From Europe to India, through the Middle East, the flutist Joce Mienniel celebrates music without borders, elevated to the rank of universal language.
The virtuoso flutist Joce Mienniel has written and composed this concert around flutes from all over the world. Filled with poetry, richness of timbre and the cultural heritage of so-called traditional music that interweaves our contemporary societies, this programme invites us to travel beyond borders, from Europe to India, through the Middle East.
Bringing together six musicians on stage, most of whom come from the traditional music of Syria, Pakistan, Italy or Macedonia, this orchestra, breathing light and generosity, delivers a music where reverie and contemplation find a place of choice.
© Maria Mosconi
- Joce Mienniel : flutes, ney, holosi, jaw harp, kalimba
- Ashraf Sharif Khan : sitar
- Iyad Haïmour : oud, quanoun
- Stracho Temelkovsi : mandola, bendir
- Joachim Florent : double bass
- Antony Gratta : oriental percussion
- Julien Reyboz : sound
- Duration: 01:30
- Place: Théâtre Claude Lévi-Strauss
The Sunday 18 June 2023 at 17:00
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- Public: All publics
- Categorie : Concerts
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