Born on November 19th in Bitam (Gabon), Arland Narcisse ELLA, passionate of Classical, Gospel and Negro Spiritual music, his compositions aim mainly at Magnifying the Glory and the Love of God, his inexhaustible goodness and his infinite Mercy. He made his first steps in choral singing in 1998 and in music proper in 2001 through the vocal group Fleur de Lys. In addition to this choir, passionate about choral singing, he has respectively incorporated choirs such as the Saint Gregoire Polyphonic Choir, specialized in classical music and directed by Father Médard BE BIBANG as well as the choir the voice of Saint François d 'Seated.
After elementary courses of Solfège received in 2003 within the vocal group Fleur de Lys directed by Stéphane Daniel ASSOUMOU then choirmaster, and in his quest for musical knowledge, he finds himself at the Grand National Seminary Saint Augustin of Libreville, where he enjoys a first year training of the Certificate of Aptitude to the College Teachers in Harmony and Musicology (CAPC1 Harmonic and Musicological Analysis) given to the propedists by Auguste MBADOUMA, and Jean-Pierre MVOUMA then professors at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS ) of Libreville.
A small singer and passionate about the Pueri Cantores movement, he created in 2010 with Léonce ILOTSE, the Manécanterie saint Jean of MATHA "Petits Chanteurs de Kinguélé" that he co-directs since then. Also, eager to serve at best in singing and perfect his knowledge in vocal techniques, he will participate in an internship organized by the Singer's Workshop, after which he obtains the quality of Vocalist Assistant thus allowing him to intervene in quality. of vocal preparer in several choirs of the capital.
Guided by his love of singing and music, he will meet prominent Gabonese musicians, namely Dr. Gontran MAKA (author of the method of fast-acting musician Window Toberi), Yves Henry MBENG NDONG (President of the Gabonese Federation of Little singers), Anicet serge MABICK'MA MBADING (Director of the Choir of the Immaculate Heart and National Secretary of the Gabonese Federation of Little Singers), and the youngest of them; the violinist Antoine SIMA NDONG (Director and founder of the School of Arts '' MekoM School of Arts '', each of whom has at his own level contributed to shaping the latter by positively influencing his musical tastes, and with which he has maintained very good relations.
Moreover, wishing to perfect his knowledge in harmony, he prays all members of Free-scores, and people who have consulted his scores to kindly send him their opinions and impressions for better performance.