2016 EDITION
Saturday March 19th

Shows

Saturday March 19th . 3 PM AND 6 PM
Maison de la Danse
THIERRY COLLET / COMPAGNIE LE PHALENE
Minor format of magical science fiction
In this show, Thierry Collet introduces himself as an associate, a mentalist specializing in personal data capture for a London-based research lab that is developing new technical tools for large digital companies, and particularly for the marketing branch of a well-known search engine.
Saturday March 19th . 8:30 PM
Le Toboggan
TRAVELLING QUARTET & PASCAL CONTET
Concert & Bal
In case there were any doubts, the Tango is today even more alive and vivid than ever! The two young composers Tomas Bordalejo and Fernando Fiszbein - both Argentineans, and both living in France - revisit this intense music that lulled their childhood.

Exhibitions

Saturday March 19th . 11 AM TO 7 PM
Musée des Confluences
RYOJI IKEDA • MICHEL VAN DER AA • STEPHANE BORREL
Exhibition
Privileged partner of this edition of the Biennale Musiques en Scène, the Confluence Museum will host three concerts and mediation actions, three sound installations for the duration of the festival.
Saturday March 19th . 10 AM TO 7 PM
Musée d’Art Contemporain
YOKO ONO
Exhibition
From March 9th to July 10th 2016 the three floors of Lyon’s Contemporary Art Museum are devoted to the work of Yoko Ono. This first French retrospective, entitled "YOKO ONO Lumière de L’aube" presents more than a hundred of the artist’s works, including a Water Event. This is a revisited version of the work since its first performance in 1971 alongside John Lennon, and involving many other artists, among them musicians of the Biennale Musiques en Scène 2016.
Saturday March 19th . 2 PM TO 7 PM
La BF15
LOU MASDURAUD & ANTOINE BELLINI
Exhibition
From You Through Them to Situation - From Them to Situation to You is a sound installation conceived as the place of co-existence of different bodies linked together through the sound vibrations that go through and animate them.
Saturday March 19th . 2 PM TO 6 PM
CAUE du Rhône Métropole
ALEXANDRE LEVY
Exhibition
Supported by an interactive multimedia set-up, SIDE(S) explores the mechanics of the present based on a score of appearances and disappearances of moments. Movements of the dancers and of the audience trigger the display of images on a two-way mirror, drive the musical score of a MIDI organ, and reveal electroacoustic sound matter.