Melody Dylem

Melody started at age 15 as a singer in different events (private concerts, company parties, etc.). In 2000, she had her first television appearance on the Swiss french TV (« les Coups de cœur » of Alain Morisod. Then she had the opportunity to get into the Little Dreams Foundation created by Orianne and Phil Collins where she was sponsored by the artist Phil Collins during her training (singing lessons at CV Prod Paris, at the Swiss Jazz School of Bern, danse, theater…) until she became graduated in 2004. During year 2001, Melody was invited to sing a duet with Phil Collins and his legendary musicians (Chester Thompson, Leland Sklar, …) on the hit single “A groovy kind of love” at the Grand Casino of Geneva. During those four years at the Little Dreams Foundation, Melody sang with the « LDF band » on most of the greatest scenes in Switzerland (Arena of Geneva, Montreux Jazz Festival, Stadium of Sion (supporting act for canadian singer Garou), etc.). In 2003, she was semi-finalist of international competition « Jazz Voice Montreux jazz festival ». Between 2006-2013, she was the singer of different studio projects and did private concerts. She also was a singing teacher in different music school. In 2012, Melody created the band “Tribute to Rock” in which she covers various songs of Rock FM’. She began to create her first solo album called DYLEM in her home studio in 2013. Melody is also dancing as modern jazz as classical since she is 6. She also was the lead singer of the Swiss band symphonic metal “Elferya” during some years.

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