sam. 7 novembre

Concert

Sat 7th of November

8 pm

congolese fusion

live streaming

La Dynamo de Banlieues Bleues

Nzéla

Diana La Fraise

© Christophe Maout

With a voice forged in gospel, Diane La Fraise takes up standards of rumba and other Congolese folklore. It also offers original songs which tell the path of life, Nzéla, punctuated by trials and meetings.

With the singer Diana la Fraise* (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Mass Basse* (Democratic Republic of the Congo) and the bass, Jimmy Mbonda (Democratic Republic of the Congo) at the percussions.
*member of the agency of artists in exile

Concert

Sat 7th of November

8 pm

afro-folk

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La Dynamo de Banlieues Bleues

Diame tane

Jules Julo

© Christophe Maout

Between afro and folk music, Jules Julo revisits the sounds of his native Africa. Cut off from the music scene due to confinement, he gets his musicians back together and returns to the stage to talk about peace (diane tane), love, family and a just and united great Africa.

With Jules Julo* (Guinée) as a singer, Hamza Boussaoula* (Western Sahara) on the bass, Moustapha Dia (Senegal) on the keyboard, Sekou Kanté* (Guinée) on the guitar, Waly Saho* (Gambie) on the percussions.
*member of the agency of artists in exile

sam. 31 octobre

Concert

event postponed

duration: 1h

Palais de la Porte Dorée — Auditorium Philippe Dewitte

Taxi Kebab

Romain Henry & Lea Jiqqir

© Taxi Kebab

Taxi Kebab is the meeting between synthesisers and drum machines, modulated guitar, amplified buzuq and chanted song. With influences from a cultural and familial heritage (Chaâbi, Gnawa trance, Middle Eastern music…), the duo’s music travels the roads of Morrocco by night, and through its landscapes with a raw, psychedelic disoriented and disoriental sound.

With Romain Henry and Lea Jiqqir.