For my third concert in as little as a month, this was fun. Yesterday I went to Le Phénix, the local theater, to enjoy A different Porgy and another Bess.
This great jazz concert featured Maria Joao and David Linx on vocals and no less than the Brussels Jazz Orchestra, which contributed to the music of the movie The Artist. Now this is some lineup. View full article »
Between my quest for a job that would combine my Management education, my languages and web competences and my passion for cleantech and my writing on my professional blog (as well as tonnes of other things), unemployment left me some time.
Meanwhile, I have had for over twelve years the willingness to have a good level in Spanish as I now master English. This is why I am currently preparing the DELE B2 exam from the Instituto Cervantes. View full article »
The local Ciné club was offering the ability to watch in English Life of Pi, what was one of the best movies of 2012. Given that it had been a while I had been at the movie theater and that the trailer seemed promising, I watched it.
Filled with beautiful images and a message full of hope, Life of Pi is a good movie. The kind of movie that will make your spirits lighter. No wonder IMDB gives it an excellent 8.1.
Today one of my dreams came true : I was able to go to a Pink Floyd concert. At least, it really sounded like. Aussie Floyd as they are known are the best tribute band to the Pink Floyd around.
If you think I am over enthusiastic as I am writing these lines just afterwards, think again : they gathered over three million fans since they started and many believe they just sound like the original. View full article »
This Sunday I was fortunate to go and visit Le Louvre Lens. This annex of the museum of the same name of Paris opened its door in December 2012. My question, as an art lover, was ” Is this museum as good as the original ? “
The permanent exhibit is located in a single huge room, called La Gallerie du Temps (The time gallery). Presented in a chronological order from 3500 BC to around 1850 AC, the 200 masterpieces each represent their era and their artistic movement. View full article »