Saturday 5 August 2023 at 9pm
CARESSES, solo for voice, ukulele and lost poems
Slovenian vocalist Katja Šulc delivers an emotional performance, whether by a love song to a whale, a 17th century poem of lamentation, or a traditional Aztec lullaby.
With: Katja Šulc
Katja Šulc is an acclaimed Slovenian singer, songwriter and musician. Her style blends poetry set to music, contemporary folk, and storytelling. Using electronic devices to loop and multiply her voice on stage, she experiments with modern and traditional poetry, embracing invented and endangered languages, taking the listener on an emotional journey with a love song to a whale, a 17th-century lamentation poem or a traditional Aztec lullaby.
Katja Šulc has released four studio albums, including a Tribute to Rromani Poetry from the Balkans and Eastern Europe with Kamlisajlan (in 2016) and Caricias (in 2021). She has performed in concert all over the world, from Morocco to Nepal, from China to South America. She is currently working on her fifth album, inspired by Native American poetry.
Centre Roy Hart
Château de Malérargues
Saturday 5 August at 9pm
Full price 15 €
Reduced rate (for unemployed, RSA) 12 €
Art’com 09 67 07 03 70
On-site box office opens 30 minutes before performances.
This event is supported by Culture Moves Europe, funded by the European Union and the Goethe Institute.