Tuesday January 22, 2019 at 9:00 p.m.
Air that vibrates: a trumpet, a microphone, a speaker are the only tools worked by Timothée Quost to embark on a delusional musical world. Articulating a language of breaths, impulses, feedback, friction, this young sounds pioneer will make you lose your footing of its sound maze ...
QUELQUE CHOSE PLUTÔT
A program by Jean-Luc Guionnet
If the ear spends its time outside, it is possible that it hangs forever on the hook of the echo. What lasts in what lasts? How will a saying "x" persist or not persist as "x"? How will it be identified as an "x" over time and not as an "x" or a "y"? How is he going to hold on until "y" finally takes over? However, the situation always makes the "y" thing happen on time, and the "x" thing always makes the situation last long enough. Just because the music is full doesn't mean there's no room left in it.
The hazart of the generations makes nodes of ages, techniques and puffs of waves which resist listening and end up persisting in memory with an air of perspective without vanishing point: Timothée Quost, with his table and his trumpet, comes to reconnect, untie, and divert these lines - bring them to life.