The distant voice of Anath, opened by Zad Moultaka, takes us to ancient Ugarit as if the music came from a manuscript dating from 4000 BC. It is a crossing towards Où en est la nuit, a space of sounds breathing feverishly in the heart of human violence, going through the expanse of night, being distorted, and deteriorating in a moment of extreme tension. For the American Michelle Lou (1975), the passages in Burial will occur in the very interior of the musical texture, which, although exposed like a continuous element, questions the articulations of density, different temporalities and singular psychological outlines. As for the Pole Agata Zubel (1978), with Streets of a Human City, a work both colourful and energetic, she guides us through the mazes and meanders of the individual's mind.
Duration / 1 h 00
Production 2e2m / With the support of CRR de Paris.
In partnership with the Polish Institute in Paris.
Concert recorded by France Musique.
Streets of a Human City
bass & ensemble
Où en est la nuit
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