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Here is the selection of five outings that the editorial staff of La Dépêche du Midi recommends this week.

"Elvire Jouvet 40" at the Pavé

"Elvire Jouvet 40 is a founding show in my life as an actor, theater director and above all a drama teacher. Without doubt one of the most beautiful, one of the strongest that I have lived. Raising myself at the time of its creation, I see myself sitting every evening in a corner of the theater where the play was being performed in Toulouse to cry because the emotion was so strong. Listening to the magnificent actors carrying Jouvet's voice, I felt that this was where my life was taking shape "explains Françis Azéma, who will propose, at the Théâtre du Pavé with his Company Les vagabonds," Elvire Jouvet 40 ". A play written from the theater lessons given in 1940 by Louis Jouvet to his students at the Conservatoire playing Elvire in the Dom Juan de Molière From January 24 to February 8 at the Pavé theater, (Rue Maran). Prices: from 4 € to 18 €. Phone. 05 62 26 43 66.

Luraschi, great horse show

With Mario Luraschi, the most spectacular of equestrian shows is on Tour throughout France, with two sessions scheduled at the Zénith in Toulouse. Under the title "Fascination", equestrian art brings together waterfalls, tradition, poetry and freedom. This great show, combining emotion and audacity will make you dream for almost two hours. For the first time, the world renowned horse orchestra takes the stage, crowning 50 years of career. On a 1,000 m2 plateau with his troop of 15 riders, Mario Luraschi takes us on a journey through time, his history of the horse, the great frescoes of the cinema. Music, lights, costumes, pyrotechnics: a real show to the glory of the horse! Saturday January 25 at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday January 26 at 3.30 p.m. at the Toulouse Zenith. Prices: from € 35 (children) to € 69. Phone 05 34 31 10 00 (www.box.fr).

The quartets of exile in Saint-Pierre

A concert of quartets not to be missed as part of the chamber music series of Capitoline musicians Les Clefs de Saint-Pierre: Signed Korngold, Hindemith, Martinu and Milhaud. The works on the program are all signed by composers who experienced exile at the end of the Second World War. Written in America, their works, although of different styles and languages, evoke both hopes and pains. Violinists David Benetah and Marianne Puzin, violist Vincent Cazanave-Pin, cellist Fanny Spangaro are the performers. Inspired by this universe, the painter and violinist Rachel Vormèse exhibits her paintings in exile colors in Saint-Pierre. Auditorium Saint-Pierre-des-Cuisines (place Saint-Pierre), monday january 20. 22 € to 5 € (students and under 12). Usual points of sale.

Guillaume Coppola's piano

True to the Blue Season of the city of Toulouse, Guillaume Coppola returns to the Abattoirs for a recital. Around Beethoven's Sonata n ° 15 "Pastoral", the pianist brings together four composers inspired by nature: Monpou, Chopin, Debussy and de Falla. Manuel de Falla's famous "Dance of Fire" ends the program. Born in 1979 in Besançon, Guillaume Coppola completed his musical studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in the class of Bruno Rigutto. Guillaume Coppola devoted his last recording to works by Mompou, Satie, Ravel, Chopin, Debussy. "He has a sincere, thoughtful and passionate game," said pianist Dmitri Bachkirov. Auditorium of the Musée des Abattoirs (76, allées Charles-de-Fitte), Toulouse, Tuesday, 21 of January at 6.30 p.m. Prices: from € 12 to € 6. Phone. 05 31 22 99 00.

Magic Ouds with Joubrans

The Joubran trio will be on the stage of the Nougaro Hall on Thursday with a sixth album, "The Long March", which is the fruit of work with multiple collaborations including one with the legendary Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, great defender of the cause Palestinian (he talks about it insistently at each of his concerts). For over 15 years, the brothers of the Joubran Trio have been traveling the world with their ouds in their hands like a standard to be planted on each stage that welcomes them. To their credit 5 albums and multiple collaborations. The most legendary is retranscribed on the disc "In the Shadow of Words" where their music mixes with the words and the voice of Mahmoud Darwish, great poet of the Arab world and friend of always. Thursday January 23 at 8:30 p.m. Salle Nougaro (20, chemin de Garric), Toulouse. Prices: € 22 and € 24. Phone 05 61 93 79 40.



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