Somewhere, back together in exile after escaping from a tower of Babel, the musicians of Kyab Yul-Sa invite you to move beyond boundaries, initiating you to a conjured dialogue at the crossroads of Tibetan, Scandinavian and Indian melodies.
Lobsang Chonzor, a Tibetan singer and multi-instrumentalist, will enchant you with his delicate and powerful voice as he presents the Tibetan music and dances of which he is among the few connoisseurs. France is where he met Margaux Liénard, who introduced him to the sounds of the traditional Irish, Scandinavian and French violin that she had carefully gleaned from her own travels. Together, they crossed paths with percussionist Julien Lahaye, who studied with the great masters in India and the Middle East; the delicate art of the zarb was among the treasures he brought back.
At the meeting point of their journeys, the three of them have forged a new musical language and are now charting a distinctive path, from the Himalayas to the flanks of the fjords and the shores of the Caspian Sea.SHARE THIS :