Cercle, the Open House of raving

From the Tour Eiffel to the largest saline in Bolivia, Cercle promotes a new connection between music and cultural heritage and landscapes. A project that starts from France up to all the countries of world.

Cercle is a live broadcasting channel which has established itself in the last months, this initiative involves numerous musicians who are called to perform in locations of historical and cultural interest. The project is signed by Derek Barbolla, a 29-year-old Parisian graduated from the Sorbonne who took advantage of the opportunity offered by the new digital tools to create a unique channel that stands out for the choice of suggestive architectural and landscape assets accompanied by a selection of contemporary music.    

The Cercle project begins with the Derek’s videotapes, who started as a game to record his friends while they were performing at his house and then interviewed them. Over time joined him Anais De Framond, Lola Lebrati, Dan Aufseesser, Philippe Tuchmann and Pol Sauchier, with whom the Cercle project took shape. The group carries out a constant research of landscape and architectural heritage, initially in the state of France and now all over the world.

There are multiple criteria for choosing a place, ranging from its beauty to the possibility that it may host an initiative of this kind, but what prevails above all is the connection of music with the peculiarities of the venue, an example is the FKJ’s performance in Salar De Uyuni, the world’s largest saline in Bolivia, where Philipp Tuchmann was able to create an analogy and a perfect connection between the venue and the artist.    

Cercle, the live broadcast channel that is conquering more and more tourists from all over the world.
Cercle, the live broadcast channel that is conquering more and more tourists from all over the world.

This project therefore succeeds in attracting a vast global audience, creating benefits in terms of tourism, culture and society, so the livestream allows viewers to “visit” unknown places that are emphasized by a contemporary musical framework that allows new generations through social media to plunge back into the culture.    

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