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Counting stars with you (Musiques femmes) (RSD22)

Counting stars with you (Musiques femmes) (RSD22)






1x Vinyl LP EP



Release date

Apr 23, 2022



Chloé Counting Stars Le DIscopathe Montpellier

Après avoir demandé à Chloé Thévenin de collaborer à la bande originale de son spectacle « Static Shot » (2020), Maud Le Pladec a de nouveau fait appel a la productrice et DJ. Une nouvelle création ambitieuse, militante et féministe réalisée pour la saison 2021 de Montpellier Danse. La danseuse et chorégraphe, accompagnée de six danseurs, explore par la danse et le chant les non-dits, la marginalisation et la représentation des femmes musiciennes du Moyen Âge à nos jours en convoquant des figures historiques et contemporaines telles que Kassia de Constantinople, Barbara Strozzi, Giovanna Marini et Clara Schuman…

Avec ce nouvel EP, sorti sur son label Lumière Noire, Chloé dévoile une facette plus abstraite et cérébrale de son travail avec ces trois titres retravaillés : engagés et aventureux, mais tout aussi excitants.

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