Central Brittany: the Lieux Mouvants festival unveils the first 9 guests for its 2024 edition

Central Brittany: the Lieux Mouvants festival unveils the first 9 guests for its 2024 edition
Central Brittany: the Lieux Mouvants festival unveils the first 9 guests for its 2024 edition

By Laurent Le Fur
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May 4, 24 at 6:36 p.m.

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THE Moving Places festivalbased in Lanrivain and which radiates throughout Central Brittanyhas revealed the first 9 names of the artists or groups who will appear on the bill for the eleventh edition, this summer, from July 6 to August 25, 2024.

They are Cyril Dion and Sébastien Hoog, Dafné Kritharas, Nicolas Legendre, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Noé Soulier, Jennifer Dubreuil, Catherine Legrand, Michelle Perrot and Eduardo Castillo, Mélisme(s) and Marthe Vassallo.

Cyril Dion and Sébastien Hoog

SATURDAY JULY 6. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

Cyril Dion will make his Poetic Resistance poems resonate in the company of musician Sébastien Hoog. A time for discussion will take place at the end of the concert.

Dafne Kritharas

SATURDAY JULY 13. In Kergrist-Moëlou.

Dafné Kritharas, Franco-Greek singer, will offer us a captivating guitar and vocal duet.

Nicolas Legendre

SUNDAY JULY 21. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

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Nicolas Legendre received the 2023 Albert-Londres prize for Silence dans les champs, his journalistic investigation into the heart of the agri-food system.

Dominique Fils-Aimé

SATURDAY JULY 21. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

Dominique Fils-Aimé is a Montreal singer-songwriter. She offers music influenced by blues, jazz and soul with a poetic and militant discourse.

Noah Soulier

SATURDAY JULY 27. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

Noé Soulier will present Passages, a nomadic project which explores the relationship between the movement of bodies and the spaces in which they evolve.

Jennifer Dubreuil

SUNDAY JULY 28. At Coat Malouen Abbey.

Jennifer Dubreuil, hosted in residence by Lieux mouvants in 2023, will present the final form of BLOOM.

Catherine Legrand

SUNDAY AUGUST 4. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

Catherine Legrand, accompanied by six performers, revisits Strange Days, a major piece by the emblematic choreographer Dominique Bagouet.

Michelle Perrot and Eduardo Castillo

SUNDAY AUGUST 11. In Locuon.

Michelle Perrot and Eduardo Castillo will come and present their work The Time of Feminisms. This essay presents the historian’s thoughts on the history of feminism subtly arranged by the journalist.

Mélisme(s) and Marthe Vassallo

SUNDAY AUGUST 18. In Lanrivain, in the village of Saint-Antoine.

The Mélisme(s) chamber choir, accompanied by the storyteller and singer Marthe Vassallo, will carry the voice of the legendary Washerwomen of the night.

The poster for the Lieux Mouvants festival, which will take place from July 6 to August 25 in Lanrivain (Côtes-d’Armor) and several towns in Central Brittany. ©DR

Two new places

The Lieux Mouvants festival also announces that it will invest in two new locations: the Coat Malouen Abbey in Kerpert and the Kergrist-Moëlou parish enclosure.

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