WEDNESDAY 5 JULY, 4pm
What Elodie Pasquier conjures up with throbbing eddies and great cascades is a small space where music reveals its intention to break hearts. Alone with clarinets that can only play a note at a time and a sun-kissed breeze...It’s the ebony hiding the forest: the solitary time of a devotee to group experiences (with Bruno Tocanne, OrTie, The Very Big Experimental Toubifri Orchestra, Mona and Grolektif) treating our ears to a soaring journey both for a breath of fresh air and a sense of vertigo.
LINE-UP: Elodier Pasquier (cl)
THURSDAY 6 JULY, 4pm
Ueno Park is guitarist Manuel Adnot’s solo project (Sidony Box, April Fishes, Aeris). Ueno Park’s first album, Dix-mille yeux, is a travel journal recorded in a corridor, chapel and studio over a year. A nylon guitar with no amplifiers or effects. It goes back to acoustics and the relationship between body and wood. The music is totally improvised and inspired by the places where it’s performed. It delves into trance, contemporary music and pop. Some of the album is inspired by Conversations with myself by the pianist Bill Evans; an improvised “overdubbing” sequence based on the idea of a guitar being played instantly without listening to the previous or next recording (up to four guitars).
LINE-UP: Manu Adnot (g)
FRIDAY 7 JULY, 4pm
Japanese anime may be little-known and often just seen as TV productions but it is one of the most exciting forms of art at the moment. In Japan, animation isn’t just children’s films. On the contrary, it has a huge audience and is a film genre integral to Japanese culture. Anime appeals to a wide audience. It is popular with children but adults love its productions made especially for them. Japanese brand TRI4TH bring us an original musical production revisiting Japanese anime with a special concert for Jazz à Vienne.
As part of Traits de Jazz and in partnership with the Tokyo Jazz Festival
SATURDAY 9 JULY, 4pm
Yumi are a duo from Lyon who got together 3 years ago. The musicians have different influences and backgrounds but put their creative powers together to launch a project. After several artistic research residencies, they create a rich and vibrant style that takes audiences into a dream world where everyone has their own gateway.
LINE-UP: Antoine Noyer (perc) and Tanguy Gallavardin (p, cl)
SUNDAY 9 JULY, 12pm
Nilamayé is an Afro-Colombian group inspired by music related to sea and river water synonymous with life, joy and togetherness. With the smoothly exuberant vocals, warm tones awash with chonta marimba, deep sounds from the cununos and bombos, glossy guasas and maracas and the rhythmic energy of the alegre tambourine, Nilamayé shares Colombia’s “infectious joy” with audiences. Colombia is coming to Vienne for brunch.
Alternative in the event of rain/Several shaded areas.
Sponsored by Rhône Council.
Musée de Saint-Romain-en-Gal - Vienne RD 502 - 69560 Saint-Romain-en-Gal - Tel: (00 33) (0)4 74 53 74 01 - www.musees-gallo-romains.com