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Musical Creation

LA CONTROVERSE DE KARAKORUM

From the Auvergne of the troubadours to the China of the Khan

This concert is inspired by the story of the Franciscan Guillaume de Rubrouck who, twenty years before Marco Polo's journey, went to Karakorum, the ancient capital of the Mongolian of the Mongolian empire, which stretched from Beijing to Budapest. At the court of the great Mangu Khan and at the request of the latter, the monk organized a controversy on the eve of Pentecost 1254, the monk organized a peaceful theological controversy to which were invited the representatives of representatives of the main religions (Nestorian, Christian, Buddhist Muslim).


Gérard KURKDJIAN

Workshop - Conference

The spiritual power of music followed by a musical meditation


A flow of energy and beauty that straddles time and the moment, music is an outpouring and a call for freedom. Of all the arts, it is the most capable of creating almost instantaneous instantaneously of the flows of emotions, to touch the deepest part of hearts and souls.


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Les Chants d'Isis

Musical Creation

A musical journey to the heart of ancient Egypt


Where can we still hear the breath of the great texts of ancient Egypt a refined and erudite society that has left us as a legacy hymns to the divinities, elegiac love poems, canticles celebrating the profusion and the intangible links of the man to the nature, serene questionings on the beyond of life ?



Une co-production Centre Européen de Conques / Association TAO ( Traditions Afrique Orient)

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Musical Creation

LA CONTROVERSE DE KARAKORUM

From the Auvergne of the troubadours to the China of the Khan

This concert is inspired by the story of the Franciscan Guillaume de Rubrouck who, twenty years before Marco Polo's journey, went to Karakorum, the ancient capital of the Mongolian of the Mongolian empire, which stretched from Beijing to Budapest. At the court of the great Mangu Khan and at the request of the latter, the monk organized a controversy on the eve of Pentecost 1254, the monk organized a peaceful theological controversy to which were invited the representatives of representatives of the main religions (Nestorian, Christian, Buddhist Muslim).


From the Bible to the Koran

Concert - Reading

From the Bible to the Koran: Divine love, human love.

Narrated and performed under the direction of Aline Martin.

Love is spoken of in the Bible, the Koran and in mystical poetry. We read you excerpts in Hebrew, Greek, French, Arabic and Alsatian. And we sing it in the repertoire of the three monotheistic religions. Concert-reading proposed by the association À livre ouvert / wie ein offenes Buch

Sacred Junior Days

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Sofia Falkovitch

The first female cantor to graduate in Europe and the only one in France, Sofia Falkovitch is a mezzo a mezzo-soprano singer. Born in Moscow, she studied cantorial art in Israel, Germany and in Israel, Germany and Canada with great singing teachers and masters of Jewish masters of Jewish music.
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Set Vocal Exosphère

Both a collection of prayers and poetry, psalms and haikus, Supplications invites the listener to save his or her soul and body in the face of the disasters we are experiencing. The author prays to the elements such as light, wind, or water to preserve us, to soothe our anxieties, but also to our own feelings to spare us. Simple and rich, these very short texts have several levels of reading.
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Khadija El Afrit

Daughter of a master of Arabic music, Khadija El Afrit grew up in the corridors of the national conservatory of Sousse in Tunisia. From an early age, she rubbed shoulders with great sheikhs of oral tradition and inherited their attraction for authenticity and renewal in cultural mixtures.

Sold-out meeting with registered school groups

Boud-Cham

Workshop of initiation to Mongolian diphonic singing

Listed since 2010 by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the traditional art of diphonic singing is a cultural expression of Mongolia's identity.



Crédit photo : Sh. Nomindari 2015 - 2017 - Ts. Otgonbaatar 2017
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Jeudi 17 juin 2021

Horloge

Opening concert

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Ariana Vafadari - Half Franc Iranienne

Carried by Ariana Vafadari's blossoming voice and the breath of millennia-old Zoroastrian texts, this show created in 2020 promises to be feminine and intense. The Franco-Iranian mezzo invites us with her musicians to a timeless musical tale, expression of the spiritual journey of a young woman called Anahita
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Doron Schleifer and Corina Marti

Fourteenth-century Italian polyphonic music has been compared to a "dazzling meteor" erupting in a dark sky &, once its energy has dissipated, disappearing just as suddenly.
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Set Vocal Exosphère

Both a collection of prayers and poetry, psalms and haikus, Supplications invites the listener to save his or her soul and body in the face of the disasters we are experiencing. The author prays to the elements such as light, wind, or water to preserve us, to soothe our anxieties, but also to our own feelings to spare us. Simple and rich, these very short texts have several levels of reading.

Sacred Junior Days

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Duo RASA – Music from North India

"Rasa", which literally means "sap", is a fundamental concept in the classical arts of India that governs the whole aesthetic theory of the expression of feelings in the performance arts. As an art of the moment and in accordance with tradition, the two musicians will choose a repertoire of Raga-s, a repertoire whose origins lie in the sacred texts of the Indian civilization called Veda-s.
Boud-Cham

Hatan – 100% female Mongolian traditional music and dance quintet

Founded in 2013, Hatan (Queen) is the first 100% female Mongolian ensemble based outside of Mongolia. Trained in Ulaanbaatar at leading schools for traditional music, these women perform internationally from their home country of Germany. From the very first listen, it is a connection to the environment that links the listener to the musical vibrations. In Mongolia, in an animist society steeped in shamanism and Buddhism, art, poetry and music are a means of dialogue, evocation or incarnation of nature.
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Madamicella – Women's Vocal Quartet

Sacred Corsican Polyphonies in the Feminine.

Of the Corsican polyphonies, we know especially their male side... But it is to forget that since a few years, and this thanks to the emergence of of several feminine groups, the women are not confined any more to the monodies and have appropriated these polyphonic songs, profane and sacred.

Sold-out meeting with registered school groups

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Sofia Falkovitch

The first female cantor to graduate in Europe and the only one in France, Sofia Falkovitch is a mezzo a mezzo-soprano singer. Born in Moscow, she studied cantorial art in Israel, Germany and in Israel, Germany and Canada with great singing teachers and masters of Jewish masters of Jewish music.
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Narjes Salmouna & Jasser Haj Youssef

Jasser Haj Youssef & Narjes Salmouna offer an original program exploring Sufi traditions, carrying a message of peace and tolerance. A female voice and the twelve strings of the viola d'amore, which are only found on rare occasions, are mixed with this repertoire. In the continuity of the last album of Jasser Haj Youssef "Resonance" closed by a song of Rumi, these poems and spiritual texts content the night, the stars and Mary, mother of Jesus Christ.
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Exosphere Vocal Ensemble

Both a collection of prayers and poetry, psalms and haikus, Supplications invites the listener to save his or her soul and body in the face of the disasters we are experiencing. The author prays to the elements such as light, wind, or water to preserve us, to soothe our anxieties, but also to our own feelings to spare us. Simple and rich, these very short texts have several levels of reading.
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Ariana Vafadari - Half Franc Iranienne

Carried by Ariana Vafadari's blossoming voice and the breath of millennia-old Zoroastrian texts, this show created in 2020 promises to be feminine and intense. The Franco-Iranian mezzo invites us with her musicians to a timeless musical tale, expression of the spiritual journey of a young woman called Anahita
Boud-Cham

Hatan - 100% female Mongolian traditional music and dance quintet

Founded in 2013, Hatan (Queen) is the first 100% female Mongolian ensemble based outside of Mongolia. Trained in Ulaanbaatar at leading schools for traditional music, these women perform internationally from their home country of Germany. From the very first listen, it is a connection to the environment that links the listener to the musical vibrations. In Mongolia, in an animist society steeped in shamanism and Buddhism, art, poetry and music are a means of dialogue, evocation or incarnation of nature.
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Madamicella - Female vocal ensemble

Sacred Corsican Polyphonies in the Feminine.

Of the Corsican polyphonies, one knows especially their male side... But it is to forget that since a few years, and this thanks to the emergence of several female groups, the women are no longer confined to the monodies and monodies and have appropriated these polyphonic songs, profane and sacred.
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Doron Schleifer and Corina Marti

Fourteenth-century Italian polyphonic music has been compared to a "dazzling meteor" erupting in a dark sky &, once its energy has dissipated, disappearing just as suddenly.
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Duo RASA - North Indian music

"Rasa", which literally means "sap", is a fundamental concept in the classical arts of India that governs the whole aesthetic theory of the expression of feelings in the performance arts. As an art of the moment and in accordance with tradition, the two musicians will choose a repertoire of Raga-s, a repertoire whose origins lie in the sacred texts of the Indian civilization called Veda-s.
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Musical Ensemble for Peace

The Ensemble Musical Pour La Paix is directed by Bachir Chami, a former Cistercian monk and opera singer of Lebanese origin. In creating the group, he wished to promote an intercultural and interreligious musical dialogue between the East and the West, with musicians from different cultures and traditions.
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Conference - Tasting of CORSES POLYPHONIES

Sacred Corsican Polyphonies in the Feminine


By Nadine Rossello, of the Madamicella Ensemble

Corsican polyphony, a very singular oral transmission repertoire, changes the usual codes of positioning (closed semicircle), accountability (one per voice) and exchanges (no direction) within the group. It opens to a form of interpretation very incarnated which leaves a real space of freedom (tempis) and improvisation (ornaments) to the singers.

Musical Walk

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Duo RASA - North Indian music

"Rasa", which literally means "sap", is a fundamental concept in the classical arts of India that governs the whole aesthetic theory of the expression of feelings in the performance arts. As an art of the moment and in accordance with tradition, the two musicians will choose a repertoire of Raga-s, a repertoire whose origins lie in the sacred texts of the Indian civilization called Veda-s.
Boud-Cham

Hatan - 100% female Mongolian traditional music and dance quintet

Founded in 2013, Hatan (Queen) is the first 100% female Mongolian ensemble based outside of Mongolia. Trained in Ulaanbaatar at leading schools for traditional music, these women perform internationally from their home country of Germany. From the very first listen, it is a connection to the environment that links the listener to the musical vibrations. In Mongolia, in an animist society steeped in shamanism and Buddhism, art, poetry and music are a means of dialogue, evocation or incarnation of nature.
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Musical Ensemble for Peace

The Ensemble Musical Pour La Paix is directed by Bachir Chami, a former Cistercian monk and opera singer of Lebanese origin. In creating the group, he wished to promote an intercultural and interreligious musical dialogue between the East and the West, with musicians from different cultures and traditions.
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Programmation du festival 2021

Doron Schleifer and Corina Marti

Fourteenth-century Italian polyphonic music has been compared to a "dazzling meteor" erupting in a dark sky &, once its energy has dissipated, disappearing just as suddenly.
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Khadija El Afrit

Daughter of a master of Arabic music, Khadija El Afrit grew up in the corridors of the national conservatory of Sousse in Tunisia. From an early age, she rubbed shoulders with great sheikhs of oral tradition and inherited their attraction for authenticity and renewal in cultural mixtures.
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Narjes Salmouna & Jasser Haj Youssef

Jasser Haj Youssef & Narjes Salmouna offer an original program exploring Sufi traditions, carrying a message of peace and tolerance. A female voice and the twelve strings of the viola d'amore, which are only found on rare occasions, are mixed with this repertoire. In the continuity of the last album of Jasser Haj Youssef "Resonance" closed by a song of Rumi, these poems and spiritual texts content the night, the stars and Mary, mother of Jesus Christ.
Boud-Cham

Hatan - 100% female Mongolian traditional music and dance quintet

Founded in 2013, Hatan (Queen) is the first 100% female Mongolian ensemble based outside of Mongolia. Trained in Ulaanbaatar at leading schools for traditional music, these women perform internationally from their home country of Germany. From the very first listen, it is a connection to the environment that links the listener to the musical vibrations. In Mongolia, in an animist society steeped in shamanism and Buddhism, art, poetry and music are a means of dialogue, evocation or incarnation of nature.
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Madamicella - Female vocal ensemble

Sacred Corsican Polyphonies in the Feminine.

