the Doulce Mémoire ensemble will unveil its creation "Leonardo da Vinci: Secret Music" to the Orléans public, in preview of its official presentation at the Louvre Auditorium on 15 November.
As part of the 500th anniversary of the Renaissance in the Centre-Val de Loire region, the Centre culturel Le Bouillon d’Orléans La Source will host an exceptional and unpublished concert on Wednesday 13 November at 8.30 pm.
Indeed, the Doulce Mémoire ensemble will unveil its creation “Leonardo da Vinci: Secret Music” to the Orléans public, in preview of its official presentation at the Louvre Auditorium on 15 November.
For this concert with scenography, the Ensemble Doulce Mémoire will set off in search of the secret music of Leonardo’s paintings, those that resonate with his theme or poetic universe: a scientific approach to discover Vinci’s contemporary music, but also eminently poetic to enter the mental universe of this genius.
New works by composers Tinctoris, Agricola, Heinrich Isaac and Tromboccino will be on offer. The concert will feature the famous lira da braccio, of which Leonardo da Vinci was a talented performer.
Full price: 11€ / Reduced price: 8€ / Free for students of the University of Orléans
Please note that there will be no ticket office on site on the evening of the concert.