Duo Barbedette-Quenderff

Delphine & Hoela copyright Sylvie Le Parc

Hoëla Barbedette : harp
Delphine Quenderff : double bass

Around fifteen year of complicity for the two musicians whose music seduced numerous audience…
A few words about their second album, plinn :
The Barbedette-Quenderff Duo continues to add its personal touch to creative traditional music. As in their first album, “Penhoat”, the two artists assert with a fine musical command their attachment to the popular repertoire of Brittany. With a delicate and inspired interpretation exploiting the special complicity of their strings, they prove that this music can adopt a certain contemporaneity without alienating itself from its roots. Asserting their adventurous spirit, Hoëla Barbedette and Delphine Quenderff weave bridges to more or less distant horizons…. Linking melodic fidelity and improvisation, they reproduce with infinite delicacy the memory of a Cretan lyre, a java or a tune from Ornette Coleman. In their hands, these horizons are not so distant from Brittany.
J-C Lemenuel

Some places in France where the duo played :
Théâtre de Caen, Fête du chant (Bovel, 35), Festirural (Châtelaudren, 22), Festival Sevenadur (Rennes), Le Strapontin (Pont-Scorff, 56), Le Pixie (Lannion, 22), Festival Les Beaux jours (Châteaubriant, 44), La Gallésie en fête (Monterfil, 35), Programmation Laeta (Loudun, 86), Salle l’Avel Vor (Plougastel-Daoulas, 29), Le Grenier à Sel (La Trinité sur mer, 56), Festival Les Petits riens (Côtes d’Armor), Rencontres acoustiques en Deux-Sèvres (Verruyes, 79), Festival de La Pomme d’Orange (Peillac, 56), Rencontres Internationales de Harpe celtique (Dinan, 22)…


They also played with singerAnne-Gaëlle Normand :

or with the drummer Nicolas Pointard :

Tri C’hotri

Tri C'hotri (Gilbert Le Gall)




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