A project we are very proud of, Memories of the Mayflower, was born in London on October 16 at St Mary’s church. A beautiful evening with a very warm socially distanced public. We are planning a tour for 2021 (any suggestion/help welcome!)… here is a little taster (full concert available on YouTube!)
After three and a half months spent on either side of the Channel and quite a few online videos, here we are, finally back together. And to celebrate, we recorded (live!) one of our old classics: Dr Schmidtz and His Monster.
A new video with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian!
This week, some French singing to cheer you up.
A new video with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian. Enjoy!
Ten weeks already! Well this week we thought we’d share with you a lovely song Rupert wrote a while ago, which seems particularly relevant these days…
A touch of sweetness in this increasingly sour world. Keep spreading the positive!
A new tune with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian… Can you guess what it’s about?
Brand new song with “One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian”, dedicated to all geeky mathematicians in the world.
New installment of your weekly dose of One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian. This week, a quieter song, sung by both of us. Enjoy!
Did you know that when the Sherlock Holmes books were first published, people thought Sherlock was a real person and many wrote to him to ask for his help?
So much so, in fact, that someone had to get hired by the post office just to deal with the mail that kept coming for 221B Baker Street (which wasn’t even a real address at the time)!
What am I getting at? Well this week’s quarantine song with One Voice, One Cello and A mad Belgian tells the story of Another murder on Baker Street. Enjoy!
About two years ago, I was lucky enough to replace Philippe Laloy on stage for Naragonia‘s 10th anniversary. A great concert with fantastic musicians such as Andy Cutting and Grégory Jolivet.
I just discovered that there was a video of this fantastic gig, so here it is: