AGUA music 2004

  • Artists:
    Quentin Dujardin (classical guitar), Jalal El Allouli (arabic violin), Mohamed Anas Taïeb (vocals), Damien Libert (flute, saz & cajon), Tuur Florizoone (chromatic accordion), Arnout Hellofs (udu & tom), Stephan Lay (percussion)
  • Music composed by:
    Quentin Dujardin
  • Produced by:
    Quentin Dujardin
  • Recording andf mixing:
    Alain Hannart | Studio 3J30 RTBF
  • Mastering:
    Alain Hannart | Studio 3J30 RTBF
  • Publishing:
    AGUA music
  • Photo:
    Jacky Lepage


Revealed during his studio performance for Le Monde est un Village (RTBF/Virgin 2003 compilation), Quentin Dujardin captivates with his rich sound palette and the sensuality of his guitar compositions. His fingers – imbued with classical, jazz, flamenco and Arabic music – sound a new horizon in the universe of the instrument.

He presents here his meeting with the Moroccan singer and violinist Jalal El Allouli, and also continues his long collaboration with the multi-instrumentalist Damien Libert. A magnificent invitation to travel.

A TV Live concert at Théâtre 140 is broadcast on the Belgian channel RTBF/La Deux. The enthusiasm that met this album allowed him to perform internationally in venues such as Marrakesh’ Théâtre Royal, the Esperanzah Festival, Quebec’s Théâtre Capitole, Jazz en Nord, Flagey, Nanduti de Paraguay, …



Sheet music available