Between summer and autumn, listening and talking, savoury and sweet, it's time for the back-to-school listening party!
The listening tea party is a convivial opportunity to listen, chat, nibble and exchange ideas around sound creations of all kinds.
Radio, sound art, music, podcasts, noisy gizmos, ambiences captured on the fly and other recorded gizmos will be presented live by their authors. A small snack will be provided during and after the listening session, and all contributions will be welcome.
This 7th session of the listening tea party is hosted by Syndicat potentiel, a venue for artistic creation, encounters and experiments in Strasbourg.
Thanks to all the team for their help!
Would you like to submit a sound?
Tell us more at : email@example.com
The only constraints are that you must be present and that your performance should be as short as possible (max 10 min)!
Admission free, subject to availability
Le Syndicat Potentiel
109 Avenue de Colmar (at the back of the courtyard) Strasbourg
Tramway A+E: Schlutfeld or Krimmeri - Train: Krimmeri station
firstname.lastname@example.org - T. 06 63 15 11 82
Fins du Monde preview on RTBF !
The 10 episodes of season 2 of Fins du monde, a series of audio micro-fictions, will be previewed on Mondays 1 and 8 May at 10pm on the programme Par Ouï-Dire on La Première/RTBF !
They will be available the next day for replay as podcasts.
Visit the show's webpage for more information.
End of the World, Season 2
Creation in danger
In a street, a tram, a forest, a room. We make choices every day, we take decisions motivated by our environment, our personality... But sometimes it's just a spilt coffee in the morning, a summer fling, or a too cold Sunday.
Have you ever thought about what your life would be like if you had taken other paths?
What if you were allowed to go back? To make your life what it should have been?
By Marine Angé and Christophe Deleu
Mixing Vincent Venet
A co-production by Par Ouï-dire La Première - RTBF, Le grain des choses, Le Suac de l'Université de Strasbourg and Sonya.
The version proposed by Par Ouï-dire gathers the ten episodes into two 50-minute programmes. These episodes will soon be available on our website.
Festival Longueur d'Ondes
The whole team is looking forward to Brest and its sonic effervescence for the 19th edition of Longueur d'Ondes, the radio and listening festival.
Christophe Deleu will host two meetings on Saturday 4 February on the subject of sound fiction:
At 10.15 am at the Maison de l'international
Meeting with Guillaume Poix, winner of the 2022 SGDL radio writing prize for Soudain Romy Schneider (L'Atelier Fiction, France Culture)
At 2pm at the Ateliers des Capucins
With Jonathan Mitchell, creator of the podcast The Truth in the United States
We will be there from 2 to 5 February, so don't hesitate to let us know if you want to meet us there!
Happy new year
The whole team wishes you a great year!
Here are some exciting news about what awaits us in 2023.
We look forward to seeing you here and there,
Marine, Audrey and Christophe
2023 for Sonya :
A local youth fiction, hopla!
A dive into Rhineland legends to create an audio story, mixing French and Alsatian dialect, for young ears.
Back to school
A year of creative residency at the Rouget-de-Lisle school in Schiltigheim. Our goal : write and produce, with several classes of 4th graders, a sound story inspired by the city's industrial heritage.
Imagine the future
In collaboration with the authors of the Zanzibar collective, we are putting on the air the texts and stories produced in the framework of the Ateliers d'Après (writing workshops in Strasbourg) in order to propose full-fledged sound creations.
Broadcasting of season 2 of the micro-fiction series Fins du Monde in partnership with RTBF in spring
New episodes for The Dream Squad and Here around, our sound and collective experimentation spaces
A project in evolution
The structuring of our association and our activities continues with the conviction that we are on the right track, after a promising year 2022. Sonya is above all a collective project, open to new energies and desires. Do not hesitate to contact us!
Fiction in the head of or through the half-open door - Longueur d'Ondes 2022
Sound fiction as close to reality as possible?
Sonya was invited to (try to) answer this question at the Festival Longueur d'Ondes 2022!
