Yoga in nature with Vanessa Livingston
Thank you to all who came on the Sunday beach yoga session. Sun shone and warmed up your savasana moment!
Vanessa is running her classes as soon as the weather allows from april to late fall.
Godalen cleaning with Nadia Aarab (Clean Shores)
Thank you to all who joined the beach cleaning action at Godalen in Stavanger for the opening day. This was a simple way to put in actions the words "Let's put the oceans first"!
Now keep an eye on Clean Shores actions and join them!
Les Sauvages by Rameau
Bravo to our young people, some had never danced before the day before! All went on stage after the breakdance and hiphop workshop led by Julien Boclé, artist-in-residence and Vanessa Livingston.
Workshop La Main à la Pâte
Thank you Stéphanie Kretz for organising the science workshop for the kids, inspired by Yves Quéré, Georges Charpak and Pierre Léna initiative, to put more practice and joy in the learnings of sciences at school.
The pianist and the sea
Thank you Frédéric Vaysse-Knitter for this sumptuous programme of music by Debussy, Chopin, Grieg and Szymanovsky! Chopin ballade 4 in Stavanger will stay for ever in our memories.
Frédéric Vaysse-Knitter is from now artistic director of the festival, together with Stavanger-based cellist Ilmari Hopkins. We are looking forward seeing you back Frédéric!
The man and the sea
Thank you Julien Boclé for a breathtaking moment...grace, poetry and also vigor and energy! We felt a wave of emotion while watching your performance.
Nadia Aarab and Clean Shores
Thank you Nadia Aarab for bringing your knowledge and passion for the ocean and helping developing the festival vision.
The man and the sea
Thank you Julien Boclé and Frédéric Vaysse-Knitter, playing Fur Alina by Part and Mad Rush by Glass (oh this music!)
All on stage!
Volunteers, artists, young performers, the festival team, the public who contributed with readings..Bravo and thank you!