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Festival français à Adelaide en novembre !

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  • #76147
    sandrine
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    Le 4ème festival français à Adelaide aura lieu à Carick Hill (46 Carrick Hill Drive, Springfield SA 5062) le 20 (10am – 10pm) et 21 novembre (10am – 6pm ) et aura pour thème la Nouvelle Calédonie.

    ENTRY FEES: Adults: $14 – Concession : $12 – Family (2 Adults + 2 Children): $30 Children (<14y.o.): $5

    Tickets on sale at the Alliance from 11 October sales at gate

    INFORMATION: 8272 4281

    #362389
    sandrine
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    Ca approche 😉

    #362390
    WOOD
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    bonjour Sandrine

    Ou est ce que l`on peut avoir des renseignements sur ce festival?Ce qu`il y a voir,ect…

    by bye

    #362391
    sandrine
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    Dance

    Le Wetr is a dance group living and working in Lifou, one of the Loyalty Islands to the east of New Caledonia. For over 10 years, this artistic group has been researching the songs and ritual customs of their society, and translating this research into dance performances. They are the leading kanak group in New Caledonia, and are establishing a world-wide reputation as interpreters of and ambassadors for their culture. They have been applauded in Spain, France, Singapore, the USA, and elsewhere. Members of the group will also introduce festival-goers to the culinary traditions of their island.
    Souleidado Well known in Perth for their enthusiastic performances of French folk dances and also for their popular dance workshops, Souleidado are making their first appearance at the French Festival. They will present two formal programmes, focusing on music and dance from two of France’s best-loved regions, Provence and Britanny, but they will also give festival-goers the opportunity to trip the boards in workshops of some of the most popular dances from their collection.

    Cabaret, chanson française, world music

    Bric-à-Brac Back for their fourth French Festival, Ced and his energetic band have reworked their repertoire, developing performances on four different themes: Fantasia (a fusion of celtic, classical and medieval sounds), Bayou (the Cajun influence and zydeco), Bohemia (a homage to the soul of the gipsy) and Pop (the late twentieth French scene, from Piaf to Renaud). The melodies and improvisations of the gipsy violin and accordion complement Ced’s warm, vibrant singing, while the washboard and percussive double bass enhance the exciting rhythmic character of the group. A feast of dance, nostalgia and romance, not to be missed!

    Annie Santré Always a favourite at the Festival, and elsewhere, local French singer Annie Santré brings a touch of French flair and style to her performances of French classics, from Aznavour to Vian, with special homage to the best-loved French singer of all, Edith Piaf of course.

    Sheryl Peters Singing just to the accompaniment of her guitar, Sherryl Peters tells us the stories which make up our lives, stories of greater and lesser import, stories of love, friendship, happiness and sadness. She will take you into her close and intimate world with her sensitive singing. Never far below the surface runs a unifying thread – what it is to be a woman in today’s world.

    AC2N fits well into the world music scene with its modern fusion of funk, groove, soul and kanak reggae. An impressive 8-piece ensemble which will have you up and dancing. Come on down!

    Uni SA Looking for a taste of traditional France? Why not take your wine/coffee/gateau/baguette over to Stage 3 for an entertaining half hour of popular French songs presented by students from Uni SA. Sunday only.

    Music from New Caledonia

    Jimmy Oedin and his backing group brings to New Caledonian music a sense of place and a feel for what is important, in much the same way as Francis Cabrel has made his mark in France. One feels that he has his finger on the pulse of what is real, of what counts. The clear and straightforward musical treatment of his subject matter makes it a pleasure to sit back, relax and enjoy some fine texts sensitively presented.
    Edou, with his sophisticated backing, has been one of the most popular singers in New Caledonia for some years now. The traditional kanak influence in his work is always present, sounding clearly through the modern musical treatment he gives to his songs, but his music reaches beyond the shores of his homeland to embrace a range of influences, particularly from other Pacific regions. Edou’s latest album, for example, features music and artists from nearby Fiji and Vanuatu.

    Jazz

    ETM Four music teachers from New Caledonia who are, above all, performing artists and musicians, present their repertoire which covers a wide range of jazz styles.

    Literature

    Several indigenous, kanak and modern regional French writers will be attending the Festival from New Caledonia and will read and recite works of poetry and fiction for the delight of the young at heart and other lovers of island stories and Pacific dreaming.

    #362392
    sandrine
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    Defined as ‘the art or science of good eating’ and ‘a style of cooking, as of a particular region’, gastronomy is a major component of every culture – even more so when it comes to the French!

    Gastronomy will again be a significant feature over the festival weekend. On-going cooking demonstrations by renowned professional chefs of both French and New Caledonia cuisine will be organised throughout the festival.

