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AMOUR

Events and shows for young persons ,  Show at Carcassonne
  • After Estrella's incredible success last season, Compagnie Marie de Jongh is back with their new show Amour. Without uttering a word, the artists of the Compagnie Marie de Jongh speak to us about love and the passage of time, of the thin line between passion and indifference. A poetic dive into a theater of gestures and emotions. They first open the doors of childhood to us. Dressed in little white dresses or short panties, these funny characters explore the facets of their inexperience:...
    After Estrella's incredible success last season, Compagnie Marie de Jongh is back with their new show Amour. Without uttering a word, the artists of the Compagnie Marie de Jongh speak to us about love and the passage of time, of the thin line between passion and indifference. A poetic dive into a theater of gestures and emotions. They first open the doors of childhood to us. Dressed in little white dresses or short panties, these funny characters explore the facets of their inexperience: imitating adults with aplomb and casually, daring to love without really knowing what it means. Then sixty years pass. Their hair has turned white. They learned the meaning of the verb to love. But what they haven't realized yet is that whatever life throws at us, love always gives us a chance. Adorned with masks and wigs, the performers of Love transcribe the colors of existence through their art of gesture and expressiveness. The theater is here a meeting place without words in which the whole family can share emotions and thoughts, questions and certainty. An ode to curiosity and the acceptance of differences, the show by the Spanish company Marie de Jongh deploys all the sensitivity of an intensely poetic universe. This universe goes straight to our hearts: whether we are small or large. The most difficult of the four books constituting Iberia is the one played today, it was first given in Paris in February 1909 shortly before Albeniz's death. The version of Iberia often adapted for the guitar made it a world famous piece. The piano transcription of works from the symphonic or lyrical repertoire is a genre that allows the performer to give free rein to his virtuosity and creativity. Liszt excelled there and we cannot separate the names of the composer and the performer: Simon Ghraichy, through these pieces makes us hear in another way, Bach, Mozart and Verdi.
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    8 €
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  • On November 8, 2020 at 5:00 PM
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