Taoufik Bargoud

Biography

Born in Meknes (Morocco), musician, multi-instrumentist, author-composer-interpret and arranger. Mastering a variety of instruments and also able to play and mix all musical styles and genres, Taoufik collaborates with local and international artists from the world and is an authentic Citizen of the World.

Taoufik BARGOUD, artist with multiple facets, always in a quest to perfect his art, driven by thirst of mastery of new instruments and musical genres. He plans on diversifying into other musical styles and genres and intends to be present on the scene.

Concerts

  • Musiques Métisses
  • L'Institut du monde arabe
  • Piano en Valois (Angoulême),
  • Jazz en Gatine (Parthenay),
  • La Nef (angoulême)
  • Festival Essaouira (Maroc)
  • CIRCUIT IN ANDALOUSIA : VILLAGES BLANCS, JEREZ, SÉVILLE, CORDOUE, GRENADE
  • Jazz en Limousin,
  • Printemps de Bourges,
  • Festival de Jazz d’Avignon,
  • Le Festival « les Sarabandes des Bouchauds »
  • festival de jazz a montreux
  • Piano aux Jacobins (Toulouse),
  • Les Nuits d’Encens (Aîgues-Mortes),
  • MAROC,
  • FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE MUSIQUE ET DE DANSE DE GRENADE 
  • Tunisie,
  • Katar
  • Inde
  • Suéde
  • turquie
  • Scènes Nationales,
  • Angoulême...
  • DINGO/ La Nef (Angoulême),
  • Carré bleu (Poitiers),
  • tournée nationale Action Culturelle CCAS EDF-GDF .

"Taoufik Bargoud is an eclectic musician, born in Marocco, he spends his childhood in France while maintaining contact with his origins and develops the culture of oriental music, mixing his traditional culture with different esthetics, : Musiques Anciennes, Baroque et Classique, Chanson Française, Musiques Actuelles et Futures ... Active and engaged on the pedagogic and artistic domain, he currently lives in France."

Instruments

  • Guitare (acoustique/électrique),
  • oud (a/c),
  • kanun,
  • ney,
  • flûte traversière,
  • accordéon (cromatique//oriental),
  • banjo,
  • saz,
  • bozok,
  • bouzouki,
  • piano 
  • doukdouk,
  • violon,
  • bass,
  • cithar,
  • dilrubab,
  • bensouri,
  • clarinette,
  • mandol algérienne,
  • mandoline,
  • ...
  • Mao (electro oriental)

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