24 October

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Pay what you want

13:00 > 16:00

Date(s) and venue(s)

24 October

Manège Fonck
Rue Ransonnet, 2
4020 Liège

A Sunday celebrating choral singing: a practice that, everywhere since time immemorial, has passed on stories, created connections, healed and done good. For those that sing, but also the ears that hear it.
The four guest choirs will honour the diversity of the discipline, with repertoires of intimate, political and festive stories, rhythms and melodies connected to practices or particular regions, and songs passed down through generations or from video clips.

To sound smart, we call it polyphonic cosmopolitanism, but in concrete terms it means that there will be big tables, a cafeteria, and something to please the young and the old. And that we want to sing.

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