CONCERT DE SEVERIN BERZ, le dimanche 12 mai à 18h Avec ses gammes riches et ses basses profondes, cet instrument permet une infinités de sons qui nous entraînent naturellement vers un calme, une relaxation intérieure. Comme à son habitude, Severin Berz offre une improvisation musicale inspirée par la présence du public et nous fait naviguer dans les profondeurs de nos êtres. Le Hang est un instrument étonnant inventé et développé en Suisse dans les années 2000, inspiré de nombreux instruments de percussion venant des différents pays et cultures musicales comme le ghatam indien, le steeldrum ou l’udu africain. Concert dans le cadre de l'inauguration de l'Espace Yelema A Vevey, les 10-11-12 mai 2019 Rue des Bosquets 33, 2e étage
Friday May 10th
Open doors 16h00 – 19h30
Conference by Severin Berz 20h00 – 21h30
Saturday May 11th
Ortho-bionomy® workshop 10h00 – 11h00
Open doors 11h00 – 13h30
Conference by Sophie Mégard 14h00 – 15h30
Open doors 15h30 – 19h30
Iranian Târ concert 20h00 – 21h30
Sunday May 12th
Dance Meditation 10h00 – 11h30
Open doors 11h30 – 17h30
Hang Music concert 18h00 – 19h30
NWe open our doors to let you discover our new venue. We built it with love and natural crafts like wood stone and clay. During the open doors the room of Espace Yelema, Severin Berz's practice room and the Espace Therapie space which are located in the same commodity will be opened to the public. During the events as the conferences, concerts, and workshops the doors will be closed at beginning of the activity. You will find the schedule of the events above.
This green wall will be the work of art of Espace Yelema .... in any case we hope! It will have cost us a lot of effort, sweat, hours of discussions, miles on the road to find the materials and the intervention of various trades. The layers of seals are numerous on the wall and in the basin, then the metal structure must be solid, because only the 2 big stones are 700 kg between them ... the wire mesh over, a tarpaulin to prevent the roots of to go further and the sphagnum modules, this fabulous moss from Chile that will feed our plants for many years. The plants will be planted in a short time ... you will know in pictures soon ... Thank you to all the speakers who helped us to realize this dream.
Once the floor was laid, the cabinets were metamorphosed at once into warm and vibrant rooms. The view of the autumn forest adds to their charm. When you sit down, you can forget the big building site and the dust on the other side of the door! A big step towards the end of the works!
Clay, wood, stone - noble materials for surfaces. Gradually, since beginning of November, some areas are in the finishing phase, while in other places it is still the main work. It feels good to begin to perceive what it will look like in the end, to feel the finished volumes, to see appearing materials and surfaces that will be our scenery. A layer of 3mm of fine white clay on the walls, natural stone in the entrance and waiting rooms, oiled oak flooring in the cabinets and hall, solid wood doors, a bar in old raw wood, carved stone sinks, etc.
The most frustrating phase was probably this one. Do one step after another. Before being able to close the furrows dug in the concrete there were still a thousand things to bury there. Heating pipes, electric cables and sound. At the same time it was necessary to wait until the furrows were closed to mount the remaining walls ...
The same thing before being able to close the walls ... one had to be sure that all the switches and catches had been planned. Then it was necessary to make the cork underlay under the windows where were the radiators to be able to put the new wall heating system over. It seemed that the finishing phase was never coming!