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Sofiane Pamart

Sofiane Pamart is a piano virtuoso. He was only 4 years old when he started playing the piano. A child prodigy with an ultra-competitive soul, he proclaims himself “Piano King” and clearly defines his ambitions: to be the world’s number one piano player.

First step in this planetary conquest: Sofiane Pamart has already seduced the world of French rap. In his official bio, the artist defines himself as “a high fashion pianist with the mentality and image of a rapper”. If this attitude, associated with a fiery temperament, is impressive, the young rebel of French neoclassical music has nevertheless managed to conquer a large audience, thanks to the emotional accuracy of his work. At once poetic and dark, romantic and obscure, the melodies he composes speak to all hearts.

Genre: Classical / Contemporary
Director: Nathan Benisty
Duration: 34′
Format: HD

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Alexandre Kantorow

Alexandre Kantorow is a gifted pianist. Son of musicians, he started playing at the age of 5, won first prizes in competitions at the age of 13, and became a concert performer for the Folles Journées de Nantes and Warsaw at 16. It is therefore not surprising that, at the age of 23, Alexandre Kantorow is already counting his trophies.

In addition to a real passion for Brahms, he also shows a great interest in contemporary music. Several composers have already written for him. As an all-round pianist, he delivers today a powerful and lively interpretation of Saint-Saëns and Liszt.

Genre: Classical / Contemporary
Director: Nathan Benisty
Duration: 34′
Format: HD

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Voces Suaves – In the Middle of Our Life’s Journey

Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita (In the middle of our life’s path) is the first line of the Song of Hell, the first part of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. This verse is the inspiration for the new performance by the Basel-based ensemble Voces Suaves: a musical journey that takes the audience into the realm of the dead described in the Divine Comedy. The listener, in the footsteps of Dante, accompanies the wanderings of a soul in search of its place in the realm of the beyond.

An adventurous and innovative piece of writing, the madrigal combines poetry and music. Here it is placed in dialogue with excerpts read from the Divine Comedy.

Genre: Contemporary Music
Director: Victor Toussaint
Duration: 52′
Format: HD

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Respira Ô Anima – New Breath in the Music of 17th Century Strasbourg by Dulcis Melodia

In line with its work of rediscovery of Rhenish baroque music, Dulcis Melodia proposes a new creation centered on the music of Strasbourg in the 17th century, at a time when Italy was blowing a creative wind across Alsace. At the center of this program, which is articulated around the voice and wind instruments (including the cornet à bouquin, which was in its heyday at the time), we discover, in a subtle alternation of timbres, two collections very closely influenced by Italy, whose diffusion was widespread in the entire region and well beyond.

Genre: Contemporary Music
Director: John Blanch
Duration: 41′
Format: HD

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nOX.3 & Lindah Olah

For nOx.3 & Linda Olàh, MiMo is the extension of a very successful musical and visual research, an artistic proposal that refers to the place taken by new technologies in our lives. They question our free will, invade us and cross us.

MiMo positions nOx.3 & Linda Olàh in the restricted galaxy of contemporary and experimental artists whose work, very elaborate, remains perfectly accessible to the general public, thanks to a melodic and dreamlike jazz.

Genre: Jazz
Director: Yvan Schreck
Duration: 55′
Format: HD

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WEEPERS CIRCUS

“N’importe nawak !” is a show, aimed at children but also at older children, which is full of good humor, humor and poetry. It combines the great classics of children’s songs with new songs in a variety of styles (biguine, bluegrass, klezmer, rock, blues, pop, rap, chanson…). Here, we divert the codes, and provoke with laughter and sarcasm. The whole thing is articulated skilfully in a colored decor where the lights make appear burlesque and anachronistic characters playing a myriad of instruments: clarinet, ukulele, drums with pans, banjo, cello, etc…

Genre: French Folk / Children show
Director: Antoine Goetghebeur
Duration: 57′
Format: HD

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