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Music & Oral History: The Memory of Violence in Lebanon

Date & time
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Speaker(s)

Jad Orphée Chami

Cost

This event is free (registration needed, via link in bio).

Where

Online

Jad Orphée Chami

The Memory of Violence in Lebanon from the Performance of the Self to Self-Performance

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WITH

Jad Orphée Chami is a Canadian-Lebanese composer, performer and multidisciplinary artist based in Paris that has notably worked on the original soundtrack of Antigone by Sophie Deraspe, chosen as Canada’s official selection for the 92nd Oscars. He has been nominated for the Prix Iris of the Gala Québec Cinéma of the best original score for his work on the film.

In this presentation of his research-creation's work in progress, he proposes a reflection on how oral history performance can establish dialogues between music and testimony and between testimony and self-narrative by seeking reconciliation through a shared memory of violence in Lebanon.


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