The philosophy behind ‘Les Salons de Musique’ is to bring about original and exclusive meetings between preeminent musicians. These meetings take place in unusual and intimate venues. The musicians share their emotions with each other and with the audience: a recipe for unforgettable moments. This 20th episode of ‘Les Salons de Musique’ brings us Rosemary Standley, who revisits a mix of old, popular folk as well as art music. She explores all genres while taking us on a journey to enchanting worlds. While juggling a range of composers, she masters their repertoires. For her episode of ‘Les Salons de Musique’, Rosemary Standley offers us a four-legged journey. First, she invites a number of musical friends, including Bruno Helstroffer (theorbo and guitar), Elizabeth Geiger (clavichord), and Martin Bauer (viola da gamba), with whom she brings her personal take on early music to the stage. Then, the vocalist invites pianist Sylvian Griotto to join her in performance. After this, accompanied by the Brazilian cellist Dom la Nena, she leaves the beaten track behind for a folk recital. Rosemary Standley performs music written or made popular by the likes of Kurt Weill, Peggy Lee, Henry Purcell, and Leonard Cohen. Last but not least, the ‘Moriarty’ ensemble appears on stage. This group was founded in 1995 by six musicians from American, French, Swiss, and Vietnamese descend. Moriarty finds its inspiration in the American blues of the 1930s, while elements from jazz, traditional Malinese music, electronic music, folk and klezmer are also put in the mix.