Cécile Corbel

“In celtic cosmogony, the power of a dream is as real as a footprint »

Hugo Pratt – Corto Maltese – les celtiques


Cécile Corbel


A redhead fairy, just out of a Broceliande tale, (…) eternal vibrations, powerful culture, charismatic personnality” La terrasse Octobre 2006


Cécile was born in Brittany, the Celtic region in the north-west of France where she studied harp.

 Her unique harp technique and her appealing young voice reveal a world encompassing ancient poems, original compositions, Celtic tunes and Mediterranean melodies.
She takes you for a trip out of a time.


The young Breton composer and singer now performs her celtic and world music in  France and all over the world.


« Cécile draws her inspiration from traditionnal melodies she renews with hints of « pop » and folk music (...) She sings with an exquisite grace »

World MD

“Cécile Corbel sings like a nightingale”
Libération – 18 nov. 2006

”She imposes an enchanting universe with a clever mix of traditionnal Irish songs and Breton tunes”.

20 minutes 2 nov. 2006

She recently appeared as supporting artist for many great world music musicians including Lunasa, Helen Flaherty, Ousmane Toure, Alan Stivell...
She has also perfomed at various Festivals and concert halls: La Maroquinerie, Solidays 2005, International Harp Festival at Dinan (France)...

And warmly greeted abroad: Australia and Tasmania (Australian tour 2006 - French festival of Adelaide with Yann Tiersen and Matmatah), The Czech Republic, England, United States (Louisiana, Texas)

In 2005 she was awarded the ..Prix Paris jeunes talents musique.. (Talented young musician award of Paris)

Press Review

C.C. mirrors her singing, limpid, fragile, but confident. She draws her inspiration from the Breton tradition, from Breton laments and magic tales.

Libération – 14 dec. 2006

Cecile is a citizen of the world, and her voice flows as she tells about exile, rough seas, lovers parted by life, migrations.....


A wide-reaching and soothing energy


..An irresistible voice....



"She makes you think about Vanessa Paradis, with lower intensities though, and a hint of Sinnead O'Connor... it's love at first sight."


« You immediately think about Loreena McKENNITT



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