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Noé Clerc trio

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Thomas Enhco & Stéphane Kerecki

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THOMAS ENHCO & STÉPHANE KERECKI

Two virtuosos without borders

Pianist and composer Thomas Enhco grew up in a family of illustrious classical music artists, the Casadesus, including step-father Didier Lockwood. He perfected his skills on the piano exploring classical music as well as jazz, guided by his rich heritage. For over fifteen years now, he has graced the French and international scenes with his talent, exploring both musical worlds with audacity. During lockdown, he connected with very-in-demand double bass player Stéphane Kerecki, an artist renowned for the sensitive and generous nature of his style. Together, both masters are working on a new repertoire with classical music, soul, pop and personal compositions providing the musical outlines to an album to be recorded later this year: a rare opportunity to discover this duo on stage for the very first time in Paris. Be prepared to be swept away by their deeply moving music without borders.

Thomas Enhco: piano / Stéphane Kerecki: doublebass

1st part: NOÉ CLERC TRIO

Debuting in 2018, accordionist Noé Clerc’s trio was awarded the « Leopold Bellan » prize in 2018 and the instrumentalist prize at the La Défense Jazz Festival in 2021. Impressing fellow musician Vincent Peirani after winning this festival’s talent show in 2019, Noé Clerc was shepherded by the respected accordionist who took the role of musical director for his new album “Secret place” (Jazz Magazine’s best breakthrough album). The young trio delights audiences with its intimate numbers stemming from a wealth of inspirations and a bold musical range: blues, contemporary jazz, impressionist and traditional music. A decisively modern encounter with three instruments rarely associated together and played with great virtuosity.

Noé Clerc: accordion / Clément Daldosso: doublebass / Elie Martin-Charrière: drums, percussions

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