Concerts

Mounir Troudi

  • Mounir Troudi
  • 02
  • OCT
  • Concerts
  • 02 october 2014

Mounir Troudi’s musical career is punctuated with several collaborations with figures of the international musical scene, such as the Italian Antonio Maiello, the Turkish Mercan Dédé, the Tunisian SKNDR and the Canadian Erik Truffaz. They have, one by one, enriched his career. However, he never dissociated himself from a musical heritage that marked his early stages : Sufi music.

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Raghunath Manet - India

  • Raghunath Manet - India
  • 01
  • OCT
  • Concerts
  • 01 october 2014

Dancer, choreographer, musician, composer, singer, Raghunath Manet is all at the same time. Spiritual son of Ram Gopal, Raghunath is considered as one of the greatest Indian artists. He is renowned for innovating and introducing for the first time the notion of choreography in the bharata-natyam, a style of classical dance of South India, usually a solo practice.

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ABOU DIARRA - Mali

  • ABOU DIARRA - Mali
  • 30
  • SEP
  • Concerts
  • 30 september 2014

Marked by the ancestral culture of the mandika hunters, Abou Diarra is a kamale ngoni (Malian sitar) player whose career could be considered strange and unusual. Trained by a visually impaired virtuoso master he knew for seven years, he had walked, for several months, the roads between Abidjan and Bamaka… on foot, accompanied only by his instrument.

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Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco

  • Luis de la Carrasca - Flamenco
  • 29
  • SEP
  • Concerts
  • 29 september 2014

Native of the Andalusian land, Luis de la Carrasca never forgot his origins. It is his roots that the singer celebrated in this show, created to pay tribute to the most renowned artitits of his natal Grenade : Maude de Falla, Federico García Lorca, Mario Maya, Enrique Morente, and the Habichuela family.

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Sana Moussa - Classical Palestinian and Arab Repertoire

  • Sana Moussa - Classical Palestinian and Arab Repertoire
  • 27
  • SEP
  • Concerts
  • 27 september 2014

Hawajess (haunting, invasive thoughts) is a new musical performance by the Palestinian singer Sana Moussa, who invites us to a trip through divers classical Arab musical styles, such as the Palestinian traditional chanson and the muwashshah or the monologue.

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Oum - Sahrawi songs, groove jazz and soul

  • Oum - Sahrawi songs, groove jazz and soul
  • 26
  • SEP
  • Concerts
  • 26 september 2014

From Sahrawi origins, Oum El Ghait Benessahroui, known as Oum, is a multifaceted artist born in Casablanca and raised in Marrakesh. Her songs are a mix of soul and melodic and rhythmic twists that find their origins in African, touareg or jazzy music, all completed with Hassanya poetry from the Moroccan desert culture.

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National Sound Archive

National Sound Archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Baron d'Erlanger's archive

Tunicomus

Tunicomus

Virtual Visit

Virtual Visit


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