Of the Corsican polyphonies, one knows especially their male side... But it is to forget that since a few years, and this thanks to the emergence of several female groups, the women are no longer confined to the monodies and monodies and have appropriated these polyphonic songs, profane and sacred.
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Dimanche 20 juin 2021

Horloge
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Musical Ensemble for Peace

The Ensemble Musical Pour La Paix is directed by Bachir Chami, a former Cistercian monk and opera singer of Lebanese origin. In creating the group, he wished to promote an intercultural and interreligious musical dialogue between the East and the West, with musicians from different cultures and traditions.
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Sofia Falkovitch

The first female cantor to graduate in Europe and the only one in France, Sofia Falkovitch is a mezzo-soprano a mezzo-soprano singer. Born in Moscow, she studied cantorial art in Israel, Germany and in Israel, Germany and Canada with great singing teachers and masters of Jewish masters of Jewish music.
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Narjes SALMOUNA

Tunisian singer graduated in 2005 from the Higher Institute of Music of Sousse. She has already participated as a singer in many international concerts in the prestigious stages of the Arab world.

Registration required - With free participation

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Dimanche 20 juin 2021

Horloge
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Beginning of the concert at 15H00

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Kinan ALZOUHIR

Kinan Alzouhir is a professional Syrian singer (having studied at the Higher Institute of Music in Damascus). Music Institute of Damascus), and specialized in lyrical and sacred songs.
Kinan presents the Christian music of Syria with songs in Aramaic (the language spoken by Jesus), Byzantine, Syriac (the ancient Syrian language), Arabic, French and English.
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Lloïca CZACKIS

Lloica Czackis will perform Nigunim, which Rabbi Shneur Zalman, one of the founders of the Hasidic movement, described as follows: "There are doors in heaven that can only be opened by melody and song.
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Khadija El Afrit

Daughter of a master of Arabic music, Khadija El Afrit grew up in the corridors of the national conservatory of Sousse in Tunisia. From an early age, she rubbed shoulders with great sheikhs of oral tradition and inherited their attraction for authenticity and renewal in cultural mixtures.

Registration required - With free participation

Option to participate in a guided tour of the An Nour Center, after the concert, depending on availability from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. upon registration

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Sofia Falkovitch

The first female cantor to graduate in Europe and the only one in France, Sofia Falkovitch is a mezzo-soprano a mezzo-soprano singer. Born in Moscow, she studied cantorial art in Israel, Germany and in Israel, Germany and Canada with great singing teachers and masters of Jewish masters of Jewish music.
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Ariana Vafadari - Half Franc Iranienne

Carried by Ariana Vafadari's blossoming voice and the breath of millennia-old Zoroastrian texts, this show created in 2020 promises to be feminine and intense. The Franco-Iranian mezzo invites us with her musicians to a timeless musical tale, expression of the spiritual journey of a young woman called Anahita
catho croix

Musical Ensemble for Peace

The Ensemble Musical Pour La Paix is directed by Bachir Chami, a former Cistercian monk and opera singer of Lebanese origin. In creating the group, he wished to promote an intercultural and interreligious musical dialogue between the East and the West, with musicians from different cultures and traditions.
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Jasser HAJ YOUSSEF

Introduced to oriental music and improvisation by his father Hacine Haj Youssef, he pursues in parallel an academic training at the conservatory of Monastir and plays the violin in the Youth Orchestra with which he gives several concerts.
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Eolian Harp Ensemble

Pieces from the English-influenced religious repertoire will be presented, including pieces from the court of King Henry VIII, from the Irish tradition of the Middle Ages to "contemporary" Irish music, as well as some pieces from the Italian Renaissance, such as Rognoni's diminutions of the motet "Pulchra es".
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Cantor Shmuel Barzilaï

A concert by one of Europe's great 'hazzanim, Shmuel Barzilai. Since 1992, this lyric tenor has been the principal cantor ('hazzan in Hebrew) of the Jewish community of Vienna, and each of his concerts throughout Europe and even the world is an opportunity to discover his great talent for vocal expression and his perfect mastery of the art of cantorial.