JWQ Showcase 2017

Friday, October 20, 2017



“Not since the halcyon days of Art Blakey and Horace Silver has anyone carried the hard bop quintent mantle so confidently and assiduously as Eastwood and Company.”…..Jazzweekly.com

“IN TRANSIT finds Kyle Eastwood and company in their element while still exploring new territories and classics.  Check it out.  It’s hot!” ………Sounds of Timeless Jazz

(LOS ANGELES, October 17, 2017)  Capping two extraordinary decades as a recording and performing artist, Kyle Eastwood’s stylistically eclectic new album In Transit reflects the whirlwind reality of the breakneck schedule that Kyle and his longtime ensemble keep as they perform three quarters of the year in Europe - with a yearly jaunt to Asian countries and occasional swings to the U.S.

The Los Angeles bred, Paris based bassist and composer estimates that about half of the tracks were “road tested,” with a few rendered completely fresh in the studio. “That’s part of the concept, all the moving around and spending time on the road and working through our favorite material.

”Just as on his previous two critically acclaimed collections The View from Here and Time Pieces, Kyle plays with a powerfully swinging yet beautifully soulful and sensual quintet of young English musicians. The longest-term members of Kyle’s powerhouse quintet are pianist Andrew McCormack (12 years) and trumpeter and flugelhornist Quentin Collins (9 years). Newer to the fold, and adding brilliantly to the shared chemistry, are tenor and soprano saxophonist Brandon Allen (who made his first appearance on Time Pieces) and the latest member, drummer Chris Higginbottom.

After inviting renowned Italian saxophonist Stefano Di Battista to join the ensemble on numerous gigs throughout Europe, Kyle invited him to bring his lush and lyrical sensibilities to the Sextant La Fonderie Studio in Malakoff, France to record on four tracks of the new album. The most prominent of these is the intimate and dreamlike acoustic re-imagining of “Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso,” which was penned by Ennio Morricone, one of Kyle’s favorite film composers; having previously played with the great Italian composer, Di Battista brings an intimate familiarity to the piece. 

“We all have similar tastes in music,” he adds, “and after playing together for a while have truly developed a unique musical camaraderie and dialogue that allows us to play seamlessly in sync and intuitively know just when to break for every member to take a solo Growing up, Kyle’s legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood, loved jazz and played the piano, and his mother spun everything from Motown to jazz from the 50’s to the 70’s. Kyle’s initial passion for jazz was kindled not only by attending concerts by Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Stan Getz, Buddy Rich and (his first) Count Basie, but also having the opportunity to meet these legends.

While mastering piano, guitar, electric and ultimately the acoustic bass, Kyle’s ever-evolving jazz sensibilities gravitated towards classic groups of the 50’s and 60’s that captured the spirit of what he calls “lyrical hard bop, full of groove and sophisticated harmonies. This style was exemplified by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers when Lee Morgan and Wayne Shorter were in the group, Horace Silver’s Blue Note recordings and different quintets Miles Davis had throughout the 60’s. As a bassist, Kyle was also deeply influenced by another giant of this era, Charles Mingus, whom he and his ensemble pays spirited homage to via an explosive, horn fired version of the classic “Boogie Stop Shuffle” which wraps In Transit’s multi-faceted journey.

The rhythmically intense, vibrantly re-imagined jazz classics on In Transit – Count Basie’s “Blues in Hoss’ Flat,” Mingus’ “Boogie Stop Shuffle” and Thelonious Monk’s “We See” – create a wonderful dual sense for Kyle of coming full circle paying homage to his influences while bringing those traditions into a forward thinking contemporary context. Original compositions like the freewheeling funk-jazz hybrid “Rockin’ Ronnies” (an homage to Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, the band’s favorite London hotspot) and the brisk, high octane trip through a frenetic “Rush Hour” highlight the compositional talents of each member individually and collectively. Other key tracks include the McCormack penned “Jarreau,” a whimsical romp that pays tribute to the late great Al Jarreau, which borrows some harmony lines and chord changes from the singer’s “Not Like This,” and “Soulful Times,” a soaring and soul-jazz piece that opens the collection and introduces the ensemble’s sense of easy swing, bright piano harmonies, dynamic horns and the infectious pocket grooves of Kyle and Chris Higginbottom.

