Musiques Eclatees'day #1
24th of March in 2018 Strasbourg
Musiques Eclatees is also a short one day music festival. The first edition took place on 24th of March in 2018 in Strasbourg, France. The audience was invited to discover a lot of musical styles and ensembles (contemporary music, classical music, jazz) through a truly journey composed by 10 concerts in 9 different venues.
With more than 1 500 visitors during this day, this first edition of Musiques Eclatees was successful.
You will find on this page the line-up and all artists of this first edition.
ANTHROPOÏDES is a fight, bionics man who refuse his new condition. Mechanisms are blocked to let him appear in his animal form. The fight will be violent, organic and tiring. But, little by little something appear which replace the inevitable. Partial recollections, amputate, about culture and intuition which is not born in the machines. No matter way out, while alive find yet, strangely and illusionless, the strenght to rise up.
RE/SONO saxophone quartet, founded in 2016, awarded at competitions music chamber of Illzach and of Salieri-Zinetti (Verone, Italia). RE/SONO propose an embellish musical trip around saxophone quartet repertory, from French lyric music to huge American music, by way of ethnic music or Jazz music, and contemporary music at last.
Saxophone is the protagonist, embodied by for musicians playing four different saxophones. It’s in a warm and intimate ambience of music chamber that quartet performed Eugène Bozza, Erkki-Sven Tüür, David Maslanka, Ida Gotkovsky et Cole Porter works.
Romain Chaumont / Soprano Saxophone
Yanir Ritter/ Alto Saxophone
Olivier Duverger / Tenor Saxophone
Alexandre Galvane / Baryton Saxophone
MUSICA AMBIGUA #2
“…when we look for music fundamental essence, we can’t limit us at a narrow approach.” Jukka Tiensuu
In this “Musica Ambigua” edition #2, Lovemusic explores the links between contemporary music and Baroque music, again. This two musical worlds, are in contradiction with each other, but they meet here in order to create a loud strangely consistent moment.
ENSEMBLE DE L’ILL
In the mood of early XXth century in Montmartre or in Pigalle, in Berlin in the 1930’s or in Broadway in post-war years… Led by Claire Trouilloud’s intensely expressive soprano voice, Ensemble de l’Ill leads you from one cabaret to another one. With works by Erik Satie or Kurt Weill arranged for an amazing quintet : voice, harp and string trio.
Claire Trouilloud / Voice
Emma Errera / Violin
Aurélien Sauer / Viola
Timothée Bohr / Cello
Guillaume Gravelin / Harp
With this four double bass players from the philharmonic orchestra of Strasbourg, you are in a loud new world. Thomas, Tung, Isabelle and Thomas lead you in a trip in their eclectic universe ; from the opera to Abbey Road studios, with also cults original soundtracks. The double bass like you’ve never heard before !
Isabelle Kuss-Bildstein / Double bass
Tung Ke / Double bass
Thomas Cornut / Double bass
Thomas Kaufman / Double bass
The confrontation – or mariage – of voice and clarinet has been spontaneous, from the invention of clarinet in the XVIIIth century. Contemporary composers still write for this duo and show that this mariage wasn’t only anecdotal.
Françoise Kubler / Voice
Armand Angster / Clarinet
Frédéric Apffel / Musical assistant
Hanatsu Miroir ensemble presents Japanese contemporary musics. Hanatsu proposes works by three composers with contrasting experiences, but with shape and energy, and singular universes. With works by the composer Joji Yuasa, pioneer of experimental school in 1950’s within Jikken Kobo. And two composers of new generation : Malika Kishino and Kenji Sakai, both trained in contemporary music flagship venues (CNSMD of Paris and Lyon, IRCAM, villa Medicis…).
Ayako Okubo / Flutes
Olivier Maurel / Percussions
Thomas Monod / Clarinet
VOIX DE STRAS’
MA VOIX, MA CONTEMPORAINE
Voix de Stras’ is a female vocal ensemble dedicated to contemporary music, composed by professionnal lyrics singers, directed by Catherine Bolzinger.
It’s not really a concert, it’s not either a guided visit, it’s a singing conference by Voix de Stras’. How is music part of our lives ? What do appeal you or repel you in the contemporary music ? What does it change for you that a composer is still alive ? While listening the audience answers at this precious questions, you will attend and be part of the sight-reading of a musical score. You will hear, listen, and experiment the secret of singing voice with Voix de Stras’.
Catherine Bolzinger / Conductor
Sarah Brabo-Durand / Voice
Rebecca Lohnes / Voice
Magda Lukovic/ Voice
Gayané Movsisyan / Voice
Kefukefu is an improvised work for drums and percussions played by Yuko Oshima. The aim of this piece is always focused on the thought of live drummer, and memories of her native country, Japan.
By improvising on her drums, on small percussions like Buddhist bowls and energy chime, which create a characteristic and striking loud universe, Yuko create the music with depth and originality. It’s a poetic, organic and microcosmic universe. « Kefu Kefu », is a music of today.
ONLY TONIGHT !
Only tonight ! Come closer to meet extravagant, funny or poetic characters who try with tenderness and naivety to set up and touchy cabaret, often wobbly, but always passionate !
AxisModula is a Franco-Iranian contemporary chamber music ensemble, founded in Strasbourg by Nina Maghsoodloo and Sarah Brabo-Durand. They also sometimes invite various artists on their productions. This ensemble defends an active approach towards the repertoires of the 20th and 21st centuries with a strong scenographic ambition.
Nina Maghsoodloo / Piano
Sarah Brabo-Durand / Voice
Natalia Lezcano / Stage direction