Eleni Arapoglou |
Eleni grew up in Athens, Greece, where she developed a strong love for performing arts and sports, making the body a fundamental tool in all her future work as a musician and performer. As a student, she toured Costa Rica and Bulgaria with the Tufts Jazz Orchestra, and earned a professional diploma in vocal performance at Berklee College of Music. Eleni has performed in the Latin Grammys alongside Alejandro Sanz, has opened for The Roots with her own band, and is currently performing in various projects abroad and in NYC where she is now based, including the Serbian vocal group ROSA and Carnegie Hall's vocal improvisation group Moving Star. Eleni has taught at the Global Music Foundation (London), ISWiB (Serbia), Luna Monti Estudio (Buenos Aires) as well as various circle singing workshops in Greece, Boston & NYC. She is now preparing for a CD release and concert with her multidisciplinary group Breath in the fall of 2017.
Evemarie Brunelle |
Evemarie is a singer, choir leader, and performer, living in Montréal. She grew up in a musical family. At the age of 7, she sang beside her mother in a church choir conducted by her father. In 2009, she graduated from the Community Choir Leadership Training in Victoria B.C., where she remains a member of the Ubuntu choir network. In September 2009, she founded Allez Chante!, non-auditioned choirs in Montréal. After 8 years, over 200 people attend and sing each week! Evemarie met Rhiannon in 2000 and has been studying with her ever since. She has studied with Frankie Armstrong, Jill Purce, Raoûl Duguay, Réjean Marois, and currently studies voice and Feldenkrais movement with Robert Poliquin. She is a successful solo performer, and she currently shares the stage with pianist Yves Léveillé in her show Touche Au Coeur. She is a passionate cook, a life-long nature lover, and cherishes her solitude to nourish creativity.