2012-04-25

20

Création "A Walk for Lhasa"

Le Théâtre Jacques Coeur venue - 29€

21:00 > 22:30

2012-04-26

21

Sold Out

Création "A Walk for Lhasa"

Le Théâtre Jacques Coeur venue - 29€

21:00 > 22:30

2012-04-27

22

Sold Out

Création "A Walk for Lhasa"

Le Théâtre Jacques Coeur venue - 29€

21:00 > 22:30

You can also buy your tickets on the FNAC website.

A Walk for Lhasa

A Walk for Lhasa / © Tshi

© Tshi

Patrick Watson, Arthur H, The Barr Borthers, L, Emily Loizeau, Sonia Wieder-Atherton, Ayin De Sela, Miriam De Sela, Sky De Sela, Alejandra Ribera.

We miss Lhasa de Sela. Her voice, her music, her texts. Her laughter, her beauty. Her modesty, her integrity. To help fill this void, multiple artists will come together for three concerts dedicated to a big sister, a little sister, an intimate friend, a friend in our thoughts, a wonderful artist, a wonderful woman. Patrick Watson lived as she did in Montréal and dedicated a song called Snow Day to her. Arthur H stayed with her when he traveled to Québec, and recorded a duet with Llasa on a song of his that she particularly liked called On rit encore, and dedicated his song Dis moi tout. The Barr Brothers were the group that Lhasa recorded her third album, and performed her last concert in Paris at Bouffes du Nord with, and they dedicated the song Cloud to her. Emily Loizeau might have crossed paths with Lhasa, and her cousins did the illustrations for the album The Living Road, and she dedicated a song from her upcoming album to her. L would have liked to meet Lhasa and does a cover of Love Came Here during her concerts. Alejandra Ribera made a cover of the song El Desierto for the tribute to Lhasa in Montréal in January 2012, a song that she will sing again for these 3 shows . Sonia Wieder-Atherton was deeply moved by Lhasa's voice when she heard her for the fist time last august, and she decided to rework her songs using the violoncello. Ayin, Miriam et Sky De Sela, Lhasa's sisters, are circus artists, grew up with her in Mexico and the U.S.A, live in a village in Bourgogne called Montréal, and dedicated a choreographed walk to Lhasa.

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