At the Institut du monde arabe, Nezha Lakhal-Chevé enchanted story time with her stories

Since I finally decided to create an account on Facebook a few months ago, I have received an impressive amount of information on the news of the story, especially on Messenger, and this allows me to always discover new places in Paris.or in the Paris region where the word spreads.This is how on this Saturday, November 17 in the middle of the afternoon, thanks to information sent by the storyteller, singer and author Nezha Lakhal-Chevé, I discovered an appointment - you are a regular devoted to the arts of storytelling at the Institut du monde arabe, called "The Tale Hour" and organized by the IMA's youth library.Double discovery elsewhere because, at the same time, I got to know the world of Nezha Lakhal-Chevé, which, I admit, I was unaware of until now.

A very nice discovery, because this Franco-Moroccan storyteller has created a very varied and personal repertoire around the stories of the Thousand and One Nights, which she offers in shows and books for young people.Her latest album Razina the wise sultane won the 2016 Grand Atlas Prize awarded by the French Embassy in Morocco.He was also selected for the Saint-Exupéry Prize in Switzerland and received the coup de coeur of the National Library of France.Most of his books have benefited from favorites from the Arab World Institute and were the subject of several articles in the Qantara magazine.

Posted Date: 2020-12-18

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