No need to search further for the evening of December 18, there is Champong
CHAMPONG! December 18, 7pm at Centre Culturel Pouya, 48 quai de Jemmapes, Paris 10th arrondissement. For this special event, a shout out to Year of France-Korea, we have the pleasure to host Aram Lee, flutist, magician of musical improvisation and former member of Baramgot and leader of NAMU. Before his European and American tour, he will stop by Paris for a special evening where he will play side by side with his French doppelganger, Jocelyn Miennel, flutist, saxophonist, compositor and producer. Together, they have launched the project “Wood & Steel”, based on the musical improvisation of flutes. It has been programmed at the National Theater of Korea last July.
The evening will serve up a performance Champong, which means a spicy mix of cultures in a soup in Korean, where we will start with the Korean-French duo who will then be joined by Abbas Bakhtiari, and Iranian Daf master, as well as other surprise musical guests. To add to the mix, we will have dancers and mimes including Won Kim.
As you might have surmised by now, the evening promises plenty of surprises.
We hope that you will join us in this boiling hot experience of artistic encounter in search of euphoria through experimentation.
After the show, we hope you will join us for diner of delicious Iranian cuisine prepared by the Centre Culturel Pouya, and to continue the exchange.
Rendez-vous on December 18 at 7pm at Centre Culturel Pouya!
Centre Culturel Pouya
48 bis Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
December 18, 2015
Reservations : 01 42 08 38 47
After the show:
Iranian Dinner Menu
9 € Ghormeh Sabzi with rice (stew) : red beans, herbs, dried lemons, onions
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