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Les jeudis de Guémené
Concert in Guémené-sur-Scorff
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Every Thursday, from 9 p.m., music and dancing in Guémené-sur-Scorff!
July 14 Kalimity Chain Band - 9 p.m. at the Antoine Morice stadium Followed by fireworks. KALIMITY CHAIN BAND: revisits with pep's and brilliance the international variety of the 1970s, on a rock'n roll tone which gives each of their concerts an air of very nice, festive and friendly little flashbacks: the choruses are widely repeated by a conquered public delighted to know the tunes!.... July 21 Fest Noz with Digabestr and Blain-Leyzour - 9 p.m. at the foot of the rampart in case of bad...
July 14 Kalimity Chain Band - 9 p.m. at the Antoine Morice stadium Followed by fireworks. KALIMITY CHAIN BAND: revisits with pep's and brilliance the international variety of the 1970s, on a rock'n roll tone which gives each of their concerts an air of very nice, festive and friendly little flashbacks: the choruses are widely repeated by a conquered public delighted to know the tunes!.... July 21 Fest Noz with Digabestr and Blain-Leyzour - 9 p.m. at the foot of the rampart in case of bad weather retreat under the Digabestr hall “Venus des 4 coins from Brittany, two singers, a violinist and a guitarist met at Diwan High School in Carhaix in 2019. Their passion for traditional Breton music brought them together to found the group Digabestr. Their dynamic kan ha diskan combined with the melodic lines of the violin and the guitar take you to the heart of the dance!” Blain-Leyzour Claire Leyzour (violin) and Guillaume Blain (guitar, vocals) have been playing together since 1995. These ex-members of the group Emsaverien, whose notoriety within the trad/folk scene has gone beyond the borders of France, have succeeded in feat of distilling the energy and musicality of a group into a duet that gets the crowds dancing. If you haven't already, you will succumb to this simple and irresistibly friendly duo. July 28 Sea Shanties with the sailors of the wind - 9 p.m. at the foot of the rampart in case of bad weather retreat under the hall Sea shanties group from the Lorient region. They have been sailing since 2002 and total more than 300 stopovers and 4 CDs. 21 singers and musicians who like to share with the public and take them to the land of corsairs, pirates and pirates, Cape Hornier, Terre Neuvas... They take spectators with them from Lorient to Barbados and make them discover the life and work of sailors in the time of the sailing navy. August 4 Brazilian evening with Forro Na Chuva - 9 p.m. at the foot of the rampart in case of bad weather retreat under the hall. Come and meet the Forro, a traditional dance from the Brazilian Northeast. Léo, Aline, Julian and Marion take you on a musical and festive journey through their compositions, a mixture of tradition and modernity. You will hear the cadences of the zabumba rumble amid the syncopated flashes of the accordion, as the strings of the rabeca and the violin fall on the Bermuda triangle. August 11 "Jewly, electrifies the public! A great rock voice, powerful, warm and charismatic with a great stage presence. Jewly was born for the stage. Both feline and disturbing, she upsets and touches the heart with its current, unique and unifying sound, its powerful rebel rock, precisely tinged with electro and delicately spiced with blues.August 18 Fest-Noz with Landat/Moisson and Ampouailh - 9 p.m. at the foot of the rampart in case of bad weather la halle Ampouailh BETWEEN MODERNITY AND TRADITION Created in 2004, Ampouailh originated in the Fañch country.Founded by Mickaël Derrien (Laniscat) Morgane Menguy (Sainte Tréphine), Simon and Thibault Lotout (Canihuel), Ampouailh quickly became a recognized group to highlight the dances of Central Brittany (plinn, fisel, kost ar c'hoat, loudéac, etc.). Several movements of musicians have punctuated the life of the group. Today the musical formation is composed of: Simon Lotout (bombard ), Mickael Derr ien (saxophone), Heikki Bourgault (guitar), Yuna Léon (violin), Gwylan Meneghin (bass) and Vincent Le Meur (sound technician). LANDAT/MOISSON “Thomas Moisson is unquestionably one of the most talented accordionists of his generation. The encounter with the voice and legendary charisma of Lors Landat led to the creation of a unique duo in 2008. More than 500 concerts to their credit for 14 years. The duo has undoubtedly become one of the most recognized duos on the Breton scene in recent years. » August 25 Bléjean Brother's and Nicolas Quemener - 9 pm at the foot of the rampart in case of bad weather retreat under the hall. Loïc BLÉJEAN (uilleann pipes) and his brother Ronan (accordion) have been two references in Irish music for thirty years, music they learned in Ireland, in contact with the greatest artists. Ronan tours with the group May Bugs, and Loïc travels the United States with the Irish group Réalta. The Bléjean Brothers perform in a trio with Nicolas QUEMENER (guitar and vocals), an artist whom we no longer present in Brittany (Heritage des Celtes, Skeduz, Gilles Servat), and who has many Irish and American tours with Arcady and Celtic Fiddle Festival.