US News Medieval cellars, urban monuments: live electro concerts without an audience, in unusual places of Chalonnais heritage

20:40  23 november  2020
20:40  23 november  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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In Châlons-en-Champagne, the Bulle collective offers, despite confinement, concerts in atypical places. Happenings without an audience broadcast on social networks.

  Caves médiévales, monuments urbains : des concerts électro en direct et sans public, dans des lieux insolites du patrimoine chalonnais © Provided by Franceinfo

The young artists of the Marne scene have no shortage of ideas to get out of the gloom. Despite the confinement, they have not lost any of their creativity. For them, culture in general and music in particular must continue to live in this difficult context.

Continue to party

This is how Bulle was born. At the initiative of a band of musicians, this collective offers an alternative to the closure of cultural venues: continue live concerts, but without an audience, while promoting the heritage of their city.

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We said to ourselves we are going to party, we are going to find a way so that people can follow us and have fun with us and also travel, but in a territory that is very much refocused on Châlons.

Charles Mauuarin

Bulle Collective

Accompanied by the other members of the collective, Charles Mauuarin therefore donned his DJ Pilou costume. A first concert filmed live gave rise to a clip, made from the live, then broadcast on social networks. For Cogo, this is a first. The audience is absent, which does not prevent the rapper from being stressed. The artist knows that this unique experience is an opportunity to make his rhymes known.

Electro in medieval cellars

For the second live, electro music resonated in the medieval cellars of the Saint-Germain gallery, in Châlons-en-Champagne. A setting just as incredible and unusual as that of the first concert which took place on the roof of the Porte Sainte-Croix, the city's emblematic monument. A triumphal arch built in 1771 in homage to Marie-Antoinette. The next meeting is scheduled at the top of the town hall with other talents from the Marne scene.

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