C´est La Vie (Beyoncé,Goulding,Cyrus,Aguilera,Khaleda)
Coming soon play - Wednesday 12.04.2017 22:00
C'est la vie
This first new show from the 2014 season will have you shaking your sides and you’ll find yourself more than once tapping out the beating rhythms of the selected pieces which are part of the ‘C’est la vie’ performance. This production got its name from one of the songs of Algerian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Khaled (full name Khaled Hadj Ibrahim). His main focus is the Arabic folk music style known as Raï, but his repertoire also includes jazz, blues and pop. He has become so popular that he is now known as the ‘King of RaÏ’. He plays the acoustic guitar, banjo, violin, harmonica, accordion and synthesizer. Along with Khaled, you will also hear a number of mainstream stars in this production, stars whose popularity has long extended beyond the border of their home countries. One of these is American singer, actor, producer, songwriter, fashion designer and holder of 17 prestigious Grammy awards, Beyoncé. During her career, she has succeeded in selling more than 75 million records and deservedly ranks amongst the best-selling artists of all time. Her opposite in terms of genre is Ellie Goulding, an English singer-songwriter and guitarist. She is famed mainly due to her success in the BBC Sound of 2010 poll and winning the Critics’ Award at the BRIT Awards. The next part of the jigsaw is the American actor and singer-songwriter famed mainly due to her performance in the ‘Hannah Montana’ series, Miley Cyrus. Not only is this girl no longer the face of the Disney Channel, but her style has moved closer to current trends in popular music and Miley has gained huge numbers of admirers. The set is completed by a trio of stars, Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga and Pitbull, whose music projects are amongst the most in demand and most popular each year. All these will be coming alive through their hits in unique combination with the Křižik’s Fountain effects to light up the eyes and souls of visitors through the sounds of their songs. As for all other performances, this performance is complemented by a projection on the water surface.