Date(s) - 19/06/2021
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Istanbul turned out to be a turning point in the career of French musician Ayla Millepied Sen. Ayla is a singer-songwriter from Bordeaux, who records, discovers and enjoys experimenting and juggling tunes that are as surprising as they are explosive. Ayla refuses to limit herself, whether in experimenting with languages, style or even collaborating with the Turkish Psychedelic Rock legend, Murat Ertel. She successfully sublimates the encounter between French music and Anatolian Psychedelic Pop Rock.
On the occasion of the Fête de la Musique, she shares her creations intertwining French song and Anatolian psychedelic pop rock. Through this successful musical experiment, she will retrace her career as a rocker whose life and heart are split between Turkey and France.
Hyderabadi singer-songwriter, Alluri offers gripping lyrics with epic tunes, shaped by his Indian roots and British Indie Rock influences. His vocals in Telugu, a break-away from his already acclaimed music in English, helped him reconnect with his mother tongue, reconciling his plural identities, for an explosive musical cocktail. Apart from several notable collaborations and concerts, he has also performed at the Transmusicales in Rennes in 2017.
During this session for the Fête de la musique, Alluri revisits his career path as an Indian rocker, in a country where the music industry is dominated by film scores and DJing. With his characteristic touch of humour, he shares his musical creations, in Telugu and English, giving us a taste of his unique musical journey.