The Feeërieën are now on to their 11th edition already. As ever, with one goal: wanting to move you, in the fairy-tale framework of Brussels' Warande Park.
As usual, we work around one (semi-fixed) theme per evening. On the opening evening (Monday 25.08) there are two excellent songwriters on the programme. America's Sun Kil Moon (or: Mark Kozelek) has been in good form in recent years and his latest album ‘Benji’ is, according to the collected media, “the most beautiful thing he has created”. Musical troublemaker Mauro Pawlowski presents his most fragile side at the Feeërieën: as songwriter and, what's more, in Dutch.
Troubadours with remarkable voices are the centre of attention on the second evening (Tuesday 26.08). We travel the world with Icelandic folkie Ólöf Arnalds – let's just say: a mate of Björk's – and Leuven's Astronaute, who impresses with her remarkably low voice and from whom we anticipate a breakthrough in ’15. American fiddle/banjo player Frank Fairfield – born in another era – recently befriended Jack White and could quite easily have been plucked from Harry Smith’s historic collector ‘The Anthology of American Folk Music’. Read more.
With the support of het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest.
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