A Poetic marching band, a concert of readers for public spaces
A poetic marching band on the corner, a group of passers-by, fellows, people who talk, gossip, whisper, ramble, babble.
Slam poetry in the streets, make words sound, throw poetry… Conquer this collective space for a few hours, to recite, to play with words, to speak out.
The people chorus, a textual and poetic marching band, rushes down the streets, stretches out onto a square, slips into passers-by with vocal games.
The choir is composed of a hundred people and uses spoken voice as a musical material and the street as a source of inspiration and space for popular expression..
EDITH AZAM, poet
ALEX GRILLO, composer, percussionnist
BRIGITTE CIRLA, choir conductor, singer
JEAN-MARIE MADDEDDU, stage director, singer
LES CHOIRS INDÉCHIFFRABLES andvolunteers, 42 choristers
NADINE AMRANI: musical training and 3 CLASSES of BUSSERINE school and their teachers: ISABELLE MARTIN, MAGALI SALIVET, PASCAL D’ESTAING.