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Photo credits : Richard Boulestreau

Gilles Apap is renowned for his virtuoso interpretations of works from the classical repertoire, as well as for his interest in traditional music such as the Irish fiddle, gypsy music, American Old-Time and traditional Indian music. He performs them with the same passion, joy and intensity as those of Bach, Mozart, Ravel or Enesco.

Gilles Apap performs as a soloist and conductor in North and South America, Asia and most European countries. He performs at major international festivals: Tokyo, Adelaide (Australia), Paleo (Switzerland), Mito (Italy), Rheingau, Ludwigsburg, Dresden and Würzburg (Germany). He has built up a special relationship with the Nordic Chamber Orchestra (Sweden) with whom he has performed as conductor and soloist. 

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A musician since the age of eight, this accordionist from south-west France discovered and perfected the chromatic accordion with Jacques Mornet. She went on to win a gold medal at the Conservatoire National de Marseille. Her virtuosity and talent have earned her numerous national and international trophies and awards (Médard Ferrero prize, first prize at the Kligenthal international competition in Germany, world accordion trophy in Italy), which have taken her across Europe, the United States and Japan to meet the world's greatest musicians.

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Kalliope Voutzali, born in Rhodes, holds degrees in Photography and Audiovisual Arts as well as in Graphic Design and Visual Communication from the University of West Attica. Her artistic career began in 2012 with her first solo exhibition, "Memories from the Future," in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Greek Art of Rhodes. In 2018, she exhibited her work "Things Unsettled" at the French Consulate in Rhodes and participated in the Larnaca Biennale in Cyprus.


Her photographs were included in the "Anthropause" exhibition in Thessaloniki in 2020, thereby joining the permanent collection of MOMus-Museum of Contemporary Art of Macedonia.


In 2023, Kalliope presented her solo exhibition "Της Μνήμης η Κεντημένη Φορεσιά" (The memoirs of an embroidered attire) at the Greek Parliament, marking the 75th anniversary of the integration of the Dodecanese into Greece. That same year, her selection for the London Biennale art exhibition showcased her international recognition. Her work is widely acknowledged in Greek photography magazines as well as in Vogue, highlighting her growing influence within the artistic community.

Photo credits : Jean-Baptiste Millot


Gabriel Mirété has played in several theatrical pieces, short films on the Web (Les Parasites), television (L'Effondrement, Canal+), and cinema (Django of Etienne Comar with Reda Kateb and Cécile de France).
Gabriel M. is also the writer and director of the film "Ambre" (2018), awarded in several festivals around the world, and Passion (2021) in coproduction with the Festival European Polyphony in Rhodes. Today, he's in production of his third short movie.



​RODOS is a vocal ensemble born from the meeting of eight singers within the Mikrokosmos Choir, which trains young musicians in the art of a cappella choral singing, under the direction of Loïc Pierre. In 2022, invited for an educational stay on the island of Rhodes (Greece), the eight artists discovered an unexpected chemistry among themselves, which inspired them to continue singing together and to form an octet.​

Their first program brings together a selection of their favorite pieces. Between traditional songs, Renaissance music, and contemporary repertoire, from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean, passing through Western Europe, these works synthesize the tastes and personalities of the different members of the octet.


Constance Le Hête

Suzie Ripoche



Lucie Damianthe

Marie Scirocco


Jean-Alexandre Guigand

Frédéric Alzon



Sami Hellou

Clément Bascle

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