MAKE MUSIC 2021
The MAKE MUSIC CANADA is an event organized jointly by the 9 Alliances Françaises in Canada with the support of cultural service of the French Embassy in Canada. We are pleased to offer you a 2021 program on the theme of celebration of the arts!
This year, we are offering three videos with a eclectic musical, highlighting not only music but also visual art, and more particularly comics. These three videos will allow musical and visual artists to express their creativity.
F R E E
To book your spot:
1/ RESERVATION HERE
2/ Get the links of the videos on the weekend of the International Music Day!
SATURDAY JUNE 19, at 7PM
CAPSULE SKIP THE USE & DIMIDOU
This stage features the famous French rock band Skip the Use and the illustrator and animator Dimidou. In this video Dimidou brings his avatar to life by animating him to the music of Skip the Use. It will be an artistic performance mixing acoustic music with illustration and 3D animation. This original video is created for International Music Day only and will allow you to dive into the universe of these two artists and to understand the artistic collaboration between music and drawing.
SUNDAY JUNE 20, at 7PM
CAPSULE LORRAINE KLAASEN & VIDU
This stage takes us into the musical world of Lorraine Klaasen, a great diva who has preserved the classic sound of Township Music (a fusion of Marabi, jazz and Zulu beats) that continues to be South Africa's most distinctive sound. Lorraine Klaasen electrified audiences around the world with her stage presence and performance skills.
Inspired by Klaasen's universe, illustrator Vidu will make us discover his visual world. This vignette highlights a long-distance collaboration between a French artist and a Canadian artist.
MONDAY JUNE 21, at 7PM
CAPSULE PATRICE CABLAT & SAKAY OTTAWA, SAKHIUS
MIKWETC was born from the encounter between Atikamekw artist Sakay Ottawa and Sakhius, a trio with French and Mongolian roots. To the call of the Earth, these three cultures respond with a unique musical collaboration, between drums and diphonic songs, sublimated by the illustrations of the French artist Patrice Cablat. A song in unison to celebrate the Earth and thank the ancestors for keeping the culture alive. Go behind the scenes of this project initiated as part of 2021 International Music Day to honour National Aboriginal Peoples Day.