Frédéric Jacq
(vocal / bagpipe)

After starting on stage in Slovakia in 1997 as host of the group DNO (rock, reggae, ska), he founded the group KELTIEG in 1998 with french, english and slovak friends to interpret the hits that marked his childhood (Tri Yann, Alan Stivell, Sonerien Du, …) and other tunes from the Celtic world. Then he founded ROC’HANN in 2004, with his friend Didier, with the aim of promoting Brittany and the songs of the maritime tradition. Once in Czech Republic, he sang as a host in  the groups BRAN (Breton music) and DICK O’BRASS (Celtic rock). Finally, he founded a group of medieval bagpipes, BAGAD BAGDAD, for street performance.

Didier Rogasik
(vocal)

Chanter …
chanter avec le cœur …
chanter la Bretagne …
pour les autres …
depuis plus de 15 ans

Linda Lesáková
(flute)

As the daughter of a professional player of good – resophonic guitar, Linda grew up surrounded by music from an early age. Her first instrument was the classical flute, which she devoted herself to, together with singing at the elementary art school. Naturally, she then switched to the transverse flute, which appealed to her so much that she studied playing this instrument at the State Conservatory in Bratislava. In addition to her studies, she began performing in the folk, bluegrass and world music bands Kalumet, Stressed Hedgehog and Acoustic Flash. She has been a member of the band Roc’hann since 2007. The band presented its first contact with the music of Brittany, which became its heart’s business. Linda from Czech Republic, where she lives and works, comes to rehearsals and concerts.

Michal Kubinec
(bass guitar / contrabass)

Nico Lipovský
(guitar)

Nico began to play medieval and renaissance music in the last millennium in the ESTAM association, which brought the atmosphere of ancient times. Later he played in the group KELTIEG, which is the first Slovak band to introduce listeners to Celtic music culture. ŠAFRAN is a modified Slovak folk music, drawing on the folklore of the Upper Nitra region, but also the whole Slovakia, and goes back to the roots. Nico has been a member of the French-Slovak group ROC’HANN for more than two years.

Zuzana Hanusová
(percussions / chalumeau)