Throughout the first decade of his recording career, Kyle flirted with a variety of interesting stylistic approaches, including sophisticated electro-cool jazz (Paris Blue, 2004), smooth and playfully grooving jazz with hints of the 70s’ (Now, 2006) and an artsy, chic, urban, culturally eclectic vibe (Metropolitan, 2009). The release of 2011’s Songs From the Chateau marked a decidedly fresh new era in the bassist’s musical evolution, committed to the kind of ensemble spirit Kyle speaks so fondly of.

True to its kinetic title, In Transit finds Kyle and his band running the gamut of emotional musical terrain while opening up to fresh horizons with a sense of curiosity and adventure. “I really think everyone played their pants off on this album, and I’m really happy with the way it turned out,”

Stay Connected:
Website:    www.kyleeastwood.com Facebook:  www.facebook.com/KyleEastwoodOfficial Twitter:       @KyleEastwood

Sheryl Feuerstein



USA: Ranky Tanky -Ranky Tanky (2017)

Gullah comes from West African language and means a people blessed by God . Ranky Tanky translates loosely as Work It, or Get Funky! In this spirit this Charleston, SC based quintet performs timeless music of Gullah culture born in the southeastern Sea Island region of the United States. South Carolina natives Quentin Baxter, Kevin Hamilton, Charlton Singleton, and Clay Ross first came together in 1998, fresh out of University, to form a seminal Charleston jazz quartet... joinjed with celebrated vocalist Qiana Parler. Touring all of 2018

Thursday, October 19, 2017

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USA: BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center Presents PERSON PLACE THING With Randy Cohen Featuring Guest Jack Kleinsinger

In Association with Tribeca PAC
Featuring Guest Jack Kleinsinger

Friday, October 20th at 7 p.m.

The BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center is proud to partner with host Randy Cohen for his "Person Place Thing" podcast and radio show. The first featured guest is Jack Kleinsinger on Friday, October 20 at 7 p.m. Tickets to the recording are $10 and available online, at the door and by phone at (212) 220-1460.
Upcoming shows in this series include Woody King, Jr. (March 6, 2018) and Randy Weston (April 3, 2018).
"Person Place Thing" is an interview show recorded around New York and based on this idea: People are particularly engaging when they speak not about themselves, but about something they care about. Guests talk about one person, one place and one thing that is important to them. The result? Surprising stories from great talkers. This show is taped and will broadcast at a later date on public radio throughout the Northeast (WNYE, 91.5 FM in NYC), as well made available online.
Randy Cohen, creator and host of "Person Place Thing" began his career writing humor pieces, essays and stories for newspapers and magazines such as The New Yorker, Harpers and The Atlantic. He won three Emmys for his writing on "Late Night With David Letterman" and a fourth Emmy for his work on Michael Moore’s TV Nation. For 12 years he wrote "The Ethicist," a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. In 2010, his first play, “The Punishing Blow,” ran at New York’s Clurman Theater. His most recent book, "Be Good: How to Navigate the Ethics of Everything," was published by Chronicle. 
Jazz impresario Jack Kleinsinger was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of North Florida and is a former Assistant Attorney General of the State of New York. Kleinsinger started producing "Highlights in Jazz" — the longest-running, continuous jazz series in the history of New York City — 45 years ago. He has produced many concerts in New York City schools, colleges and prisons, and co-produced programs for the Newport and New York Jazz festivals as well as for the Jazz Festival in Nice, France. His honors and awards include the 1997 JVC Jazz Festival concert, "Thanks to Jack Kleinsinger for 25 Years of Highlights in Jazz,” the Charlie Parker Memorial Award presented at the 52nd Street Americana Festival, and a proclamation by Manhattan Borough President C. Viginia Fields designating February 5 as Jack Kleinsinger Day in the borough. 
BMCC Tribeca PAC is Downtown Manhattan’s premier presenter of the arts, reaching audiences from the college community, downtown residential and business communities, local schools, families and audiences of all ages. BMCC Tribeca PAC strives to present a broad global perspective through the presentation of high-quality artistic work in music, theatre, dance, film and visual arts. Located on the Borough of Manhattan Community College campus, 199 Chambers Street (between Greenwich Avenue and West Street, the theatre is convenient to the 2/3, A/C/E and R/W subway lines and the New Jersey Path Train. For more information visit www.tribecapac.org.

