16 octobre 2017 [Release] Padovani & Pradal

[Release] Padovani & Pradal

  Albums Jean-Marc Padovani s’intéresse à l’Espagne depuis longtemps et avec bonheur. Son saxophone a dialogué avec les plus belles voix féminines d’Andalousie : Carmen Linares ou Esperanza Fernández. Depuis quelques années il affûte ses couteaux sur le répertoire des Canciones, avec patience, avec sérieux , cherchant à comprendre les mécanismes hermétiques des rythmiques flamencas, […]

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18 août 2017

Fred Pouget

Fred Pouget started playing the accordion and the bagpipes, before dedicating himself to clarinet, from sopranino clarinets to bass and contrabass clarinets. Soon, his training in musicology, and his multiple encounters with artists (Jean-Mar Padovani, Alain Gibert, Jean-Luc Capozzo and ARFI, Sylvain Kassap, Laurent Dehors) motivated him to develop his writing skills. As a performer, […]

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18 août 2017

Joachim Iannello

Joachim Iannello, born in Liege on 5 August 1990, began playing violin at the age of 7 in the Academy of Chênée, where he obtained his diploma in Music and Chamber Music. At the age of 15 he became interested in jazz and improvisation through Daniel Willem with whom he kept in touch subsequently. After […]

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18 août 2017

Alain Frey

Alain Frey Author-Composer-Performer Autodidact multi-instrumentalist musician This street musician boasts of an atypical path. After wandering around Europe with his guitar during 8 years, he finally settled down in Liege. A true-to-life story of a rebel and stubborn jazzman, at the same time bohemian but also very tough when it comes to his musical performance… […]

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18 août 2017

Dymphi Peeters

Dymphi Peeters is kora player, as well an (opera) singer, flute and N’goni player. Her roots lay in the East European Folk music and she gained experience in flamenco, voice expression, improvised music and lately also opera. Originally Dymphi studied Educational Science and Technology which she is combining with her ongoing spiritual researches and experiences. […]

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18 août 2017

Petr Valášek

A bass-clarinet and tenor-saxophone player with the Orchestra of Karel Vlach. Works mainly with jazz performers, for which he is predetermined due to his extraordinary improvisational and multi-instrumental skills. Similarly as his colleagues, he studied at the Conservatory School in Pardubice, a pupil of Ludvík Posekaný and then AMU (pupil of Petr Čáp). In the […]

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