Hello ! You can find me all week long on France Musique with Yvan Amar in “les grands entretiens” ☀️
On the programme, 5 episodes, 5 interviews, from Monday to Friday at 6.33am & 10.30pm on France Musique! And the whole thing will also be available as a podcast.
Each week, a musician confides in us in a long interview… In five chapters, an artist’s journey and an intimate portrait, where we take the time to go back to the sources of a vocation, to unroll the thread of a life dedicated to music, and to its secret gardens.
I was delighted to be invited by Louie Media for his “emotions” podcast in an episode entitled “Can you learn to be a genius?
Is talent innate? In this episode, journalist Jeanne-Marie Desnos examines the mechanisms that encourage its development, from an early age. Accompanied by Fernand Gobet, professor of cognitive psychology at the London School of Economics, she gives the floor to Anne Paceo, composer and drummer. Is it possible to learn to become a genius through hard work? Are we all on an equal footing?
On April 20th, for her new creation Breath & Whisper, Anne Paceo will play in a sextet accompanied by 2 choirs from the Bourg-la-Reine conservatory with a total of 100 singers on the national stage Les Gémeaux! Anne Paceo will present a new creation project featuring her repertoire and new compositions!
In 2023, Anne Paceo will be at the origin of a unique and inspiring project, the creation of a cine-concert around the mythical documentary Nanouk L’Esquimau!
Robert Flaherty’s documentary, first broadcast in 1922, will be brought to life by a set of 3 musicians and a music composed especially for the occasion. With Anne Paceo as composer and percussionist, accompanied by Laura Perrudin on harp and Gauthier Toux on keyboards, the musical creation will take place on 17 March at the CRD at Bourg-la-Reine for a screening for schools and on 18 March for two screenings for the general public.
In a second phase, the project will be hosted at the TNB at Rennes, on 26 March for a screening for the general public and on 27 March for two school screenings.