Content by tag "France"

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Frédéric Gomes at les Deux Moulins

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Frédéric Gomes
les Deux Moulins
Paris / Montmartre
June 13, 2019

To the right of the famous Moulin Rouge dinner show theatre in jny: Paris, a narrow cobbled street rises towards Montmartre. It is rue Lepic, where Les Deux Moulins (the two windmills) is situated. It appears as ...

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Remi Toulon With Gilles Rea At Chez Papa

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Chez Papa
Remi Toulon & Gilles Rea
Paris
June 7, 2019

Chez Papa in St Germain des Prés, jny: Paris, is deep in the heart of the Latin Quarter, now one of the most expensive areas in the city. It has an air of 1960s Paris jazz clubs complete with visitor's ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Catherine Farhi: Finding Home in the New Morning

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What do an iconic Paris jazz club, the Arabic language and the Egyptian Surrealist movement have in common?

The answer sat in a Montmartre flat in the heights of Paris, surrounded by plants and books and wearing a long royal blue spring dress. Catherine Farhi is all these things at once, and more.

NEWS: RECORDING

Aneta George and Martin Milcent Trio Release Playground on Moods and Modes

Aneta George and Martin Milcent Trio Release Playground on Moods and Modes

Moods and Modes is thrilled to announce the release of the latest album by Aneta George and Martin Milcent Trio entitled Playground available on all platforms. 'When you listen with your heart, the whole world is your playground.'- this is the main message of the new studio album of Aneta George, a jazz/world music singer and composer. ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Nine Reasons To Believe In Love And Endure Pain Revealed In Neni Carolina Chacin's New Album Paris II

Nine Reasons To Believe In Love And Endure Pain Revealed In Neni Carolina Chacin's New Album Paris II

Neni Carolina Chacin born in Venezuela and raised between USA and UK but now living in jny: Paris, France, has earned global following for blending gospel, jazz and pop with a true inner intention and sensibility to help other live their dreams. Paris II is Neni’s second Jazz studio album from Paris and is her most intimate ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Live From Paris: Danyèl Waro, Beñat Achiary & Haffyd H

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Danyèl Waro/Beñat Achiary
Théâtre Romain Rolland
February 21, 2019

This extraordinary double bill was part of the 28th edition of Sons D'Hiver, a festival that spans around three weeks, presenting gigs at various venues in the Val-de-Marne zone of south-eastern Paris. The French Basque vocalist Beñat Achiary opened the evening ...

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Jazz Migration 2018

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Le Dynamo-Banlieu Bleue
Jazz Migration
Paris
December 3, 2018

Selection/support of talent Jazz Migration started in 2002 to foster, accompany and support the professional career of selected young talent in jazz. Coaching is an important aspect of it and at the core stands the organization and procurement of concerts, nationally and internationally, ...

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Jazz Sur Son 31 2018

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October 5th marked the start of the 2018 edition of Jazz Sur Son 31 in jny:Toulouse and its neighbouring towns. If jazz is part of Toulouse's DNA, a good reminder of this comes from the legacy of one the city's most popular artists, the singer Claude Nougaro who immortalised his hometown in the ballad “O Toulouse." ...

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Memories of Woodstock: Joan Baez at Jazz in Marciac 2018

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If you're a jazz fan, you'll almost certainly have heard of Marciac. But if it's the first time you're going there, and you don't know much about the place, you may well experience some confusion. If you've flown in, you're most likely driving over from jny:Toulouse, the nearest airport. You've prepared your GPS and entered in ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Two on Umlaut Records with bassist Sébastien Beliah

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The Paris-based double-bassist and composer Sébastien Beliah has quite a history, being in smaller ensembles such as Wark (alongside alto saxophonist Marc Baron, tenor saxophonist Antoine Daures and percussionist Guillaume Dommartin), R.Mutt (with alto saxophonist Pierre-Antoine Badaroux and percussionist Antonin Gerbal) and Un Poco Loco (with tenor saxophonist/clarinetist Geoffroy Grombone and trombonist Fidel Fourneyron), and also ...