WHO is who?
RSB Artists' team
Props master at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse since 1977, after having studied singing, dance, flute, art drawing and decorative tapestry with professors from the Beaux Arts of Toulouse, Serge Doumeng is a true opera lover. He has also regularly collaborated with the International Festival international d'art lyrique d'Aix-en-Provence and the Chorégies d'Orange, and over the years has made friends with personalities from the musical world, such as Michel Plasson and Nicolas Joël, with whom he has had the opportunity to share his knowledge of singers and the lyric repertoire. Since 2008, he is artistic advisor of RSB artists' agency, helping to enrich and diversify the artists' repertoire, as well as prospecting new talent.
The pianist Nicolas Jouve studied at the CNSMD in Paris and at the Hochschule in Vienna, with the pianist Walter Moore. In addition to his activity as a recital partner, he has recorded 4 CDs with artists such as Amel Brahim-Djelloul, Julien Behr, Anaïk Morel; he has been an accompanist at the CNSMD in Lyon since 2003 and works regularly as a coach at the Opéra national de Lyon. Since 2011, he puts his passion, his knowledge of the vocal repertoire and singers at the service of the RSB Artists agency, as an artistic advisor. in 2014, his functions were expanded as artistic delegate, with the main missions of advising the artists and the agency team (choice of repertoire, artistic advice, career development) and prospecting new talent.
Graduate of a Master's degree in Artistic Management from Lyon 2 University, Perrine Laurent has always been passionate about music. In addition to her studies in economics and business management, she studied the flute at the Conservatoires of Dijon and Lyon. By joining the RSB Artists team for her final internship, she learned to discover the lyrical world. Then she became booking and production manager on her own before joining RSB Artists agency in 2017 as artists manager.
Perrine Laurent is also a member of the Association Française des Agents Artistiques (AFAA) and of the European Association of Artists Manager (AEAA).
After a career as a musician (piano, percussion, oboe, voice) and teacher at the Conservatory of Music in these last two disciplines (holder of DE and CA), Catherine Lassalle has chosen to help talented and daring musicians in the development of their careers. She earned a master's degree in Music Administration and Management at the University Jean Monnet of Saint-Etienne in 2014. For her final internship, she joined the team RSB Artists, which allows her to create her own agency.
Above all, she is interested in original approaches, using historical, rare or little-known instruments, but the association of artists or different types of music attracts her as well. Therefore, she proposes programmes ranging from early to contemporary music, but also traditional music, different forms of jazz, and improvisation. She joined the RSB Artist’s team in 2019, as a booker.
Victoire le Bras
Production and communication manager
Graduate of a master’s degree in Cultural Management at the Public Management and Territorial Governance Institute of Aix-en-Provence, Victoire le Bras has chosen to work close to the artists.
As a production manager of several independant ensembles such as le Cercle de l’Harmonie (cond. Jérémie Rhorer), la Maîtrise des Pays de la Loire (cond. Sophie Siegler), Pygmalion (cond. Raphaël Pichon) ou Les Talens Lyriques (cond. Christophe Rousset), she develops this taste of being in the field, working with cultural partners and managing projects of excellence at a national and internationl level.
She joined the RSB Artists team in February 2020 as head of production and communication to put her skills at the service of the agency and its artists. She is also the executive secretary of the European Association of Artists Manager (AEAA).
Booking - Ensemble Il Caravaggio
Diplômée de l’Ecole de Management de Grenoble, Marie Maya a débuté sa carrière professionnelle dans le monde du commerce et de l'industrie ; d'abord en Allemagne (Zanox AG), puis en République Tchèque (Exxon mobil) et en France (E-mobilia). En 2009, elle choisit de se réorienter vers le secteur culturel, qu'elle affectionne tout particulièrement. Ainsi elle est engagée en 2010 comme attachée de production et de communication par Les Musiciens du Louvre (direction Marc Minkowski) et collabore parallèlement avec le festival Les Pianissimes. Elle exerce ensuite en tant qu'attachée d'administration et de communication auprès de l'Orchestre National de Belgique, avant de rejoindre RSB Artists entre 2013 et 2018 en tant qu'agent artistique, où elle met ses compétences au service d'artistes de niveau international.
En 2019, elle est de retour chez RSB artists, cette fois en tant que chargée de diffusion de l'ensemble Il Caravaggio. Marie Maya fonde en parallèle sa propre structure, Bulles de Sons 21, avec laquelle elle propose des ateliers d'éveil musical pour les tout petits.
Director / Artist management
Réda Sidi-Boumedine is a Chemical Engineer, graduated from the Ecole Nationale Polytechnique (Algiers) in 1998 and holds a PhD in Process Engineering from the Ecole des Mines de Paris in 2003. In 2002, he completed a European research stay at the University of Oldenbourg and, in 2004, a Post-Doc at IFP-Énergies Nouvelles. After this rich professional experience in the world of research and industry, he decided to redirect his career and created in 2006, with Christian Lemoine, an artistic agency under the name of RSB Artists. Artistic management work has become a passion for him and the development of the agency today offers him the opportunity to work with a dynamic, close-knit and professional team and artists of international level.
Réda Sidi-Boumedine is also Vice Presdient of the Association Française des Agents Artistiques (AFAA) and Presdient of the European Association of Artists Manager (AEAA).