French Institute to host Saycet’s electronic music night on Friday

French Institute in Vietnam will host a concert by Saycet, an electronic music project of Paris-based musician/producer Pierre Lefeuvre, at Idecaf in HCMC at 8 p.m. on Friday.

Pierre Lefeuvre is also a musician of Centre Pompidou, a popular national art museum in Paris. After his debut album “One Day At Home” in 2006, Lefeuvre had a destiny meeting with singer/songwriter Phoene Somsavath and Zita Cochet, a visual artist to jointly create their album “Through The Window” in 2010 with songs about dreams.

The trio’s latest album “Mirage” was released in 2015 and inspired from sounds that Pierre Lefeuvre had experienced during tours around the world. Audiences had a chance to enjoy his warm voice accompanied with strong vocal performance of Phoene in ambient pop songs.

Saycet songs are a combination of music from Germany and Iceland that reflect a world of inner emotion. The band has toured Europe and Asia.

Tickets to the show are priced at VND250,000 per person and students will enjoy a special price of VND150,000 per person.

Idecaf is located at 31 Thai Van Lung Street, District 1, HCMC.

Source: The Saigon Times

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