Canticum NovumORIGINAL PROJECTS
- Paz, Salam & Shalom
- Sefardi #2
- Topkapi Istanbul, 1550
- Duo Manaraf
From the gardens of Babylone to Solomon's gardens
The Persian garden, coherent and structured, seeks to express and represent the harmony between the natural and cultural environment, between man and nature. A closed and mysterious place, stimulating the senses, the ancient Persian garden invited to rest, stimulated meditation and pleasure and revealed the hidden potential of natural resources.
In Ottoman Turkey, the art of gardening has grown tremendously , whose memory has survived mainly thanks to the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. During grand receptions, sometimes at night, during which the splendor of the Ottoman court life did not fail to express themselves, Eastern and Western musics resonated along the paved paths lined ponds, orchards, fountains and kiosks.
Paradaia invites to a journey at the edge of ancient and traditional music. Echoes of Persia, Turkey and Europe blend with the music of singers and instrumentalists of the ensemble Canticum Novum.
2 singers & 6 instrumentalists
Simiane la Rotonde (04), France
Les Riches Heures Musicales
Sylvanès (12), France
Festival international de musique sacrée de l'abbaye de Sylvanès
Hérisson (03), France
Festival des abbayes de Lorraine