A monthly event, Live Room Series include concerts and performances featuring contemporary artists meeting and playing together spontaneously.
06 April 2018
Dhamien Schmutz : tablas, percussions and vocals.
Reno Daniaud : indian slide guitar and vocals.
17 March 2018
Mitsuaki Matsumoto (string instrument)
Rajivan Ayyappan (sound-board electronics)
Emanuela Iacopini (dance)
Franck Hemmerle (percussions)
20 Jan 2018
Sayoko Onishi – Butoh
Emmanuel Fleitz – Double Bass
Melting Pol – Video Mapping
Emre Sevindik – Electronics
18 Nov 2017
Gian franco Celestin . Nico Tremblay . Rajivan ayyappan
21 Oct 2017
Anne Wirth – movement
Elric Vanpouille – analogue sound boards
Emanuela Iacopini – movement
Emre Sevindik – guitar and electronics
16 Sept 2017
Gabrielle Weissen – movement – coming from a visual arts backround she turned to dancing for a more direct approach with the public and the space surrounding her. Butoh and improvisation are forming the base of her dance.
Quentin Conrate – percussion – Mainly focused on improvisation Quentin Conrate is a drummer active in contemporary music, musical theater (La Barque directed by Frédéric Tentelier) and different fields of experimental art. His works are often crossing visual art and sound, dealing with space, sound and movement.
Thomas Coquelet – electric harmonium – he started as a bass guitar player in several groups (Chaman Chômeur) and since he has developed different ways to approach other instruments like harmonium, cymbal and tape recorder. With his brother they created the record label Becoq https://becoq.bandcamp.com/
Mathieu Lilin – saxophon bariton – he is completely focused on improvisation and his music is deeply influenced by the work with Butoh dancers such as Aï Susuki and Gabrielle Weissen. Recently he played in the big band “Fundament” created by Peter Jacquemyn.
15 July 2017
Emilie Škrijelj, Emré Sevindik, Rajivan Ayyappan and Franck Hemmerlé
25 March 2017
Three musicians and three dancers meeting…
Tomas Tello, Emre Sevindik, Rajivan Ayyappan, Tania Soubry, Emanuela Iacopini, Florence Augendre.
18 February 2017
Sound-sculptures/performance by Lex Gillen and Laurent Hoffmann
“a nice chilled and grooving atmosphere! ” Lex says.