Les Oreilles d’Aman

(Klezmer, Marseille, France) From the solo to the sextet, Les Oreilles d’Aman is a group of variable geometry that boldly transforms the codes of klezmer music.

Thanks to original arrangements, the musicians bring a new life to this nomadic music, to this tradition which can not remain motionless. They use the power of art as the force of movement, life, liveliness, and travels from which klezmer music originally came from.

Of different musical horizons, the six members of the Oreilles d’Aman have in common to practice music of oral transmission.

Clarinet, direction of music, vocals: Léa Platini
Accordion, vocals: Mathilde Dupuch
Percussion (derbuka, daf, zarb): Thomas Bourgeois
Double bass: Arthur Rendu
Oud, trumpet: Lionel Romieu
Violin: Jacotte Recolin


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