22 June 2018 - 20:30Basilique de Saint-Denis

DURBAN MIX – Métis Creation

Friday 22 June 2018 - 20:30 • Basilique de Saint-Denis

DURBAN MIX – Métis Creation

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Johnny Clegg (1953)
Asimbonanga (1987)
Choir : Mpumalanga White Birds

William Walton (1902-1983)
Johannesburg Festival Ouverture (1956)
Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, Alpesh Chauhan

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
Requiem – « Ingemisco » (1874)
Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, Alpesh Chauhan. Soliste: Lukhanyo Moyake

Félix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Elias op.70 – « Höre Israël höre des Herren stimme » (1846)
Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, Alpesh Chauhan. Soliste: Johanni van Oostrum

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
West side story – « Tonight » (1957)
Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, Alpesh Chauhan.
Soloistes: Johanni Van Oostrum, Lukhanyo Moyake

Susheela Raman
Susheela Raman, Sam Mills, Theverajah Pirashanna, Lucie Antunes, Philips Dudley
Beautiful moon
Going down
Spoons
Ghost child

Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
In the South, op.50 (1903-1904)
Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, Alpesh Chauhan

Mpumalanga White Birds
Choir : Mpumalanga White Birds
Winnie Mandela
Imizamo Yami


Gandhi lived for 20 years in South Africa: for the most part, in Durban, the country’s “Indian” city.

It was during this period that he developed his philosophy of non-violence, which directly influenced the ANC and Mandela, who was born in 1918, exactly one hundred years ago.

Métis offers us a portrait of the cultural melting pot that is South Africa: from classical English musics to contemporary musics, by way of traditional Indian music and the most famous songs of emancipation.


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Pricing

Cat. A 45 €
Cat. B 29 €
Cat. B Réduit 17 €

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Basilique de Saint-Denis

1, rue de la Légion d’Honneur – Saint-Denis

The royal Basilica of Saint-Denis used to be the church of a prosperous, powerful abbey in the Middle Ages, and was the first monumental masterpiece of Gothic art. The royal necropolis houses the tombs of the Kings of France, and boasts remarkable funeral sculptures from the 12th century to the 16th century (Dagobert, Pepin the Short, Francis I, Catherine de’ Medici…)

Public Transport

  stop at Saint-Denis Basilique – follow signs for “centre-ville” pedestrian exit
rer-dstop at Gare de Saint-Denis (+10mn walk or transfer to the tramway)
tramway_t1stop at Saint-Denis Basilique

Driving

Take the Autoroute A1 and the exit “Saint-Denis / Stade de France” – follow sign to the “centre ville”.
Be warned that the city centre is a pedestrian zone. We invite you to take advantage of public transport options.

Several public parking are available (24/24):

Parking Basilique INDIGO. Entry point is in rue du Pont Godet.

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