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Graindelavoix

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In an attempt to respond to the question “what can art and music mean in a time of disaster and crisis?”, the Belgian vocal group Graindelavoix will perform a choral masterpiece – Missa Et ecce terrae motus by the Renaissance French composer Antoine Brumel. Interweaving other references, Brumel is intersected with the work of Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel and the neo-realist documentary Il Culto delle Pietre, questioning ideas like the Resurrection and the inertia of the modern world and rethinking the dialogue that can be established with the past.


Programme

Graindelavoix
Björn Schmelzer Artistic concept
Manuel Mota Sound concepts and compositions / Electric guitar
Alex Fostier Live sound engineering
Margarida Garcia Artistic assistance and sound advice

Rolling Stone
Antoine Brumel’s 12 voice Earthquake Mass in Times of Disaster 


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Mecenas Principal Gulbenkian Música

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