PIERRES QUI CHANTENT, PIERRES QUI DANSENT...
The Walls Get to Sing and Dance
A quite exceptional and completely novel visit which, through gesture, creates a bond between medieval and contemporary singing and a stone monument.
A sound, a gesture, a word, a hop, skip and a jump.
Singers appear upon the scene, then a dancer, then an acrobat.
A voice which becomes a song, a discourse, a gesture.
A monument of today recounts stories of former times (unless it’s the other way around!).
Mora Vocis invites the audience to bathe in the atmosphere of the surroundings which the various protagonists (notably a dancer-choreographer and a circus acrobat) fill with sound and vibration. The ensemble of solo female voices proffers a visual and aural tour, an acoustical and acrobatic feast. This is a lively way to explore architectural and musical heritage through the instrument which is common to each and every one of us: the voice.
Repertoire: medieval and contemporary monody and polyphony (depending on the acoustical setting).
Mora Vocis: between three and five singers, one dancer, one circus artist
toujours : la Voix
Répertoire (médiéval et contemporain) : choix adapté à chaque espace acoustique selon les thématiques des visites.
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