French cellist at the intersection of jazz, improv, contemporary classical and noise
French Brooklyn-resident and cellist Leila Bordreuil cites jazz, improv, contemporary classical & noise as her main influences. Through the use of unconventional performance and amplification techniques, she creates an entirely own musical palette that is mainly based upon textures and timbre.
Aside from releases with the likes of Lea Bertucci and Eli Keszler, she has also worked with the likes of Kim Gordon, Chris Corsano, Nate Wooley, Thurston Moore, Bill Nace and Senyawa. Leila Bordreuil has also appeared in renowned venues and at respected festivals – such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Kitchen, MoMA PS1, ISSUE Project Room, Cafe OTO, allEars Festival (Oslo) and the KRAAK festival.