In the Lumière Institute Park
25 rue du Premier-Film
Balmino, accompanied by his old Martin guitar, revisits the most popular songs of French and Anglo-Saxon music with tenderness and skill. His voice takes listeners on a poetic adventure.
Crédit photo : Th Weber / photoform.fr
This duo, composed of Audrey Podrini, cellist and creator of poetic melodies, and Camille Thouvenot, pianist and composer of vibrant, passionate tunes, brings us a story of tango and jazz, adapting musical favourites, while also performing original compositions.
Faik Sharr is a musician with a Lumineers or Bon Iver vibe, and he is also a songwriter. This folk balladeer shares his journeys, pathways and in particular his own wanderings in Turkey or Kosovo, in search of his origins.
Sarah Laulan, an opera singer, accompanied by Rémy Poulakis, a lyrical vocalist and virtuoso improviser on the accordion, have created a unique cabaret inspired by the great musical works of the cinema and Latin American music.
Olivier Sauze improvises a personalised repertoire from the hundreds of songs he has in his guitar. From Brassens to Bowie, from Nougaro to Nirvana, from Rue Kétanou to Queens of the Stone Age, in French, English or makeshift Bulgarian, the emotion is always there.
Moony Delight plays lunar versions of our 90's soundtrack, from Radiohead to Nirvana to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Rock instrumentation gives way to floating distorted synths, harmonised soul voices and saxophones laid down over chloroformed beats.
Crédit photo : Sébastien Criner
Jazz from the 1930s
Emmanuel Bouts and Marie Paule Coutens founded LADY SWING nearly ten years ago, playing pieces ranging from duets to quintets, from jazz standards to the music of Chick Corea. They perform themes interpreted by the great names of jazz, many of which originated from the cinema. Marie-Paule Coutens sings them with brio.
When you listen to What the Folk, it conjures up smells of the earth, whiskey and cotton. We go from a country song to a gospel song, before moving on to a good ole blues song or a bluegrass tune. These styles, which trace the history of the United States, its people and the American folk style, are amplified by the musicians.
With Renaud, Thiéfaine, Bob Dylan, Springsteen or John Butler in his repertory, Eric le Rouge delivers superb and committed performances to his audience. His folk/rock compositions, characterised by an overflowing energy, a striking voice and a communicative touch, complete the musical palette.
Our thanks to David Suissa/Label Chante et tais-toi for evening programmation
In collaboration with
The musical scene of Lyon is getting set to celebrate movies by proposing an album of covers of French songs created for the cinema and featured in French films! From Jacques Demy to Christophe Honoré, as well as François Truffaut, this is an opportunity to rediscover these classics in new renditions.
The project is a tribute to total art, integrating writing, directing, shots, images, film sets, costumes, music, narration, dialogues and emotions! It is supported by the Lumière Institute, as part of the 13th edition of the Lumière festival (October 9-17, 2021).
This panorama shows the importance of bearing witness to the place of films in popular culture, beyond its own borders. The cinema has inspired French songs, thanks to the contribution of a myriad of talented artists over the years: Michel Legrand, Alex Beaupain, Serge Gainsbourg, Alain Souchon, or Bernard Lavilliers!
Music before all else, yes, but with the cinema!
Album produced by Stardust ACP
Covers of French film songs performed by: Frédéric Bobin, Delacourt, Fahro, Gyslain.N, Yack, Jacques Loucel, Stan Mathis, Lily Luca, Denis Rivet, Christian Vives.
Released on Friday, October 8 (streaming platforms and physical sales) and will soon be on sale at the Village shop.
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