Music production composition supervision for movies tv theatre opera & all media. The company has been founded in 1975 by swiss composer Louis Crelier. It has produced or published since, numerous film scores, mainly for Louis Crelier, but also for Gabriel Yared, Michel Legrand, Vladimir Cosma, Georges Delerue, Philippe Sarde … Since 2008, Crelier Music is run by Valérie Letellier and Louis Crelier.
Born in France, Valérie Letellier has grown up in Geneva. Passionate about opera since her childhood, music and voice remain to her the most amazing conjunction of the creative act. It is for this reason she started to collaborate with Louis Crelier on the opera La Citadelle de Verre then with writing the libretto of the opera La Passion selon Marie and Sheherazade.
She is currently working on several librettos for various composers.
Welcome to the site of
Crelier Music Publishing,
of Louis Crelier, composer and
of Valérie Letellier, author.
Born in Switzerland, Louis Crelier started his professional career in 1978 as resident composer of the Théâtre Populaire Romand, La Chaux-de -Fonds, Switzerland. Since then, he has composed over 30 scores for stage. Since 1981, he has specialized in film score composition (over 100 titles). In 2001, he composed the score for the film Azzurro directed by Denis Rabaglia. His music has been nominated at the World Soundtrack Awards along with composers such as John Williams and Hans Zimmer.
The Passion according to Mary, opera-oratorio, is on the way to be created in May-June 2022 in Switzerland and in Paris.
Reservations & informations : www.LaPassionSelonMarie.com
The opera Sheherazade, trial of an infidel, music by Louis Crelier, on a libretto by Valérie Letellier, had its World Premiere through the associations Opéra en Scène and Lyrique en Scène in September 2020 at the Théâtre du Concert, in Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
Le Serpent Blanc, opera for young audience, music by Philippe Dragonetti on a libretto by Valérie Letellier, will be produced in December 2022 at the Galpon, Geneva (Switzerland).