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! CANCELED ! CHUCHOTEMENTS BURLESQUES

! CANCELED !
It is with great regret that we have to conclude that with the rising infection rate and the more restricted covid-19 measures the continuation of ARTICULATE (part 1) at the Academy and ARTICULATE (part 2) at the Conservatoire cannot take place.

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CHUCHOTEMENTS BURLESQUES

by Alireza Farhang

CHUCHOTEMENTS BURLESQUES is a theatrical performance that brings together sound, light, image, speech and physical gestures around music. The performance of the work is the result of an intensive creative collaborative process and an artistic quest. Each performance is conceived flexibly, and can therefore adapt to different stage situations.

This project therefore blurs the boundaries between music, literature, painting, theatre and choreography in order to create a vibrant and surprising new stage experience.

As part of composer Alireza Farhang’s doctoral research into the graphic representation of sound and music, a hybrid notation has been designed to enable artists from different artistic disciplines to establish an intuitive relationship with reading the music score. The many possibilities offered by new technologies give the piece a broader dimension than a simple music theatre performance. In the composition of CHUCHOTEMENTS BURLESQUES, musical intentions are based on non-musical expressions in which physical and visual gesture occupy an important place.

Program:
19:30 - 20:00  Concert ‘Chuchotements burlesques’, by Alireza Farhang (HERMESensemble)
20:00 - 20:30  Round Table with Pieter-Jan Maes, HERMESensemble, Bruno Boulzaguet, Alireza Farhang 

A production of 
HERMESensemble

Composer
Alireza Farhang

Musical team
Gaetan La Mela (percussion)
Jonas D’haese (percussion)
Anthony Millet (accordion)
Bruno Boulzaguet (actor, scenography and direction)

In collaboration with
Centre Henri Pousseur

© Editions Gallimard

 

>> This event is part of ARTICULATE I BAUHAUS 1 0 1
and the Research Seminar ARIA 'Gesture, interdisciplinarity and new technologies'