La Chapelle des arts had not yet had the right to its public broadcasts … It will be done on September 17 and 18! 7 special programs will be recorded there under live conditions. For the occasion, Aléo has chosen to invite only local artists, which it broadcasts regularly on its associative waves. Each artist or group benefits from one hour, and the spectators will be able to witness all aspects of a radio program: scales / installation (approximately 30 minutes) and mini-concert / interview (approximately 30 minutes).
The entrance is free. Mandatory health pass (possibility to do it on site by making a request in advance: [email protected]).
In the program :
Friday September 17th at 2 p.m. Atrium, at 3 p.m. Antoine Bertazzon and at 4 p.m. the Ukulele Club 71.
Saturday September 18 at 1 p.m. Petit Crucq, at 2 p.m. Lydiane Curt-Pitou, at 3 p.m. Mathieu Gattuso and at 4 p.m. Les Michelines.
Hélène Piris and Elo Papillon: 2 new albums to discover on stage
In addition to the public recording of radio broadcasts, Aléo will offer 2 concerts of French song. For this symbolic event, the radio has chosen to invite two artists that it has followed for a long time, and who have prepared or released their new album in the midst of a health crisis. One way to show its unwavering support for the artists who revolve around the world of French-language song.
On September 17 at 8:30 pm, spectators will be able to savor “No, but we’re going to get out”, Hélène Piris’ new album. The Lyonnaise, who accompanies herself on the cello, does not have a pen in her pocket and she has fun deciphering the faults of society. In turn funny, tender or rebellious, his songs give us a part of his soul and his view of the world. Charismatic and in her element on stage, it is always with a lot of humor that Hélène Piris delivers her titles in front of a generally conquered audience.
On September 18 at 8:30 p.m., Ello Papillon will give his new show for the very first time. His last album “A rebours” was released in December 2020, but the health crisis has so far deprived him of stage. It is in duet that she chose to present it to the public, with the cellist Annabelle Rogelet. You will therefore be able to discover new versions of songs widely broadcast on Aléo, such as “A rebours”, “En mute”, “The essential” or even “My blood early”. Admission is € 10 for adults and € 2 for children under 18. 2-night pass at € 18. Reservations: [email protected] Compulsory health pass (possibility to do it on site by making a request in advance by email).