In fact, her creation in collaboration with dancer and choreographer Nono Battesti, titled “Entre Temps,” had been selected for the Propulse festival. Noticed by Classica and Resmusica, she was also a guest on Générations France Musique and nominated for the Octaves de la musique contemporaine. Elodie Vignon received the Octave Point Culture for « D’ombres.” Living abroad in Belgium for 18 years after her years of study at the Lyon Conservatory, Elodie studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of Daniel Blumenthal. In 2010, she crossed paths with Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri, an exceptional artist of rare generosity who inherited a profound knowledge of the repertoire and the instrument from his masters Claudio Arrau and Georges Cziffra. She then became an artist-in-residence of the Bell’arte Foundation, founded by Delle-Vigne Fabbri. From that point on, she began performing extensively in Europe (Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, Lithuania), the Philippines, and the USA. In recent seasons, she has performed at notable venues such as the Palais des Beaux Arts in Charleroi, toured in Italy with the Orchestra of the Theatre of Livorno, in Luxembourg, and in France (Cesson-Sévigné, Thionville, Avignon, Hungarian Institute in Paris). Step by step, she has decided to undertake a complete performance of Claude Debussy’s works, which will commence with the release of a double album in February 2025, for Cypres.