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Les Zef & Mer, in partnership with Les Tombées de la Nuit, present
Les Zef et Mer
New Breton projects
For all ages

The Zef et Mer festival is all about creating a stage, springboard and platform for innovative, risk-taking and creatively daring music groups from Brittany. The artists invited are often young and steeped in tradition, but also resolutely open to other influences and musical styles.

This year at Salle de la Cité:

Descofar is a fantastical hybrid creature combining the melodic breath of Breton music and compact, psychedelic instrumental post-rock, with two astonishing tortured electric harps, backed by infectious electro-organic beats.

Endro With their traditional music background, Klervi Rouyer and Neven Le Pennec draw their inspiration from the four corners of the globe. Their touching and sparkling world includes funk, Afro, pop and jazz rhythms.

Jean-Luc Thomas and Gabriel Faure The duo’s main source of inspiration is traditional dance music. Jean-Luc Thomas (flute) and Gabriel Faure (violin) are seasoned musicians who also enjoy improvising.

La Rozètt Based on the repertoire of Redon singer and transmitter of tradition Clémentine Jouin, this progressive and sensitive folk group performs the music of the Pays de Redon with joy, gentleness and surprises. A concert to move and be moved.

Caroline Faget and Per Vari Kervarec On piano, vocals and bombard, the duo explores the female cultural heritage that nurtures Brittany, shining a light on the forgotten works of women of the past by integrating them into the heritage that belongs to us all.

Tek Mao Mix of festive music genres. There’s the traditional Breton fest noz music, where dance naturally plays a key role. Then there’s techno, the party music that the three members of Tek Mao discovered during their student days.

Sunday 14 January 2024
14:30 > 18:30
Salle de la Cité, 10 Rue Saint-Louis, Rennes

Free participation

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The association is supported by the City of Rennes, the Brittany Region, the Ille-et-Vilaine Department & the ministry of culture.

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