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Storytelling with Muriel Bloch of France

- Saturday, March 17, 2012
- 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
- Alliance Française in Midtown, 1197 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA 30361
- Languages of the event: French

Muriel Bloch fell in love with tales in 1979. Once captivated, she began to tell stories in France and abroad alone or accompanied by live music, often in museums. The repertoire of this all-land storyteller is important and eclectic from folktales that she recycles and interpret in her own way to novels and stories of her invention, always spontaneously on the spot.

Usually, her stories are never repeated the same way.

Muriel Bloch likes to tell stories with musicians, playing her words off of their sounds. Bloch has a large repertoire, of Parisian stories and has created partnerships with libraries in each district of Paris. The project aims to weave together the memory of the streets with memories of the new and classic of tales.

A snack will be provided after the performance.
Reservations are recommended.