Scenes are likely to offend the sensitivity of some spectators.
At the heart of the Music Museum, a long evening invites you to explore eroticism in music through atypical creations, notably Embrase-moi, an ardent piece bringing together the dancer Kaori Ito, the dancer Théo Touvet and the pianist Nathanaël Gouin.
Making people feel erotic in music: this is the common thread (or rather pink) of this nocturnal journey, punctuated by unusual creations, through the Music Museum. In the 19th century space, the dancer Kaori Ito, the dancer Théo Touvet and the pianist Nathanaël Gouin give shape to Embrase-moi, a disturbing investigation of the love experience. Soprano Donatienne Michel-Dansac and pianist Vincent Leterme bring the 18th century space to life with cabaret songs and German expressionist lieder. The 17th century space is taken over by Les Souffleurs Commandos poétiques for A Rise in Flesh, riddled with cries and pierced with whispers. Each program is offered several times during the evening.
17th century space
A RISE IN FLESH
Les Souffleurs poetic commandos, poems, whispers
18th century space
Donatienne Michel-Dansac, voice
Vincent Leterme, piano
19th century space
KISS ME (excerpt)
Kaori Ito, dance
Théo Touvet, dance
Nathanaël Gouin, piano Pleyel 1860 (Museum of Music collection)
Studio Pierre Henry
THE EROTICS of PIERRE HENRY
Julien Mignot, photographs