Bruno COQUATRIX

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Industrialist, Businessman

FrenchBorn Bruno COQUATRIX

Mainly known as the owner and manager of the music hall Paris Olympia

Born on August 4, 1910 in Ronchin, France , France

Died on April 1, 1979 in Paris, France

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Bruno Coquatrix firstly made himself known as songs and music writer. He wrote over 300 songs, e.g. Mon ange (1940) ; Clopin-clopant (1947); Cheveux dans le vent (1949)), as well as some operettas.

He was the impresario of some French singers, e.g. Jacques Pills and Lucienne Boyer. He managed the variety theatre Bobino before he took over the Olympia, Europe’s biggest music hall in 1954. He then staged all the era’s celebrities, e.g. Georges Brassens, Jacques Brel, Gilbert Bécaud, Johnny Hallyday, Dalida, Édith Piaf, Annie Cordy, Mireille Mathieu, Yves Montand, and so many others. He also co-founded a records company, the Disques Versailles.

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