The Petit Festival, the 'Little Festival', that takes place in a delightful little spot known as the 'Trégor', nestled in the North-Eastern coastal corner of the Finistère department of Brittany that can only be described as being the nearest thing to heaven on this earth, have taken the risk of inviting the Ensemble Clément Janequin, a motley crew of rowdy singers, both small and big (or at least very tall), accompanied by two unsuspecting instrumentalists, also big and small, to give a big (grand) concert in a small (petit) venue (don't forget your ear-plugs) in the form of a delicious musical feast fit for a Palace (Palais) to delight both palate (palais) and ears of all, young and old, petits and grands.
Dominique Visse, countertenor (very small)
Olivier Coiffet, tenor (very big)
Vincent Bouchot, baritone (very big)
Renaud Delaigue, bass (very, very big)
Eric Bellocq, lute (small)
Yoann Moulin, chamber organ (very big and very thin)