The distinguished harpist-composer Benoît Wery has just released a new words-music CD, with flautist Philippe Pierlot, and one of France's most famous actors: Marie Christine Barrault. April's Camac Voice is an extract from the final track on this album of French poetry and music: L’Isle de la Fée for harp and narrator, by Benoît Wery, based on the tale 'The Island of the Fay' by Edgar Allen Poe.
Benoît Wery is much in demand both as a performer and composer, in and beyond the harp world. He has particularly made a name for himself as a champion of French music. He was awarded five diapasons for his CD "musique française avec harpe" (Chant de Linos CL0946), and his discography also includes a disc of French violin and harp music (CL1061) with Jean-Pierre Wallez, and one of French flute, bassoon and harp music (REM 311283).