Bernardino Femminielli / Elle Barbara's Black Space - Festival SOIR
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Bernardino Femminielli / Elle Barbara's Black Space - Festival SOIR

10 août 2018
23h00 – 3h00 / Entrée: 22h00

425, rue Beaubien Est, Montréal, QC, Canada
Pour plus d'information à propos de cet événement, veuillez contacter Soir à soirmtl.cb@gmail.com.

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Véritable parenthèse culturelle, SOIR est un clin d’œil vif où l'art est amené à investir les communautés locales. Cette année, le festival présentera trois éditions sur trois artères phares de Montréal, notamment sur la rue Beaubien.

Le temps d'une nuit d'été, SOIR habille l'intérieur de plus de 30 commerces de la rue Beaubien en y intégrant des phénomènes artistiques multidisciplinaires. D'une discipline à l'autre, SOIR navigue entre exposition disjonctée, prestation exaltante et concept immersif.

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Véritable parenthèse culturelle, SOIR est un clin d’œil vif où l'art est amené à investir les communautés locales. Cette année, le festival présentera trois éditions sur trois artères phares de Montréal, notamment sur la rue Beaubien.

Le temps d'une nuit d'été, SOIR habille l'intérieur de plus de 30 commerces de la rue Beaubien en y intégrant des phénomènes artistiques multidisciplinaires. D'une discipline à l'autre, SOIR navigue entre exposition disjonctée, prestation exaltante et concept immersif.

Bernardino Femminielli

Bernardino Femminielli works in media including music, performance, poetry and film under the guise of a hyper-sexual, genderless provocateur. His work and character are a synthesis of mysticism, transgression, danger and pleasure-- a detached crooner deep within a distopian discotheque. Narrating in French and Spanish, from classical arrangements to brutal Italo-disco, from heavy cosmic drone to mutant industrial: his sonic ventures reflect his adopted personas. His lyrics explore an imagined illicit paradise full of excess, drugs, bars, pleasure, darkness and companionship. Much of his poetry is arranged using the cut-up technique and is composed similarly to works of transgressive fiction. On stage, the confrontational yet intensely vulnerable performer explores the rich and dark energy of French and German cabaret-- emphasizing the "total" performance where poetry, music, film, and dance coalesce.

https://femminielli.bandcamp.com
https://soundcloud.com/femminielli
Insta: @fleurdegarcon 

Elle Barbara's Black Space

J. Ellise Barbara is a Montreal-based avant-garde singer, artist, pinup, and organizer whose musical output combines elements of brazen 80s funk, late 70s underground, and downtown no wave. A lover of the odd, dark, and overlooked elements in pop music, they find inspiration in unexpected sources, like off-the-radar acts Su Tissue, Kashif, Francis Bebey, and obscure new wave duo Rexy. Rising from artist-run spaces such as La Brique and Drones Club at the turn of the current decade, J. Ellise Barbara has seen their work soar to enduring acclaim in Japan and Europe, in a short career whose highlights include duets with Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab), and DIY icon R. Stevie Moore. Since going on an indeterminate hiatus, Barbara's efforts have been partly centered around LGBTQ community organizing (Taking What We Need, ASTTeQ, African Rainbow). They are working on new music with their new outfit, the Black Space, which also includes Markus Lake, Mitch Holtby, and Jenni Roberts.

https://jefellisebarbara.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/jefellisebarbara/
Insta: @elle_barbs