In Carhaix, behind the scenes of the Sérusier high school theater option

In Carhaix behind the scenes of the Serusier high school

Tuesday, September 27, 1:15 p.m. Erwan Thomas, the French teacher in charge of the theater option at the Sérusier high school in Carhaix, leads us to the rehearsal room, on the first floor of building C. This is the second year that he coordinates the theater option, a sector whose reputation is second to none. … Read more

October 02, 2022: what do we really want to celebrate? (By Dorah Aboubacar Koita)

Riccardo Muti explains why the opera must assume its history

Every October 2, Guineans celebrate their independence. But for this year, it turns out that our country Guinea is in a multifaceted crisis and it is at a decisive, extremely serious turning point in its history with a governance described by observers as being unilateral and disastrous from the junta in power. On October 1, … Read more

Estonian Orchestral Pages of Our Time with Paavo Järvi

Estonian Orchestral Pages of Our Time with Paavo Jarvi

Estonian Premieres. Tõnu Kõrvits (°1969) : To the Moonlight. Ulo Krigul (°1978) : Chordae; The Bow. Helena Tulve (°1972) : The shadow behind you. Tauno Aints (°1975) : Opening Estonia. Lepo Sumera (1950-2000) : Olympic Music I. Estonian Festival Orchestra, conductor Paavo Järvi. 2012/13/1420/21. Instructions in English, French and German. 58.35. Alpha 863. Founded in … Read more

François supplie Poutine de mettre fin à la “spirale de violence et de mort” en Ukraine

Francois supplie Poutine de mettre fin a la spirale de

Sortant du cadre habituel de la méditation spirituelle habituellement prononcée avant l’Angélus dominical, le pape François a lancé un appel s’adressant directement au président russe Vladimir Poutine et au président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky. Le pape François s’est alarmé dimanche du risque d’affrontement nucléaire en Europe, deux jours après l’annexion officielle de quatre régions ukrainiennes par … Read more

Fun and Fun with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig | Pretty Reel

Fun and Fun with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig

White Noise, Don DeLillo’s great novel, is many things – a postmodern comedy about academia, a damning critique of consumerism, a meditation on the fear of death, an apocalyptic epic, an experimental deconstruction of American culture. What many believed it wasn’t, however, was adaptable. Noah Baumbach is here to prove them wrong with perhaps the … Read more

Jean-Yves Tadié: the keys to Proustian genius

1664727377 Jean Yves Tadie the keys to Proustian genius

Jean-Yves Tadié has published a biography of Marcel Proust. ” In Search of Lost Time »is a fiction of Marcel Proust published in sevenvolumes (1913 to 1927). A “work-world” that can be explored ad infinitum.Watch out, masterpiece! This monumental fresco is a meditation on memory, art and time. ” In Search of Lost Time »is … Read more

Pope Francis ‘begs’ Vladimir Putin to stop the ‘spiral of violence and death’

Norbert Tarayre his ex is dazzling his daughter reveals rare

Never had the pope gone so far since the start of the war between Ukraine and Russia. He launched, Sunday, October 2 in front of the crowd gathered in Place Saint-Pierre, a ” call “ solemn to Vladimir Putin to obtain a ceasefire. “My appeal is addressed above all to the President of the Russian … Read more

The complete works of the Vaudois poet Gustave Roud are released on Thursday

How to live 24 hours a day with the Holy

In the French-speaking literary world, this is one of the events of the year: the publication on Thursday of the complete works of the Vaudois writer, poet and photographer Gustave Roud (1897-1976) by Zoé editions. The four-volume set has over 5,000 pages. Considered one of the greatest poets of French-speaking Switzerland, successor to Charles Ferdinand … Read more

The Toulousain Bernard Werber nervous “like a dad who has just given birth to a baby” for his 32nd book

The Toulousain Bernard Werber nervous like a dad who has

This is his 32nd book. And it has sold millions of copies around the world. Yet the Toulouse writer Bernard Werber is always apprehensive when releasing a new book. He publishes this Wednesday The Diagonal of the Queens : the story of two women, two geniuses of chess, that everything opposes. Between wars, terrorist attacks … Read more