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Pantribe Summercamp and Gathering brings you top-of-the-line teachers and performers for an immersive 5-day program in the beautiful setting of Koningsteen in Belgium. 

Learn from top teachers. Whether you are an absolute beginner or an experienced player, the content is adapted to 4 different skill levels. We will have 6 teachers this year... so we can keep small groups and more levels.

Every evening, there will be intimate, unplugged concerts with the teachers. 

On Friday and Saturday, it's time for the serious stuff... And what an amazing line-up we have for you this year!

Manu Delago will be back with his new show, The Trouble Notes will stir up the party; we've got Archer and Tripp, David Charrier, David Kuckhermann, Tom Vaylo, Laurent Sureau, Jeremy Nattagh, Quentin Kayser, Akshay Chadwa, Rosie Bergonzi, Olive, Gerard Spencer, Romain Geuzaine, Dj Karoo...

and top sound engineer Alexandre Chaigne will make it all sound perfect!

Have a look at the full program, it will be more in detail as we get closer to the event, but we can already tell you that Manu Delago and The Trouble Notes will perform on Saturday.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Danny & the Pantribe Volunteers team

 

PS: Yes we added a day to August... The Sunday 32nd ;-)

 

 

 

Details

Start: 26 August 2024
End: 1 September 2024
Pantribe

Koningsteen vzw, Kapelle-op-den-Bos, Belgium

OXDONKSTRAAT 168
1880 Kapelle-op-den-Bos Flanders
Belgium

Performers

Here is the full line-up for Pantribe 2024 - Another epic festival to enjoy

 

Manu Delago

Performer (AT)
  • www.manudelago.com
  • Manu Delago

    As a two-year-old Manu Delago began what would become a very musically inclined life as he sat behind his first drum kit and started playing for various bands as a young teenager. His rock band HotchPotch won the Austrian Band Contest and toured across Austria, Germany, Italy and Spain. When Manu Delago began playing the Hang (handpan) in 2003 he discovered his passion for writing music. He graduated from the university Mozarteum in Innsbruck in classical percussion, jazz drums at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and composition at Trinity College of Music.

     

    Manu Delago's solo piece “Mono Desire” was the most popular Hang video on the internet with over five million views and charted in the Top 30 music videos on Youtube. In 2007 he founded his own band Manu Delago Handmade and the duo Living Room and released his first albums. His LPs feature various guest artists such as Erik Truffaz, Andreya Triana or Douglas Dare and won over tastemakers from BBC 6Music’s Tom Ravenscroft and Don Letts to Radio 2’s Alex Lester, Nitin Sawhney and Jamie Cullum, and was supported by i-D, Clash and DJ Mag.

     

    Manu Delago has also collaborated with various genre-leading artists. He appeared as a guest on two albums of the Psy-Trance producers Shpongle and performed on various occasions. In 2011 he recorded for Björk's Biophilia album and has since been her touring drummer, playing four world tours with the Icelandic singer. In 2013, he started performing and writing music with the sitar-player Anoushka Shankar. For his work on her album 'Land of Gold' Manu Delago earned a Grammy nomination. The versatile percussionist has also been a touring member of The Cinematic Orchestra and Olafur Arnalds.

     

    As percussionist and drummer Manu Delago has performed in prestigious venues on six continents such as the Royal Albert Hall, Roundhouse, Royal Festival Hall and Barbican in London, Carnegie Hall in New York, the Sydney Opera House and Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. Furthermore, Manu Delago has performed and recorded as soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra, Metropole Orkest, Aurora Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra.

     

    On the album Metromonk (2017, Tru Thoughts Records), Manu Delago focussed on electronic sound manipulation of the Handpan. The video of the single 'Freeze' was filmed in the Alps and premiered by Red Bull Music. That outdoor adventure triggered the idea to a bigger and more audacious project – Parasol Peak a multi-award winning album and film in which Manu Delago leads an ensemble of seven musicians on a mountaineering expedition in the Alps (2018, One Little Independent Records).

     

    In 2019, Circadian was recorded and toured with an ensemble of nine musicians. The music is based around sleep cycles and the theme which further inspired the 7.5 hours long rework album Nightliner on which he collaborated with artists like Hugar, Kelly Moran and Brandt Brauer Frick. After years of touring, Manu felt it was important to do his bit towards sustainability by launching the carbon neutral Recycling Tour, performing venues across Germany and Austria, accessed only by bicycles.

