Angelo Debarre

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Angélo Debarre performing in Paris, April 2013.

Angelo Debarre (French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃ʒelo dəˈbaʁ] (born on August 19, 1962) is a French Romani "Swing Manouche" guitarist.

Debarre was born in Saint-Denis, Paris, and began playing at age eight. In 1984 he formed his first group, the Angelo Debarre Quintet. In 1985 they were hired by Serge Camps to play at his Parisian café La Roue Fleurie, where Angelo was discovered by the record producer/guitar player Jon Larsen.

Debarre has performed in several significant Romani and jazz festivals, including Birdland's annual Django Reinhardt Festival[1] He also recorded Mémoires: Memories of Django with Tchavolo Schmitt.



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