Live Productions

Producteurs

Astérios Spectacles
Created in 1992, Astérios Spectacles only produces and distributes storytelling shows. The first concerts take place in 1996 then the repertoire expands and today, Astérios presents a catalog of forty artists: song, theater, storytelling, hip-hop, rock, music emerging or more recognized artists.

3 Pom Prod

Since 2008, 3 Pom Prod is a live music producer who accompanies artists in the development of their international career since 1998. 
Year after year, a singular and demanding catalog has been built that responds to a real desire to defend ambitious artistic projects. Originally devoted to World music (Hindi Zahra, Bachar Mar-Khalifé, Tinariwen…), the catalog now opens to other musical styles, from international jazz acclaimed by professionals (Kamasi Washington, Shabaka Hutchings…) to pop/rock.
In addition to its producer activity, 3 Pom Prod is also a promoter on the French territory for a selection of international projects.Since 2013, in partnership with the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, 3 Pom Prod is at the head of the WorldStock Festival, dedicated to "world music". In 2017 and 2018, 3 Pom Prod co-produced with Giantsteps the London Jazz Calling, a British jazz festival held at la Maroquinerie (Paris).

GiantSteps
GiantSteps is a booking and production agency specialized in Jazz music. Created in 2004, the company joined Le Jardin Imparfait in early 2016. 
The ambition shared by Olivier Poubelle and Pascal Pilorget is to make of GiantSteps a major and essential player on the international Jazz scene, relying particularly on a contemporary artistic direction, one that puts jazz at the center of all musical styles and that participates in a true renewal of audiences, supporting artists able to share their art with the largest public.

Yuma Productions
Yuma Productions is a production agency created in 2009. It has collaborated with the biggest names in urban music and produced the tour of the majority of French rap artists. Today, Yuma Productions has chosen to open its catalog to new disciplines such as pop / urban variety and to develop its editorial line with urban artists with multiple influences (pop, soul, world, jazz, electro). Yuma Productions is co-managed by Eric Bellamy and Olivier Poubelle.

La Belle Saison

La Belle Saison
is positioned as a referent structure in France for the repertoire of chamber music, in terms of production, diffusion but also cultural mediation and professional integration of young musicians. Created at the initiative of the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord and of Olivier Poubelle, Olivier Mantei and Jean-François Dubos in 2013, the Belle Saison gives a national and international dimension to its concert season and federates about a demanding chamber music programming in venues with the same singular qualities :
- Excellent acoustics.
- A gauge adapted to chamber music.
- An intimacy and close relationship with the artists.
- A heritage value.
The Belle Saison brings together 20 venues in France and Europe today and produces around 15 programs per season, representing approximately 45 artists and 90 concerts. Emerging talents rub shoulders with the big names in the music scene. During a season, nearly 4,500 beneficiaries worked with the artists of La Belle Saison: conservatories and music schools, kindergartens, primary, elementary, middle and high schools, hospital, local associations, etc.
is positioned as a referent structure in France for the repertoire of chamber music, in terms of production, diffusion but also cultural mediation and professional integration of young musicians. Created at the initiative of the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord and of Olivier Poubelle, Olivier Mantei and Jean-François Dubos in 2013, the Belle Saison gives a national and international dimension to its concert season and federates about a demanding chamber music programming in venues with the same singular qualities : 

- Excellent acoustics.
- A gauge adapted to chamber music.
- An intimacy and close relationship with the artists.
- A heritage value.

The Belle Saison brings together 20 venues in France and Europe today and produces around 15 programs per season, representing approximately 45 artists and 90 concerts. Emerging talents rub shoulders with the big names in the music scene. During a season, nearly 4,500 beneficiaries worked with the artists of La Belle Saison: conservatories and music schools, kindergartens, primary, elementary, middle and high schools, hospital, local associations, etc.