Who Is Edmond Dédé Wife Sylvie Leflet? Was He Married?

Edmond Dédé's wife Sylvie Leaflet was a French woman and a sheer art passionate lady whose initial works in art preservation never went unnoticed.

One year after he moved to Paris to study classical music, he met and married Sylvie in 1864, and the pair were blessed with their only son Eugene Arcade Dede.

The Catholic singer and the pure advocate of raw expression through musical flow, Dede has been the pioneer of many subsequent musical genres.

Before Sylvie met Dede, he was just one year into the core composure of classical masterpieces in music.

The violin maestro had moved to the Europen art bowl just a year earlier from the United States, where he used to survive via the selling of sheet music.

His change in the form of music, aided by his perfect finesse in Violin, led him to his first job in Bordeaux.

 Sylvie and Dede had moved to Bordeaux in 1864, and then he was selected as the general conductor of Ballet in Grand Theatre.

The legendary music composer and violin guru left the world on January 5, 1901.

Google Doodle has marked his 194th birthday with a glorious musical-themed pictorial emblem in his name on November 20, 2021.

What Was Edmond Dédé's Net Worth?

Acclaimed musical maestro and perfect violin player Dede was struggling in his early career with sheet music sales.

But his migration to Europe and his works on classical music in Paris assigned him some highly prized jobs, especially the operation director post in a major theatre.

The composer did many concerts and moved worldwide to present his melodies and soothing symphonies to the demanding public ears.

He accumulated quite a revere and a large sum of fortune throughout his performer journey that ranks him at the mark of $10 million in present value.

Who Comprise Edmond Dédé Family? Biography Of The Star

Edmond was a family man who married only once in 1864 to his beautiful partner Sylvie Leflet in France.

The family of three, his son Eugene born in 1866, lived most of their life in Bordeaux of France while the musical pioneer Edmond traveled around the globe for concerts.

Known best for his Quasimodo Symphony and the minor variances of Le Serment, he served many years as the conductor of ballet house and great orchestras.