16 October
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World music: the world is other people?

  • Christine Zayed
  • Sika Gblondoumé
  • Marion Schultz
  • Sofia Rasquin
  • Meeting

Pratical info

Price

Pay what you want

Horaires

17:00 > 19:00

Garderie

On demand. Please let us know at least a week prior to the event by writing to contact@voixdefemmes.org!

Date(s) and venue(s)

16 October

KulturA.
Rue Roture, 13
4020 Liège
Belgium

For our 30th anniversary, we’re questioning one of the historical pillars of Voix de Femmes: the World Music category.

In the context of this anniversary edition (30 years, just imagine!), we're questioning our heritage: what we must continue, question, transform and, in turn, pass on. We think that this the perfect occasion to question one of the historical pillars of the Voix de Femmes project: the World Music category. In light of recent research on the subject and real-life experience, we’ll take a critical look, from a de-colonial perspective, at the sector and our own practices. 

The event will be led by Souria Cheurfi (VICE Belgium, Psst Mlle), with Marion Schultz, Sika Gblondoumé (musician), Christine Zayed (musician) and Sofia Rasquin (Crammed Discs / Bloom Hill). For professionals in the sector, music and humanities enthusiasts, agents of change, and ultimately, all curious ears.

In collaboration with VICE Belgium.
 

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Born into a music-loving Palestinian family and raised between Jerusalem and Ramallah, Christine Zayed was introduced from an early age to classical and contemporary Arab music, and to traditional Pal...

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For 20 years, Sika Gblondoumé (aka Mam'Sika) has been composing and performing stage music for many companies. French of Beninese origin, she is trained in lyrical, jazz, and improvised singing and in...

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Originally from Saint-Étienne, Marion Schultz currently lives in Paris. She studied political science at university and at the same time, forged her feminist and militant activism. Her Master's thesis...

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Sofia Rasquin co-founded Bloom Hill, an organisation that supports musicians, as well as Loop Sessions Brussels, a collective showcasing Brussels beatmakers. For two and a half years, she has presente...

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