April 12, 2024

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A French duet in La Bouche d'Air

A French duet in La Bouche d'Air

L'Anglais: La Bouche d'Air, Nantes, Tuesday April 16 at 8:30 p.m. A French song duet.

The Englishman, with his unapologetic poetry, created the project “Il Pleut des Voix” with the Choir of the Humanities Department of the University of Nantes under the direction of Patrick Long.

When the English meet the Choir of the University of Nantes

During the release of his album “La Joie de la Suite”, L'Angles presents a musical odyssey; Songs of love, death and rebirth… Like a new Corypheus, he steers the boat and invites the singers to support the power of his talent on stage, adding epic, breath, organ and flesh.

Everyone, on stage, gives voice in all their states and pure emotion.

When French song becomes foreign, elegant and literary…

“The parallel between Regis Langlais and Jocelyn Leguer seems to be the wonderful fruit of L'Anglaise's journey toward the excellence of both words and music. Thus, it is “raining voices”, is switching to working with a vocal group, which may seem paradoxical. But in contrast, the track continues as a polyphonic choir of amateur singers does more than provide a setting for the duo; It joins its core like a plural instrument, leading a concerto that is both powerful and subtle. On the visitors side, we receive it as a very beautiful gift.

Alain Guilbaud, coordinator of the Collectif Spectacle en Retz, programmer of the “Les Zendimanchés” festival.

L'Anglais: La Bouche d'Air, Nantes, Tuesday April 16 at 8:30 p.m. A French song duet.

This year, La Bouche d'Air has teamed up with the Department of Culture and Initiatives of the University of Nantes for a project that brings together the English duo and the choir of the Humanities Center! A final concert will be given at Salle Paul-Fort on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 at 8:30 p.m.
Places are free for students, register via this form or directly via [email protected]!

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