The Seasons of them festival ends this Sunday, September 26 in Toulouse with three concerts, including that of Michèle Bernard in trio with Clélia Bressat-Blum and Pascal Berne.
This last weekend of September is marked by the third edition of the Saisons d’elles festival which ends on Sunday 26. A marquee is installed for the occasion on the Place des Pradettes to the west of Toulouse.
For the organizers, the objective of the Saisons d’elles festival is “to invent a space-time reserved for creators until then relatively little recognized in the world of music”. The public’s support is there, “the first two editions in 2016 and 2018 were a great success with more than 1,200 entries”. Everything is set up by some 80 volunteers.
From tomorrow 24/09 to Sunday 26/09 at Pradettes at #Toulouse, it’s the Seasons of Them festival, #feminist and #citizen. On the program concerts, debates and gesticulated conferences.
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To close this edition, three concerts are scheduled for Sunday, September 26. First, Mel Cords, 4:45 p.m. She is presented as a “young talent in the making of the Jean Jaurès University of Musicology. Mel Cords is a guitar and a voice that take you smoothly into the world of Folk. It is also sensitivity in the raw state where feelings and music are one.
It will then be the turn of Swing Vandals to share its colorful musical universe, its music is “an invitation to travel around the Mediterranean”.
Finally, Michèle Bernard will end the evening at 7:30 p.m. in a trio with Clélia Bressat-Blum and Pascal Berne. She is presented as a woman who “likes to do everything: she writes, she composes, she interprets. (…) The poetry of his songs offers a fine game of balance between a keen awareness of the world and its distractions, but also its hopes.
Practical information: Seasons of them festival; last day Sunday September 26; Place des Pradettes in Toulouse; online ticketing on www.festik.net or on site, day pass from 20 to 35 euros.