Your Musical Festival Guide

Friday 21 June 2019

This year the summer solstice will be long and beautiful !

On 21 June La Vallée Village will be turning up the volume with a series of open-air concerts taking place throughout its streets. Five groups of musicians with five different styles will fill the Village with marvellous music including jazz, swing, a brass band, pop and bossa nova.



From 12.00 to 19.30, join us and visit the fabulous boutiques, enjoy a glass of rosé* at Menu Palais and celebrate La Fête de la Musique !

* Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. Consume with moderation.

1. Maseko - Duo jazz



Maseko is a guitarist and singer.
Enjoy Jazz, Soul, Blues, R&B, Pop and International Variety.



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Rhia Mothersele is a Welsh jazz singer and violinist who performs in Paris and the south of France. She learned to play the violin in Montpellier with the gypsy violinist Sylvain Guta, but she switched very quickly to jazz. She credits Stéphane Grapelli and Django Reinhard as influences, of course, but also Jean Luc Ponty, John Coltrane, Charlie Mingus, and the Jazz Messengers. She uses her violin and beautiful voice to pay tribute to the most beautiful examples of jazz.

Accompanied by Italian guitarist Katia Schiavone and contrabassist Gabriel Pierre from Bordeaux, she invites you on a trip to the Paris of the 1940s. 

3. The Dromadulaires - Fanfare



The Dromaludaires is made up of musicians from around France: Paris, Marseille, Strasbourg, Bordeaux, Angers, and Clermont-Ferrand.


4. Gyoh - Duo pop/acoustic

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GYOH is a young performer who perfectly combines vintage and modern. He is a talented guitarist with something of George Benson, Jimi Hendrix, Ed Sheeran, and John Mayer. 




Mixtura is a latin music group that brings to life the main musical genres of Brazil and the Caribbean, such as salsa, cubano, samba, bossa nova, cha cha cha, samba reggae, merengue, bachata, bolero, choro,...

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