French bands at Tallinn Music Week: Da Sweep and Barbaric Violin

Tallinn

Feb 5 2016 / Apr 1 2016

Tallinn

Tallinn Music festival brings you two great French bands : Da Sweep and les Violons Barbares (The Barbaric Violins). They will perform 1 and 2 April.

DA SWEEP is an electronic musical project created by Sebastien Guérive (io’n) a multi-faceted composer (theatre, dance, cinema…) and Kevin Grosmolard (K20). Seb, a Drummer for many bands for over a decade, comes from a classical contemporary music background, while K20 is from Pop & Electronic music. Their common taste for the Iceland and Berlin electronic scenes (Apparat, Modselektor, Björk, Nils Frahm …) brought them together. The Duo shape a dancefloor universe mixing melodically ambiances and vocals. This high quality musical project is for sure promised to a bright future, combining accomplished musical writing and great stage performance, to dance or simply to listen, whatever you are an electro fan or not...

Save the dates:
Friday 1 April 4:45 pm : free public concert (Solaris shopping centre, Apollo bookstore) 
Friday 1 April 10:45 pm: concert at Woodstock/Rockstars, as part of the World Clinic showcase

More information : http://tmw.ee/artist/da-sweep

 

LES VIOLONS BARBARES

Barbaric violins - Balkan melodies, galloping rhythms and majestic throat singing. The trio is composed of two fiddle players and a percussionist. From the steppe country of Mongolia will Dandarvaanchig Enkhjargal, who sings overtone singing and playing Morin Khoor (Horse-Head Fiddle). Bulgarian Dimitar Gougov plays gadulka, an instrument with three melodic and 11 resonant strings! When it comes to the French drummer Fabien Guyot, he plays everything that can be imaginable to create sound, it may be the African tambourine, salad bowls, pots... Violons Barbares is three virtuosos as the masterly way takes us to the musical destination we did not know existed. The competitions and improvise - and impresses in all their creativity!

Don't miss :

Friday 1 April, 5:45:  free gigg (Viru shopping center)
Saturday 2 April, 00:30, at Vaba Lava (Telliskivi area), as part of the showcase Viljandi parimusmuusika

 

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