Teradelie is a writer/composer/singer/multi-instrumentist/arranger.
Welcome to Cosmogony!
With a strong personality and a wide range voice, this singer, writer, composer, multi-instrumentist and arranger has developped in a few albums and very acclaimed shows (opening for Anne Clark, Kat Onoma, Ange, Ttes Raides...) a very peculiar style :
Her Own Style ! The Cosmogonic One!!
Born in January 3 1966, she has begun to sing on Genesis, Peter Hammill, Kate Bush... her big influences... and then learned singing, piano and composition. After several bands, she decided to go on solo playing and doing voices, piano, keyboards, cello, tuba, melodica, percussions, guitars, all arrangements, recordings and mixdowns in her homestudio "Teradeliome".
Teradelie has created a very peculiar and personal musical world with her albums and performances... provoking each time a surprising and captivating effect with her very large voice, full of emotions and her musical atmospheres finely worked as impressionnist and poetic landscapes...
Since her "ZanaChroniKa" album, she goes more to the acoustic and orchestral writing in particular with strings pieces, recorded with the London Metroplitan Orchestra in London. She has also worked with David Hentschel (Genesis, Andy Summers producer...), Steve Parr (awarded for the best mix in 6.1 in USA, Hear no Evil Studio), recorded vocals for Zhorn, Louis Zachert (Black Wedding project)..., toured with Anne Clark and composed some theater scores, the last one is "Monsieur Plume", an astonishing theater, musical, pictural and poetic show which had been played several times in 2007 and 2008.
With a strong stage experience (intimate places, concert halls, festivals...) Teradelie has also toured in churchs and chapels with a cellist and a pianist
as an acoustic trio.
Listen to Teradelie : it' s like going on a trip...
Being rocked by particular ambiences
Entering into an unique universe...
where every song opens onto an other dimension : timeless, poetic and mystical...
A "little music" that makes you simply losing the time
And then after the strange discovery's hour, never could leave it...
If you go that way, just between the tick and the tock,
Welcome to Cosmogony !