Joëlle Rabu - Vancouver (Canada)
Her Breton parents emigrated to Canada (Manitoba) in 1958. Joëlle Rabu was born in Winnipeg, and later grew up in Courtenay on Vancouver Island.
Joelle has never taken singing lessons.
She belongs to those few favored by nature who are born with a perfect voice. During her childhood Joëlle absorbed the melodies that filled her home. But she only started singing on the day of her 19th birthday. Her singing pleasantly surprised her family, guests, and the restaurant staff where she worked. Since then one could imagine that her talent would be discovered.
That day came in 1983: Joelle was selected for the role of Édith Piaf in the musical “Piaf, Her Songs, Her Loves”. The performance was so successful that it was repeated more than 300 times, and Joëlle became a new phenomenon of Canadian art.
During the last three years she has held the role of “star singer” in four different shows, she recorded CDs, performed concerts in several Canadian provinces and in various US states. She has appeared in various TV and radio programs... and she learned Esperanto.
Joëlle recorded her album “Passport” with songs in Esperanto at the Goldrush Recording Company studio in Vancouver, released in 1985.
Discover the album Emocioj right away!
Click on his albums to listen to or download them.
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