USA: BIG NEWS - Debut Album Release, "To Know Love..."

Releasing debut album, "To Know Love..."

Hi y'all! I'm happy to share that I'll be independently releasing my debut vocal jazz album, "To Know Love..." on 01/19/18. It's a while away still, I know, but I promise I'll make it worth it by sharing goodies about the recording process and story behind the album!

We recorded the album at Marigny Studios in New Orleans, the same studio Preservation Hall Jazz Band used to release their last few CDs (if you know their type of awesome, big ensemble work). The album is a collection of some of my favourite jazz standards and Brazilian tunes, arranged modernly with folk and world influences.

Click below to view a little teaser for the album:

Early praise for the album: 
“...there is nothing simple about Schafer’s improvisational skills and satin-smooth tone. She is a master of her craft...Whatever her musicians do, they only enhance [her] style and beauty. She is the diamond necklace hanging around the necks of these band members and glittering brightly.
- Musical Memoirs

“...she changes dynamics and range like a closing reliever on the languid “Body and Soul,” slithers a samba’d “Almost Like Being In Love” and does a peppy front line with Black on “S’Wonderful/They Can’t Take That Away From Me.” More intimately, her duet with Butts which opens “Lush Life” makes you beg for more of the same. Impressive foray."   - Jazz Weekly

That's the big news for now! Take a listen if you'd like, and please feel free to share the music.
Keep an eye out for posts with goodies from the recording process and a pre-sale link next month as well.

In a couple of weeks I'll be traveling to Japan with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. We'll be doing 26 shows over there and performing at a couple of venues on my bucket list, including Billboard Live Osaka, Cotton Club Tokyo, and the Nagoya Blue Note, so I'm quite excited for the month of November!

And if you're ever interested in where I'm touring, I do keep a list of tour dates updated on BandsInTown!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Netherlands/USA: Reeds and Deeds at Mahogany Hall

 Reeds & Deeds, the music of Roland Kirk
October 21, 2017
21:00 (9pm)
Mahogany Hall
Strandbadpaviljoen Edam
Zeevangszeedijk 7A
1135 PZ Edam

Reeds & Deeds is a celebration of the music of American jazz multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Renowned for his onstage vitality, during which virtuoso improvisation was accompanied by comic banter, political ranting, and the ability to play several instruments, Kirk inspired many musicians in the US and The Netherlands.

Kirk wrote numerous beautiful compositions, such as "The Inflated Tear", "A Laugh for Rory", "Many Blessings", "Vertigo", "Limbo Boat" and "Gifts and Messages".
Frans Vermeerssen did a whole project around Kirk's music back in 1995, resulting in his quintet's famous album One for Rahsaan. Austin Jazz Workshop's season on Kirk featured Alex Coke
performing live and recording the album Mystery Note. For this date, Coke, together with fellow reed
player Bo van de Graaf, assembled an all-star band wihich includes a stellar rhythm section that features bassist Arjen Gorter, drummer Makki van Engelen, and pianist Michiel Braam.
The Reeds & Deeds project refers to an 1963 album recorded by Kirk. The sextet features

Alex Coke- tenorsax and flute
Frans Vermeerssen- tenor and sopranosax
Bo van de Graaf- soprano, alto and tenorsax
Michiel Braam- piano
Arjen Gorter- double bass

Makki van Engelen drums
For more information about this upcoming concert please visit:

For more information about the Reeds and Deeds Project please email: muzyqq@gmail.com

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBg8rwo7dSc

SPAIN/CUBA: Rafael Garces & Free Art Band


 Rafael Garcés international jazz award presents us :

 Rafael Garces Saxophonist-Pianist and Producer
 Carmen Cano -Singer
 Alvaro Gandul -Pianist
 Pedro Terron -Bass
 Daniel Galiano -Drums

Rafael Garces & Free Art Band
It is the musical band that is formed following the album of Jazz '' Next Station '' Rafael Garcés Composer.
Musicians and singers of national and international prestige join Rafael Garces to offer a concept of free improvisation and make music an art.

