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Festival Les Rencontres Nomades à Soubise

Cultural ,  Festival ,  World music ,  Litterature in Soubise
  • On Thursday 1 August, in the garden of the Soubise church:

    7pm: Literature
    MEETING WITH KARIM MISKÉ
    Karim Miské is a journalist and documentary maker on a wide range of topical subjects, often linked to the African continent, where he was born in Abidjan to a Mauritanian father. He is also the author of Arab Jazz, a crime novel, and La Situation, a near-future novel about France in 2030, as seen from the Parisian district of Belleville, which is the scene of violent political...
    On Thursday 1 August, in the garden of the Soubise church:

    7pm: Literature
    MEETING WITH KARIM MISKÉ
    Karim Miské is a journalist and documentary maker on a wide range of topical subjects, often linked to the African continent, where he was born in Abidjan to a Mauritanian father. He is also the author of Arab Jazz, a crime novel, and La Situation, a near-future novel about France in 2030, as seen from the Parisian district of Belleville, which is the scene of violent political clashes.
    - Arab jazz", Viviane Hamy, 2012
    - La Situation", Les Avrils, 2024
    The meeting will be followed by a book signing.

    8pm: Concert
    LOVANA
    Golly is a Madagascan mangaliba princess with an exceptional voice from south-east Madagascar. Nicknamed Miantsa, which means bird song, she is also a traditional healer, a gift she inherited from her grandmother. Bema hails from Antsirabe in the centre of the country. A percussionist and singer, he brings a wealth of rhythmic knowledge and experience to the table. Together, Golly and Bema create a shimmering polyphony of voices reminiscent of the powerful songs of South Africa and Réunion. Aurèle Guibert, producer and drummer from Nantes, plays a hybrid of acoustic and electronic sounds.
    Accompanied by Jérôme Ettinger (Benin International Musical, Egyptian Project) in the creative process, LOVANA plays a hybrid music of shivering vocal polyphony, Afro-electro beats and tribal percussion.


    Foodtrucks will be on hand to help you make the most of the trip, and the evening will continue with a DJ set.
  • Environment
    • In the country
  • Documentation
Services
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
Schedules
Schedules
  • On August 1, 2024 from 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM