Véronique Rivière

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Véronique Rivière
Born (1959-02-05) February 5, 1959 (age 55)
Suresnes, France
Genres Pop, rock
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1985–present
Website http://www.veronique-riviere.com

Véronique Rivière (born Véronique Tartakovsky in Suresnes, February 5, 1959) is a French singer-songwriter and actress.

Biography[edit]

Rivière's father is Russian-French television producer Alexandre Tarta, and her mother is a journalist. She began her career by playing minor acting roles on television, and in 1982, as a cabaret singer at Café de la Gare in Paris.

To date, Rivière has released six studio albums and several singles. From 1991 to 2001, she appeared as a backing vocalist on four albums of Swiss singer Stephan Eicher.[1]

Rivière is currently performing the role of Francesca Lavie, which was previously played by Diane Tell, in the musical Je m'voyais déjà. Written by Laurent Ruquier and directed by Alain Sachs, this production premiered in Paris in 2008 and features the songs of Charles Aznavour.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Record label
2011 Aquatinte Edina Music
2005 Éponyme Tacet Production/Mosaic Music
1996 En vert et contre tout DBF Music/Tréma-Sony
1993 Mojave Remark/PolyGram
1989 Véronique Rivière Polydor
1987 Et vice verseau Phonogram/Philips

Singles[edit]

Year Title Record label
2005 "Matadors" Tacet Production/Mosaic Music
1989 "Tout Court" Polydor
1987 "A Part Ted" Phonogram/Philips
1986 "Absence" PolyGram
1985 "Si Seulement Tu Voulais Monter" Virgin France

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