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Artistic Direction / Booking / Management Amélie Salembier amelie@molpe-music.com


Project Manager Nina Senoyer nina@molpe-music.com Artistes : Oum, Kayhan Kalhor, Aynur, Karkadé, Mohamed Abozekry Trio, Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino

Project Manager Alexandra Chatzistavrou alexandra@molpe-music.com

Artistes : Titi Robin, Trio Chemirani, Trio Lopez Petrakis Chemirani, Stelios Petrakis, Maria Simoglou, Basel Rajoub

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MOLPÉ MUSIC 44, rue du Faubourg du Temple 75011 – PARIS

09 72 96 23 93 amelie@molpe-music.com
 

Founded in 2012, Molpé Music is a booking agency whose activity is mostly centered on Mediterranean artists and cultures. Molpe music’s Roster has been developed quickly from 3 main artists (Titi Robin, Oneira, Stelios Petrakis) to 10 groups in 2015. Beside tour organization, Molpe Music has developed its action in artist management (Titi Robin, Bijan Chemirani, Vincent Peirani & Mohamed Abozekry). Logo_RVB In the Greek mythology sirens were the daughters of river god Achelous who lived on the island of SirenumScopuli, Antemusia Islands, Plorum cape or Capreae mountains, but they were not viewed as deities. In some myths they were created to be the playmates of young Persephone (daughter of Zeus, Goddess of Springtime), but were created in to monsters by her mother Demeter after Persephone was abducted by Hades. In the written text that survived to this day we have information of many names of those daughters, with most famous being Parthenope (maiden face), Ligea (shrill) and Leucosia (white being). Other less common sirens were Aglaope (beautiful face), Aglaophonos (beautiful voice), Molpe (music), Raidne (improvement), Teles (perfect), and Thelxepeia (soothing words). Greek literature mentioned sirens on many occasions most notably in Euripides’ “Helen” (where anguished Helen called the help of “Winged maidens, daughters of the Earth”) and Homer’s Odyssey (where Odysseus and his crew were enchanted by the sirens song, until they regained their minds with the help of Orpheus’ music).