Thomas Keck

Thomas Keck began the guitar at the age of 12 and entered the CNR of Marseille in 2000 in the class of Alexandre Boulanger. He obtained the DEM guitar, chamber music and formation musicale, as well as the Prix de Perfectionnement in 2006. The same year, he joined the CNSMD in Paris in the class of Roland Dyens where he obtained a Master degree of guitar.

Six years later, he obtained the Certificat d’Aptitude, a teaching diploma, of guitar.

The plurality of his musical career allows him to perform in recital as well as within the ensemble C Barré at the festival of Chaillol, the theater La Criée and the MuCem in Marseille, the Salle Pleyel as part of the Preludes of Concert of the Orchestre de Paris, as well as the Musée d’Orsay, at the Cité de la Musique. He also participates in Antony and Paris guitar festivals, at the Château de l’Empéri in Salon-de-Provence, in Geneva, at the lutherie show, in Russia, at the Kagoshima-Chaillol international festival in Japan at the Pasolini Summer Nights Festival in Naples, etc.

His activity of interpreting concerns as much to the musical creation – on classical guitars, electric, and cithars – as to the old musics, allowing him to deepen his musical approach on baroque and romantic guitars during conferences and concerts within the ensemble Adelaide (B. Marlat).

Alongside his career as an interpreter, Thomas Keck is pursuing a teaching career and is currently professor of guitar at CRD Evry.

Régis Sévignac

Between 1995 and 2013, Régis Sévignac accompanied numerous artists on stage or during recording sessions among which Michel Sardou, Larusso, Maurane, Kent, I Muvrini, Maxime Leforestier, Trio Esperança, Didier Sustrac, Véronique Sanson, Teri Moïse, Lokua Kanza, Viktor Lazlo , Marie-José Ali, Blankass, Laurent Voulzy, Nathalie Cardone, La Grande Sophie, San Severino, Philippe Lafontaine, David Linx, Florent Pagny, Jeanne Mas, Laam, Jean Pierre Mader, Liane Foly, Enzo Enzo, L5, JJ Goldman, M.Jones, Patrick Fiori, Marc Toesca, Linda Lemay …

And more especially Michel Fugain of which he was the guitarist chorist for 18 years and with which he collaborates still today on various projects!

Alongside his job as a musician, he travels the roads of France and Navarre with the “Folkies” or his own daughter with whom he forms the duo “Dad & I”.