Soirée musicale aux bougies au Fort

Get ready for a magical evening where you will discover three acoustic musical performances in the hidden corners of the Fort de Huy. After admiring the breathtaking panorama of the town and the Meuse valley at sunset, let yourself be carried away by the atmosphere of a place rooted in history for three thirty-minute concerts subtly lit by candlelight.
Practical information: The Fort is accessible on foot (10 minutes via a forest path and a few steps) or by cable car (check out la Ville de Huy’s website for prices and bookings which are not related to our organisation).

Two guitars and one voice take you on a journey, from a Manding protest song to a song with text, from a futuristic slam to operatic dreams. Soledad Kalza and Sina Kienou offer an encounter, a blend of peoples with original musical compositions which are inspired by ancient heritages. Soledad Kalza and Sina Kienou are previewing part of their new album, which is to be released by in autumn 2024. In this new opus, their wish was to dig even deeper into their respective and shared roots.
Originally from Taiwan and now living in Brussels, Shao-Huan Hung has been playing the sheng – a traditional Chinese instrument also known as “mouth organ” – since the age of nine. Trained in traditional Chinese music until he discovered a passion for jazz, Shao-Huan Hung will be presenting a mix of musical compositions, traditional tunes and improvised music, introducing you to the rich palette of sounds on the sheng.
Anam Cara, which means “soul mate” in Gaelic, is a duo, both on stage and off, formed by Celtic harp player Luna Limage and percussionist Arthur Maione. Together they revisit the repertoire of Irish and Breton Celtic music as well as the medieval music that they love (Cantigas de Santa Maria, Vermeil de Montserrat, Guillaume de Machaut…). They alternate instrumental pieces, songs in Latin, Breton and French, all in the form of magical realism, creating a fantastic atmosphere in every sense of the word