By and with Francis Huster
Directed by Steve Suissa, assisted by Stéphanie Froeliger
He has played everything. From Shakespeare to Molière, from the Comédie Française to New York! Unforgettable roles that he still plays!
Nevertheless, the secret role that has always haunted him is the one to transmit, inspire, put everything into a character and which takes us from laughter to tears.
This time, Francis Huster is no longer acting. He is himself. He lives his devouring passion before you. The Theatre: his life.
With TOUMANI & SIDIKI DIABATÉ
And the exceptional participation of FATOUMATA DIAWARA + guests
The great adventure LAMOMALI is a gateway between Paris, Bamako and the world.
Carried by the Kora of Toumani and Sidiki Diabaté, an instrument passed from father to son for generations,.-M-, like a white Griot (African musician and poet), orchestrates this alchemy of cultures and personalities,
t ’M and variations…
Béjart celebrates Maurice
In 2017 it is 30 years since the Béjart Ballet Lausanne was founded and 10 years since Maurice Béjart died. On this occasion, his successor Gil Roman and his company are presenting a series of new performances.
t ’M and variations…
To be born in Russia at the beginning of the 20th Century. To have a family which suffered under the yoke of the Bolshevik revolution. To discover his homosexuality. To flee his country with nothing, neither future, nor papers. To escape the Nazis, the concentration camp. To have ten fingers as his only resource and, thanks to them, to succeed in becoming the world's most famous pianist. To defy Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, to exceed Rubinstein, the Beatles, and to suddenly die, at the height of his fame. In all, almost 20 years.
A comedy written and directed by Daniel Colas
In 1515, how the amorous follies of François I almost cost him the French throne, despite the ferocious vigilance of la Louve, his mother. A mischievous and bubbling comedy where the traps of the corridors of power and personal interests become entangled.
By the Confédération Nationale de Danse Languedoc-Roussillon (Languedoc Roussillon National Dancing Federation)
The Nuit de la Jeune Chorégraphie proposed by the Confédération Nationale de Danse Languedoc Roussillon in partnership with the Festival de Carcassonne returns for the sixth consecutive year. It will be held in the courtyard of the Château Comtal on 12 July. This evening is dedicated to the discovery and promotion of young companies and all forms of choreographic art.
Keziah Jones (8.30 p.m.) - Soul-Funk
Similarly to his blended music that he describes as blufunk, Keziah Jones has been travelling the world for two decades, regularly releasing albums like eclectic and electric postcards. Keziah Jones is a travelling and acrobatic guitarist whose music is like sound poems. He has found a name for this very personal style, "blufunk", combining soul-funk, blues, rock and African rhythms, in this way reducing the borders between his native continent and his adopted west.
For the second time, the artist will appear on the stage of the Théâtre Jean-Deschamps to introduce his new album Malèna. An album which is the result of the love that a father has for his daughters. Father, for the second time in 2014, from his marriage with the soprano Aleksandra Kurzak, Roberto explains: "Malèna brings me back to my youth and perpetuate my happiness. This happiness of becoming a father that Ornella, her older sister, gave me for the first time, she who in turn has now become a mother.
TRUST, five letters which ring out like a life-saving cannon shot in a drowsy Giscardian France.
TRUST who, like its name, had confidence in a moribund French rock with shots of powerful riffs and words hammering on the anvil.
TRUST, wild, rebels whose "Antisocial", more than a hymn, became the symbol of a youth who rejects political manoeuvring, and is moulded in the concrete of dormitory towns.
After a wait of more than two years after his last studio album, ‘Je Veux du Bonheur’, certified as a diamond record and after a sold-out triumphant tour, Christophe Maé is finally returning with a new album.
AN EVENT !
MICHEL SARDOU makes a comeback with "LA DERNIÈRE DANSE" accompanied by a big 31-piece orchestra and has selected the Festival de Carcassonne to stage this event before a major tour after the holiday period in 2017.
After a triumphant tour in 2013 and four years' absence, Michel Sardou who, to date, has sold more than 100 million records, is coming back to the Théâtre Jean-Deschamps for a unique show where he will sing his greatest successes and new songs for his DERNIERE DANSE to thank his public for having stayed with him for 50 years.
Pixies released Head Carrier, their second "post-meeting" album last September. The album with 12 titles, faithful to the group's inimitable sound union between surrealism, psychedelism, discord and surf rock, was produced by Tom Dalgety (Killing Joke, Royal Blood) and recorded at the Rak Studio in London this year from mid-February to mid-March.
DIGNES, DINGUES, DONC…”. This is Véronique Sanson's new tour in 2017, in which she will sing the songs from the album of the same name which was released on 4 November last year. And many other songs from her repertory, that she will offer as always from the depth of herself, with this sincerity and this generosity which makes her shows rare moments.
Juliette Armanet – A voice, a piano, words
This is the simple and rare equation of she who today is established as the most trendy "Petite Amie" of French songs: Juliette Armanet.
Now accompanied by her "bête noire», her piano, eternal partner in crime and dance, for almost a year Juliette Armanet has entrusted her gentle sentimental insanities to a growing public.
Between nostalgia and humour, she created an original aura around her physical and sensitive melodies, between pink and black.