''La Comparsa'' Rafael Garces & Free Art Band

''WHITE BOARD'' Afrocuban Jazz Music

Next Station is the album that the Cuban jazz saxophonist and pianist Rafael Garcés just released. Follower of the work of John Coltrane and the cubop created by New York musicians Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Machito, Mario Bauza, Garcés brings us an impeccable work, with its own nuances but akin to modern jazz tradition that thrives on this occasion with accents of Afro-Cuban, blues and flamenco music.
For this occasion, Garcés has surrounded himself with a group of high-quality musicians, including which we can highlight the presence of a special guest, Ignacio Berroa, one of the drummers with the most influence in jazz today.

FRANCE; MyBuzz Productions / Newsletter Automne/Fall 2017

Chers Amis, Dear Friends,

Après un formidable été pour nos artistes, nous sommes heureux de vous retrouver pour cette rentrée musicale très prometteuse. Deux nouveaux albums: Didier Lockwood, nouvelle signature chez Sony sort son premier album sous son nom depuis plus de 10 ans, « Open Doors », accompagné par André Céccarrelli, Antonio Farao et Darryl Hall (Nov 17), Sophie Alour, sortira « Time for Love » un album de ballades, lyrique et tout en sensibilité (Fév 2018), et Olivier Bogé, nouvelle signature dans notre agence, sortira "When Ghosts Were Young", un disque lumineux, à fleur de peau (Nov 17).
Trois Grands Projets en Tournée: la Grande Dame du Jazz, Rhoda Scott célébrera en 2018 ses 80 printemps, avec pour l’occasion un exceptionnel Lady All Stars Project pour l’accompagner. Patricia Petibon, la soprano collorature, sera en tournée exceptionnelle l’été prochain avec Didier Lockwood et Dimitri Naïditch (un disque annoncé au Printemps 2018, Sony France) et enfin, Stephane Belmondo prépare un grand projet musical pour rendre hommage à son ami Philippe Sarde, le célèbre compositeur de Musiques de Film.
Et toujours en tournée, pour notre plus grand bonheur, les formidables Jacky Terrasson, Lionel Belmondo, Marcio Faraco, Grégory Privat, Mathilde. Et nous vous réservons d’autres surprises au cours de l’Automne. Bonne Rentrée à tous !
Following to a successful summer for our artists, we are glad to welcome you back and to announce very nice upcoming new projects: Two new albums being released: Didier Lockwood, new signature at Sony, will release his first album since the last 10 years, « Open Doors », a all star quartet with André Ceccarelli (drums), Antonio Farao and Darryl Hall (Nov 17). Sophie Alour will release « Time for Love », a very lyrical and sensitive ballad’s album (Feb 2018). And Olivier Bogé, new signature in our agency will release "When Ghosts Were Young", a solar and promising album,

Three Great Tour Projects: Rhoda Scott will celebrate her 80th Birthday, with a special Lady All Star Band. Patricia Petibon, the french
ligera coloratura soprano will tour next summer with Didier Lockwood (violin) and Dimitri Naïditch (piano), a new album being released in Spring 2018.

And still on tour, our artists Jacky Terrasson, Lionel Belmondo, Marcio Faraco, Grégory Privat, Mathilde. And more surprises to be announced shortly. Welcome back !

