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Matinale du mardi 29 mars 2011

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1. John Lewis – Prelude No. 13
2. Jeanne Balibar ; Jean-Luc Godard – Ne Change Rien
3. Gonzales – Gainsbourg cherche “Je t’aime… moi non plus”
4. Serge Gainsbourg et Jean-Claude Vannier – Cannabis
5. Francis Cabrel – Animal
6. Georges Brassens – La Ballade des Gens Qui Sont Nés Quelque Part
7. Les Petits Bateaux – Pourquoi si on est tous nes du hasard, l’equilibre de la nature est si parfait?
8. Gloria Lasso – Parfait Ne Changez Rien
9. Radiohead – Separator
10. Mory Kante – Yeke Yeke
11. PJ Harvey – The Last Living Rose
12. Madonna – Holiday
13. Chagrin D’amour – Chacun Fait (C’ Qui Lui Plait)

C’était un: Mory Kante

L’Agenda:
Mardi 29 mars 2011
Horeca 2011
98 weeks talk: Sayyed Hani Fahs on the special issue “al-Coran a new modern reading” from Al-Hilal
CINÉ-CLUB DE L’ESA: “Le couperet” de Costa Gavras
Retrospective Werner Herzog @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Fitzcarraldo
FASHION INSTALLATION BY MOK @ Théâtre Madina

Mercredi 30 mars 2011
Horeca 2011
BAC Design: Who’s living on the 13th floor? An Exhibition of Ceramics by Mary-Lynn Massoud and Racha Nawam
Beirut Art Center: Screening Farocki Part 4
Retrospective Werner Herzog @ Metropolis Empire Sofil: Lessons of Darkness
Tino Favazza and The Oriental Roots Orchestra @ Casino du Liban
Sahar Taha @ Mojo Jazz Club
Post-Fight Dissonances – تقاسيم ما بعد العراك – directed by Nagy Souraty
‘Contes de l’age d’or’ @ Maison des Jeunes et de la Culture Zouk Mikael

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March 28, 2011 at 21:11

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