The repertoire includes several types of performances:

For productions for vulnerable audiences, the sung repertoire is adaptable on demand.
You can download the repertoire book here (updated 03.09.18), and a presentation flyer here.


journeys

  • Mediterranean Europes:
    a journey through history of sacred singing, from the fourth century to the twentieth; song excerpts
    With the visual artist Catherine lippinois

  • Because the rose is without why:
    upcoming performance— a journey through central Europe, a call for encounter and difference
    With the visual artists Catherine Lippinois and Fanny de Rauglaudre.
    With the support of the township of Sarlat

passages

  • Mediterranean Europes short version,
    song recital:
    an extract from the full performance, through history of sacred singing, from the fourth century to the twentieth

  • Maryam, Maria, Mary:
    exploration of the feminine archetype through songs from the East and the West
    With the visual artist Catherine lippinois

  • Orients, roots of the Book:
    an experience of the Epic of Gilgamesh, which lies at the root of the three monotheistic traditions
    With the visual artist Plume Gory
    With the support of Théâtre du Fon du Loup
    teaser of rehearsals here, production Jonathan Leclerc

  • Katarekuna (from the cradle):
    lullabies from Europe and the Mediterranean, to welcome the young and raise up the old
    With the visual artist Catherine Lippinois

    and online medias for cultural mediation.

  • Beguines, women in response:
    a short eulogy to resilience, or the ways in which constraint can be a path to liberation and surrender
    With the visual artist Catherine Lippinois
  • With the support of Narthex

small forms

    Upcoming:
  • Exile(s): from earth from heart and from the living, dizzinesses and vitality, three letters and three chants
  • Brundibar or The So Big Bad Noise: told, sound and sung version of the children's opera of Hans Krása

Other underway projects:

  • Brundibar or The So Big Bad Noise: told, sound and sung version of the children's opera of Hans Krasa
  • Spain(s) of Al-Andalus and sephardics chants.
  • Earth-heaven: traditional gaelic songs and Carmina Gadelica.
  • Catalunya popular i medieval: the profane and the sacred in traditional catalan culture.
  • Moussorgsky and the Mighty 5: the Russian revival at a time of social change.

Productions for vulnerable audiences.

A programme can be adapted from the above performances, or composed from the repertoire available on request (songs from 2nd century to 20th century, in Amazigh, Arabe, Aramaic, liturgical Aramaic, Catalan, Chaldean, Coptic, Corsican, Croatian, Czech, English, French, Gaelic, Galician-Portuguese, German, Greek, Koine Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Judaeo-Spanish, Latin, Malagasy, Maori, Norvegian, Polish, Portuguese, Provençal French, Romanian, Rromani, Russian, Samaritan, Shawiya Berber, Slavonic, Spanish, Sureth, Syriac, Yiddish).

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