A film by Sandra Abouav and Benoît Labourdette (3’27s, 2020).
Flying danced deliriums sung. A choreography between a drone and dancers, for the hundredth and last opus of Sandra Abouav’s “Parking Dance” series (2017-2020). Presentation by Sandra AbouavIt is with a joy that cannot be concealed that I share (...)
Collective film (4’21s, 2019).
The Marseillaise reappropriated, reinvented, by children from “neighbourhoods” in the 21st Century.
Recital by Karina Desbordes (soprano), Sylvie Lechevalier (piano) and Benoît Labourdette (video).
Eternal Russian melodies in a poetic visual universe drawn live on architecture thanks to video projection.On Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 8pm, at the Église écossaise de Paris (17 rue Bayard 75008 Paris), Karina Desbordes (soprano), Sylvie (...)
Voices, muffled screams, emanating from the earth.Instrumental, 2013, 12’46s . Composition of Benoît Labourdette (samples and natural sounds).
Third album in 2002, consists of a mixture of acoustic instruments, singing and real sounds musically used. The voice is much more present than in the two previous albums. They’ll hunt me in winter (3’48s). Drowning daily (3’45s). Fear of others (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’22s, 1998).
Ode to childbirth by a young adult.
Set of nine instrumental tracks composed and performed by Benoît Labourdette. The summer camp, studious and festive time, a universe that brings to a playful music.Download the whole album “Summer Camp” for free. Hiha (3’37s). Riri (3’04s). (...)
We designed, me and the stage director Louise Moaty, a video installation to shoot live on stage of the opera “The cunning little vixen”, produced by the Arcal, released January 15, 2016 at the Maison de la Musique in Nanterre (France), on tour in (...)
These 14 musical pieces are the content of my first musical CD, “The erogenous city” (2001), built with real sounds, granularisations and simple percussions. In my way of discovering the musical language, this is the first sign. I used some of (...)
Video creation by Benoît Labourdette (3’43s, 2014).
A voice emerges from the field of image and sound.