Upcoming concerts in Paris

February 7, 2010By Paris UpdateArchive


Anitya at Studio de l’Ermitage: The Anitya ensemble, led by Christophe Cagnolari, comprises musicians, dancers and actors, and uses the soundpainting technique of structured improvisation, in which the leader communicates what type of improvisation is called for via a language of gestures.

Studio de l’Ermitage: 8 rue de l’Ermitage, 75020 Paris. Métro: Jourdain, Menilmontant.
Tuesday, April 7 at 8:30 p.m. €12.

Anitya in concert:

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Mísia at the Casino de Paris: One of Portugal’s most prominent fado singers, Mísia has never been reluctant to incorporate other styles into the traditional form. On her upcoming double album Ruas, she follows the saudade (the “blues” of fado, a kind of wistful nostalgia) in the streets of Lisbon, heads to Naples in the company of the Neapolitan group Avion Travel, and visits the songs of singers as far apart as Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails (“Hurt”) and Dalida (“Pour ne pas Vivre Seule”).
Casino de Paris: 16 rue de Clichy, 75009 Paris. Métro: Trinité. Wednesday, April 8 at 8:30 p.m. €29.70-€49.50.

Perry Leopard

Perry plays music around town with friends as Los Caballeros Simpáticos

Perry’s upcoming theater and music gigs:

Perry with Mathieu (bass) and Melissa (violin) at the Carillon Abbesses:
1 rue des Abbesses, Paris 75018. Sunday, April 12, 7-11 p.m. Free.

“Bad News Gospel,” a one-act musical, with Lari Lucien:
April 16 at the Ogresse (with Antonio Garza’s “Men in Uniform”): 4 rue des Prairies, 75020 Paris.

Click here for Perry’s playlist and other goodies.

© 2009 Paris Update


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