The "Celtic Finisterres" concert celebrates the diversity of Celtic culture

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The “Celtic Finisterres” concert is the culmination of 6 years of collaboration between the festival and the Orchester National de Bretagne to promote Celtic culture.

© Festival interceltique de Lorient / Finisterres celtiques

By: Raphaël Thomas

4 min

Five years ago, the Festival interceltique de Lorient launched an ambitious project: bringing together the National Orchestra of Brittany and contemporary composers for a show on Celtic diversity.

After years of work, the concert entitled "Celtic Finisterres" has finally taken place and it is very popular since the festival is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

An exceptional performance where harp and binoculars rub shoulders with grand pianos and cellos.

This show should travel in France and abroad at the start of the school year.

Raphaël Thomas was in Lorient on Monday evening to attend the big premiere.

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