About the trio

Achievements

Formation

In 2013 Tristan Le Govic is on stage with Tangi Le Hénanff for the first time. Alan Quéré-Moysan will join them three years later.

With this trio, Tristan is back to his favourite ensemble for which he composed his previous album Elva


Coming soon

A CD is on its way
To be released soon

All the events

Brittany, Moreac


Brittany, Cléguérec, 20:00

Salle des Fêtes


Scotland, Edinburgh, 15:00

Merchiston Castle School


Brittany, Melrand, 20:30

Marie Godest


the musicians

Tristan Le Govic

Celtic harp, electroharp, voice

3 Albums

Tristan has been living in Ireland, Scotland and Sweden for many years before coming back to his native Brittany in 2014.
Regularly invited to perform on the main international festivals (Somerset Folk Harp Festival, Moscow Arfavita, Lorient Interceltique Festival, Glasgow Celtic Connections...), he has produced 3 albums and published many music books among them the Breton Harp Anthology (2015).

Tangi Le Hénanff

double bass, electric bass, voice


Multi-instrumentalist, Tangi is interested in jazz, flamenco as well as traditional music. In 2005, he formed the band Menezic with Samuel Le Hénanff with whom he went on a US tour in 2015.
Double bass player of the bands Soadan and Swing du Lundi, he plays also in the trio Koreny, Mishto and performed with many singers (Morro, Zilou, Maelito, Julo, Morwenn Le Normand).

Alan Quéré-Moysan

drum kit, voice


While studying with Jean-Marie Stéphant, then with Stéphane Stanger at the Music Conservatoire of Rennes, his interest for the diversity of musical genres took him into the exploration of varied styles from jazz to metal, from hip-hop to hard-rock, from african percussions to batucada, from funk to rap, etc.
His polyvalent and frenetic style with precision is well reflected when he plays jazz and particularly while improvising within his numerous bands (Janis Madison - hard-rock métal, Little Jack - hard-rock, El Baobab - rock prog, Chaman Haze Squad - rap hip-hop , Doggy Slim Comedy - hard-rock-funk'n roll, The Covers).


"Tristan Le Govic displayed admirable stagecraft”
“his arrangements’ rhythmic flair and imagination shone through"
The Scotsman

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