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Emie R. Roussel

Originally from the south shore of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), and an adopted resident of Rimouski, Emie Rioux-Roussel discovered the fascinating world of music through her parents, themselves musicians and singers. She began studying classical piano at the age of 5 and continued lessons until she was 13. After a complete two-year break, she decided to follow her instincts and her love of improvisation to begin studying jazz with her father, jazz pianist Martin Roussel. He would be her mentor until she started college studies at Cégep de St-Laurent under the guidance of Lorraine Desmarais. She completed her diploma in jazz piano performance and was awarded the college’s “Very High Distinction” grant

Rythme de Passage

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Yatse Club; Rythme de Passage; Agent Orange; Maltagliati; Taniata; Est; Loners; Empreinte;

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Rythme de Passage

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
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Celebrating Carmen McRae's Centennial

Read "Celebrating Carmen McRae's Centennial" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

The broadcast includes new releases from Duchess, Kandace Springs, Nina Simone and Carla Hassett with birthday shoutouts to Carmen McRae on her centennial, Alberta Hunter, (who was not only a superb performer but also a professional health care worker for more than 20 years), Billie Holiday, guitarist Sister Rosetta Tharpe and pianist Marian McPartland.

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To A New Day - a Lockdown Broadcast

Read "To A New Day - a Lockdown Broadcast" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

A special two hour remote broadcast of A Broad Spectrum -includes new releases from pianists Connie Han and Emie R. Roussel, guitarist Jocelyn Gould, vocalists Laila Biali, Thana Alexa, Lenora Zenzalai Helm and trumpetists Rachel Therrien and Jeremy Pelt , with a belated birthday shoutout to Jazz Master Bobby McFerrin. Playlist Connie Han “Mr. ...

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Emie R. Roussel Trio: Rythme de Passage

Read "Rythme de Passage" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The artist's job: Find your voice. The Montreal-based Emie Rioux Roussel Trio has spent ten years at the endeavor, one that has taken the group to Japan, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy and Estonia, garnering many prestigious award nominations along the way. The music on Rythme de Passage, the group's fifth album release, displays sharply-defined ...

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Jazz In Paris

Read "Jazz In Paris" reviewed by Martin McFie

Various VenuesParis, France March 11-15, 2020 jny:Paris is a timeless and beautiful city, uniform in its Hausmann architecture and relaxed in its easy, cool charm. Not all jazz clubs here have the same presentation. These are some of the clubs and the styles of music being presented live in the city. ...


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