DALVA plays in septet its first album "RAIL", inviting the harmonicist Vincent Bucher for the occasion. reservations : http://www.forumnivillac.fr/billetterie/points-de-vente/
Aveyron - South west of France https://www.le-staff-cransac.fr/cafe-concerts
Rue Paul-Joseph Carpay 22, 4020 Liège, Belgique https://www.grignoux.be/fr/concerts
http://www.lebuisbluesfestival.com/ 87140 le Buis - France (near Limoges) http://www.tourisme-montsdulimousin.fr/
in trio at "le Mojo" - wine bar - Groix island 5 Quai Port Tudy, 56590 Groix
place du Bouffay, 56140 Malestroit - France http://villedemalestroit.bzh/
DALVA - quintet 23rd edition "la Nuit du Blues" Festival in the ancient "Abbaye de Soleilmont" 251 ruelle de l'Abbaye 6220 Fleurus https://www.facebook.com/NuitduBluesdeCharleroi/
free open air festival nearby Roscoff (Brittany) Salle Kan ar Mor Place Charles de Gaulle Cléder (Finistère-29)
in the center of the city - Mordelles (nearby Rennes) open air - free summer festival
"le bar d'à côté" 33 Rue Porte Carrée, 35140 Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier https://bardac.blogspot.com/
DALVA - trio Le Pass'temps 5-7 Rue Sainte Anne 56140 Malestroit +33 2 97 75 18 15 http://passtemps-malestroit.bzh/mediatheque/evenements/concerts
Le Coota ZAC de Kerhillio, 56410 Erdeven http://lecoota.fr/
Le Contretemps 24 Rue du Jeu de Paume, 56400 Auray https://www.facebook.com/marieetflocontretemps/
DALVA plays Trio "Aux anges" - café-concert https://www.facebook.com/bistrotconcert.auxanges/ 18 Querven, 56310 Guern
Bistrot-Concert "Aux Anges" 18 Quelven, 56310 Guern https://www.facebook.com/bistrotconcert.auxanges/ Pierre-Yves Prothais à la batterie et aux percussions
https://www.zoartmusic.com/ https://www.zoartmusic.com/contact Quartet Formula
http://chahut-collectif.fr/ DALVA plays in Quintet Festival organized under tents Free entrance http://chahut-collectif.fr/infos-pratiques-3/
on stage for a "one night stand" ROCK Festival ! LE VERGER 56230 BERRIC
Open-Air - FREE La Madeleine 56140 Malestroit
"à l'Heure de l'Apéro" - Wine & Tapas https://www.facebook.com/A-lheure-de-lap%C3%A9ro-275920429236735/ 3 Rue du Souvenir, 56220 Rochefort-en-Terre DALVA Trio - outdoor concert
see more on brest.fr FREE Open Air Festival
an evening organized in the garden of "le Café de la Pente", managed by the cultural association "le Pot Commun" http://www.lepotcommun.com/ Free entrance DALVA plays Quintet.....
DALVA presents the blues of the uprooted on february 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th 2018 ! the uprooting of modern occidental societies is questionned in this multidisciplinary show. DALVA mixes her own songs with a selection of Bob Kaufman poems, an afro-american author coming from the Beat Generation. He dwells within DALVA from the beginning. A universe where the creation of words, rythms and melodies, offers a journey shaped in paintings improvised on stage by PAROLE, a Brussels artist. LE POEME 2 30, rue d'écosse 1060 Bruxelles Tel. : +32-(0)2-538 63 58 Fax : +32-(0)2-534 58 58 www.theatrepoeme.be email@example.com
after a week of creative workshop, DALVA SEXTET presents urban deserts blues on stage ! Concert Hall: L'ETANG MODERNE www.letangmoderne.com https://www.facebook.com/rvolivier56220/ 10, rue de l’étang 56220 ROCHEFORT-en-terre 02 97 43 51 33
DALVA plays in sextet with Vincent Bucher, blues harmonicist ! Boabop Theatre - Belgium Booking : https://www.boabop.org/reservation-et-tarif/ - SOLD OUT ! 18 rue du Fraignat VIEUSART (Chaumont-Gistoux/Corroy-le-Grand) tel : 010/45 86 36 firstname.lastname@example.org
Camille WEALE - writing & singing MAROLITO - composition & arrangement - electric guitar, dobro, banjo Julien Beghain - drums Alex TUAL - drums Alex COCHENNEC - bass & double bass Mike DELAERE - double bass & bass Vincèn ROBIN - saxophone Erwan SALMON - saxophone Pierre-Yves PROTHAIS - calebash, gouroumi, tama, marimba & jew's harp
« My name is Dalva. This is a rather strange name for someone from the upper Midwest [...] » Jim Harrison Reconnect our roots to the ground, our blood at what stands us up. Vibrations I don’t know where to start, who are the words. What kind of tones. Bob Kaufman wrote : « Perhaps… Should I sing a requiem, as the closes ? Perhaps it is more fitting to shout nonsense. Should I run to the streets, screaming lovesongs ? Perhaps it is more consistent to honk obscenities. Should I chew my fingernails down to my wrist ? Perhaps it is better to blow eternal jazz. Maybe I will fold the wind into neat squares. » Blues meaningful tears and senseless wounds. DALVA crosses these rails made of flesh that bind the Mississippi mangroves to the Brussels swamps, the Karakoro river to squats of the Seine shores. Blues It is this tear that heals the vacuum of the uprooted, This laugh that has no echo, but roars in between the lines, The smell of death that blows on the palm groves. It is felt in the folk’s songs, branded like cattle. DALVA sings the chained freedoms with a She-wolf voice composes with a sharp-toned guitar, a dobro, a banjo, drowns in a saxophone that roars and rants, rages from a laid back drum stroke coming apart. She falls for a bass that sometimes turns into a double, going into a trance with a jew's harp. DALVA escapes to Mauritania forgets herself in Mali caresses west african deserts on gnawa's rythms, blown by a calebash a gouroumi and a marimba. Her music sways between rooted blues and urban noise, trance from the deserts and anger from the class-struggle. Blues is a cry from the guts. It frees souls and flesh from the shackle set by the ruling power.
DALVA offers two different shows :
URBAN DESERTS BLUES
musical and poetic show adapted to concert stages and halls
original song lyrics and compositions – programmable from duet to the sextet formula
BLUES OF THE UPROOTED
the uprooting of modern occidental societies is questionned in this multidisciplinary show .
DALVA mixes her own songs with a selection of Bob Kaufman poems, an afro-american author coming from the Beat Generation. He dwells within DALVA from the beginning.
A universe where the creation of words, rythms and melodies, offer a voyage shaped in paintings improvised on stage by PAROLE, a Brussels artist.