Sonic sunday 2

  • -Charleroi-

    Todor Todoroff (Be)

    Todor Todoroff (Brussels) is a civil engineer in telecommunications and has also been awarded a First Prize for Electroacoustic Composition at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, and a diploma in Electroacoustic Composition at the Royal Conservatory of Mons.

  • -Charleroi-

    Unda (Be/Fr/Ch)

    The trio Unda (Ariane Chesaux, Isa Belle, Marie Decarpentrie) proposes a performance combining wellness and sound travel by subtly crossing  Tibetan bowls, gongs, percussions, voice…

  • -Charleroi-

    Marie Decarpentrie (Be)

    Attracted by the Humain, Marie Decarpentrie (Brussels) undertook studies of Psychomotricity Assistant in Psychology at the Institut Libre Marie Haps in Brussels.

  • -Charleroi-

    Ariane Chesaux (Ch/Be)

    Ariane Chesaux was born in the last century, in Lausanne. After a first trip to India, at 22, she initiated Shiatsu.

  • -Bruxelles-

    Maurice Charles JJ (Be)

    Jean-Jacques Duerinckx aka Maurice Charles JJ (Braine L’Alleud) practices mainly soprano and baritone saxophones, his first influences being Steve Lacy, Antonny Braxton, John Surman, Hamiet Bluiett.

  • -La Louvière-

    Isa Belle (Fr/Be)

    The artistic approach of Isa Belle (Brussels, Mons, Paris, Nice) is anchored in the search for well-being of the body – in its multiple dimensions – associated with personal and spiritual development.

  • -Charleroi-

    Adam Bohman (GB)

    Adam Bohman (London) is a composer, visual artist and author/very active inopportune performer in the outposts of the musics underground since the  end of the Seventies.

  • -Charleroi-

    Léo Kupper (Be)

    Pioneer of Belgian electronic music since the 60’s, and also recognized internationally, Leo Kupper, conceived a sound environment for the Saint-Anthony de Padoue Church, as a specific work requested by City Sonic which is a subtle retrospective of his spiritual electroacoustic compositions from the 1960s and 70s up till present.