Julien Padovani

At just 38 years old, Julien Padovani, whether at the piano, the rhodes, the Hammond organ or the chromatic accordion, already has a rich and varied musical path. Between improvised music, traditional music, progressive rock, song or collaborations with dance and theater, he strives to privilege the obvious and improbable encounters. One can see and […]

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Lydie Thonnard

–———-Sensible, enthousiaste et au caractère bel et bien marqué, Lydie THONNARD est, dès son plus jeune âge, baignée dans la musique. S’essayant très vite au piano et attirée par tout ce qui a trait à la musique, c’est d’abord par la danse qu’elle s’approche du monde artistique. Elle commence le piano à l’académie de Malmedy […]

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Simon Leleux

Specialized in Arab and Middle Eastern percussions, SIMON LELEUX started playing music with what has remained his favorite instrument: the darbuka. This instrument, shaped like a tumbler, whose traditions linked to it are as different as the refined ways to play it, was the starting point of his interest for many types of percussions. Among […]

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Benjamin Gillis

Benjamin Gillis is a violin passionate : classical studies at the Conservatoire Royal de Mons, orchestra player in several ensembles (Namur Chamber Orchestra, Chapelle musicale de Tournai, Brussels Chamber Orchestra), flexible chamber musician (duet, trio, quartet, etc.). Benjamin is very keen on the most various musical experiences (Camping Sauvach, l’opéra-rock Piano Plage), and even allows […]

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Benoît Casen

Self-taught he began to play guitar at the age of fourteen reproducing Tracy Chapman’s and Cat Stevens’s songs. A folk universe he will never leave even if he will join later reggae and rock groups. The blues he has been practising for many years allows him to explore treasures of picking and open tuning.His guitar […]

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Boris Iori

–———-Mon enfance est bercée par les Beatles, Bob Dylan et les Stones. C’est par l’intermédiaire d’une face b des pierres qui roulent que je découvre la slide guitare avec « My little red hooster » . En 1984, je tombe amoureux de Nastassja Kinski dans le film « Paris Texas » et tripe sur la […]

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BC Manjunath

BC Manjunath, who lives in Bangalore is an amazing master of mridangam (South Indian percussion) and probalby one of the few kings of konnakol (vocal rythmic linguage). He is performing with numerous carnatic (L. Subramanian, Mysore Manjunath, Ramamani, etc.) and hindustani (Ravi Shankar and his daughter Anushka) musicians, but also with world music and jazz […]

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Carlo Strazzante

Carlo Strazzante is a Belgo-Sicilian percussionnist interested in traditional oriental music (Indian, Arabic and Persian). He is mixing with talent and inspiration techniques and instruments coming from several traditions : bendir, tabla, tambourine, finger cymbals, etc. He is a permanent member of SITARDUST and also plays with Asad Qizilbash, Younes El Berdaoui or the Fanfare du […]

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Frédéric Becker

Frédéric Becker is a soprano, tenor and alto saxophone player trained at Brussels’ Koningklijk Konservatorium (jazz afdeling) by Bart Defoort, Jeroen Van Herzeele and John Ruocco. He is a versatile instrumentist — playing saxophone alto, soprano et tenor, clarinette, flûte, bansuri — and a globe traveler. His multiple experiences make him an original and open […]

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Raphaëlle Brochet

Raphaëlle Brochet is an astounding singer, which, born to musician parents, grew up in family surrounded by jazz. She has been studying at a number of universities and conservatories in France and Montreal. Her journey took her to South India where she learned carnatic singing and konnakol (rythmic linguage) from teachers, S.Thota and N.Govindarajan for […]

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