Hat Fitz & Cara Robinson, Isle River, Mussidan
The Australo-Irish Duo formed by Fitz and Cara Robinson adepts, among others, of the ” swamp blues ” taking us into the bayou of Louisiana and the Australian bush. Continuing their “ European Tour ”, the artists notably worked with Govinda Doyle ( Angus & Julia Stone ) Hat Fitz , folksinger and Cara Robinson are anchored in a modernity marked by a backward-looking and timeless spirit sweeping the Australian deserts.
The stage set on the edge of the river, will allow you to rediscover the Louisian atmosphere specific to the Wetlands, these wetlands which have often generated highly energetic atypical music.
The town of Mussidan in Périgord , bathed by the Isle river, offers you an exceptional museum ensemble.
The Chartreuse the Doctor André Voulgre bequeathed to the city in 1971 is a building of the XVIII th century that houses collections of objects evoking the past and the evolution of society Périgord through literature, arts, daily life , the evolution of techniques….
A Chartreuse en Périgord is, according to the writer Jean-Marie Bélingard, “ a mansion, built between around 1650 and 1850 , with a single ground floor, comprising exterior architectural elements and an interior finish that stands out against the grain. ‘ordinary, and showing a certain art of living . It is this art of living that you will find in the preserved rooms of this beautiful mansion.
Also enjoy the “ Nuits Gourmandes ” in the heart of Périgueux. One hundred and commercial producers have every Wednesday , at 19h, local products served in a friendly atmosphere.