Accroche Note is an ensemble of soloists, founded by Françoise Kubler (soprano) and Armand Angster (clarinet) with an investment in the modern repertoire.
Each program is established according to the personality and the number of musicians constituting the group. The flexibility of its size – from solo to chamber ensemble – allows the group to approach different projects such as historically significant pieces, instrumental and vocal literature from the 20th century and today, as well as improvised music.
For several years, the ensemble has developed a policy of commissioning pieces and has collaborated with several composers. Its recent premieres include works by Pascal Dusapin, Pierre Jodlowski, Luis Naon, Alberto Posadas, Philippe Manoury, Marco-Antonio Perez-Ramirez, Ivan Fedele, Zad Moultaka, and Bruno Mantovani.