Concerts: Thirty years of music at L’Amalgame in Yverdon

Concerts: Thirty years of music at L’Amalgame in Yverdon
Concerts: Thirty years of music at L’Amalgame in Yverdon

L’Amalgame is celebrating its 30th anniversary in Yverdon-les-Bains. To mark the occasion, the GAME association, which manages the concert hall, has planned a series of events from Thursday May 23 to Saturday May 25 with more than fifteen projects and artists.

L’Amalgame celebrates 30 years of concerts in Yverdon (illustrative photo).

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More than just a 350-seat concert hall, L’Amalgame “has had multiple appearances and functions since its creation, at times transforming into an artistic laboratory”, writes the institution in a press release.

She wishes to highlight this facet during the first evening of the festivities, during which she will present a residency project for around ten artists. On the program in particular: an immersive sound walk which will explore the corners of the room, until now inaccessible to the public.

The next day, several live concerts are scheduled to highlight one of the main vocations of L’Amalgame, “that of spreading current music and making hidden talents known”, continues the press release.

If rock contributed to the rise of L’Amalgame in 1994, the programming there today is “diversified and turned towards the future, without denying its origins.”

For the third and final evening, dancing will be in the spotlight with different DJ sets. “This last evening directly echoes the very definition of what an amalgamation is: a mixture of people who, in normal times, are not necessarily gathered together,” underlines the team in charge of the room.

https://www.amalgameclub.ch

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