Sydney and Melbourne to screen Matthieu Chedid -M-‘s concert for one night only, next Thursday

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Melbourne’s Kino Cinema and Sydney’s Palace Central cinemas will screen the concert of Matthieu Chedid, known as -M-, from his “en rêvalité” (in dreamland) tour, which over 1 million people attended in France.


Joined by legendary bassist and singer Gail Ann Dorsey and his group The Mogodo’s made up of Corentin Pujol (Keyboards), Fabrice Colombani (Percussions), Maxime Garoute (Drums) and Feal Cool Jazz (Saxophone), -M- provides an unforgettable live experience. He isn’t touring Australia but what’s next best is to see this concert on the big screen among other fans.


For those unfamiliar, -M- is the artist name of Matthieu Chedid, initially because of his shyness and to distinguish himself from his father and grandmother who were both singers. He is a singer-songwriter whose style blends Nouvelle Chanson, electronic and rock music


-M- is the quintessential entertainer and is said to offer an “essential oxygen bubble, between lyrics, melodies and scenography that only he knows the secret of: an unforgettable live experience in a universe as offbeat and extravagant as ever.”


It is thanks to Melbourne based Frenchman Serge Thomann, Councillor for the French abroad – Australia, Fiji, PNG that Australia will be getting these exclusive screenings next week.


For a taster, check out this footage from -M- performing “Je dis aime” at the Zénith in Limoges on 26 May 2023 during his -M- “en rêvalité” tour.

This is a chance never to be repeated. See -M- in concert on the big screen by purchasing your tickets via the links below.



WHAT: Screenings of Matthieu Chedid’s -M- en rêvalité concert

WHERE: Palace Central, Sydney and Kino cinema, Melbourne

WHEN: 7 December 2023

HOW: Purchase your tickets via these links: Sydney and Melbourne


For more music news, check out our article about the artists from France and the Francophonie in the WOMADelaide 2024 second announcement of artists


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