Les Voix de Daïa are a French classical crossover group of children who made their debut in 2009 with the hit album Les Classiques en Chansons. Led by classical pianist and composer Vivian Roost and composer Michel Eli, they are a quintet comprised of vocalists Céline Magnano (who was 20 years old at the time of the group's debut), Joséphine Ramseyer-Noel (15 years old), Anastasia Ramseyer-Noel (12 years old), Constance Guignot (12 years old), and Alex (ten years old), the latter of whom is the only boy in the group. Les Voix de Daïa made their full-length album debut in 2009 with Les Classiques en Chansons on the label TF1 Musique. Reminiscent of Vox Angeli, a classical crossover group of six children produced by Simon Cowell that debuted to blockbuster success the previous year, Les Voix de Daïa perform works by Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky, Johannes Brahms, Franz Schubert, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frédéric Chopin, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Ludwig van Beethoven on their debut album. Les Classiques en Chansons peaked at number 11 on the French albums chart. The song "Ma Famille" was released as the lead single while the follow-up single, "La Voix de la Terre," was a Top 30 hit on the singles chart.
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