Sylvain Rego in the simplest organ at Paul Sud in Strasbourg
in I’m on the right track, a humorous duo between the artist and his virtual wife, Sylvain Rego, questions nudity on stage. When do we turn to obscenity or even pornography? Great way to get naked. Between the fake lecture and the real dance, Sylvain Rego directly challenges these questions about nudity and obscenity. What is the point of that? What does that mean on a plate? Do you obey necessity?
This second single is titled fully programmatic and provocative: I’m on the right path (which, you know, doesn’t exist and isn’t true otherwise) (2020) Is there a response to the censorship that hit his video of Ste Geneviève, which was posted online in 2010 and banned for pornography?
The dancer and choreographer retrace his line of research on the simplest apparatus. “Why is the body given to see in its entirety, and thus naked, on a set, for artistic purposes, so much more traumatic—children and adults—than any video with explicit sexual innuendo, for commercial purposes?” Sylvain Rego proves that there is nothing obscene there, admitting in passing that even for a dancer it is not easy to reveal his body. But the prevailing joke, the skin gently imposes itself.
Selfie dance video
Inside the cliché association, created in 2018, Sylvain Rigot digs a very personal path, over the course of his obsession. In an attempt to expose the act of creation to the gaze of onlookers, the artist imagines the self-perceptions that are the many explorations of video dance, including dance, music, text, and images.
Against a backdrop of self-mockery, personal stories, and playing nudity with startling modesty, the dancer and choreographer shows that, for him, any artistic creation involves revealing oneself, and thus nudity. Nice demonstration after showing it It’s better to start from a cliché than to get there.
November 8 and 9 at 8:30 pm in Pôle-Sud, in Strasbourg. Duration: 55 minutes. www.pole-sud.fr
a Mundo Raroa poem of sentiment in Illkirch-Graffenstaden
With the ambition of tracing musical diagonals in time and space, the Nebensonnen Ensemble, led by mezzo-soprano Belinda Kunz, takes over the Illiade Theater on November 10 with Mundo Raro.
Starting point mexican song. Then, boarding Sephardic songs, followed by stop-and-go chant for Monteverdi and a string quartet revisited by Schubert, before setting off to the tunes of a glock, macenet, a braille song in German in honor of Marlene Dietrich, Brassens, and Hans Isler. Ending with ecstasy with Friedrich Hollander.
Filled with opera songs and Berlin cabaret repertoire
In search of moments of connection and solace, mezzo-soprano Belinda Koons leads the audience with Mundo Raro , in a “strange world”, fueled by opera and Berlin cabaret repertoire. Alongside him are classical cellist Antoine Martinsio and jazz bassist Quentin Gouraud. Together, they chart a journey where songs and universal love in the form of dances paint grammar in shimmering colour.
” with Mundo Raro , I wanted to investigate the simplicity and purity of treble vocals – guitar – cello – the freedom of tone to explore a vast repertoire. This music dear to my heart, sometimes serious, sometimes gentle or stricter, speaks of love, of loss, of loneliness, and also of solace. What is left of our paragraphs in the lives of others and the lives of others in our lives? Many sad songs for a party are not. In the cabaret, we laugh together at the common afflictions. without trying to answer, Mundo Raro “She paints the contours of universal emotions,” says Belinda Koons.
Nebensonnen, a geometry-changing ensemble made up of musicians from different backgrounds, advocates a classical and transversal approach.
Between concerts, concert tours, or room parties, Nippesunen prefers to return to these forms of simplicity. In the common thread, love of music.
November 10 at 8:30 pm at the Illiade in Illkirch-Graffenstaden. Prices: from 6 to 14 euros. www.lilliade.illkirch.eu
Don’t forget the lyrics, a giant karaoke coming soon at Zénith de Strasbourg
the offer Don’t forget the words , introduced by Nagui, has been around since 2007 and its success is undeniable. It has also become a show, on tour from April to the end of November throughout France. The concept stops in Alsace, in Zenith.
Principle, interactive concert, with swipe of words for you to sing along to the song’s greatest hits, with Zikos and Maestros – for those who know the show. Also on stage, Magali Ripoll, the show’s character and lady of ceremonies.
Some spectators will be invited to go up on stage along with the Maestros.
Friday 11 November at 8pm at Zenit Europe in Eckpulsheim. 03 88 10 50 50. Prices: from 29 euros.
The talent between music, magic and humor in Village-Neuf
The Cadiz brothers, Matthias and Julien, trained at the Lille Conservatoire and could have taken the path set as concert performers. Except that, calmed by their parents’ magical performances, they still nurture an irresistible attraction to humor, irony, and illusion, which they now combine with the classics. On stage, Les Virtuoses have music at their fingertips and magic in their blood. They don’t stay in place when they share the same keyboard.
With four hands, musicians, actors, and magicians face the crazy challenge of reconciling classical music and all audiences. As soon as Bach’s back is turned, they enjoy mixing tunes, playing backwards … Or, as worthy heirs to a family of pranksters, they show pigeons from their scores. It’s time for an explosive party also dedicated to visual and musical poetry. In a chemistry between sound, image and movement that should surprise as much as it pleases the family audience, from the age of five.
Saturday November 12 at 8:30 p.m. at RiveRhin in Village-Neuf. Price: 20/18/5 euros. Reservations 03 89 70 28 32 or at email@example.com
Romeo and Juliet on stage at the Dominican Musical at Haute Alsace in Guebueller
On Sunday, November 13, the Dominicans of Haute Alsace will receive the Gebuiler Symphony Orchestra of the Bayan Solior, to deliver a lyrical performance of the work. Romeo and Juliet.
The legendary duo alone condenses a set of vibes that everyone knows. Shakespeare’s drama has inspired exquisite musical pages with refined themes and lyrical travels. It is about love to death, passion and transcendence embodied here by two composers of two very distinct styles, one from Russia and one from the United States, united in one passion.
William Shakespeare inspired the Slavic side with Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev. Commissioned by Bolshoi in 1935, this marks a turning point in the Russian composer’s style, through the intensity and expressiveness of this work of ballet. In the West, literary drama becomes lyrical drama in the purest tradition, under the musical pen of Leonard Bernstein with his symphonic dances West side story. Both are offered with digital support from the Audiovisuel des Dominicains Centre.
Romeo and Juliet Sunday, November 13th at 4pm in the Dominican Republic, in Upper Alsace in Gebueller. Price: 12 euros.
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