The virtuosos of the binioù kozh, the bagpipe and the bombarde made Breton music resonate on the grounds of the Château de Tronjoly, in Gourin, all weekend long. They offered breathtaking performances, in a beautiful green setting drenched in sunshine, for the 65th Brittany championship of traditional music and dance. Can not wait for next year !
Last episode of our series of podcasts devoted to exceptional Bretons with this portrait of the painter and plastic artist of Nantes origin Claude Cahun, linked to the surrealist movement and Resistance in Jersey during the Second World War.
During the Belle Époque, Marie-Louise Le Manac’h, alias Maï, had an unusual fate, from Belle-Isle-en-Terre to the Parisian and London palaces where she met Robert Mond, nicknamed the king of nickel. Maï la Bretonne became, in 1922, Lady Mond, one of the richest women in …
Worker, feminist, revolutionary who did not hesitate to take up arms and climb onto the barricades, before being arrested and sentenced to prison in New Caledonia… Brestoise Nathalie Lemel is one of the main actors of the Paris Commune in 1871, but unlike his colleague …
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