Ladies on Records - Female Singers from around the world
Sound Lecture: Female Singers from All Around the World
They are beloved, admired, and rewarded. They look at us from the record sleeves, bravely showing their femininity and beauty. Pop music in all the local styles highlights them and utilises them at the same time. But female singers are not only the icons of style; they are also the messengers of womanhood stories. We can rarely hear their messages. Their statements are very often unspoken; their expectations are often unfulfilled. Ladies on Records explores the stories of women through the music they created. Let's dive in the music from all the corners of the world - from close and distant cultural realities, and let's discover some of the stories and be open to hearing the messages. Kornelia Binicewicz AKA Ladies on Records takes us on a cultural and musical trip into the female singers' world by selecting dusty records from the 60s, 70s, and 80s and telling passionate stories of their lives and musical careers.
DJ set: Ladies on Records
Following the sound lecture about female singers from the 60s, 70s, and 80s from all around the world, Ladies on Records' vinyl-only set will take you to another level of enjoying female singers' music. The selection of rare, unknown, and forgotten songs from female artists of diverse cultural and musical worlds, comes from Kornelia's collection of singles from the golden era of music. Divas and queens of local music scenes meet here with little-known ladies of the music industries. Deep obscure sounds blend with Eastern, Western European, African, and Middle Eastern gems. Hypnotising grooves, belly dance beats with synths and organs, edgy sounds from all four corners of the earth blend with westernised arrangements and hip styles of the 60s, 70s & 80s.
Salle Michel Delvaux (salle voûtée - côté greffe)
Entrée libre, dans la limite des places disponibles
19:00 DJ set
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