After the success of Bourgeois Gentilhomme and of Cadmus et Hermione, conductor Vincent Dumestre returned to director Benjamin Lazar to breathe new life into Phaéton, Lully's flamboyant lyrical tragedy.
-22.7°C is the new album from the electronic music composer Molécule , recorded during a trip to Greenland. A huge transmedia project, this polar rave exists in concerts, a book, a film and a virtual reality experience.
Part installation, part sensory experience, Musica Mobile reinvents spatial sound design, allowing its composer Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou to put his research at the intersection of music and computer science into practice.
Lully's lyrical tragedy, considered one of his masterpieces, is the subject of a new production which is the fruit of a Franco-Argentinian collaboration. The performances will take place in November 2019 in Buenos Aires.
Questioning the contemporary era and its obsession with « content » that transforms individuals into consumers, Hemant Sreekumar produced Everyone is content, a concept album recorded on audio cassettes with abstract sounds, now available online.
By bringing its creativity to Lewis Carroll’s cult novel, the Strasbourg-based collective HANATSUmiroir brings out the sumptuous eccentricity of the piece through a dazzling approach combining music, synaesthesia and other fun for young audiences.
In ten super-energetic episodes, the Punkovino web series shows a gallery of portraits of winemakers who swear only by natural wine. To pay tribute to their full-on punk spirit, a dozen musicians were invited to reinterpret their cuvées.
Mahoran playwright Alain Kamal Martial Henry has surrounded himself with artists from his region to stage Genesis (2020), a cross-disciplinary show whose narrative sounds like an act of survival to redefine the world.
Xpujil is the ambitious new work by the Franco-Chilean duo Nova Materia. A series of binaural recordings made in the ruins of the Mayan city of Xpujil form the raw materials for a hybrid immersive experience.
A sound installation presented at the 2019 Kyoto White Night, Arbre brings together the talents of two artists, Mylinh Nguyen in sculpture and Pablo Salaün in sound. A nomadic and interactive work that feeds on the words of its visitors.
Currently in production, the light and sound installation Lucha Libre by Méryll Ampe explores the world of Lucha Libre, a form of wrestling which is extremely popular in Mexico, in all its theatrical and folkloric dimensions.