POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – 9PM Kaori Ito, Peter Corser & Médéric Collignon

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Kaori Ito

© Josefina Perez Miranda

Peter Corser

© Serge Heimlich Gouvy

Médéric Collignon

© Philippe Lévy-Stab

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

🎷 Dance & Jazz creation
🎵 Improvisations
👩‍💼 Essential talents
🏛️ Jewel of Antique Paris

KAORI ITO, PETER CORSER & MÉDÉRIC COLLIGNON

A unique creation between dance & jazz

Kaori Ito: dance / Peter Corser: saxophone / Médéric Collignon: horn, vocals

First show at 7:00pm

 

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – 7PM Kaori Ito, Peter Corser & Médéric Collignon

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Kaori Ito

© Josefina Perez Miranda

Peter Corser

© Serge Heimlich Gouvy

Médéric Collignon

© Philippe Lévy-Stab

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

🎷 Dance & Jazz creation
🎵 Improvisations
👩‍💼 Essential talents
🏛️ Jewel of Antique Paris

KAORI ITO, PETER CORSER & MÉDÉRIC COLLIGNON

A unique creation between dance & jazz

Kaori Ito: dance / Peter Corser: saxophone / Médéric Collignon: horn, vocals

Second show at 9pm

 

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – Michel Portal & Roberto Negro

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Roberto Negro & Michel Portal

© Olivier Degen
© Olivier Degen
© Olivier Degen

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

🎷 Saxophone, clarinet, piano
🎵 Compositions & improvisations
👨‍💼 Masterful musical conversation
🏛️ Iconic church

MICHEL PORTAL & ROBERTO NEGRO

Tuesday, May 12th 2020 – 9:00pm // Saint-Germain-des-Prés Church

An unprecedented and passionate duet

A living legend of European jazz and a multifaceted musician, saxophonist and clarinetist Michel Portal always wants to experiment with new musical adventures. As part of the Émile Parisien quartet – who often invite him to join them – he met young pianist Roberto Negro, a rising star of the French improve scene and a fascinating virtuoso. Unanimously praised by the media (Le Monde, Télérama, etc.), he won a Victoire du Jazz Award in 2018.

After a few dates in Europe, the two musicians are reuniting for the first time in Paris around Michel Portal’s compositions. Under the starry canopy of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Church, which will unveil its newly-renovated side aisle and nave, the friendly and audacious duet will highlight the improvisation and composition talents of its two members, blowing the audience away with their signature virtuosity and ingenuity. Emotions guaranteed!

Michel Portal: saxophone, clarinet / Roberto Negro: piano

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – 20th birthday festival night: Lisa Simone / 1st part: Line Kruse

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© Edilson Boz

Line Kruse

© Lis Kasper Bang

Pochette de l'album

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

20th birthday night
#20years
#fridaynight #cubanjazz #groove #soul #afterjazz

🎤  Vocals, guitar, brass
🎵  Jazz, soul, groove
👩‍💼  Exclusive band, album release
🏛️ New venue

LISA SIMONE’S WONDERFUL TOUR

The queen of soul returns to Paris

Lisa Simone’s personality, groove and sensibility have captured the heart and soul of her audience worldwide. Nina Simone’s daughter is releasing a bright third album: “In Need of Love”. Lyrically, the album rings like a look back on her life, an intimate and powerful insight on her childhood and her relationships with her mother. “Life is my inspiration” she confides, et Lisa Simone brings authenticity in each of her tracks.

Musically, Lisa Simone’s band, led and arranged by stunning guitarist Hervé Samb (Pat Metheny, Kellylee Evans, Line Kruse…), combines energy with excellence as comfortably on high-octane funk, revisited reggae or soul music, indeed the music of Lisa Simone’s soul.

Exclusively for the festival and for the first time in Paris, the queen of soul is sure to mark the 20th anniversary of the festival with a colorful evening, filled with soul music and unbridled groove, celebrating peace and joie de vivre.

Lisa Simone: vocals / Hervé Samb: guitar / Gino Chantoiseau: bass / Yoann Danier: drums / Yannick Soccal: saxophone / Claude Egea: trumpet / Bertrand Luzignant: trombone

 

First part :

🎸 Violins
🎵 Latin jazz orchestral
👩‍💼 Composer, talent Spedidam
🏛️ New location

LINE KRUSE « INVITATION »

Jazz cruise to Havana

Effervescent and lyrical, the way Danish violinist and composer Line Kruse plays is incomparable. For her fifth album “Invitation”, the violin virtuoso keeps playing with musical boundaries. The recordings started in Havana continued in Paris where Line Kruse played a string section she arranged and conducted. Combining her classical training with a new passion for early 20th– century Russian composers, she has constituted a palette of never-before-heard ambiances. Beautifully accompanied by sensitive pianist Noé Huchard and high-octane rhythms, as well as four violins, Line Kruse will give us a unique Cuban-European combination of Latin jazz and orchestral music.

Line Kruse: violon / Flore Lacreuze: violin / Emma Lee: violin / Raphaël Maillet: violin / Mathilde Sternat: violin / Noé Huchard: piano / Christophe Wallemme: doublebass / Stéphane Huchard: drums

Spedidam musician night

The concerts will be followed by an afterjazz.

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – Laurent Coulondre trio & sextet

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Laurent Coulondre trio

© Vincent le Gallic

Pochette du dernier album

Nicolas Folmer

© Marc Ribes

Denis Leloup

© PLM

Lucas Saint-Cricq

© Bruno Charavet

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

🎹  Piano, keyboards
🎵  Tribute to Michel Petrucciani
👨‍💼  New sensation of jazz piano
🏛️ Architectural jewel

LAURENT COULONDRE TRIO FOLLOWED BY LAURENT COULONDRE SEXTET
TRIBUTE TO MICHEL PETRUCCIANI

Concert with intermission 8:30-9:15 pm / 10:00-10:45

A brilliant tribute from a pianist to his master

2019 marked the 20th anniversary of Michel Petrucciani’s death, an occasion for Laurent Coulondre, the new French piano sensation, to pay a moving tribute to his master. Released in August, “Michel on my mind” was met with universal acclaim by the media and the public. Aiming to honor the melodious, subtle and swinging way Michel Petrucciani encouraged to play, Laurent Coulondre has surrounded himself with bassist Jérémy Bruyère and incandescent André Ceccarelli in order to brilliantly revive the pianist’s repertoire. Presented in two parts, the concert will start as a trio, only to become a never-before-seen sextet formation – Laurent Coulondre is inviting three wind instrumentalists onstage, replicating the formation featured on Petrucciani’s 1997 album “Both Worlds”. To bring this anniversary edition to a close, this pianist with unmatched energy, generosity, and personality will prove once more that jazz is a language he commands with masterful hand (both of them in fact!)

“I have rarely heard a pianist capture the essence of his music with such accuracy.” Alexandre Petrucciani, son of Michel Petrucciani

Laurent Coulondre: piano, keyboard / Jérémy Bruyère: bass, double bass / André Ceccarelli: drums
Nicolas Folmer: trumpet / Denis Leloup: trombone / Lucas St Cricq: saxophone

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – Vincent Peirani Mixtape#3 / 1st part: Noé Clerc trio

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Noé Clerc Trio

© Vincent Maggiar

Vincent Peirani

© Dean Bennici

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

OPENING ACT: NOÉ CLERC TRIO

Young Talent Springboard 2019 Award Winner

In May 2019, the Young Talent Springboard Award jury crowned the winning trio, thus awarding them professional support, a concert at the next edition of the festival as well as a musical “mentor”. You will get to discover them as the opening act to the mentor they chose: Vincent Peirani.

The Noé Clerc Trio was created by three musicians: Elie Martin-Charrière, Clément Daldosso and accordionist Noé Clerc. From their diverse background, they created a refined style of music influenced by jazz as well as traditional and contemporary music. Their repertoire, consisting mainly of compositions but also revisited standard tunes, is rich with poetry, Black Sea songs, Bulgarian dances, and the sounds of today’s jazz.

Noé Clerc: accordion / Clément Daldosso: double bass / Elie Martin-Charrière: drums

🎹  Accordion
🎵  Compositions
👨‍💼‍  Young Talent Springboard
🏛️️  Like a renaissance palace 

CONCERT CREATION: VINCENT PEIRANI « MIXTAPE#3 »

An unprecedented journey beyond borders

Mixtape is a project that was started by accordion virtuoso Vincent Peirani, whose international music career has demonstrated extraordinarily open-mindedness. This series of creations originated in the summer of 2019 at the Marseille Jazz des Cinq Continents festival and its second instalment took place in late 2019 at the Jazz au Fil de l’Oise festival.

