Estelle Perrault dreams of Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday and constantly immerses herself in listening to great pianists she has admired such as Bud Powell or Bobby Timmons. Her 2nd album, Dare That Dream, nourished by original compositions and standards, is thought as an awakening to this luminous nostalgia. The timbre and the particular modulations of the voice of the young singer of 31 years reconnect us to the spirit and breath of the great ladies of jazz of the 1930s. "Dare That Dream", the dream of being yourself, the dream of fulfilling yourself through music. Dare That Dream is also a nod to the jazz standard Darn that Dream (Jimmy Van Heusen, 1931). More than an art, singing for Estelle Perrault is a spiritual connection to the musical inspirations of the past to which she feels close but also, on a more personal level, an emotional connection to family roots that are too distended.