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The 2022 music festival on France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine and on NoA!

The music festival celebrates its 40th anniversary on June 21, 2022. To mark the return of concerts, budding musicians and improvised stages in the streets of our cities, France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine and NoA are offering you an unprecedented program in Limoges , Bordeaux and La Rochelle.

After two Covid years, the music festival is making a comeback, this June 21, 2022, in the public space. For the occasion, France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine and France 3 NoA are mobilizing to bring the event to life!

In the company of Caroline Huet, meet from 6.40 p.m. live from the city center of Limoges with two local talents: Farlot, who defines his music as “elegant egotrip” and X2Gabrielle, who is more into symphonic rap. Both are taking part, on June 21 in Limoges, in the Urban block party, a veritable springboard for urban music.

►To be continued from 6:40 p.m. on France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Since 9 a.m., on France 3 NoA, the 100% Nouvelle-Aquitaine channel, play, breathe, sing with us!

  • At 9:05 a.m. with a wind instrument workshop: in the Coutures district of Limoges, Catheline and Léa have their workshop for repairing wind and woodwind instruments. Childhood friends, they share the same passion for music and pamper the instruments they repair with passion and meticulousness.
  • AT 10 O ‘CLOCK with TIN TAM ART: for 25 years in Périgueux and throughout the Dordogne, this association of Afro-Brazilian and African music covers a samba school and a troupe of amateur artists. She also provides workshops in schools and after-school settings to make the practice of percussion accessible to everyone and at all ages.
  • At 11 a.m. with Mademoiselle SUZANNE: thanks to her grandmother with whom she sang petitevet who gave her her stage name, “Mademoiselle Suzanne”, alias Caroline, started writing her own texts in 2015. Originally from Châtellerault in Vienne, she works both on stage and on the radio.
  • At 11.45 a.m. with the portrait of a luthier: Jean-Raphaël Guillaumien, artisan luthier, obtained the title of master craftsman in fine crafts in February 2022. Manufacturer of electric and acoustic guitars, he maintains, repairs and customizes instruments. For two years, he has been living in the Dordogne at Coursac where he has already created a loyal clientele.
  • At 12:15 p.m. with PATXI GARAT: meeting in Arcangues, in the Basque country, with this young Basque author, composer, performer. He signed hits for Louane and Roch Voisine and released an album last summer entitled “Patxi en basque”. A collection of his favorite and favorite French songs translated into Basque, his mother tongue.
  • At 1:10 p.m. with DENIS BARTHE: drummer of the group Noir Désir, The Hyènes, The very big small orchestra etc… and in many formations and projects. Born in Talence in Gironde, he grew up in Bordeaux and now lives in the Landes.
  • At 1:40 p.m. with VANILLE CLERC: meeting in Bordeaux with Vanille, singer-songwriter, daughter of Julien Clerc and Virginie Coupérie-Eiffel. She started composing and writing her songs and, from 2012, performed on small local stages. In February 2016, she unveiled to the general public her first single entitled Me boy. On the strength of this first experience, she embarked on writing her first album and flew to Brazil to record it. In June 2019, she released her debut album, Amazona. Two years later, she released her second album A partinte.
  • At 2 p.m. with a fife player: in Razac-de-Saussignac in the Dordogne, meeting with Sylvain Roux, former music teacher and ambassador of the fife, this little flute that guided soldiers on the battlefields or animated village festivals.
  • At 3:20 p.m. with the KRAKATOA nursery: in Mérignac in Gironde, this theater is known for concerts of pop, rap, rock and all forms of contemporary music. This place is also home to the Pépinière which supports ten local groups throughout the year.
  • At 4:05 p.m. with CARAMELITA: For more than ten years, Déborah Dawson “La Caramelita” has been setting international stages on fire with an inimitable style, movements inspired by Latin flavor, flamenco rhythms and Indian traditions. NoA followed the troupe in rehearsal and on stage at the Thélonious café in Bordeaux. With Alejadro Mendia, singer and husband of Déborah à la vie, and Manuel Vasquez, the guitarist, the group based in Bordeaux for ten years now travels the world.

And from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.experience an immersive music festival in Bordeaux, Limoges and La Rochelle with our globetrotters who have music in their skin:

– Bordeaux: Alexandre Berne and Xavier Granger

– Limoges: Nadia Adell and Marion Haranger

La Rochelle: Vincent Rivière and Marc Millet

►Follow the music festival on NoA

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