MyBuzz Productions Team,

Didier Lockwood - Open Doors
Dix ans qu’on attendait un disque de Didier Lockwood sous son nom ! Et quel disque ! Un quartet international luxueux, avec le swinguant Dédé Ceccarrelli à la batterie, le bouillonnant pianiste Romain Antonio Farao, et le solide Darryl Hall à la contrebasse. Un vrai disque de Jazz, sortie internationale chez Sony, et un projet qui prendra la route dès le printemps prochain. L'événement de cette rentrée musicale !
We have been waiting almost 10 years for Didier Lockwood's new album. And such a nice project ! An international quartet with the swinging André Ceccarelli on drums, the effervescent italian pianist Antonio Farao, and the solid Darryl Hall on double bass. A real Jazz Album, being internationally released on Sony. The band will start touring next spring. The big event from this Fall !
En Tournée: Printemps - Eté 2018 - Saison 18/19 - On Tour: Spring - Summer 2018 - Season 18/19
Sophie Alour - Time for Love
 "Time for Love", le nouvel opus de Sophie Alour sortira le 2 février 2018 sur son propre label (distribué par l'Autre Distribution), un album consacré aux ballades et notamment à celles immortalisées par Shirley Horn, Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald ou Nina Simone. Entourée de la fine fleur du jazz, Rhoda Scott, Alain Jean-Marie, Dédé Ceccarelli, Glenn Ferris, Stéphane Belmondo, David El Malek (qui assure la direction musicale du projet),  et un quintet à vent arrangé par François Théberge,  Sophie Alour confirme sa sensibilité et son expressivité dans le registre des ballades de Jazz. Time for Love est une belle aventure collective qui sillonnera les routes de France et d’ailleurs, tout au long de la saison 2018/2019.
"Time for Love", Sophie Alour's new opus will be released on February 2, 2018 on her own label (distributed by l'Autre Distribution), an album devoted to ballads and especially those immortalized by Shirley Horn, Joni Mitchell, Ella Fitzgerald or Nina Simone. Surrounded by the very best jazz musicians in France (Stéphane Belmondo, David El Malek (who is in charge of the musical direction of the project), and a wind quintet arranged by François Théberge, Rhoda Scott, Alain Jean-Marie, Dédé Ceccarelli) Sophie Alour confirms its sensitivity and expressiveness in the Jazz ballads. Time for Love is a great collective adventure that will hit the road of France and elsewhere, throughout the 2018/2019 season.

Voir le Teaser Video - Watch the Teaser
En Tournée: Printemps - Eté 2018 - Saison 18/19 - On Tour: Spring - Summer 2018 - Season 18/19
Olivier Bogé - When Ghosts Were Young
 Après «The World Begins Today » enregistré à New York avec Tigran Hamasyan, et « Expanded Places » largement salué par les médias, Olivier Bogé présente son nouvel opus. Animé par un amour sans limite de la mélodie, ce musicien singulier use de ses capacités de multi-instrumentiste (pianiste de formation classique, c’est un saxophoniste de jazz reconnu qui joue aussi de la guitare acoustique) pour mieux sonder ses univers intérieurs. S’affirmant disque après disque comme créateur de mondes où les frontières entre jazz, folk, rock et classique s’effacent, il présente « When Ghosts Were Young », une ode à l’innocence de l’enfance qui fait resurgir ces fantômes, ces âmes intérieures préservées au fond de chacun d’entre nous et ranime leur capacité d’émerveillement par le pouvoir expressif de la musique. Un disque lumineux et lyrique, à fleur de peau, comme son auteur. Avec Pierre Perchaud (guitare), Tony Paeleman (piano), Nicolas Moreaux (contrebasse), Karl Jannuska (batterie) et Isabel Sörling (voix) sur un titre.

Following to «The World Begins Today" recorded in New York with Tigran Hamasyan, and "Expanded Places" widely acclaimed by the media, Olivier Bogé presents his new opus. Animated by an unlimited love of melody, this singular musician uses his capacities as a multi-instrumentalist (classical pianist, a renowned jazz saxophonist who also plays acoustic guitar) to better explore his inner universes. Being, step by step, a creator of worlds where the boundaries between jazz, folk, rock and classical fade, Olivier presents "When Ghosts Were Young," an ode to the innocence of childhood that makes these ghosts reappear, these inner souls preserved at the bottom of each one of us and revives their capacity of wonder by the expressive power of music. A luminous and lyrical disc, like its author. With Pierre Perchaud (guitar), Tony Paeleman (piano), Nicolas Moreaux (double bass), Karl Jannuska (drums) and Isabel Sörling (voice) on one track.

Découvrez un Titre - Discover One Song
Label: Jazz&People - Release: 17/11/17
En Tournée: Printemps - Eté 2018 - Saison 18/19 - On Tour: Spring - Summer 2018 - Season 18/19


Rhoda Scott - The Happy Birthday Tour
Rhoda Scott célébrera ses 80 printemps en 2018, pour cette occasion exceptionnelle la Grande Dame du Jazz sera entouré d’un Lady All Star composée de Sophie Alour (ténor), Lisa Cat-Berro (Alto), Julie Saury (Drums) et en spécial Guests: Airelle Besson (trompette), Géraldine Laurent (Ténor), Anne Pacéo (drums).

