The second episode of our vlog EUROPEANA is now online!
Subitles available in English, Dutch and French for this multi-lingual series (as you do in Europe).
For this episode filmmaker Sarah Baur followed Jaune Toujours to a gig in Köln in Germany. She also talked to the band members on how they came to join the band.
Two years after the release of the collector's album and box '20sth' and almost five years after the last studio album ROUTES', Jaune Toujours will release their brand new album 'Europeana' on the 4th of October in the club of the legendary Ancienne Belgique, in the heart of Brussels!
Hurry up and buy your tickets in presale. This way you can be the first to grab the album, for only a bit extra on top of the ticket price! Ticket + new cd = €25, you receive the cd on the vening of the concert.
Qotob Trio meets soprano Noemie Schellens. An interesting exchange between a repertoire of classical songs and the particular cinematographic sound (minimal music meets impro) of the trio.
Don't miss this unique collaboration and join them in Leuven on June 2nd or at the campfireconcerts in Holsbeek on June 9th!
Chris Searle wrote a very thorough - and loving - review for Qotob Trio's Entity in The Morning Star.
" Uncannily, the three make melodies and improvise as if they have been musical confreres all through their very different lives."
Read the full review on the Morning Star website or by clicking the link on the right.
The band of accordions closes its workshop season and plays a small gig at Muziekpublique's open doors, as a teaser for next season.
workshop & concerts:
For 2 years now, on behalf of the Cell Culture CPAS d'Uccle, Piet Maris coaches musicians who are in a precarious situation. At the inauguration of Het Huys (before: gc Candelaershuys) the musicians create a live soundtrack for images made by the artists of Kadanja, followed by a small concert.
27/05/18 (BE) UKKEL project Fluo, Het Huys
Tot 31 mei kon je meedoen aan de wedstrijd van Ik en den Theo voor scholen om een gratis concert te winnen: de deelnemers maakten een clip bij een liedje!
Dit was het wedstrijdregelement.
Today, Belgian radio stations RTBF La Première and VRT Radio 1 focus on world music. La Première joins the World Day for Cultural Diversity through its musical program, with a.o. Arabanda (former project by Jaune Toujours on Arabo-Andalusian music). From 9am til 4pm, Radio 1 brings "Reis Rond De Wereld" (Trip Around The World) with world music, interviews and live sessions from a.o. Mec Yek.
Relisten Reis rond de Wereld here.
Watch Mec Yek's live-sessie in the studio of VRT Radio 1 here.
Taking up the theme of the 2018 Zinneke Parade, this exhibition will accompany its final preparations to this typical Brussels event. It will try to expand this theme to the maximum by stretching the limits of what is legal and what is illegal. It will explore various aspects such as nudity, masks, struggle, exile, violence, terrorism, addiction, procrastination, virtual world, big brother, superheroes, fiction and wild interventions in the public space ...
Legality is not universal, it is defined temporally and geographically to be able to live together, sometimes by a democratic consensus, sometimes more dictatorially. The convictions and fluctuating morality of everyone can push some to overcome these limits without feeling outlawed. The invited artists explore these limits and when they overlap, it is often with a playful and provocative enjoyment.
Luc Broché, Pierrick Sorin, Ugo schiavi, Christophe Blanc et Jean-François Oliver, Laurent d’Ursel, Guyom alias Butcher-X, Vincent Peal, Alex GD, Adrien Guigon, Obêtre, Théophane Raballand, Collectif Hashët / Zinneke Parade 2018, Flavie Bicard & guests
Friday March 23 from 18.00-21.00
19.00: Mask making workshop with the collective Hashet for the Masked Ball of the Zinneke Parade 2018
20.00 concert/performance by Tat2NoisAct
Tat2NoisAct wishes to give you back your primitive ways and use them to mark your eardrums. Far from commercial tattooing and formatted music, driven by an instinctive energy and a desire to go stronger, faster, Tat2NoisAct goes back to the DIY spirit of the beginning of punk.
More info (in French) on the website of Le Jacques Franck