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Street Symphony
A documentary 52 mins about street music across Europe.
Directed by Julien Raout and Sébastien Pin (France)

There is music in the streets of the major European capitals. In Paris you'll find accordeonists playing popular songs on the Butte Montmartre and some of the finest jazzmen on the quays Saint-Michel. In London, Coven Garden a rock band performs a Jimi Hendrix act while on the Charles Bridge some flute players fascinate tourists...

 
  Musique Classique à Covent Garden, Londres.

Everybody hears street musicians, but who really listens to them? Music in the street is a free ticket to the masses, but could it bring harmony in the busiest cities?

This is an anthropological documentary (52 minutes), displaying street musicians as artists instead of buskers, viewing them as an essential part of the cultural life of big cities. From walking around small streets of Paris to along the London underground platforms to over the bridges of Prague, we will discover a daily universe that remains invisible and unknown to most of us.

To contact Julien Raout and Sébastien Pin, click here.

Click on thumbnails below to enlarge these movie shots.

London
Picadilly Circus
London
Leceister square
London
Central London
London
Picadilly Circus

London
Covent garden
London
Oxford Circus
London
Covent garden
Prague
the Charles Bridge

Paris
Butte Montmartre
Paris
Notre Dame
Paris
Notre Dame
Paris
Butte Montmartre



- 8th November 2001 -