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In Carhaix, Startijenn is a resident of Espace Glenmor – Carhaix



For three days, from Wednesday to Friday, at the Startijenn headquarters, Espace Glenmor welcomed in Carhaix a ensemble emblematic of Breton’s music scene, composed by Tangi Oillo on guitar, Youenn Roué on Bombardy, Tangi Le Gall-Carré on the accordion, Lionel Le Page on Benio and Alien Babe and Julian Stephen on bass.

Startijenn (Energy in Woods) celebrates its 25th anniversary with its seventh album, “Talm ur galon”, “Le Battement d’un cœur” in stores since April 8, and an eponymous show, the big premiere will be held on April 20. May at Ploymore (56) . “We will then continue about thirty appointments by the end of the summer, starting with a concert on May 21 at the Studio de L’Hermitage in Paris,” explains Tangi Le Gall-Carré. On stage, the troupe will perform the original compositions of their latest work. “There will also be unreleased songs,” the accordion player promises.

Lighting and staging works

This was the charismatic headquarters to allow the musicians to enhance the show. “During these three days, we worked a lot on the lights and on stage with Camille Loiseau, lighting designer, and Ronan Fouquet, sound technician,” says Tanguy Le Gal-Carré. Before the curtain rises, the group will go on to their final stay in May, in Quimper.

Un quart de siècle après ses débuts au collège Diwan du Relecq-Kerhuon, Startijenn a souhaité avec « Talm ur galon », « brouiller les pistes » avec des « sonorités inattendues inattendues », donnant du ire du une mê par dance.

Practice

Summer tour dates are available at www.startijenn.bzh

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