The Musiques en Scène Biennale continues to explore interdisciplinarity
With thirty or so events, the theme for 2018 is ‘Borderline States’. Michaël Lévinas is this year’s guest composer.
Organised by the Grame (national centre of musical creation), the Musiques en Scène Biennale – a festival of contemporary music and creation, held in Lyon and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region – is putting on a programme of concerts, shows and exhibitions based on the theme ‘État(s) Limite(s)’ (Borderline State(s)).
Along with guest composer Michaël Levinas, the biennale offers totally new experiences through shared, creative, varied and experimental modes of listening.
The general public is invited on an adventure where imaginary spaces are collectively built, and extraordinary, sometimes borderline horizons are explored, with a programme of more than thirty artistic propositions.
Laetitia is a real ray of sunshine. Needless to say, there's no chance of getting bored when working by her side! Whether she's cheerful or glum, she's wont to burst into song, with tunes that tend to stick in your mind all day. Well where's the fun in a non-catchy song?