These creations were born from a desire by the musician to experiment limitlessly with genres and cultures. Mixtape brings to the stage with each concert a new formation which navigates between personal compositions and existing tracks specially arranged for the occasion, thus creating a one-of-a-kind repertoire.

Vincent Periani was specially inspired for Festival Jazz à Saint-Germain-des-Prés Paris by the Maison des Océans to imagine Mixtape #3: a new formation and invitation to travel (see event.)

Vincent Peirani: accordion / Vincent Ségal: cello, bass / Federico Casagrande: acoustic & electric guitar
Mieko Miyazaki: koto / Piers Faccini: vocals, guitar

🎹  Accordion, vocals
🎵  Special creation
👨‍💼 Artists without borders
🏛️ Palazzo-style 

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Mixtape#2, created in 2019 for Jazz au Fil de l’Oise

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – 9.30pm Kyle Eastwood 5tet Cinematic Ft Camille Bertault, Hugh Coltman & Guest: Ibrahim Maalouf

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Kyle Eastwood

© Jérôme Bonnet

Camille Bertault

© Jean-Baptiste Millot

Hugh Coltman

© Caroline Rocks

Ibrahim Maalouf

© Tony Hage

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Wednesday, May 13th 2020 – 7:15pm & 9:30pm // Maison des Océans

KYLE EASTWOOD QUINTET « CINEMATIC »
feat. CAMILLE BERTAULT, HUGH COLTMAN
& EXCEPTIONAL GUEST: IBRAHIM MAALOUF

Talented bass and double bass player Kyle Eastwood inherited a passion for jazz from his father. With close to ten albums since 1998 as well as several film soundtracks for Clint Eastwood (Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby or Letters From Iwo Jima), he has built for himself the legacy of a leader by playing his signature style of melodic and elegant jazz.

In his newest album “Cinematic”, Kyle Eastwood pays tribute to his other love: Hollywood. He covers movie themes that have left a mark on him: from Taxi Driver to Skyfall and The Thomas Crown Affair.

To mark the occasion, the bassist and his quintet will be accompanied by fierce singer Camille Bertault for a rhythmic reinterpretation of the iconic Michel Legrand tune The Windmills of Your Mind (in its original French as Les Moulins de mon cœur), and by British singer Hugh Coltman on the deeply moving theme from Gran Torino, which they will play to clips from the movie.

Kyle Eastwood, as a part-time Parisian, chose the festival to give lovers of jazz and movies a unique evening in the precious and woody Maison des Océans amphitheater.

Kyle Eastwood: doublebass / Andrew Mc Cormack: piano / Quentin Collins: trumpet / Brandon Allen: saxophone / Chris Higginbottom: drums
Featuring: Camille Bertault: vocals/ Hugh Coltman: vocals
& Exceptional guest: Ibrahim Maalouf (trumpet)

🎸 Quintet, double bass, trumpet & vocals
🎵  Iconic movie soundtracks
👩‍💼   Exceptional venue
🏛️  Luxurious woodwork, light fixtures and frescoes

First concert of Kyle Eastwood at 7:15pm

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – 7.15pm Kyle Eastwood 5tet Cinematic Ft Camille Bertault, Hugh Coltman & Guest: Ibrahim Maalouf

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Kyle Eastwood

© Jérôme Bonnet

Camille Bertault

© Jean-Baptiste Millot

Hugh Coltman

© Caroline Rocks

Ibrahim Maalouf

© Tony Hage

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Wednesday, May 13th 2020 – 7:15pm & 9:30pm // Maison des Océans

KYLE EASTWOOD QUINTET « CINEMATIC »
feat. CAMILLE BERTAULT, HUGH COLTMAN
& EXCEPTIONAL GUEST: IBRAHIM MAALOUF

Talented bass and double bass player Kyle Eastwood inherited a passion for jazz from his father. With close to ten albums since 1998 as well as several film soundtracks for Clint Eastwood (Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby or Letters From Iwo Jima), he has built for himself the legacy of a leader by playing his signature style of melodic and elegant jazz.

