Welcome to all English speaking visitors
Just a few words about WUKALI
Because art embraces time, and forges people and society tight together, because it acts as a transcendental resource, because it is also an heritage from the past and a tool to comprehend the future, a way of living too, it stands as an infinite reservoir of pleasure and joy, and appears also as an identification and a dynamic communication media as well as a technological and economic lever accompanying all societal evolutions.
For all these reasons we created WUKALI . We are located in France in Metz where the new Centre Pompidou-Metz opened. Our audience is growing day after day
We most probably share you and us a lot of mutual, sensible, artistic and intellectual passions ! We also hope you are interested in reading WUKALI magazine and will communicate about it. For your comfort you will also find an E-store where you can buy CDs and books
With your support, your suggestions, we ’ll ameliorate WUKALI. Besides if you are a passionate art lover, fed with humanism and want to participate to our adventure, give us a hand, then join up our team, you are welcome !
In that respect, would you like to write articles about topics such as : art in all its categories, news, art exhibitions, operas, concerts, history and history of art alike, books, architecture, art critics, movies, theatre, philosophy, virtual art, design etc… ( such a large spectrum !), don’t hesitate a second, do contact us … !
Yes you can also be a WUKALI correspondent on your spot, in your city, in your University, wherever you live in the world .
Very important : in a very short while WWW.WUKALI.COM will also be available in English, it’s such an important step forward for us, we are such a young organization. Feel at home with WUKALI
Que la fête commence ! // Let it be, Let’s turn now to the music !
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WATCH AND LISTEN
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN. L.van Beethoven - Appassionata
NATHALIE STUTZMANN. « Youkali ». Kurt Weill
ANNA NETREBKO and ELINA GARANCA. « Belle Nuit, Ô nuit d’amour ». Les Contes d’Hoffmann. Jacques Offenbach
LEONARD BERNSTEIN. Rhapsody in blue. 1976. George Gershwin.
NINA SIMONE. « Ne me quitte pas ! ». Jacques Brel