“Lo Còr de la Plana … weave(s) a raucous, often dizzying, polyphonic, a cappella storm of ricocheting voices that sound both deeply traditional and contemporary. It’s overflowing with energy and irreverent spirit, feeding off often-satirical lyrics that recount ancient and modern tales about tricking death, lecherous spinsters, neglected brides, (and) bad influences…” – City Pages
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Singing in the disappearing Romance language of Occitan, the vocal and percussion ensemble Lo Còr de la Plana of Southern France not only brings a captivating ancient culture to life, but combines its rich traditions with 21st-century polyphony and subtle electronics.
Cedar Cultural Center is co-hosting this event.