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Yann CREPIN pianist composer from Brittany.
After the publication of the previous album, the Declaration (Coop Breizh 2016) was one of the most popular albums in Brittany: success and recognition by the public and the music critics and also present in the selection of the Télégramme's record prize.
Yann CREPIN publishes a new album of original piano compositions on Celtic themes. This 2nd solo piano album is reminiscent of the colors and universes of Yann Tiersen, Michael Nyman or Ludovico Einaudi. Music of contemplation and a universe that encourages daydreaming and meditation.
This contemplative music is already spotted for film and image. The album "Mise à nu" is supported by Ouest France (official partner), published by Cristal Publishing. France 3 and Blue Armorique Radio will also support the promotion and release of the disc.
Richard Bellia great photographer of the great musicians (James Brown, David Bowie, Gainsbourg, The Cure) realized the photos of the cover of the album).
A music video must also be made for the launch of the CD.
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Brilliant pupil of the flute class of Marie Jo Lamotte, in musical CHAM classes, he rubs shoulders with Yann Tiersen, Yvan Cassar or Vanessa Wagner. Promised for a career as a soloist, Yann multiplies the first places in competitions and perfects his instrument with Ida Ribera, professor at the Paris Conservatory. This one presents it to the famous concertist Jean Pierre Rampal. Yann Crépin is also noticed by the conductor Jean-François Paillard with whom he is introduced to various chamber music ensembles. In spite of all these encouragements, Yann abandons the idea of a musical career, and after studies in Sorbonne, becomes professor of Letters in High School. But music remains very present in his life. During the years 1996-2000, Yann became interested in Celtic music, in full swing at that time. Following a concert at which he attended the TNB Rennes, Yann discovers and falls in love with the compositions of the pianist Didier Squiban. It is after this concert that he decides, in a crazy and passionate impulse, to learn the piano alone! The harp then becomes the center of his inspiration and his listening: Kristen Noguès, Myrdhin and Gwenael Kerleo