Subject to modifications and/or additions between now and the month of August
In the afternoon, as part of the Tourtoirac fete, the DIZIOW duo with Gilles Debecedelievre and Paul Jochmans will sing and play Occitan songs.
At 18.00 a concert of Celtic music: Glenn Gouthe and Quentin Vestur on the Uillean Pipes and harp.
From 20:00, a musical cocktail evening with 60 musicians (reservation essential).
At 23.00 village firework display.
Music in the Chateau in the evening (times vary)
Agnes Boursier- flute
Edmond Siwek- guitar and song
Didier Freboeuf- jazz piano
Guillaume Ubeda- piano
Closing concert of the Music Week. Vocal and instrumental ensemble, directed by Benjamin Fau, presenting the fruits of the various musical workshops with almost 60 participants.
Benjamin Fau : Guitarist, choir master and orchestra conductor. Studied musicology at Paris VIII and harmony and counterpoint at the Hector Berlioz Conservatory in Paris. Orchestral and Chorale conducting inspired by A. McDonnell and J. J. Werner in Paris, together with the Phenomenology of Music under the guidance of Maestro Konrad von Abel. Currently he is Choir Master for the Eolides Choir in Paris and the Mesnil Choir in Yvelines. He works in France and Europe as Musical Director and guitarist (Chamber Music and Contemporary).
Didier Freboeuf lays bare his musical universe. Between composition and improvisation, jazz and world music, he enriches his desire for the right note with an accomplished consideration for silence. He makes the piano speak as if, between him and the sound, there is no mechanical intermediary. Organic music, emotive and masterly, a voyage without a compass in the heart of territories which he has cultivated with consistency for many years. (Article: Studio de l’Ermitage).
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Quentin Vestur holds a degree in Music and Musicology from the University of Paris IV, Sorbonne and a State Diploma in traditional music. He has also trained in Ireland.
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Edmund Siwek who is a self-taught and multi-talented artiste and exceptional entertainer at our folk, rock or traditional soirees, will perform with his guitar and voice, taking us back to the world og George Brassens and other French and International songs, on which we were nurtured from the 50s to the 70s – songs which were poetic and swept us away, and which will thrill you.
Agnes Boursier, after having gained her prize for the flute and studies specialising in music training, now continues her studies in the flute classes of Frederic Chatoux at the Pole Superieur de Paris-Boulogne.
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The Alba Spina Ensemble pursues its exploration of 18th century Scottish and Irish Music, which resonates with today’s appreciation of traditional music. Their programme is made up of a selection of published music and manuscripts appearing in London between 1690 and 1800. Alba spina in compried of Pierre Nenez (Flutes and Daff), Thomas Thiebaud (violing and flutes) and Quentin Vestor (Celtic Harp and Clarsach).
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