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Sébastien Léger at the Great P…

Sébastien Léger playing an exclusive live set from the Great Pyramids of Giza, in Egypt for Cercle

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Video credits:

Artists: Sébastien Léger
Venue: The Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
Produced by Cercle
Executive producers: Philippe Tuchmann & Derek Barbolla
Film directed by: Pol Souchier & Derek Barbolla
Directors of photography: Mathieu Glissant & Mickaël Fidjili
Drone pilots: Ifly
Sound mastering: Antoine Guest
Post-production: Mathieu Glissant (Saison Unique Production)
Stage design: Karim Yousry


Special thanks to:
Bas Enab, Mahmoud Zidan & Misty Moustafa Sheta from Playground.
Donal Mccarthy, Cian Toner & James Pidgeon from Sébastien Léger’s management.
Eric Caucheteur from Paris Webcube.

Also, special thanks to Freedom Music.

And finally, special thanks to Ahmed Youssef, chairman of Egypt’s Tourism Promotion Authority from the Ministry of Tourism.

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This artistic performance has been recorded live.

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Comment (21)

  1. imagine living 2000 b.c and then just appear in 2020. you realise nothing is the same. human look like aliens, doing things that makes no sense, you think you are going mad. but then you see your old well-known pyramids that have been the biggest archivent during you time before you slipped into the future. you see one guy, doing wierd things on an alien-like maschine, music is coming. it sounds familiar but different. you realise that hunderts of generations managed to keep these great architectures intact and people from the far future still honor and appresiate these locations – in form of an amazin Cecle set.

  2. Thank you Cercle to make this streaming and video available, it sure wasn't easy on every single level of the process, but worth the effort !
    And people don't forget to check the interview at the end (with subtitles activated !), this might answer some of your questions about this specific set up 🙂

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