Bruno Le Tron

Diatonic accordion workshop

19 > 25 August 2023, Urbino (Italy)

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Diatonic accordion workshop with Bruno Le Tron from 19 to 25 August 2023, Urbino (Italy).

Intermediate and advanced levels

Learning will be based on his compositions inspired by traditional European music.
You will work on the bellows, ornaments, accompaniment and different performance techniques that characterise his style.

Ensemble pieces with second voice and accompaniment.

Oral-only learning without sheet music or tablatures!

Practical information

Arrival: Saturday from 17:00
Departure: Friday by 11:00, or on Saturdays, with a small surcharge of 30 euro
Audience: Adults from 7 to 10 trainees

Overnight accommodation: rooms for 2 to 4 people, on site or at neighbouring establishments
Food: fresh and possibly local produce

How to get here

Ca’ Lucente is 10 km from Urbino and 40 km from Pesaro train station. We provide a shuttle bus to pick up students in Urbino. View map.

The nearest airports are Ancona Airport and Bologna Airport.

Workshop cost

670 Euro Full rate (including board and lodging)
600 Euro Student and unemployed rate (including board and lodging)

The course enrolment includes an advance payment of Euro 200, which will be refunded in full if cancelled within 30 days of the start of the course. In case of cancellation after this date we are obliged to withhold it.

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Ca Lucente music holdays

It was in the 80’s that Bruno Le Tron discovered the folk and festou-noz balls and that he became passionate about the diatonic accordion.
A few years later, the meeting of Jean Blanchard and Evelyne Girardon marked the beginning of his professionalism.
At the same time, in 1990, Bruno signed all the compositions and arrangements of his first album, the famous “Valhermeil“.
In 1989 he obtained the DE diploma of diatonic accordion teacher. His career was launched.
What followed was a succession of encounters, musical of course but intensely human. He travelled the French and international stages, developing his energetic and sensitive style, without ever ceasing to compose.
He also participates in the international project Samuraï Accordion, a European quintet of diatonic accordionists which won the Grand Prix du disque Charles Cros in 2011.
Finally, he is currently working on a new, more personal project: Initium , a concert or Folk Ball based almost exclusively on his new compositions, where he is accompanied by a clarinet, a double bass and a guitar.

Diatonic accordion workshop with Bruno Le Tron

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