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Lieux mouvants au Coscro

Concert ,  Lecture in Lignol
  • At 2.30 p.m., meeting with the writer HADRIEN KLENT ""Laziness for all"". What if we only worked three hours a day? Such is the iconoclastic proposal of Émilien Long, French Nobel laureate in economics, in his essay The Right to Laziness in the 21st Century. Very quickly the public debate ignites around this idea, carried by the fame of the author and the rigor of his analyses. At 4 p.m., concert JEAN-FRANÇOIS ZYGEL & VALENTIN TOURNET - DOUBLE BACH Between a virtuoso improvising pianist and...
    At 2.30 p.m., meeting with the writer HADRIEN KLENT ""Laziness for all"". What if we only worked three hours a day? Such is the iconoclastic proposal of Émilien Long, French Nobel laureate in economics, in his essay The Right to Laziness in the 21st Century. Very quickly the public debate ignites around this idea, carried by the fame of the author and the rigor of his analyses. At 4 p.m., concert JEAN-FRANÇOIS ZYGEL & VALENTIN TOURNET - DOUBLE BACH Between a virtuoso improvising pianist and a gambist specializing in baroque music, there was apparently not much in common... That was without taking into account their love of Bach's music and the infinite possibilities of improvisation! An astonishing concert alternating the brilliant counterpoints of L'Offrande musicale and L'Art de la fugue with the communicative spontaneity of improvised compositions."
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