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Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
CONCERT / AUDITORIUM / Around the ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’ exhibition
Saturday 19 May at 8 p.m.

Schedule

Start: 8pm
Duration: 1hr15

Accessibility

General public
Season ticket holders €12.80 / Full rate
16.00

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Presentation

Pierre-Jean Béranger is a worthy representative of the Romantic era and 19th-century French song. Béranger was awarded the title of ‘national poet’ under the July Monarchy and held it until the Second Empire. His works (like those of his friend and admirer Balzac) described the customs and traditions of his contemporaries. However, he was first and foremost the creator of ‘philosophical song’ and thus distinguished himself from his predecessors with his subtle, meditative creations. At the time, Béranger’s words were set to music as famous songs, written down in the ‘Clefs du Caveau’ collections.

Arnaud Marzorati and the Lunaisiens ensemble have dived into these collections to recreate this learned and decadent atmosphere and introduce us to this forgotten repertoire.

With:

  • Arnaud MARZORATI, voice
  • Marine THOREAU LA SALLE, piano
  • Mélanie FLAHAUT, flageolet and bassoon

The event will begin on time. The auditorium doors are closed at the start of the event and unoccupied seats are available for reseating. For technical or artistic reasons, latecomers cannot be guaranteed access. Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of the event to facilitate entry checks.

In conjunction with La Clique des Lunaisiens
Mécénat Musical Société Générale is La Clique des Lunaisiens’s main patron.
With the help of Ministère de la Culture et de la communication - Drac Hauts-de-France and Spedidam.

©Clémence Dubois

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