Noémie Ducimetière is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and electronic artist. Noémie releases her own music as ‘Noum’, with her recent single ‘ANA' gaining recognition as BBC Radio 3's BBC Introducing track of the day. She is among the founding voices Idrîsî Ensemble which strives to revive ancient music. In 2017 she embarked on a fruitful collaboration with Thomas Fournil who went on to form the ensemble, delving into the repertoires of traditional troubadour, Corsican, and Old Roman chant. Her scores for cinema and radio have been recognised in over 40 film festivals, including IDFA, Karlovy Vary, and the Zurich Film Festival. She has been produced by the likes of Falling Tree, NOWNESS, REAL STORIES, GREENPEACE, and BFI.Since 2017 she has received training from Corsican-French composer and researcher Dr. Thomas Fournil of the Idrîsî Ensemble, Palestinian-British oud player Kareem Samara, Algerian-French Old Roman chant expert Marcel Pérès of the Organum Ensemble and Greek modal teacher Evgenios Voulgaris.Previously she learned music through touring with Gentle Mystics, busking in London and listening to Nina Simone, Edith Piaf and Billie Holiday.