Siri Vik
La vie en rose
Édith Piaf et la chanson
Fri, Aug 3, 1:30 - 3:15 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Given the breadth of her musical journey, it would be hard to guess just who has most inspired Siri Vik...but for those of us who have long known and loved her work one legend in particular comes immediately to mind: la môme piaf, "The Little Sparrow". In 2010 we presented Siri's first study of the legendary French chanteuse, simply called, La Vie en rose and have revisited that project twice since. "As I’ve continued to perform these heart-anthems over the years," Siri muses, "time and again, I’ve been struck by how powerfully listeners of our day and age respond to the music--in particular how ardently they love the voice and the memory, the idea, of Édith Piaf. Like a splash of red paint against a clean white wall, Édith Piaf’s voice leaves a singularly vivid impression--it is the impression the world holds of all of France and its music. Her voice is not only a sound, but a vessel which carries in its strain the echoes of loves, losses, the quiet desperations, the boundless passions, the stories of a people. Her voice has reached through the last century into the 21st with a reverberation and a power to haunt and grip. Like many great artists, Piaf paid a price for her bright star; she carried a burden of sorts, the burden of possessing the voice who sang--who spoke--for every human heart: 'It’s not only my voice which sings, it is a crowd of voices...'"
It is with great pleasure that we present Siri's evolving tribute to Édith Piaf to the audiences of OFAM 2018.
This show is offered twice the Festival, on Friday August 3rd at 1:30 pm (matinee) and Thursday August 9th at 8 pm.
Event Personnel
Siri Vik, director
Vocalists
Siri Vik, vocals
Musicians
Nathalie Fortin, piano
Della Davies, violin, viola
Dale Bradley, cello
Jesse Cloninger, reeds
Niels Miller, bass
Jack Radsliff, guitar
Alistair Gardner, drums
Program
SET I
 Milord
(1959)
Words by Georges Moustaki
Music by Marguerite Monnot
 Cri du coeur
(1960)
Words by Jacques Prévert
Music by Henri Crolla
 Les Filles qui la nuit
(1931)
Words by Jean Boyer
Music by Léo Lelièvre, Maurice Aubret
 Le Tango Stupéfiant
(1936)
Words by Phillipe Olive, Henry Cor
Music by Ralph Carcel
 Mon légionnaire
(1936)
Words by Raymond Asso
Music by Marguerite Monnot
 L'Accordéoniste
(1940)
Words & music by Michel Emer
 Mon manège à moi
(1958)
Words by Jean Constantin
Music by Norbert Glanzberg
 Les Feuilles Mortes
(1945)
Words by Jacques Prévert
Music by Joseph Kosma
 Padam Padam
(1953)
Words by Henri Contet
Music by Norbert Glanzberg
 Hymne à l'amour
(1949)
Words by Édith Piaf
Music by Marguerite Monnot
SET II
 Jezebel
(1951)
Words & music by Wayne Shanklin
 Tous les visages de l'amour
(1974)
Words by Herbert Kretzmer
Music by Charles Aznavour
 Les Moulins de mon cœur
(1968)
Words by Eddy Marnay (fr), Alan Bergman (en), Marilyn Bergman (en)
Music by Michel Legrand
 C’est extra
(1969)
Words & music by Léo Ferré
 Dis quand reviendras-tu?
(1964)
Words & music by Monique Serf
 Vesoul
(1968)
Words & music by Jacques Brel
 La Foule
(1957)
Words by Michel Rivgauche
Music by Ángel Cabral
 La Vie en rose
(1946)
Words by Édith Piaf, Mack David
Music by Louiguy
 Non, je ne regrette rien
(1956)
Words by Michel Vaucaire
Music by Charles Dumont
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Raymond Asso, 1901-1968
Maurice Aubret, -
Charles Aznavour, 1924-
Alan Bergman, -
Marilyn Bergman, -
Jean Boyer, 1901-1965
Jacques Brel, 1929-1978
Ángel Cabral, -
Ralph Carcel, -
Jean Constantin, 1928-2010
Henri Contet, 1904-1998
Henry Cor, -
Henri Crolla, 1920-1960
Mack David, 1912-1993
Charles Dumont, -
Michel Emer, 1906-1984
Léo Ferré, 1916-1993
Norbert Glanzberg, 1910-2001
Joseph Kosma, 1905-1969
Herbert Kretzmer, 1925-
Michel Legrand, 1932-
Léo Lelièvre, 1872-1956
Louiguy, 1916-1991
Eddy Marnay, 1920-2003
Marguerite Monnot, 1903-1961
Georges Moustaki, 1934-2013
Phillipe Olive, -
Édith Piaf, 1915-1963
Jacques Prévert, 1900-1977
Michel Rivgauche, -
Monique Serf, 1930-1997
Wayne Shanklin, 1916-1970
Michel Vaucaire, -
Ticket/Venue Info
La vie en rose Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20%  Stud. 
AA39.00  35.25  33.25  31.25  19.50 
A35.00  31.50  29.75  28.00  17.50 
B30.00  27.00  25.50  24.00  15.00 
C25.00  22.50  21.25  20.00  12.50 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000

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