Biography by Robert Cummings. Countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, whose voice is notable for its purity, clarity, and remarkable agility, focuses predictably on Baroque repertoire, but has also explored the music of later eras.
Philippe B is a francophone singer-songwriter based in Montreal. Born Philippe Bergeron in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, Canada, Philippe B is the former lead vocalist for Gwenwed. He was also a session guitarist for Pierre Lapointe on his eponymous album. He released his first self-titled solo album in 2005 on label Proxenett Records. That same year he played at the Festival de musique emergente in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, where he also played the song Philadelphia for television show Mange ta ville.
Philippe Petit is a meta-musician. One thing he does exceptionally well is transmigrate source material (LPs, digital files, what have you) of others, that is, to place them in an entirely new body. In addition to being a great collaborator (and the list of Philippe's falls to the floor), Petit is a great improvisor, on off-the-rails instruments like the "electric psalterion," one assumes somewhat of his own invention, modification