Genevieve Vincent Shares Her Little Dream With Release Of ‘Petit Rêve’ EP

Genevieve Vincent grew up in a small Canadian city surrounded by nature. Now living in Los Angeles, the film and concert music composer takes inspiration from the nature she was surrounded by as a child to write her EP, ‘Petit Rêve’.

The four song EP is very introspective, and somewhat meditative, and was written while Genevieve was sitting at her keyboard, facing a window, and watching the world go by. Influenced by whatever she was looking at, she would consider it without context and use it as the basis of her writing for that day. This very action forms the basis for the title of the EP, ‘Petit Rêve’ translating into English as “little dream” or daydream.

Each track has a title in French: Entre Ombre Et Lumière; Les Couleurs; Stase Dans Les Moments; and Le Son Serein. The piano is played by Grammy award nominated pianist Nadia Shpachenko, who is joined by the vocals of Soprano Monika Beal.

‘Petit Rêve’ is available to stream on SoundCloud and Spotify. Find Genevieve Vincent online on Facebook, Instagram, and her official website.

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