Véronique Gillet’s musical way led her from popular songs of her Italian and Spanish immigrant neighbors to AlbertoPonce (Espagne),Egberto Gismonti (Brésil), Leo Brouwer (Cuba), Fernando Freitez (Vénézuela), Charles Ewanjé (Cameroun), Giovanna Marini (Italie), Sandor Szabo (Hongrie), Peter Finger (Allemagne)and many others.

So many attentive gardeners who sowed their soul in a so quite fertile ground.
These abundant contributions could “have formatted” the composer like a school and induce her to creations “after the manner of”. Fortunately, her imaginary has been able to abstract the essential spirit: the cultures which inspire her seem thus rather to link their richnesses and to weave her personal creation. Robert Mercier (guitare-diffusion)

“What to say about someone who gives us such pleasure through music?”

Egberto Gismonti