     

    In 2021, Manu Delago is set to release his unique new album, Environ Me. Constructed using his signature percussive skills as well as electronic manipulation and sounds recorded directly from an array of natural sources, the LP is a dynamic and exploration which harnesses the best of his adventurous spirit and singular vision as a human being and as an artist.

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David Charrier

Teacher & Performer (FRA)
  • www.masterthehandpan.com
  • David Charrier

    David Charrier is a French multi-instrumentalist composer and performer. He has a strong musical background and began his musical journey 20 years ago. He is self-taught and has learned numerous different percussion instruments, including the udu, bongo, cajon, derbuka, and djembe. 

    In 2004, he fell in love with a brand new instrument : the Hang, which was almost unknown at the time. David has spent hundred of hours playing, busking, composing, and exploring the magic of this “sound sculpture.” As a handpan pioneer, he was the first French Hang player to broadcast his unique style and compositions on the Web. His videos have inspired a multitude of players around the world to pick up the handpan.

    In 2007, his friend and cousin, Sylvain Paslier, got a Hang and together they created WADHOM, a band that married digeridoo, HangHang, and violin. About the same time, David and Sylvain collaborted as KEONA, a hang duet. Known thereafter as the “Hang Cousins,” they became internationally known. One of their videos, Insomniac Jam, has over 5 millions views on YouTube.

    After Keona, David continued to perform, record, and collaborate, in order to develop his own mastery of handpan. As the handpan community continue to grow, David discovered a calling to share his journey and experience with others. While teaching workshops in Europe and abroad, David decided to expand his reach to even more people.

    In 2016, he created MasterTheHandpan.com an online school with a unique learning method known to be fun and efficient. Embraced by the handpan community, his classes have enabled over a thousands of students to enhance their skills and elevate their musical expression.    

    Whether it’s working solo, in a duet, or with a full band, David continues to play, learn, and perform with his Handpans at a European and international scale to showcase the amazing and captivating instrument responsible for the turning point in his musical journey. 

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David Kuckhermann

Teacher and Performer
  • www.handpandojo.com
  • David Kuckhermann

    David Kuckhermann is a Grammy nominated and world renowned handpan player and percussionist based in Berlin, Germany. His musical teaching methods are based on more than 20+ years of playing and professional teaching experience.
    He has taught more than 10,000 students from all around the world as the founder of online instrument education schools: Handpan Dojo and World Percussion Academy.

    His Youtube channel has more than 10 million views and features a wide selection of performances and educational videos:.

    He has performed his solo repertoire in famous concert halls including the Royal Albert Hall in London England, the Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley in California and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.

    He currently tours the world as freelancer, soloist and band-member of Dead Can Dance as well as teaching masterclasses for handpan players and percussionists.

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Adrian Portia

Teacher and Performer (AUS)
Adrian Portia

Quentin Kayser

Teacher and Performer (FRA)
Quentin Kayser

Jeremy Nattagh

Teacher & Performer (FRA)
Jeremy Nattagh
  • Jeremy Nattagh

    Originally a classical flute player, Jeremy Nattagh has explored a wide range of instruments and style in music, spanning from jazz piano to gospel drums, from pop rock electric bass to movie soundtracks producing. His various melodic and harmonic explorations as a composer and a percussionist brought him naturally to a deep connection with the handpans. Building rich harmonies around very clear melodies, Jeremy has baffled all his audiences with his hand/feet combinations, adding flavored live effects. His technique is always wisely used for a musical result, and his quest is to create the purest and most moving music possible.

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Rosie Bergonzi

Teacher and Performer (UK)
Rosie Bergonzi

Akshay Chawda

Teacher & Performer (IND)
Akshay Chawda
  • Akshay Chawda

    Akshay Chawda Aka Anicca Project is a multi-instrumentalist from New Delhi, India. His musical journey started with playing guitar for a heavy metal band 17 years ago, which evolved to different genres, and more instruments became part of his arsenal over time. His fascination with sound and music began at a young age, cultivating a refined taste for music and shaping his distinct artistic identity. Akshay furthered his musical education by studying Music Composition at the prestigious KM Conservatory in Chennai, India (by the renowned Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer, A.R. Rahman). He also explored the ancient art of reciting percussive rhythm, "Konnakkol," through studies at the World Konnakkol Academy in Bengaluru, India.

