of mistletoe tare of
and the Vineyard
Monday July 26, 2021 - 9 p.m.
Guitars, vocals, dance, Brazilian percussion
VINEYARD PARTNER OF THE EVENING
Duo Agua e Vinho
& Duo Bensa-Cardinot, Matthieu Tétéu and Jacqueline Trelles
We wanted Brazilian rhythms at the opening of the festival to reconnect with the public almost a year away!
Agua e Vinho - classical guitars
In the first part of the evening, you will discover the famous duo Agua e Vinho made up of Régis Daniel, guitar teacher in Cahors in the Lot, as well as Pierre Millan-Trescases, guitar teacher in Narbonne. They will share with us their passion for music with simplicity and authenticity in a repertoire focused on Brazilian music for 2 guitars. Agua e Vinho, a duo that we love.
Duo Bensa-Cardinot - classical guitars and vocals
In the second part of the evening, you will then discover the Duo Bensa-Cardinot , our artistic directors (Olivier Bensa, lutenist guitarist and composer) and Cécile Cardinot (guitarist and singer) on guitar and vocals in a Brazilian repertoire. They will be accompanied by Mathieu Tétéu on Brazilian percussions and Jacqueline Treilles on contemporary dance. Maybe some surprises in encore ...
Jacqueline Trelles - dance
After studying at the National Dance Conservatory of Cuenca in Ecuador, she joined the city's contemporary dance company and took her first steps alongside the contemporary dancer Klever Viera at the Independent Ballet of Quito-Ecuador.
Jacqueline forms her own folk dance company "Pacari" with which she tours and participates in festivals in several South American countries. Passionate about her art, she set off on an adventure in Europe and continued her studies at the Contemporary Dance School Carmen Senra and the Classical Dance School in Madrid. Arrived in France a few years ago, she continues to train with some choreographers such as Sylvain Huc, Hervé Koubi and others and dances in several projects in the Lot (Cie Il Y A, the association Faits et Gestes / Cie Divergences) .
Mathieu Tétéu - percussion
After studying classical and baroque guitar, renaissance lute and harmony at the Paris National Conservatory (CNSM), Teteu met Brazilian popular music by studying the 7-string guitar and percussion.
Member in many Brazilian groups (Roda do cavaco, "choro manouche" quintet ……), he performs today with a solo project and as a Brazilian percussionist.
Living between France and Brazil, he also pursued a career as a teacher at the Cahors Conservatory.