Nuit Blanche: La Galaxie Youkali / Diffuse Nebula

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Kurt Weill's ritornello (an orchestral interlude) 'Youkali-Tango-Habanera' describes an enchanted island that doesn't exist. Yvan le Bozec takes it a step further, elevating the piece into a visual and sound installation in which visitors are invited to participate, dancing the tango and creating a party atmosphere as part of the installation itself.


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