Nathalie Derome is a multi-disciplinary designer located in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) mostly employed in the areas of theater and overall performance art, but she’s maintained loose ties with music throughout her profession. The sister of popular Montrealer avant-garde saxophonist Jean Derome, she revolves in the external rings from the Ambiances Magnétiques planetary program, pursuing an eccentric orbit that’s her personal. Her work mainly takes the form of stage displays dealing with the partnership between designer and general public and fact/virtuality. Derome analyzed drama in the Université du Québec ? Montréal where she finished her bachelor degree’s in 1984. Over time of taking part in university shows, street shows, and so on (including looks alongside her sibling), she and some close friends produced the multi-disciplinary group La Peau des Dents, from your name of her 1st major creation. Mixing literature, music, movie theater, dance, and visible arts, the present also set up the “custom-fit” strategy of the musician, which includes continuously adapting a functionality to obtainable means (space and materials). Other shows followed, such as for example Une Pelle et el Râteau (1988), Retour du Refoulé (1990), and Le Voyage de Pénélope (1992), all mainly provided in the Province of Quebec, specific French-speaking parts of Canada (New-Brunswick, Manitoba), and European countries. In 1995, she produced the production firm Les Productions Nathalie Derome and begun to make shows by as well as for various other artists, such as for example poet François Martel (she also staged the 50th wedding anniversary tribute towards the seminal reserve Refus Global in 1998). Des Mots, d’la Dynamite, Théâtre en Forme de Femme (Phrases, Dynamite, Theater in the form of a female, 1996) noticed her integrating music into her close performance. It had been her first display to exceed important acclaim and reach a particular level of well-known achievement. In 1999-2000, she provided Les 4 Ronds Sont Allumés, a tune cycle/storyteller performance supported by Ambiances Magnétiques music artists René Lussier (electric guitar), and Guillaume Dostaler (keyboards), leading to her first-ever Compact disc being released by the end of 2000. The display Du Temps d’Antennes, provided throughout 2001 in a little space and before very small viewers, received raving testimonials.