By calling their duo HiMA, from the Armenian "here and now", David Aubaile and Julien Tekeyan impose on themselves the vitality of a permanent on-the-spot and deliver an organic musical expression, made of risk and commitment.
HiMA is their escape, a way of expressing and playing immediacy together, of attaching themselves to the sole constraint of being curious and improvising as familiar people on unknown paths.
They start from a word to make a sentence, from a sound to compose a piece, from a rhythm to build others; they distort, loop and loop again, like a living exploration of sound. So much so that HiMA is rooted here to overflow there, and that jazz improvisation crosses with energy that is sometimes electro, sometimes contemporary or even pop.
Unlike projects that present pre-produced elements on stage, HiMA is an experience of creation in real time that becomes a show in itself. It is a joyful and confraternal experience for an audience tired of inert performances and ready to receive the emotional exposure of the two musicians.
Possibility to eat on site.