Margot started her music education at age 5, studying harp and piano at the Conservatory of Châteauroux, France. She was selected to take part into a famous talent show on French television when she was 8, as one of the most promising young harpists in France. She continued her harp studies at the National Conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, under the mentorship of Isabelle Perrin, principal harpist of the orchestra of the Opera de Paris. She then studied at the prestigious Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris an graduated as a Harp Concertist. Margot has been a professional classical musician for the past ten years, as a soloist, as well as in chamber music ensembles (Ensemble Klimt, Ensemble Antéa, Ensemble Aeva) and national orchestras in France (Orchestre de Nantes, Orchestre National des Pays de Loire). She also was a member of a contempory music group, Paris Chamber Orchestra, which performed at Opera Comique in Paris, Konzert Hall in Vienna and Carnegie
Hall in New York.
After a fateful encounter with Jazz singer Monica Passos, Margot jumps into the jazz world with her harp. She has since then been performing with several world renowned Jazz artists, such as Monica Passos, or Archie Shepp, for whom she composed a film score. Margot has been playing in the most famous Jazz scenes in Paris (New Morning, Sunset Sunside, Café de la Danse, Olympia, etc…). She has also played with French pop star Nolwenn Leroy (best
sells in France in 2012) on her album tour “Cheshire Cat and me”.
Margot has been featured in numerous music festivals in France, Jazz in Marciac (France’s
most renowned Jazz festival), where she promoted her first album, In My Angel’s Arms as a singer, harpist, and composer. Admitted to the Berklee College of Music on a scholarship in September 2013, she studied voice and composition with Maggie Scott, Alain Mallet, and Ed Tomassi, and was selected to represent Europe at the concert given by Berklee College in the
honor of the European Union.
She got the O1 Visa in January 2015.”