THE Elfic Circle Project is collaboration between musicians from different musical and cultural areas, to share a dream that has its roots in the ancient past and journeys towards the future.
Andrea Seki: Andrea is the founder of the Elfic Circle project. Andreas Celtic Harp explores paths that combine the contemporary bard traditions with different ethnical genres. His studies started with Alan Stivell, followed with the National School of Music of Brest, and with the graduation with the School "Prayag Sangit Samiti" Allahabad. He worked in collaboration with many international artists.
Fabrice De Graef: Fabrice De Graef is a master of the bansuri flute. Fabrice comes from a family of musicians. He studied with Hariprasad Chaurasia and Dr L. Subramaniam in India for 8 years.
Catherine Dreau (Dream): Catherine is a French Percussionist and Multi-instrumentalist. She plays harmonic percussions and instruments conceived on ancient south Indian scales, like Tubalophones, Metallophones, Crystal Bowls and Taoist Bowls to create the atmospheric sound of Elfic Circle.
Christian Noçon: studied sitar under Dr. Raj Bhan Singh in Benares, Pt. Subroto Roy Chowdhury and Pt. Manilal Nag in Calcutta. He completed BA in Instrumental Music with an ICCR scholarship and MA with distinction at Rabindra Bharati University. He is currently studying a PhD in Music at SOAS with British Library and AHRC scholarship.
Sachin Khetani: a Tabla player disciple of Pandit Sharda Sahai of the Benares Baj from London. He changed the way Indian Classical music is performed in a commercial environment. Sachin has been performing with Youth and has performed around Europe mesmerising audiences with his speed and knowledge of music.
In association with Sama Arts Network, Elfic Project & PRSSV