In his newest album “Cinematic”, Kyle Eastwood pays tribute to his other love: Hollywood. He covers movie themes that have left a mark on him: from Taxi Driver to Skyfall and The Thomas Crown Affair.

To mark the occasion, the bassist and his quintet will be accompanied by fierce singer Camille Bertault for a rhythmic reinterpretation of the iconic Michel Legrand tune The Windmills of Your Mind (in its original French as Les Moulins de mon cœur), and by British singer Hugh Coltman on the deeply moving theme from Gran Torino, which they will play to clips from the movie.

Kyle Eastwood, as a part-time Parisian, chose the festival to give lovers of jazz and movies a unique evening in the precious and woody Maison des Océans amphitheater.

Kyle Eastwood: doublebass / Andrew Mc Cormack: piano / Quentin Collins: trumpet / Brandon Allen: saxophone / Chris Higginbottom: drums
Featuring: Camille Bertault: vocals/ Hugh Coltman: vocals
& Exceptional guest: Ibrahim Maalouf (trumpet)

🎸 Quintet, double bass, trumpet & vocals
🎵  Iconic movie soundtracks
👩‍💼   Exceptional venue
🏛️  Luxurious woodwork, light fixtures and frescoes

Second concert of Kyle Eastwood at 9:30pm

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – Sarah Lenka – Women ‘n’ Jazz stage

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© Hugues Anhes

Album "Women's Legacy"

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Monday, May 11th 2020 – 2020 // Hôtel Lutetia

SARAH LENKA WOMEN’S LEGACY

WOMEN IN JAZZ STAGE

GEM ALERT!

Young and mesmerizing singer-songwriter Sarah Lenka is known for her very personal renditions, as well as her moving raspy voice. Dubbed as early as 2007 “Best Female Vocalist” by Sacem, she has never stopped honoring the repertoire of the greatest jazz singers (Billie Holidai, Bessie Smith). For her fourth album “Women’s Legacy”, Sarah Lenka chose to pay tribute to feminism by covering songs by African-American slave women. A history and legacy of women that the singer wanted to convey to the public as a victory on abuse and silence. With her intensely sensitive voice and her jazzy world borrowing from folk and blues music, she captivates her audience by singing the emotions that haunt her. Hôtel Lutetia’s Salon Cristal will thus become, for one evening, the jewel box for these odes to love and life.

Sarah Lenka: vocals / Taofik Farah: guitar / Cong Minh Pham: keyboard / Géraud Portal: double bass / Yoann Serra: drums

🎤  Vocal Jazz & Blues
🎵  Tribute to women
👩‍💼  Gem of the French jazz scene
🏛️ Iconic hotel

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POSTPONED TO FALL 2020 – Youn Sun Nah Trio

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© Sung Yull Nah

Album "Immersion"

POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

YOUN SUN NAH TRIO

A unique and extraordinary talent

Since the release of her albums “Same Girl” in 2010 and “Lento” in 2013 (both went gold in France and Germany) South Korean singer-songwriter Youn Sun Nah resides in France and sells out shows all across the globe. Over the course of 10 years, her intense and deeply moving voice has made her one of the greatest jazz singers in the world.

For her tenth album “Immersion”, she has recruited producer and multi-instrumentalist Clément Ducol, arranger to Camille and Melody Gardot. In her endless quest for freedom, Youn Sun Nah offers us a musical gem, confirming the incomparable range of her vocal skills, mixing her own electropop-infused compositions with personal covers (Marvin Gaye, Leonard Cohen, Michel Legrand, George Harrison…)

In keeping with the exceptional concerts taking place for eleven years in this iconic venue (Michel Legrand, Melnie de Biasio, Erik Truffaz, Yaron Herman/Michel Portal/Matthieu Chedid…) and for her only Paris concert, the talented singer will immerse her audience in a fascinating world, accompanied by two highly-coveted contemporary jazz multi-instrumentalists: Tomek Miernowski at the guitar and the keyboard and Rémi Vignolo at the bass and the drums.

Youn Sun Nah: vocals / Tomek Miernowski: guitars, piano, keyboard, programmation / Rémi Vignolo: drums, doublebass, electric bass, programmation

🎤 Vocal Jazz
🎵 Standards & compositions
👩‍💼 Must-see artist
🏛️ Iconic venue

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