11 September 1941
|Known for||Le Matin sur la rivière (1976)|
Ève Brenner (born 11 September 1941) is a French opera singer notable for her voice which could cover five octaves. She has two children, the singer Aude Brenner, and director Gilles Paquet-Brenner.
Brenner was born in Saint-Chartier. Her parents were both musicians. Her father, Ludwig Brenner, was deported in 1942, leaving her mother Jeanne to raise the children alone. The family returned to Paris at the end of the war, where her mother rejoined her orchestra and left her children in the care of their grandparents. Aged 14, Brenner left school to join her mother’s orchestra.
Brenner released several singles and EPs from the 1970s onwards.
Singles and EPs
- Le matin sur la rivière, 1976, Pathé
- La sicilienne, 1977, Pathé
- L'enfant, 1979, Pathé
- A comme Amour, 1979, Delphine Records
- Memories, 1980, Pathé
- "Hymne", 1980, Kébec-Disque
- Amoureuse, 1981, Philips/Phonogram
- Au nom de l'amour, Delphine Records
- Le rêve d’Ève, 1984, Philips/Phonogram
- Ave Maria Norma, 1985, Carrier
- Keep going, 1987, CBS
- "Ève Brenner, fille du pays - , Saint-Chartier (36) - La Nouvelle République" (in French). Lanouvellerepublique.fr. 11 June 2013. Retrieved 2 August 2014.
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