A musician from Brittany, France, harpist and singer, Lina Bellard reinvests in her work, the influences of three other cultural areas. The South India where she spent her childhood probably made her aware of the specific riches of modal music. She then discovered in the Poitou of her adolescence the strength of traditional dances.
The Périgord, where her family is from, is the third part of her cultural heritage that she invests in. In 2011, she trained under the artistic direction of singer Erik Marchand, then obtained a fellowship grant allowing her to follow the musical education and personalized artistic advice of Titi Robin. Since then she has been developing her solo artistic projects and within the singing group Barba Loutig. Appreciated for the originality and delicacy of her musical universe, Lina Bellard is a committed artist of great sensitivity.
Criss-crossing India as part of the InChorus platform for musical exchange between Indian and French artists, this project is brought to you by Alliance Française de Delhi and the Kalasetu organization for the promotion of South Asian Traditional Performing Arts. InChorus is dedicated to young and promising musicians of all genres settled in India and France through residencies, concerts and workshops.