass, voice
Gaël Ascal is involved in numerous interdisciplinary collaborations, writing and performing music for theatre, cinema, dance and poetry, and regularly participates in performances and sound installations with visual artists.
Since 1995, he has participated in over a hundred creations, performing in France and abroad. Since 2005, he has also been a double bassist and bassist in many groups, mainly contemporary jazz, but whose aesthetic horizons have alternately visited world music or hard-rock, as well as French chanson, contemporary music and improvised music.
He has recorded over thirty CDs as an instrumentalist, composer or arranger.
It was through the piano that he began the theatre, through the theatre that he began to dance, through movement that he discovered clowning, and through the clowning that he has now collaborating with musicians, singers, actors and dancers.
Matthieu Beaudin has played as a musician, actor and clown with Cie La Rumeur, Le Terrain Vague, Soleil Sous La Pluie, Les Fourmis Rousses, Corrosol, as well as with the groups Big Blunt Band, Pourquoi Pas and Zawalpé. In 2016, he joined the actors of the Organic Theatre for Sophie Gazel’s latest creation – Le Langage des Cravates.