Christophe Deleu and Marine Angé spoke with Sarah Treille Stefani (Frootch, Paradiso, Spotify) and Silvain Gire (Arte Radio) on this subject on 28 January 2022. A joyful and stimulating meeting available for listening by clicking here.
Journées de l'architecture
By Marine Angé, Christophe Deleu, Léo Henry and Audrey Meyer.
A large abandoned villa, trees from all over the world, strange huts to take refuge in, unidentified flying objects... In 150 years, the Albert Schweitzer Park has undergone many transformations and still holds many surprises.
Headphones on, discover this park as you have never heard it before, between fiction and reality.
The starting point is at the entrance to the park on the right, at the green spaces sign.
From 8 years old
Duration: 45 minutes
Accessible to PRM
Sound walk at the Sauer Delta
Inauguration dans le cadre des Journées européennes du patrimoine
Between forest, plain and river, the Sauer Delta Nature Reserve is a natural environment on the Rhine with an exceptional ecological and historical heritage. Headphones on, discover this singular ecosystem, preserved but nevertheless fragile, along a sensitive and dreamlike sound walk.
Click here to listen and download the file](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wZf0CfLHkTTjp3NAzlcdGyOaqrj9rq8s/view?target=_blank)
**Sunday 18 September as part of the European Heritage Days
Meet at the stand set up in the Munchhausen Nature Centre (42 rue du Rhin) Group departures at 11am and 2pm or on your own between 10am and 4pm
Group departures at 11am and 2pm or on your own between 10am and 4pm
The starting point of the walk is at the beginning of the Nature Reserve of the Sauer Delta, at the beginning of the path after crossing the bridge.
Recommended age: 8 years
Duration: 1 hour (allow an additional 30 minutes for the return to the car park)
The walk is accessible to people with reduced mobility and pushchairs.
Please bring headphones (recommended) or earphones, a smartphone or an mp3 player.
If you do not have these, they can be lent to you on site, subject to availability.
Creation in partnership with the Conservatoire d'espaces naturels d'Alsace on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Sauer Delta Nature Reserve
Listen to it!View post
The Remnants, our first creation within Here Around, a collective workshop, is online.
Discover it by clicking here.
Colloque Portraits sonores de pays
Christophe Deleu, co-founder and producer of Sonya, participates in the international colloquium Country Sound Portraits organized on 17 and 18 March 2022 in Brussels.
His talk, entitled "Audio fiction in the public space: sensory and immersive experience", addresses the format of [sound walks] (https://sonyapodcast.com/fr/audio/balades-sonores) by questioning the process of making a fiction in the public space. Two immersive fictions, co-written for Sonya and realized in two districts of the city of Strasbourg, in the Albert Schweitzer Park and in the Meinau, will be analyzed.
Belgian friends, meet us on Thursday March 17th at 2pm at the Point Culture in Brussels to learn more !
See you at the Longueur d'Ondes festival!
Sonya's team will participate to the 18th edition of Longueur d'ondes, le festival de la radio et de l'écoute in Brest from January 26th to 30th.
We will be there to present the studio and its activities, the second season of the podcast Fins du Monde and to talk about audio fiction of course!
Join us on Friday, January 28 for two events:
- 10:00 a.m. - Listening session at the Maison du Théâtre
End of the World and Sonya's latest productions
- at 3pm - Meeting at the Maison du Théâtre
Fiction in the head of or through the half-open door
Discussion with Marine Angé, Christophe Deleu and Sarah Treille-Stefani (creator of the Frootch podcast)
- 10:00 a.m. - Listening session at the Maison du Théâtre
Fins du monde and the current radio formats of fictionView post
Sound walk in the Albert Schweitzer Park
Headphones on, let yourself be guided, between fiction and reality, to discover the Albert Schweitzer Park as you have never heard it before!
The sound walk is a permanent and autonomous device, freely accessible during the park's opening hours.
Creation in August 2021, as part of the City of Strasbourg's summer activities.