Hélène Breschand is a highly versatile musician who works across several genres, from contemporary music to Jazz. She has a career as both a soloist and a chamber musician and her works includes, improvisation, musical theatre and the visual arts. She works with composers such as Luciano Berio, Emmanuel Nunes, Yoshihisa Taira and collaborates regularly with theatre and dance companies. She is also a co-founder of the group Laborintus.
Hélène Breschand played harp in 2012′s performance of Star-shaped Biscuit. A new atmospheric opera devised and written by author, David Toop. For more information about Hélène visit helene.breschand.fr
"Hélène Breschand demonstrating her readiness to deconstruct her instrument’s identity...if you still regard the harp as an anachronism, just experience the scope and power of Breschand’s Le goût du sel".
Julian Cowley THE WIRE