« Zemlia, The Earth in Russian, is a “silent movie in concert” project, a music irrigated by improvisation and then carefully organized, recomposed and formalized. A score which, through this combination of violin, electric guitar and keyboards, given singular depth by intricate treatments and electronic effects, and then amplified, gives resonance to the images. » David Sanson
“Tears are shed inside. It’s a show about autism. Or better, about the sorrow of loving those who switched off, and live on the other side of reason, communication, verbalisation. Without ever judging the causes, conditions and possible treatments of the mental disease evoked, « Au bois dormant (Sleeping minds) » propose modest and real bridges and roads.” [Agnès Freschel]
Text by Christophe Pellet, musical creation for Renaud Marie Leblanc’s staging.