Fr 11 June 2021 | 20:00 | AMR - Sud des Alpes
The Mahaleb Trio is named for a Middle Eastern spice; a perfume that blends diverse scents. Love, departures, reunions, exiles, festivals… This trio draws on deep cultural roots, rich and contrasting emotions. Languages loosen and musical traditions combine on this journey to Turkey and Armenia.
Carole Marque-Bouaret : voice, Turkish clarinet, duduk, saz
Elsa Ille : accordeon
Jérôme Salomon : percussion
Fr 11 June 2021 | 20:00
en collaboration avec l’AMR et la RTS,
(ré)-écouter le concert sur le site de l'émission Zanzibar- Espace 2 :
IMPORTANT : Concert à huis clos "sans public"
This wind instrument of Armenian origin consists of a cylindrical body and a double reed. There are 8 finger holes on the duduk’s front and two thumbholes on its back. A piece of reed acts as sound and air regulator. The duduk is a simple instrument but one that produces a unique sound.
The traditions of the ashik, the Anatolian bards whose names mean 'in love', go back to the Middle Ages. Today, this tradition is maintained by professional musicians, poets and performers who accompany their songs with various long-necked lutes: saz, divan, cura, selpe.
Fr 28 May 2021 | 20:30 | AMR - Sud des Alpes