Adrien Brandeis Quintet Concert
at Alliance Française de Delhi, Gurgaon centre
Thursday, 15th November, 7 :00pm onwards
This Afro-Cuban inspired jazz quintet, founded in 2015 by the pianist Adrien Brandeis, will perform at the Gurgaon centre of Alliance Française Delhi on the 15th November.
They will present their independently produced album “Euforia” (2017), in a South-Asian tour. After performing at the Jazzmandu-Kathmandu Festival in Nepal, they will tour around various cities in India. This quintet has received various prizes in France: laureate at the musical springboard Jazz à Juan 2017, audience’s prize at the springboard Jazz à Porquerolles 2017, and was finalist at various competitions such as the Nice Jazz Festival, Jazz en Ville in Vannes. Adrien Brandeis, has various influences, from Ruben Gonzalez to Brad Mehldau, including Michel Camilo, Chick Corea, Red Garland, Bill Evans.
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Livres en vie, a selection of works by Jean-Marc Godès
A Photography Exhibition
at Alliance Française de Delhi, Gurgaon Centre
5-19 October 2018, 10am to 6pm everyday
Under the umbrella “Engaging with inequalities”, we are excited to present a selection of works by Jean-Marc Godès, an artist photographer. His work in itself is a fight against illiteracy and promotion of books.
Jean-Marc Godès’ atypical works are unique internationally. As in the cinema, his theatre productions are real, with furnishings, human and animal actors, costumes, rehearsal, technical assistants…
He starts from a project on paper then proceeds to all the stages of the process: constitution of the team, casting, locating the place, creating sets, dressing, make-up, lights, and rehearsals… until the image is taken. There is no computer editing involved.
On the borders of the real and the imaginary, Jean Marc GODÈS’s photographic productions meet the interest of audiences of all ages.
At the crossroads of art, photography, poetry and literature, the social and cultural utility of Jean Marc GODÈS’s photographs is at the center of his concerns.
To translate this need, he regularly conducts experiments in the following directions: libraries, school environment, fight against illiteracy, poetry, disability…
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