Alain Jean-Marie is considered by some to be the living legend of jazz. A native of Guadeloupe, he met big names in Paris in the 1970s, such as Chet Baker, art farmer, Max Roach or Bill Coleman. Abby Lincoln, Charlie Hadden or Clark Terry will soon join his pianist services. Familiar and solid in a mix of styles ranging from Bigeon to Baroque, the 75-year-old pianist heads the diner Saturday evening (9:30 pm).
Alain Jean-Marie will be accompanied by drummer Philip Soyrat, an experienced musician who has recorded over 70 albums and played around the world! In the first part, at 8 pm, the young pianist from Nantes Gotton Nicot brings his works, especially with the support of the saxophonist Pierre Menu. Influenced by popular bands such as Jazz Hard Bop, Wayne Shorter or Joshua Redman.
The trumpet and the trumpet
On Sunday, the ball opens in the fourth part of “Joe 4 Tate” at 6 p.m. Led by Laval trumpeter Johann Lefebvre, this guitarist group performs the great Miles Davis in the classic jazz dist, which has influenced others. Finally, at 7:30 pm, switch to one of the groups of drummer Patrick Jovnik, the festival’s artistic director. With Soltime, along with Gillum Julian on guitar, and Jean-Patrick Cosette on keyboards, “Pat” transcends a jungle of influences: music from fantasy movies, West Coast jazz-funk, pop ballads, Irish waltzes, dude and old-fashioned lunatics. “, Press Kit lists …
Jazz N Place, Roger-Versaille College, 28 Saturday, 8pm to 9pm Sunday, 6pm. Free admission. Admission is by Rudi Lohan only. Mandatory health pass. Maximum capacity 300 people.
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