Making the songs and music of peoples from past to present ring out, by reconnecting and uniting their breathing, their voices... Musically revisiting our relationship to the universe... In
Making the songs and music of peoples from past to present ring out, by reconnecting and uniting their breathing, their voices… Musically revisiting our relationship to the universe…
In a circular formation, Mi’kmaq songs and prayers will mingle with Tuvan overtone-singing and Inuit throat-singing. Joining their dialogue will be the ney (end-blown flute), the most ancient and emblematic instrument in both Sufi culture and Persian song, along with frame drums, an impassioned setar, and a prepared viola da gamba, that together will create a sonic environment where both the beauty and the complexity of our world burst forth.
Breathings, a musical experience to remind us of our fragile relationship to the universe and to the fundamental elements of life.
(Friday) 20 h 00 min
Bourgie Concert Hall, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
1339, Sherbrooke Street West