Lola Malique


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In 2016, Lola Malique obtained a Masters degree in classical cello from the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne in the class of François Salque, after having received a National Superior Professional Musician's Diploma and a Bachelor's degree at the Superior School of Seine-Saint-Denis in the class of Florian Lauridon. She has perfected herself with personalities like Philippe Muller, Sung Won Yang, the Manfred Quartet and the Voce Quartet as part of ProQuartet. Parallel to this instrumental training, she has gad vocal training (jazz, French song) with Laura Littardi at the Cité des Arts in Paris.

Founding member of the ensemble 20 ° dans le Noir based in Paris, she develops and encourages the creation of new repertoire for cello and chamber music in collaboration with today's composers.

Passionate of live performance, she created in 2013 with the actress Cécile Martin "Au fond, la Chose", a show about poetry.

In 2016, Lola Malique started a collaboration with the dancer Maud Miroux for the young public show "What I have in the belly" where she composed the music. She was invited by the Ensemble Itinéraire, the cello ensemble of Paris and the Bloom Project.

In June 2017, Lola Malique performed in Brazil (São Paolo, Rio de Janeiro, Campinas) during a tour in close collaboration with the composer Michelle Agnes Magalhaes. She accompanies the writer Abdellatif Laâbi (Goncourt Prize for Poetry 2009) during the Nuit de la Poésie 2017 at the Institut du Monde Arabe, at the Spring of the Tangier Book in the spring of 2018 or at the Yves Saint-Laurent Museum. of Marrakech in 2019. She co-wrote and performed the music of Yoann Bourgeois's last show, The Mechanics of History, created in October 2017 at the Pantheon as part of the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris. Lola Malique participated in the 2018 artists' residency of the Institut Français du Maroc.

She will release in May 2019 her first album, Le Meilleur Lit, during a concert at the Basilica of Saint Denis as part of the Métis Festival, in partnership with the Centre des Monuments Nationaux.