Afro-fusion dances - adults
This class will explore the language of contemporary African dance, its energy and rhythms.
The bandoneon is a polyphonic instrument that also allows polyrhythms with independent hand playing. Therefore, the harmonic, timbre, vibrato, articulation and dynamic possibilities become immense.
Discovering flamenco dance
Are you interested in Flamenco, does it attract you, does it animate you?
Come and discover this art in a free flamenco dance initiation course given by Ana La China.
Kathak Dance for Families
This course proposes to discover with your family the kathak dance and the culture of North India. Between dances and tales, you will learn to know Ganesh, the elephant-headed god or Krishna, the young cowherd who plays the flute. You will become even more skilful with your hands with games of mudras (codified hand gestures) and learn to count in Hindi! Travel guaranteed!
Kathak dance - North India
In this all-levels class, you will learn or train the technical basics of Kathak dance, while learning about the culture in which it was born. You will become familiar with the gods and goddesses, Krishna, Durga or Shiva, while improving your balance and the precision of your movements with foot strikes and pirouettes. A trip to India guaranteed!
Latinoamerican rythms & music
An introduction to Latin American rhythms through a didactic and hands-on repertoire, which is adapted for the voice and for instruments.
Let's sing Latin America!
This collective workshop proposes the discovery of a varied repertoire of songs in Spanish: from children's rhymes and popular nursery rhymes, to traditional songs from various Latin American countries.
NICUZZA: workshop of popular songs from Southern Italy
Nicuzza, in Sicilian language, means Piccolina, a term that gives the meaning of this workshop, which aims to bring the students closer to the interpretation and the setting to music of traditional and modern songs.
North African percussion
This workshop will allow to discover the different percussion instruments used in the classical and popular repertoires of North Africa, mainly Tamazigh and Gnawa.
North Indian musical tradition
These courses propose a discovery and learning of the repertoire and musical forms of Hindustani music, which will interest all musicians and composers whatever their aesthetic and instrument.
Polyphonies of Georgia and the Balkans
Les Aoédé is a small group of women brought together by the desire to explore and blend their voices in a friendly and benevolent atmosphere.
The repertoire is based on the polyphonies of Georgia but also of the Balkans, Greece, Turkey and Northern Europe.
Profane and sacred songs from the Arab world
This course is presented as a grand musical tour where experienced singers, participants with knowledge of music theory and music lovers will set out together to discover a repertoire rich in history.
Rubab and music from Afghanistan
Of Pashtun origin, the rubab (or rabab, robab) with its unique sounds is an instrument of choice in this area to accompany Sufi poems and popular songs.
Secular and Sacred Songs from the Republic of Georgia
The Republic of Georgia has a rich and varied tradition of polyphonic singing that is at least 1000 years old. The folk songs are an oral tradition and include genres such as work songs, wedding songs and healing songs.
Swedish dance workshop
Dance workshop open to anyone who wants to discover Swedish dances. It is recommended to know how to turn the waltz and to have some habits of dancing in couple.
Swedish music workshop
These group lessons are for instrumentalists who have a good knowledge of their instrument. The work will be done mainly by ear, but scores will be made available if needed.
Traditional Vietnamese music
The đàn tranh, sixteen-string zither, is a traditional Vietnamese folk plucked instrument. It is in the same family as the Chinese guzheng, Japanese koto, Korean gayageum and Mongolian yatga. The T'rung is a traditional bamboo xylophone used by the ethnic minorities of the central highlands of Vietnam Tây nguyên.
Yodeling from Switzerland and elsewhere
Yodeling is the cry that becomes a melody, sometimes nostalgic and contemplative, sometimes joyful and festive, it can be "raw" as well as very sophisticated, with the same purpose: to express oneself, to share a part of what moves us, to materialize the unspeakable.