Like a muted hurricane. Geneva will have known this breath until Sunday without the knowledge of a large part of its population: an 11th edition of the clandestine Antigel festival which will have spread its poetic-electronic charm throughout the canton.
Didn’t you see anything coming? Heard nothing? We had to listen. Some 183 performances did take place, underlines Thuy-San Dinh, co-director of the meeting. Streaming concerts, from the Antigel platform, rock homilies in churches with the musician Rodolphe Burger or the author Fabrice Melquiot, alone for a chosen one, stamped escapes at nightfall. All in compliance with health rules and with the agreement of the cantonal authorities.