An intimate rendezvous at nightfall to dream and discover the itinerary of the lives of Magali Delgado and Frédéric Pignon. An unmissable summer event in partnership with the City of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and Isle sur la Sorgue Tourism.
From their native Provence, breeding ground for their creations presented all over the world, the two equestrian artists welcome the public again, at their home, in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue to present their new creation, “Nomades”, during the month of July. We met them between two performances in Europe.
Isle sur la Sorgue Tourism: Last year took place, in L'Isle sur la Sorgue, the first edition of your equestrian show “Sueno”. After an unquestionable success, you are back this year with a new show “Nomades”, what is it about?
Nomades is an invitation to travel. On the occasion of our thirty years of career, we wanted to express the story of these years of travels around the world accompanied by our best acolytes: our splendid horses. After leading a life of “nomads”, it is naturally on our territory, in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, that we imagined this new creation. A return to the roots, a no-brainer!
Nomads is indeed the story of an encounter between two beings, both lovers of horses who will be at the birth of their love story. The tribe that this couple will build takes them to a life of travel to share their complicity with their majestic companions, their alchemy and the incredible performances they have developed over the years.
Isle sur la Sorgue Tourism: We are very enthusiastic about promoting your show, your know-how is a gem of our territory. What would you say to encourage people who don't know you yet to discover your work?
After grandiose shows around the world with several million spectators, we now want to turn to more intimate shows where the whole family is invited to share the story of an odyssey full of poetry and harmony. An initiatory journey in which about thirty horses among the most prestigious breeds are staged accompanied by 16 artists, musicians, dancers, riders, a batucada and obviously surprises that we will not reveal until D-Day.
Interview by Lucie de Isle sur la Sorgue Tourism.
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