Breizh ma Bro
For most of you to arrive on this page and not having set one foot in Brittany, the title seems more than intriguing. But these words carry a couple of years of my existence. This region was my adopting country, the place where I found a second home, the place that taught me to embrace history and culture, to appreciate the storm, but most of all – the ocean when it is liberating itself from all of its ‘poseidonian’ demons. Out of respect for this land and for the people I had the chance to encounter here, I am going to call this album ‘Breizh ma Bro’ – ‘Brittany my country’.