Nov
26

Traditional music as a source of European jazz? Eastern European music and music from Auvergne

09:00

This meeting will be constructed in two parts. First, a development in English on European music scenes with a focus on countries such as Slovenia. How are these scenes have been inspired by their territories’ traditional music? How does this phenomenon depict a will to create new and fully contemporary music while maintaining a filiation?

The second part will then be covered in French, with speakers form the Auvergne traditional music scene. What has been happening these last few years on their territory, as it has been particularly dynamic, basing itself on numerous projects, artists of all ages revisiting, inspiring from and transforming their heritage ?

This meeting will be illustrated by listening sessions commented by the speakers.

 

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This meeting will be constructed in two parts. First, a development in English on European music scenes with a focus on countries such as Slovenia. How are these scenes have been inspired by their territories’ traditional music? How does this phenomenon depict a will to create new and fully contemporary music while maintaining a filiation?

The second part will then be covered in French, with speakers form the Auvergne traditional music scene. What has been happening these last few years on their territory, as it has been particularly dynamic, basing itself on numerous projects, artists of all ages revisiting, inspiring from and transforming their heritage ?

This meeting will be illustrated by listening sessions commented by the speakers.

Lieu: Salle Conchon

Rue Léo Lagrange, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand

Traditional music as a source of European jazz? Eastern European music and music from Auvergne

Intervenants

Brigita Gračner

Zavod Sploh

Pierre Dugelay

Le périscope / JAZZ(s)RA

David de Abreu

AMTA (Agence des Musiques des Territoires d\'Auvergne)

Clémence Cognet

ARFI - Cie l'Excentrale

André Ricros

Cie l'Auvergne Imaginée