Human ~ Kelt
NEW ALBUM - October 26th
|Tri Martolod ( new' ) ||DEN II (Simply Human) |
( Feat. Bob Geldof )
|Reflets, Adskedoù, Reflections
( Feat. Murray Head, Robert Le Gall )
|BZHg [ Emadvesk / Self-Remix ] |
( Feat. Bob Geldof )
|Com Una Gran Orquestra - Ideas |
( Feat. Francis Cabrel, Claude Sicre,
Lea Antona, OSB )
|A Hed an Nos
( All Through The Night )
( Feat. Andrea Corr
& Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne )
|Son ar chistr|
( My Cheers To You ! )
( Feat. Angelo Branduardi
& Dónal Lunny )
March 7, 2020La Nuit de la Bretagne
Saturday 17:00 - Paris La Défense Arena
August 30Alan Stivell ~ Les Traversées Tatihou
Friday 17:30 - Île Tatihou - Saint-Vaast-La-Hougue
August 18Alan Stivell at Rock Oz'Arènes
Sunday 20:00 - Rock Oz'Arènes
August 15Excalibur / Eluveitie / Alan Stivell at Motocultor Festival
Thursday 16:00 - Motocultor Festival
August 10Saugues | Festival Celte en Gévaudan
March 23Morbegno | Auditorium Sant’Antonio
March 22Mestre (Venise) | Teatro Corso
March 21Roma | Auditorium Parco della Musica
via World Village - [PIAS] France
For more than five decades, through song and music, I have been seeking harmony (not always Zen though), particularly in the relationships between different identities.
For me, this is firstly being just a human being, then a Breton and a Celt.
I have as much to share which is in common as I have to share which is different.
The new tracks express this directly.
The older ones (revisited), say so too, through what I have lived, my “river”.
A Hed an Nos [All Through The Night] (Feat. Andrea Corr & OSB) - Clip
In a troubled time, a moment of calm, of comfort, a night where everything is still possible, a child's dream.
1000 thanks to you Andrea (+ OSB and Gilles Pensart) !
Tri Martolod ( new' ) - Clip
About 50 years now that I sing Tri martolod, and here is the first clip!
I am happy with this new collaboration with Francisca Lehner for its realization.…
Six extracts from the new album :
To conclude, I return to my work, where I started by reinstalling a forgotten instrument (the Celtic harp), and then imagined prototypes of the future,
integrated computer and electronics, without denying the Breton and Celtic heritage of course.
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