Isabelle Nguyen


Isa­belle Nguy­en is a multi-instru­ment­al­ist who plays the key­board, the viol­in, the flute, with a good back­ground inher­ited from the Con­ser­vat­ory and the Fac­ulty of Musi­co­logy. But in 2016, she put “instru­ment­al vir­tu­os­ity” aside to throw her­self into com­pos­i­tion and work­around. From there, was born Yan­nis Le Bègue, who then became the bed­room pop elec­tron­ica group Enfant Perdu. The artist from Rennes (FR), exer­cised after­wards her tal­ents as a com­poser-pro­du­cer under the name of chh­hat as a beat­maker, and nina nina for her techno idm pro­ject based on clas­sic­al music samples. Isa­belle is a cross-dis­cip­lin­ary artist, pas­sion­ate about the visu­al aspect. She also pro­duces music videos — for her­self and for others.

Slash Program

Slash is a Europe-wide train­ing pro­gram build-up by Trem­po with the great sup­port of SACEM. It aims to train emer­ging pro­fes­sion­al musi­cians in their career devel­op­ment. It is co-fin­anced by the European Uni­on through its Cre­at­ive Europe pro­gram (Music Moves Europe).

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