Thierry Robin, known as “Titi”, the self-taught musician born at the end of the fifties in western France, has created a musical world for himself instinctively assimilating elements in response to his need to express himself.
Riverbanks have a memory; every drop of water leaves a trace. When I was very young, I used to drink from the river, kneeling at the edge, like an animal thirsty for knowledge, and I learned to swim, sometimes against the current, sometimes under water, sometimes from a small, fragile boat, sometimes surrounded by companions and friends, children. Riverbanks are the school that life gave me as a gift. If I go back to the source, it is in order to pay tribute to the peoples who have fed that river with their blood, sweat and tears, their loves and their dreams. They are my family, on the banks of the river, where their deep footprints will never disappear.
"I used to dream of a world in which composers, performers and producers could make music without being constrained by the bottlenecks of genre and market forces. French guitarist Titi Robin has made an album as if the fantasy were true... the result is rich and moving, a tale with the depth of a novel and the narrative drive of a folk legend." - John L. Walters THE GUARDIAN
from January 23rd to 27th 2013
from april 10th to 20th 2013
from may 15 th to 20th 2013
July and August 2013
TITI ROBIN TRIO
The Trio is the most open of Titi Robin’s line-ups. It is based on improvisation and allows each musician to play equally and meet each other on always renewed musical roads along Titi Robin’s repertoire. During the show, the three artists are alternately solist and backing interpreters. It relieves Titi Robin from his usual leader role, providing him a cherished musical freedom. Thanks to each one’s experience and quality, Titi, Francis and Ze are able to take some risks, providing a new lights upon the repertoire that they also usually play in the other line-ups of Titi Robin.
Europe : on demand
USA : from march 10th to 20th 2013
Canada: from june 28th to July 5th 2013
For information, please contact:
MOLPÉ MUSIC - 10 bis rue Muller - 75018 Paris
+ 33 1 42 23 02 06 + 33 6 30 35 36 80