Portrait of Cédric Lépine

We are honored to introduce you to Cedric Lepine, professional drummer and official partner of Redison.

Who is Cedric ?

Cedric Lepine is a 38-year-old professional drummer from the Basque Country who started playing drums at a very young age, since he has been playing since he was 5 years old. First at the conservatory from 6 to 11, he then entered the prestigious Agostini School at the age of 11 until he was 16. He started working with B. Lavilliers and Cesaria Evora until 2005.

However, it is in the Basque Country that Cedric decided to come back, because he finds a lot of opportunities in his native country. Cédric is currently drummer in four different projects, both in the Basque Country and Bordeaux as far as Madrid: Torii, Tristtan Mourguy eta Horeba, Kinnine, Ekiza… A drummer with a full agenda!

cedric-portrait

In addition to playing in four bands, Cédric regularly gives drum lessons. He is endorsed Serial Drummer, Evans, Promark and now at Senstroke.

Involved in many local projects, Cédric is a strong supporter of the “Esker 1000” project. This project aims to bring together 1000 musicians playing Basque music classics at the same time.

He is also the originator of the label “Ipar Orratza”, which brings together groups from the Basque Country.

Cédric and Senstroke

“Senstroke, an incredible and innovative solution: a real tool to democratize drumming throughout the world”

Cédric Lépine

Cedric knew us through our Redison Facebook page. It was by watching a video of a cover with Senstroke sensors that he fell in love with the project and has been supporting us ever since.
Indeed, he wants us to have visibility in the Basque Country and throughout the world.

Senstroke is for Cedric a way to bring drummers and musicians together all over the world. The sensors allow you to play directly without a drum kit, in any environment, and are a great opportunity for people who can’t afford a real acoustic drum kit.

You too, like Cedric, can become a Senstroke collector by contacting us.

Until then, keep on drumming !