    After watching the cooking demonstration, visitors are free to wander through the market square and restaurant areas and enjoy some of both local and interstate traders. Then wash it down with a glass of Bordeaux, or one of the other French and Australian wines available at the festival bar. If encountering this hedonistic experience only serves to whet the appetite about all things gastronomical, French Festival sponsor Le Cordon Bleu will be on-site to answer all of your questions about how one can enter into a career in the domain of hotel management.

    At the French Festival, you will find : Exclusive French produces – Cooking demonstrations (French, fusion, New Caledonia) – Stalls with French cuisine – French wines at good prices – Picnic areas – French produces for sale

    #362393
    sandrine
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    The French language is the fourth most widely taught language is South Australia, and that being the case, it is no wonder that Education is one of the four celebrated domains of the French Festival concept !

    Activities and shows galore designed to entertain and involve both the yound students will be on offer throughout the weekend.

    Educational entertainment and activities include the ‘Vedettes de la SAFTA’ show (open for school students of French) ; the folk dance group Souleidado ; Philippe the Juggler ; face painting ; air-brush tatooing and more.

    Exhibitors in the market square will comprise of GET Educational Tours (a company organising school tours to France and New Caledonia) ; Festival Sponsor Le Cordon Bleu ; and of course, the Alliance Française d’Adelaïde, your French Language and Cultural Centre running French language course from complete beginners to fluent Frnehc speakers, for students aged 3 and older.

    #362394
    sandrine
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    Bonsoir Wood,

    Voici un résumé de ce qu’on peut attendre du festival.
    Désolé pour l’anglais, mais ce serait trop long à traduire 😉

    A bientôt, peut-être au festival 😉

    Vous me trouverez sur le stand de l’Alliance Française samedi et dimanche après-midi, venez me voir !!!

    Sandrine

    #362395
    GGauzie
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    Bonjour Sandrine,
    Comment s’est passe ce festival ? Je n’ai pas pu y aller car j’ai fait beaucoup de choses de mon WE, mais l’annee prochaine j’essayerai d’y etre !
    J’ai entendu dire que le lieu dans lequel ca se passait etait tres jolie aussi.
    A bientot
    Gilles

    #362396
    sandrine
    Membre

    Salut Gilles!

    Le festival s’est très très bien passé. Le cadre était superbe: les jardins de Carrick Hill sont magnifiques et offrent une belle vue sur Adelaide et l’océan. De plus, nous avons eu un temps parfait pour l’occasion: du soleil et des températures acceptables.

    L’organisation était parfaite. 🙂

    Les visiteurs sont venus nombreux admirer les artistes venus de Nouvelle-Calédonie, et goûter aux crépes, merguez, gauffres, glaces, pâtisseries et aussi aux spécialités de la Nouvelle-Calédonie.

    J’attends avec impatience le prochain festival qui aura lieu en 2006.

    Il va falloir être patient! 🙁

    Sandrine

    #362397
    GGauzie
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    Merci Sandrine pour le petit compte rendu !
    A bientot

    Gilles

    #362398
    Dr Ch
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    Salut Sandrine! 🙂 Je suis passionné par le Jazz (eh oui ça existe…. 🙂 ) Le quartet de musicien néo-zélandais c’était du « jazz classique »….peut etre que tu peux me dire ce qu’il y’avait comme instrus et quelle type de jazz c’étzit( moderne, fusion…?) c’était bien? MERCI BIEN… Adelaîde tu t’y plais?? j’me rapel la rue avec les statuts des Porcs….si tu passes chez « Boomerang Cars » Passe le bonjour à Nick Adams de la part de Céline et Christophe si tu veux….bonne continuation! 😀

    #362399
    sandrine
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    Salut,

    Non, désolée, je ne peux pas te donner plus d’infos sur les musiciens car je n’ai pas eu l’occasion de les écouter (je travaillais pendant qu’ils jouaient…). Mais j’en ai entendu du bien!

    Oh oui, je m’y plais à Adelaide… surtout l’été, la ville se réveille et profite du beau temps et des belles plages!

    A bientôt 😉

    #362400
    GGauzie
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    Salut c’est re-moi.
    Y’a un collegue qui voudrait prendre des lecons de francais, aurais tu un endroit a me recommender pour l’aider ?
    Merci
    Gilles

    #362401
    sandrine
    Membre

    Oui bien sur,

    Le meilleur endroit pour apprendre le français, c’est l’Alliance francaise. Pourquoi? parceque les profs ont tous pour langue maternelle le francais et sont qualifies. Les tarifs sont assez bas comparés aux autres centres et les étudiants ont acces au centre de ressources (livres, videos, dvd, cd, etc.).

    Plus d’infos? http://www.af.org.au/

    #362402
    GGauzie
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    merci bien. Je vais le lui faire savoir.
    Gilles

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