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Rencontres internationales danse butō et musique acousmatique

The 2nd edition of the Butoh-Acousmatic music & dance Festival will be more international than ever.

This year, a total of 22 concerts / performances will be presented to you during 3 days.

44 artists from 10 countries such as Uruguay, Argentina, England, Austria, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Latvia, Lithunia, Japan will be represented.
Juju Alishina, Yumi Fujitani, Masaki Iwana et Moeno Wakamatsu are this year special guests.
Biétrix Schenk / Emmanuel Borgo from Lyon, Gilles Monfort / Solène De Cock and Phil Von / Sakurako will present their creations as special representations during the Festival (they existed prior the call for artists).

We are glad to present Christian Zanési this year, as well as a piece from Bernard Parmegiani who will conclude the Festival on performance by Moeno Wakamatsu.

During the Festival a round table will take place at the Médiathèque of Issy-les-Moulineaux, organized by Sylviane Pagès (Université Paris 8) and Gwenaëlle Roulleau (researcher at Motus). Open to everyone, this round table proposes to discuss the practices of Butoh and Acousmatic Music. Performers and composers from last or this year's edition are invited to reveal new angles of this contemporary disciplines.
Free entry, info / reservations 

A Butoh Workshop will close the Festival on 9th of October. Leaded by Rasjid Cesar, (support: Lorna Lawrie and Elizabeth Damour). Pôle Simon Le Franc, Paris, 4th arrondissement. Informations and reservations

The 2016 edition of En Chair et en Son welcomes three new partners: Agence Fabian Fischer, Paris, TENRI French-Japanese Cultural Center and the Pôle Simon Le Franc. The support of SACEM (action culturelle) allows us to finance two specially created performances.

Finally, it will be as well YOUR support that will matter, as it did last year. Beginning of September we will launch a crawdfunding campaign to participate to the artists fees who come specially to this year's edition. As always: we thank all of you for your support!

…The sound reveals the body, the body sublimates the sound!

Yumi Fujitami: photo Fabrice Pairault