(author, composer, performer)
Annick was cradled from an early age by a classical musical atmosphere. She made her piano debut at the age of 5 with a private teacher, and at the age of 9 she composed and learned to write her music.
She entered the École Normale de Musique de Paris in 1982. She studied music history and film music composition in the classes of Mr Laurent PETIT - GIRARD.
Back in Martinique in 1986, she wrote scores for children, published her first booklet on her own and opened an art school. Her concert career began in Germany in 1988 and led her to perform in festivals in Austria, Poland, Russia, Kansas (United States) where she won the composition prize for "Les gorges de la cliaise".
Other awards will be given to him: "The Distant Accords Awards 1991" in Los Angeles, which honours his instrumental compositions; in 1997 the "Albert VILLEMETZ" prize awarded by Pierre DELANOË for the composition "Symbiose".
After the production of more than 13 albums, Annick Ozier-Lafontaine presented her latest album "l'Envol" in November 2017.
A victim of its success, a new performance was proposed on February 25 at the Atrium. A fabulous journey through our beautiful landscapes, seen from the sky, the ocean and the inland where colours and nature mix.