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Exposition "606 Reed & Blues fête ses 10 ans"

Music, Jazz and blues, Exhibition in Sens

Free
  • 606 Reed & Blues is an association of passionate talent scouts united around the culture of the Blues, this musical genre that appeared in the southern United States in the 19th century. It radiates in all the Sénonais by regularly inviting groups to occur on the various stages of Sens in the Theater and in La Scène, in Rosoy, Noé, Villeneuve-sur-Yonne or Gron.

    Open to all the compositions of Blues, as well as those which are inspired by other styles like Jazz, Soul, Funk or Rock, it...
    606 Reed & Blues is an association of passionate talent scouts united around the culture of the Blues, this musical genre that appeared in the southern United States in the 19th century. It radiates in all the Sénonais by regularly inviting groups to occur on the various stages of Sens in the Theater and in La Scène, in Rosoy, Noé, Villeneuve-sur-Yonne or Gron.

    Open to all the compositions of Blues, as well as those which are inspired by other styles like Jazz, Soul, Funk or Rock, it promotes for all, young and less young people, the musical practice of the Blues with masterclasses, workshops of group: guitar, song, harmonica and DanceRock, exposures, conferences, books and films.

    Born in 2011 in Rosoy, 606 Reed & Blues is already celebrating its 10th anniversary! It is the occasion to recall the concerts and meetings which took place year after year around the Blues. To celebrate this anniversary, the association proposes a new program.

    In 2021, its wish is to continue its road, by programming, creating, inventing, exchanging and sharing around this music which it likes. As a prelude, on Sunday 14 November at 5pm, the Théâtre municipal de Sens welcomes Rozedale: Amandyn Roses, vocals; Charlie Fabert, guitars; Guillaume Pihet, drums; Pili Tempo, bass; Thibaud Lecluse, keyboards (booking www.606-reedandblues.org).
  • Rates
  • Free
Schedules

Schedules

  • From November 16, 2021 until January 8, 2022
  • * Du 16/11/2021 au 08/01/2022, mardi, jeudi et vendredi de 14h à 18h, mercredi de 10h à 13h et de 14h à 18h, samedi de 10h à 13h et de 14h à 17h.