Francois Essindi, au Marché équitable à Alfortville, 2018

Programmation du Marché Equitable les 26 et 27 Mai 2018 :

Samedi 26 et dimanche 27 Mai 2018 de 9h à 19h: Marché équitable avec 40 exposants sur le Parvis de la mairie :

  • Stands de vente : Produits du commerce équitable et solidaire, produits locaux, produits recyclés, artisanat et art, agriculture biologique…
  • Stands d’expositions : Documentation et information sur la consommation responsable et le développement durable,
  • Animations : musiques du monde, danses, contes africains, dégustations, ateliers sur le DD, quizz sur le commerce équitable, avec remise de cadeaux équitables, théâtre forum, clowns citoyens, défilé de mode éthique …

Samedi 26 mai 2018 : Ouverture au public à 10h

10h : Accueil du public

11h-12h : Théâtre Forum/ Déambulation (par la Cie Be Awesome)

Musiques du monde (par François Esindy)

 

10h-12h et 14h-18h: Animation sono du marché par Thierry Desurmont : interviews des exposants, quizz sur le commerce équitable, cadeaux, informations…

10h-12h et 15h-17h : Ateliers Développement Durable :

« Itinéraire d’un téléphone portable » par l’association « e-graine »

« Tri et recyclage : Recyclage du tissu, par le Collège Langevin

15h-16h : Conte africain par F.Esindy

16h-17h : Animation musicale de l’Afrique de l’Ouest par François Esindy

Dimanche 27 Mai 2018:

9h-13h : Brunch équitable, Dégustation offerte (Produits bio et équitables)

10h-12h / 15h-17h : Spectacle « Les Rescapés de Clou » par les Clowns citoyens de la Cie Arzapar

11h-12h : Animation musicale par l’association Le Maillon

12h-13h : Danses indiennes par l’ONG SAID

15h30-16h30 : « Musique du Monde » Artiste : François Esindy

15h00-15h30 puis 17h-17h30: Danse et musique HIP HOP par Culture Djs

17h30- 18h: Défilé de Mode éthique Collection « Le Labo de l’Abbé » par Emmaüs

L'Indien qui marche sur la mer

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About françois Essindi

François ESSINDI is an artist and a musician from Cameroon. He plays traditional wind, skin-stretched, stringed and body-activated instruments such as : Stringed :Mvet, Ngomo (traditional harps) Wind : Pygmy flute, leaves, mouth –activated bow Drums : Nkul ( calling drum), Ngom (long drum), Djembe, Cajon, … Body percussion : snail-shell and hazelnut, body drumming Educated at the National Orchestra of Cameroon and thanks to many trainings and cultural meetings, François is also an actor and followed many educational sessions via the Goethe Institut in Yaoundé and the French Culture Centre in Yaoundé. A professional actor, François played with several theatre companies in Cameroon. Among others he shared a long adventure along with the Eyala Pena company, a road theatre company. He also shared a project together with the Un-Excursus theatre company, from Montrouge, France. François ESSINDI is a current member of the ALEPH theatre company in Ivry-sur-Seine, France. François as a musician : François music- wise works with different artists from various backgrounds, works with dance and theatre companies as an actor or music composer. Composes or co-operates on movies as an actor, composer or co-author. He works with and upon traditional music instruments, that are on the verge of extinction, and which he handcrafts himself in Paris, sometimes modifying their original shape. He defines his music as ”The Tag Ekang Music Experience” … : bring together on stage instruments, sounds, machines and musicians from all backgrounds. François performs in schools, penitentiaries, on concert in cultural places for festivals and in the corridors of the Parisian metro, as a certified artist of the Parisian metro since 2009. François as an artist : Author and composer, his prime music project Otoulbaka : http://www.myspace.com/otoulbaka representing Cameroon in various places and festivals between 1980 and 2001. In 2003 François signs a professional contact in France that takes him to Paris where he is currently living. A former actor with the Compagnie du Théâtre Inutile in Amiens, François keeps alive his dream to promote his culture throughout traditional instruments, tales, stories and rituals of his native Ekang culture. In 2005 he designs the musical project Abakuya thanks to meeting in Switzerland with an Australian bass player (Jimi SOFO) : http://www.myspace.com/abakuya This project will breed two records : . Primitive love in 2008. . Abakuya Ep in 2010 François works on different projects with many artists ( Painters, Musicians, Performers, ..) Such as Brice WASSY (Cameroon), MADESHEERKAHN (France), Caroline CHIVE (France), Hilaire PENDA (Cameroon), Riad ABDELGAWAD (Egypt), Florence SOISSONG … and many more. François also directs workshops on rhythm, for the ALEPH theatre since 2016, on African story-telling, and on Drama Teaching. François as an author : Having authored four bilingual, illustrated books of African tales, published by L’HARMATTAN, François works on collecting tales, rituals, songs and stories of his native eking culture in southern Cameroon. He considers building there a cultural place thanks to the support of the AKIBA association, www.association-akiba.fr François as an instrument maker : Concerned about the survival of instruments from his native Ekang culture, François handcrafts in Paris their instruments (Mvet, Ngomo, Mouth-bow). He repairs as well skin-stretched instruments ( changing skins, maintenance of all these instruments such as Djembé and others).