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Sunday 3 February
5 pm
Paris 7e
Théâtre Claude Lévi-Strauss
Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
37, quai Branly - 75007 PARIS
+33 1 56 61 71 72

SUBWAY : line 9, Alma Marceau station (cross the bridge)
PAYING PARKING at 25 quai Branly. Pedestrian access Université Street, at the edge of garden.
VELIB’ : one station quai Branly, another 43 avenue Rapp


FIDEL FOURNEYRON - trombone, musical direction | AYMERIC AVICE - trumpet | BENJAMIN DOUSTEYSSIER - alto, baritone saxophones | HUGUES MAYOT - tenor saxophone | THIBAUD SOULAS - double bass, musical co-direction | ADONIS PANTER CALDERON, BARBARO CRESPO RICHARD, RAMON TAMAYO MARTINEZ - percussions | BRUNO RUDER - Fender Rhodes | ELIE DURIS - drums

We knew Bugs Bunny’s quote: "what's up, doc?" while snacking. It is now necessary to take into account the ¿Que vola? coppered by Fidel Fourneyron. The trombonist looks at the dancers' pool and questions his world with a smile: "¿Que vola?. "What's new?", the question asked by Cuban rumba to French jazz, taking music into the territory of inventing things together, joyfully. Here, three percussion pillars of the young Cuban orchestra Osain del Monte come to meet seven French instrumentalists, who know about crossroads crooked music. From a collection of traditional Yoruba songs and other divinatory rhythms, they will draw together a pagan, dancing and highly inflammatory music, where contemporary art rubs shoulders with tradition.

From September 2018 to August 2020, this show is sponsored by the Charter of Support for Broadcasting signed by Onda, Arcadi Île-de-France, OARA Nouvelle-Aquitaine, ODIA Normandie, Réseau en scène - Languedoc-Roussillon and Spectacle Vivant en Bretagne.

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