Julie Campiche Solo

« Indeniably an improviser who reinvents harp playing » – Jazz Magazine

Présentation du projet

In this new solo creation, Julie Campiche, with her harp, effects and vocals, pays a tribute to women.


« I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman ». This quote by Virginia Woolf is the sarting point of Julie Campiche’s new solo project.


Each piece tells through music the story of a woman, wether from yesteryear or today, from here or from there, famous or not.


Led by a strong feeling of sorority she speeks for the silenced, the understated, the anonymized and yet so powerful voices.


For this show Julie Campiche associates with stage designer Sophie Le Meillour to enrich the exeprience with scenography and video mapping.


The creation will take place on March 8th 2024 – on the International Women Rights Day – during the Cultural Season in Vernier (Geneva, Switzerland).

Also an album is due to early 2025.


Julie Campiche’s work is an on-going process of innovation. Through research and experimenation she has developed the use of electronic effects that enhance the scope of her improvisational work. She has a personal style and a musical language of her own. The moving force behind her work is a profound desire to discover the infinite universal that lies within, to develop self-forgettfullness, and to create open spaces where dreams come true, where it is enough to simply believe that we can fly in order to be there.


Julie Campiche - harp, vocals, Fx

Sophie le Meillour - Stage design & video mapping


The Cambridge Critique

« This is the music of the future performed here and now. »


The Jazz Man

« To be honest, I was so absorbed in the music by this point that I’d stop taking notes, happy to immerse myself in the richness of the quartet’s sound and the multiple twists ands turns of the writing. »


Julie Campiche Quartet is back with their new album, You Matter.
"Indeniably an improviser who reinvents harp playing" - Jazz Magazine