On April 28, at Notre-Dame La Riche Church, Ensemble Perspectives invites the audience to come and imagine the concert, to enter a new space of perception, beyond the stylistic divisions and beaten paths where music sometimes loses its Ariadne thread.
“O all you who pass by, see if there is a pain like mine…”
This verse of the prophet Jeremiah takes us to witness. He begs us to hear his suffering. Poets and musicians will seize this cry that will become theirs. They will turn afflictions, moans, complaints and emotions of love into chords and resonances.
Deploring the destruction of Jerusalem, entrusting us with the tearing of the Virgin Mary, telling us the unfortunate destiny of Olimpia or even languid passions and torments in love, the great masters of the Renaissance are reaching out to the human soul, which pours out to the accents of the voice. To answer them, a creation by Zad Moultaka will take a contemporary look at these timeless feelings.