Chantilly's artists take to the stage at the Prix de Diane Longines

From 5pm, listen to concerts by Chantilly-based artists: Léonie, Quitterie and London Groove Factory will take to the stage in Diane’s Village to treat you to an unforgettable concert experience, rounding of your afternoon to music on Sunday 18th June at Chantilly racecourse.


Léonie is a singer-songwriter from Chantilly who has been passionate about music from a very young age. Her style is influenced by R’n’B and Soul, which she masterfully reworks using her own musical references, such as Jorja Smith, Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill. Leonie is pursuing a career in music and has released her first album, Divine Energy, which has a modern R’n’B vibe.


This Chantilly-born musician, singer, songwriter, composer and performer lives to the rhythm of the music that has soothed her since childhood, when her family spent a lot of time abroad. Influenced by the classics that nourish her nostalgia for this period, she composes melodies impregnated with the music of Dusty Springfield, Tina Turner, Elvis Presley and Queen, to name but a few, coupled with a blend of country and blues, soul, jazz and rock. She is also happy to dip into French music from the past and present, as well as melodies from her favourite musicals.

London Groove Factory

London Groove Factory is a music group based in London but hailing from Senlis, made up of four musicians: Chiara Buratti (base and vocals), Mathis Geffroy (drums), Noah Maheux (guitar) and Maxime Odokine (piano).

The group’s musical style is influenced by artists such as John Mayer, Scary Pockets and The Police. Catchy melodies, rich vocal harmonies and attentive instrumental arrangements are characteristic of their music. The result is an energetic sound that is both modern and timeless, and that will delight fans of all types of music.