法国竖琴仙音Cécile Corbel《风之子》2019新专辑巡演 深圳站
时间：2019.6.22 周六 20:30
票价：学生 130 元；单人预售 160 元；双人预售 280 元；单人现场 220 元
Cécile Corbel，大多数人认识她是因为她作为宫崎骏首个合作的非日籍音乐人，在著名电影《借东西的小人埃利亚蒂》里贡献了《Arrietty's Song》，让人印象深刻、过耳难忘的竖琴声。这个夏天，Cécile Corbel将带着她的最新专辑《风之子》与大家见面。
Cécile Corbel在1980年出生，从小学弹吉他并喜欢听各种类型的音乐，尤其是摇滚与金属（是Led Zepplin和Deep Purple的绝对粉丝）。在15岁的时候她遇到了另一种美妙的乐器 - 竖琴（Harpe Celtique），并深深地爱上了这门乐器。
在18岁拿到理科高中毕业证书后，她来到巴黎卢浮宫学院继续自己的学业，并深入研究了5年的考古学。学业并没有阻止她在艺术领域的继续探索，她爱好广泛，喜欢古老的、神奇的事物，并爱上各国的神话 - 所以，她的音乐里总能透出一种美好、古灵精怪与古老神秘的气息，原因就在于此。Cécile Corbel不仅弹琴超棒，还擅长多国语言，可以使用法语、英语、印度语、布列塔尼语、Gaelic语、西班牙犹太语进行演唱。
French Ethereal Wave Singer Cécile Corbel 2019 New Album Enfant du vent Release Tour Shenzhen Statio
Time: 2019.6.22 Saturday 20:30
Venue: B10 Live http://www.b10live.cn
Add: Building C2, North District, OCT-LOFT, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Tel: 0755 86337602 (15:00-18:00, info only)
Venue Support: OCT-LOFT Culture Development Co., Ltd
Admittance starts at 20:00.
Open area with several seats on both sides for resting purpose.
Fare: Student 130 RMB; Advance 160 RMB; Couple Advance 280 RMB; Walk-in 220 RMB
※Presale service available until 00:00 on Jun. 22
※At Door tickets may not be available if advance tickets were sold out. Please purchase the tickets as early as possible.
①Entity：Old Heaven Books (120#, A5, North District of OCT-LOFT)
②Taobao：Search Store "B10 Live"
Please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org at least ONE DAY before the concert:
1.Name 2.Phone number 3.Date of the concert 4.Quantity of tickets
Starts at 19:30 on the day at B10 Live.
Cécile Corbel (born 28 March 1980, Pont-Croix, Finistère, France) is a French and Breton singer, harpist, and composer. She has released five albums of original music and worked for Studio Ghibli as a composer for its 2010 film, The Borrower Arrietty. Corbel sings in many languages including French, Italian, Breton, and English and has done songs in German, Spanish, Irish, Turkish, and Japanese. Her lifelong partner is songwriter Simon Caby, who is also her co-composer.
As a child, she traveled all throughout Brittany with her parents, who had a traveling marionette show. She first learned to play guitar, and discovered the Celtic harp as a teenager during a concert by Greek harpist Elisa Vellia, who later became her teacher. At age 18, after obtaining a baccalauréat scientifique, she moved to Paris to study. She then entered the École du Louvre and earned a MAS in archaeology. She first performed in pubs and the streets of Paris, and gave her first official concert at the pub, Ti Jos, in 2002.
In 2005, she released an EP with six tracks, Harpe celtique et chants du monde. After she signed with the record label Keltia Musique, her first studio album was released in 2006. SongBook 1 contained Breton, Welsh, and Irish songs. After this release, she began to go on tour. In 2006, she went to Australia, where she performed at a French festival organized by the Alliance française of Adelaide. She opened Laurent Voulzy's concert at Olympia Hall in Paris, and also shared the stage with Altan, Lúnasa, Alan Stivell, Carlos Núñez Muñoz, Dan Ar Braz, Hélène Flaherty, Ousmane Touré, and Ariana Savall. She performed in many countries including Germany, Switzerland, Italy, England, Estonia, the Czech Republic, Poland, the Netherlands, the United States, Paraguay, and Burma. In 2008, SongBook vol. 2 was released, with the first 10 of the 12 songs composed by Corbel.
In 2009, she played the role of Anne of Brittany in the rock opera, Anne de Bretagne. Songwriter Alan Simon chose Cécile Corbel after having difficulty finding someone for the role. Also participating in the project were other musicians such as Tri Yann and Fairport Convention. The show was staged at the end of June 2009 at the Château des ducs de Bretagne in Nantes, and was preceded by an album in which over 200 musicians participated.