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the Spring of Songthe flagship event of Department of Orneis making a comeback for a 16and editingof March 8 to 27, 2022.
For three weeks, 15 artists or groups for 16 evenings are to be discovered in 15 towns in the Orne. The big names in current French music rub shoulders with young talents, to everyone’s delight. Focus on programming in the pole !
– Wednesday 9 March in Mêle-sur-Sarthe
Tom Poisson unveils his show called 2+1*
When he’s not heckling with his group Les Fouteurs de Joie, Tom Poisson performs live alongside Paul Roman, in a refined and organic show called 2 + 1* – 2 men + 1 microphone. Only one microphone on stage? bathed in a shower of light? and ideas all around. A choice of voluntarily reduced formula that allows us to get closer to the very essence of the songs composed by Tom and to offer the two artists, who know each other by heart, flexibility and musicality.
Tom Poisson presents his latest album Do without Faces, with arrangements by Alexandre Léauthaud and Fred Pallem. An album in which you immediately feel included, invited, taken by the hand. This show, presented by two complicit and complementary artists who delighted the audience of the Festival d’Avignon 2018, is lively, all in tenderness and intimacy.
Practice: Tom Poisson 2+1* – Wednesday March 9, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. Salle Daniel-Rouault, 46 Grande rue 61170 Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe. Online booking: www.ccvhs.fr Prices: €5 to €10
– Friday 11 March in Longny-les-Villages
Denize makes her bewitching voice resonate
A breeze, Denize? No. The music of La Havraise, trained in classical music, is a sensory and emotional maelstrom, a collision of sublime tunes and angry hurricanes, icy breezes and Elysian trade winds, sentimental gusts and intimate tobacco shots. Somewhere between Radiohead and Émilie Simon, between Danny Elfman and Agnes Obel, nourished by listening to Nick Cave or Mark Lanegan, Suuns or Camille, Murat or Barbara, equally nourished by dance and her experience of writing for the theatre, the pieces of his first EP Aube are maze-like and intrepid marvels, arranged with infinite grace and maturity, sung in a stone-melting siren voice, inhabited by contrasting light and dark. dazzling.
After two years of concerts in groups – in duo, or in trio, sometimes electro, sometimes accompanied by cellists – it is now solo that Pauline Denize comes to share her universe.
After the release of her second EP Revoir la mer, she now chooses to return to more organic sounds (such as the violin, the piano or the guitar) to touch the very essence of the emotion that she wishes to share; it is his ballads combining softness, purity and melancholy, his felt melodies and the chiseled sincerity of his texts that will certainly touch your heart.
Her new songs slung over her shoulder, she will come in complete privacy to give a concert on March 11 at the Longny-au-Perche hall.
Practice: Denize – Friday March 11, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. Village hall, Place de l’Hôtel de Ville, Longny-au-Perche 61290 Longny-les-Villages. Reservations: Longny-les-Villages town hall 02 33 73 65 42 / Tourouvre-au-Perche town hall 02 33 25 74 55 / The Museums of Tourouvre 02 33 25 55 55. Prices: €5 to 10
– Saturday 12 March in Tourouvre
With Toulouse Con Tour the accent of the south resonates
Magyd Cherfi, Art Mengo and Yvan Cujious find themselves on stage for a concert to have fun with Toulouse songs. It was Yvan Cujious, singer, trumpeter pianist, punster with offbeat humour, in love with his city, who had the idea of proposing the Toulouse Con Tour project to his two friends. Magyd Cherfi, singer and militant poet, and emblematic author of the famous group Zebda, and Art Mengo, singer, guitarist, pianist and composer for the greatest, from Greco to Halliday via Jane Birkin to Henri Salvador.
From Claude Nougaro to Juliette, from Carlos Gardel to Pierre Perret, Nino Ferrer, passing by Cabrel or Les Fabulous Trobadors, the three accomplices have fun with Toulouse song with their innovative, sometimes modest, sometimes exuberant covers. Accompanied by accordionist Laurent Derache and percussionist Franck Camlerlynck, the three friends get together and get together for a show with Toulouse accents.
Practical: Toulouse Con Tour – Saturday March 12, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. Salle Zunino, rue Charles-de-Gaulle, Tourouvre 61190 Tourouvre-au-Perche. Reservations: Tourouvre-au-Perche town hall 02 33 25 74 55 / The Museums of Tourouvre 02 33 25 55 55. Prices: €5 to 10.
– Friday 25 March 2022 in Mortagne-au-Perche
Jamait invites the public to discover and share its Parenthèse 2
Yves Jamait explains it: “After the tour I rememberwe opened a first tour Acoustic parenthesis with a formation in trio to adapt it to all the places and while waiting for the album to come, which we did not yet know that it would be called My Totem. Sixty dates, and five months later we had closed this parenthesis, still stunned by your welcome, in order to take care of the album to come and the tour that would result from it. It is therefore quite natural that after singing together around this TotemI suggest you come, open, close and share this Parenthesis 2 where you can find Samuel Garcia and Didier Grebot by my side to travel the path that eight albums have traced to lead us to you… We will also take a few side roads to come and pick you up and… touch you. »
Practical: Never – Parenthesis 2 – Friday March 25, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. Le Carré du Perche, 23, rue Ferdinand de Boyères 61400 Mortagne-au-Perche. Reservations: Pays de Mortagne-au-Perche Tourist Office 02 33 83 34 37. Prices: €5 to €10
Practical: Attention: Event organized in strict compliance with barrier gestures. Compulsory vaccination pass from 16 years old.
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