    Anicca Project showcases elements of Indian Classical ragas on handpan while reciting percussive rhythms. “Anicca” in Pali Language means “Impermanent,” and with that idea, Anicca Project is an ever-changing line-up. For Pantribe Festival, Anicca Project is an Indo-German collaboration. It is an audio-visual journey combining music and dance. The performance is gracefully accompanied by "Tanya Keni," Bharatnatyam dancer from Germany. "Bharatnatyam" is one of the oldest and most celebrated classical Indian dance forms. It typically narrates stories from Hindu mythology, spiritual themes, and aspects of human emotions.

    Anicca Project offers a profound exploration of cultural synergy and artistic expression.

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Tom Vaylo

Performer (FRA)
Tom Vaylo

Josephine Wild

Performer (FRA)
Josephine Wild

Archer and Tripp

Performers (GER)
Archer and Tripp

Gerard Spencer

Performer (BE)
Gerard Spencer

Laurent Sureau

Performer (FRA)
Laurent Sureau

The Trouble Notes

Performers (DE)
The Trouble Notes

Jan van Berkel

Performer (NL)
Jan van Berkel

DJ Kaaruu

Performer (DE)
Germany

Olive

Performer (BE)
Olive

Romain Geuzaine

Performer (BE)
Romain Geuzaine

Robin Scott Fleming

Performer (BE)
Robin Scott Fleming
  • Robin Scott Fleming

    Self-taught author, composer and producer, Robin Scott Fleming is a multiinstrumentalist artist. As a child, he already tested the different sounds of his daily life - the spoon on the cup, the tree branches transformed into sticks on stones... As a teenager, after a stint in Rock and Pop music, he discovered the Didgeridoo and its sound vibrations. From then on, he explores world music, conscious and curious of the powers of healing sounds. He is solicited by the advertising world and starts composing music for television commercials, documentary and films. Through this experience, he discovers the programming of electronic soundtracks. Always on the lookout for new sounds, he encounters the magical melodic percussion “Handpan” and creates compositions with soothing and relaxing virtues. Robin has been singing since his childhood and considers his voice to be a multifaceted instrument. He perfected his skills in overtone throat singing, originally from Mongolia. Today, Robin has extensif experience in the filed of energetic healing techniques and was able to creates a parallel between his musical universe and the energy that emanates from it. He’s main purpose is to offer organic music compositions with beneficial intentions - To explore and share the purity and sacred roots of sound!

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Christophe Tonneau

Workshop Sound healing (BE)
Quinte&Sens (BE)
  • www.quinteetsens.be
  • Christophe Tonneau

    Outre mon Amour pour la musique, j’aime aller à la rencontre des personnes, partager…

    J’ai toujours aimé transmettre, soutenir, prendre soin.

    En 2017, après une réflexion personnelle sur « qui je suis réellement et quel est mon but dans la vie », je prends conscience de cette envie de partager et d’aider grâce à la musique. Je possède certaines bases qui me permettent de proposer rapidement des cours de musique ainsi que de la relaxation en Voyage Sonore.

    En octobre 2017, je m’inscris au Centre Benenzon Belgique et entame la formation en vue du titre de « Technicien en thérapie non-verbale benenzonienne ». C’est une révélation! Le modèle Benenzon est un des cinq modèles de musicothérapie reconnu à travers le monde et son approche non-verbale permettant d’exprimer, consciemment et/ou inconsciemment, ses émotions me passionne. Je suis actuellement toujours en cours de formation et ne cesse d’apprendre de nouvelles choses.

    Début 2018, je décide de lancer officiellement Quinte&Sens. Dans un premier temps, il s’agit d’une activité complémentaire mais mon souhait est de pouvoir en vivre à part entière.

    Actuellement, je suis responsable des pôles musique-danse et artistiques aux Chemins d’Ariane – IMS de Ciney.

    Je suis également musicothérapeute au SAJA de Schaltin.

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Alexandre Chaigne

Sound Engineer (FR)
Alexandre Chaigne

Danny Stevens

Your host & presenter (BE)
Danny Stevens

AND MANY MORE.....

AND MANY MORE.....

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