Camille Bertault is France's new star of vocal jazz. Charming, humorous, expressive and unprecedentedly versatile. Le Figaro calls her "an unheard-of talent". She became famous with breakneck virtuoso vocal versions of intricate bebop standards. Today, she sees herself much more as a musical storyteller, especially with her refined original compositions, blurring influences from modern jazz, Brazilian music and French chanson. Her connection to the piano, and thus also with her duo partner David Helbock, is a very special one - after all, she began her career as an award-winning classical pianist. And the two share a special love of Brazilian music, especially that of pianist Hermeto Pascoal. David Helbock, on the other hand, like Camille Bertault, is a master of storytelling in music. For the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Helbock "belongs to the generation of young jazz musicians who are currently breaking the boundaries of their profession", who are radically changing the musical understanding of old and new, of composition and improvisation, of style and personality, and who are going their own way. Bertault and Helbock performed as a duo for the first time at the Austrian "Inntöne Festival" in early August 2021, and the connection ignited instantly, both on and off stage.