Condom. The Basque choir Hegaldia will resonate in Sainte Germaine

Condom. The Basque choir Hegaldia will resonate in Sainte Germaine
Condom. The Basque choir Hegaldia will resonate in Sainte Germaine

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The acoustics of the chapel which will welcome Hegaldia next Saturday are conducive to vocal singing.

It is joyfully, in song, that the Friends of Sainte Germaine will open their cultural summer season for the benefit of the restoration of the chapel. On Saturday, June 1 at 4 p.m., the small chapel will resonate with a thousand voices with Basque songs from the Hegaldia choir. This choir is integrated into a community with numerous activities intended to be the expression of the motto “Help and love” and a showcase of Basque cultural heritage which for centuries has conveyed values ​​which give meaning to this identity.

The thirty male choristers and instrumentalists on keyboard, accordion, guitar, flute with a very strong identity of Basque musical and vocal heritage sing with their generous hearts and in good humor. Some traditional or polyphonic a cappella singers have around forty years of experience.

Under the direction of Séverine Dervaux who knows how to combine the variety and power of timbres to ensure exceptional musical quality, the repertoire and rhythms will be varied, mixing festive entertainment songs, old melodies most often in the Basque language or compositions more recent ones having a link with life, nature, identity, faith, signs of a secular belonging still alive today.

They are the only ones to perform a song by a Corsican polyphonic group whose lyrics have been adapted into Basque. In addition, they know how to export. Their reputation has gone far beyond the southwest with the production of concerts in festivals on an international and national scale at the Bayonne festivals, the Agricultural Show, in twelve concerts in Alsace including two at the European Parliament in Strasbourg as well as the recording a CD Singing means sharing and being in communion with listeners for living well together.

As the Friends of Sainte Germaine know how to do so well, a convivial moment enhanced with delicacies will prolong this exceptional vocal moment. Entrance is set at €15.

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