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La fabrique du jazz

Concert at Montauban
  • 2nd edition LA FABRIQUE DU JAZZ - Concerts, exhibition, strolls, conferences, meeting ... A tribute to Hugues Panassié, great jazz critic born in Montauban, LA FABRIQUE DU JAZZ looks back on the great standards dear to this passionate person who made jazz an art of living, while opening the door to new generations of musicians… WEDNESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER: • Musical stroll by the quartet Le Petit Orleans / Marché place Lalaque, pedestrian streets in the heart of town, Place Nationale… • Concert...
    2nd edition LA FABRIQUE DU JAZZ - Concerts, exhibition, strolls, conferences, meeting ... A tribute to Hugues Panassié, great jazz critic born in Montauban, LA FABRIQUE DU JAZZ looks back on the great standards dear to this passionate person who made jazz an art of living, while opening the door to new generations of musicians… WEDNESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER: • Musical stroll by the quartet Le Petit Orleans / Marché place Lalaque, pedestrian streets in the heart of town, Place Nationale… • Concert “Du Vian entre les ears ”/ Homage to Boris Vian with the Bergin 'Trio | 5 p.m. - Free Memo media library, by reservation at the Mémo Engineer, trumpeter, poet, novelist, translator, lyricist, singer, jazz critic, record producer, actor… Boris Vian, a genius “jack of all trades” is one of the most outstanding figures of the post-war period. To celebrate this pioneer of jazz and French song who would have been 100 years old on March 10, 2020, Trio Bergin '(quartet version) offers to rediscover his humorous and jazzy songs. *************************************************** ***** THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24: • Musical conference hosted by Pierre Christophe around the improvisation giant Erroll Garner | 6.30 p.m. - Olympe de Gouges Theater Free on reservation • Original Jazzpirin Quartet | 7 pm - Parvis of the Olympe de Gouges theater Traditional jazz and New Orleans repertoire. Matthias Meier (clarinet, soprano sax), Emmanuel Saraïva (clarinet, tenor sax), Yves Proal (double bass), Charles Schaettel (banjo, tenor guitar) • Opening of the exhibition “Retrospective of the Jazz Factory | 7:30 pm - Foyer of the Olympe de Gouges theater • Concert Pierre Christophe Quartet - Tribute to Erroll Garner | 9 p.m. - Olympe de Gouges Theater (Tariff C) A genius improviser and piano magician, Erroll Garner is a constant source of inspiration for jazz musicians. As Ahmad Jamal perfectly summed it up, his music unites three qualities rare in a single artist: it makes you laugh, it makes you cry and it makes you think. Grand Prix du Hot Club de France 2017 Pierre Christophe (piano), Sébastien Girardot (double bass), Laurent Bataille (congas), Stan Laferrière (drums) ******************* ************************************ FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25: • Lecture series | 3 pm to 5 pm - Auditorium of the Mémo • Christian Kitzinger “Photographing jazz” In symbiosis with the music played, photography can be inspiration, improvisation, beauty, cry, freedom, expression, rhythm. Photographing jazz also takes place in a setting subject to the agreement and respect of musicians. • Charles Schaettel “Bricks and Jazz”, Jazz in Toulouse since the 1930s From the First World War, jazz arrived in Europe with troops sent in support. This living music, both popular and scholarly, conquered the Parisian stages before being established in all regions. Toulouse then established itself as one of the richest breeding grounds for jazz musicians. • Ayo Concert | 9 p.m. - Olympe de Gouges Theater (Tariff B) Since his very remarkable debut in 2006 with the heady hit Down on my knees, the folk-soul artist has had a series of successes. Recognized for her beautiful sensitivity, the German-Nigerian singer comes to present her album Royal. This new opus consists of covers from other artists, such as Throw it Away by singer Abbey Lincoln and Born somewhere, by Maxime le Forestier, who sings universality. Freddy Koella (guitar), Denis Benarrosh (drums), Gael Rakotondrabe (piano), Laurent Vernerey (double bass), Ayo (vocals) *********************** ********************************* SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26: • Meeting with Hélène Nougaro around the theme "Claude Nougaro, the rhythm, words, jazz… ”| 11 am - Old College Chapel Free, by reservation • Jazz at the kiosk with the Aramsu ensemble | from 11:30 am to 1 pm - Allées Mortarieu Kiosk Free • Anne Paceo “Bright Shadows” concert | 9 p.m. - Olympe de Gouges Theater (Tariff C) Anne Paceo's odyssey, with Bright Shadows, takes on a powerful introspective dimension with captivating poetics.In addition to signing the writing and dictating the rhythmic orientation, the drummer takes the microphone to better “sing her poem to the world”. Anne Paceo (vocals, drums), Tony Paeleman (keyboards), Pierre Perchaud (guitar), Christophe Panzani (saxophone), Florent Mateo (vocals), Ann Shirley (vocals). *************************************************** ***** SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27: • Nicolas Gardel & Rémi Panossian concert "The Mirror" | 5 p.m. - Olympe de Gouges theater (Tarif C) Pianist Rémi Panossian (RP3) and trumpeter Nicolas Gardel (The Headbangers) come together around the common desire to dialogue together in a minimalist formation, not tolerating pretense. A meeting where the two artists look at each other as their own reflections. They offer us music in their image, passionate, lyrical and surprising. From Duke Ellington to Pop, their repertoire, nourished by original compositions, embraces the roots, the present and the next day. Nicolas Gardel (trumpet), Nicolas Panossian (piano)
Schedules
Schedules
  • From September 23, 2020 until September 27, 2020