"Sylvain Barou, from Brittany is considered as one of the best flute players. Coming from Irish and Breton traditional music background, Sylvain has been part of some of the most exciting projects of the genre and played with the foremost bands and musicians such as Donal Lunny, Guidewires, Padraig Rynne, Guichen, Alain Genty, Denez Prigent, Jacques Pellen-Celtic Procession, Erik Marchand, Gildas & JB Boclé, Dan Ar Braz, Gilles Le Bigot, Soig Siberil, Keyvan Chemirani, Prabhu Edouard, Sandip Chatterjee, Sukhdev Mishra, Yvan Cassar, Liz Carroll, John Doyle... he has been seen playing at some of the major festivals and venues such as Glasgow Celtic Connections, Festival Interceltique de Lorient, Festival de Cornouaille, Festival des Vieilles Charrues, Les Tombées de la Nuit, Transmusicales, Paléo Festival, Ennis Trad Festival, FMM Sines, Théatre de La Ville, Jazz à Vienne, Bercy, Stade de France, Musiques Nomades in Nouakchott, Tanger Festival, Dranouter Folk Fest, London Rich Mix, etc...

Sylvain also experiments regularly with other musical styles that he has been studying (indian classical music, sufi music from Turkey, persian music, greek folk, jazz and modal jazz improvisation...) and plays other instruments such as indian bansuri, balaban (similar to duduk), persian ney, he is also a very accomplished uilleann-pipes player and also biniou kozh (traditional bagpipe of Brittany) and last but not least he is also a busy recording & mixing engineer for various projects...

Sylvain BAROU   Sylvain Barou, RENNES, France

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