The pianist Célimène Daudet, from two cultures, French and Haitian, is a soloist whose play is described by the press as « seductive, delicate or burning lyricism ».
In 2016, she toured Asia, Kazakhstan and Latin America.
Célimène Daudet has appeared in the United States and in Canada (Carnegie Hall of New York, Washington DC, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Calgary, Banff …), Russia (Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod Philharmonic, Rostov on the Don), in Southeast Asia (Hanoi Opera, Ho Chi Minh City Opera, Dewan Philharmonic in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta …), China (NCPA in Beijing, Shanghai SHOAC, Suzhou Philarmony Nanning, Tianjin), Latin America (Ataneo Theater of Panama, Colombia), Israel (Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Africa (Congo, Gabon, Algeria), the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi Theater) Across Europe.
In France, she is the regular guest of many festivals and major national cinemas (the Festival Printemps des Arts in Monte-Carlo, La Folle Journée in Nantes, the Flâneries musicales in Reims, Festival Debussy, Festival d’Aix, Nuits pianistiques, Festival Nancyphonies, Festival ArsTerra, Châtelet theater, Centquatre, Cortot hall, Silvia Monfort theater, Halle aux grains de Toulouse, Opera National de Lyon, Avignon Opera, Jeu de Paume Theater of Aix- En-Provence, MC2 of Grenoble, musical theater of Besançon, Equinoxe in Châteauroux, theater of Angoulême, Compiègne theater, Croix-Rousse theater in Lyon …)
She is the sponsor of the Amateurs Virtuoses Festival at the Théâtre du Châtelet in 2015 and has also supported the promotion of new talents during the launching of the Aix-en-Provence Easter Festival.
All unanimously hailed by the press, his recordings are always long ripened. Several years on the music of Bach have led him to the realization of two albums: « A tribute to Bach » (Arion 2011), the Art of the Fugue (Arion 2013).
« In the trunk of the Poilu » (Arion 2013) in duo with the violinist Amanda Favier, selected among the best records of the year 2014 by Le Monde, was the fruit of a research on a rare repertoire related to the Great War . In 2016, the first volume of Beethoven’s Sonatas for Piano and Violin, along with Amanda Favier, was released for the NoMadMusic label.
Célimène Daudet likes to share the stage with artists from different universes: with the choreographer Yuval Pick, the actress Marie-Christine Barrault, the company Yoann Bourgeois with whom she has interpreted more than a hundred times the Art of the Fugue de Bach.
Trained at the Conservatory of Aix-en-Provence, her hometown, then at the CNSMD in Lyon and Paris, she won the Jean Françaix International Competition in the international Fnapec Competition and won the Pro Musicis International Prize. She is named « Artiste Génération Spedidam 2014 » and is supported by several foundations such as Villecroze, the Banff Center for the Arts in Canada, the Safran Foundation and the Suez-Environnement Group.
The transmission and sharing of music are essential: she finalizes a social and artistic project in Haiti and gives concerts for children under the auspices of the Pro Musicis Foundation.