Rhoda Scott will celebrate her 80th Birthday in 2018, and for this amazing birthday, “La Grande Dame du Jazz” will tour with a Lady All Star project with  Sophie Alour (Ténor sax), Lisa Cat-Berro (Alto sax), Julie Saury (Drums) et en spécial Guests: Airelle Besson (Trumpet), Géraldine Laurent (Ténor Sax), Anne Pacéo (Drums).

Tours Printemps/Ete 2018 - Saison 18/19 - Tours Spring/Summer 2018 - Season 18/19

Patricia Petibon - Didier Lockwood - Dimitri Naïditch
Rencontre au sommet, entre Patricia Petibon, la formidable soprano collorature, et Didier Lockwood, le grand maître du violon et de l'improvisation et son fidèle et talentueux pianiste ukrainien Dimitri Naïditch. Un trio exceptionnel et inédit, qui navigue joyeusement, aux frontières du Jazz, de l'Opéra et de la Musique Classique. Un disque sortira au Printemps prochain sur le label Sony et une tournée exceptionnelle l'été prochain du 11 au 24 Juillet 2018.

A rare and unique project between Patricia Petibon, the amazing ligera coloratura soprano, Didier Lockwood, the great master of violin and improvisation and his faithful and talented Ukrainian pianist Dimitri Naïditch. An exceptional and unprecedented trio, joyfully mixing Jazz, Opera and Classical Music. A record will be released next Spring on Sony label and a tour next summer from July 11 to 24, 2018.

Tour: 11-24 Juillet 2018 - 11th to 24th of July 2018
Tournée en accord avec Machreich Artists Management


Stephane Belmondo joue Philippe Sarde
C'est en écoutant la version de "La Chanson d'Hélène"  (les Choses de la Vie) de Stephane Belmondo dans le "Love for Chet" que Philippe Sarde, le célèbre compositeur de Musiques de Films a souhaité rencontrer cet interprète qui l'avait ému. Philippe Sarde, c'est 50 ans de compositions exceptionnelles pour le cinéma Français (Claude Sautet, Pierre Granier-Defferre, Roger Vadim, Georges Lautner, Bertrand Tavernier, Yves Boisset, André Téchinet, Jacques Doillon, Alexandre Arcady, et bien d'autres encore) et 11 Nominations et Victoires au César de la Musique. Et c'est tout naturellement qu'une amitié sincère est né entre les deux artistes et que ce projet s'est dessiné, un hommage à quatre mains, entre le maître et l'élève, le compositeur et l'interprète, ce qui est rare et précieux quand la transmission et le partage sont si spontanés et désirés par chacun des protagonistes. Cette rencontre donnera lieu prochainement à un enregistrement discographique et une tournée exceptionnelle de concerts. Le Jazz, le Cinéma, les Belles Images, l'émotion seront au rendez-vous.

Philippe Sarde, one of the most versatile and talented French Film composer of his generation was deeply moved while listening to "La Chanson d'Hélène" (Les Choses de la Vie), his composition, interpreted by Stephane Belmondo, in the album « Love for Chet ».  So touched that he wished to meet Stephane. A sincere friendship was born between the two artists then, and they naturally decided to create a project together, a tribute to Philippe’s music (50 years of Film Composition for the most important Movies) a four hands, between the master and his fan, the composer and the interpreter, which is rare and valuable when transmission and sharing are so spontaneous and very desired by each of the protagonists. There will be soon a recording and concerts, Jazz, Movie, Beautiful Images, no doubt the emotion will be at his peak.

Tours Ete 2018 - Saison 18/19 - Tours Summer 2018 - Season 18/19

Octobre 06/10/2017    La Rochelle Jazz entre les deux Tours Rhoda Scott - Lady Quartet
06/10/2017    Divonne L'esplanade France Terramondo

07/10/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
07/10/2017    Beauvais Theatre du Beauvisis France Terramondo
07/10/2017    La Rochelle Festival de Jazz France Lionel Belmondo Quartet
10/10/2017    Angouleme Piano en Valois France Terramondo
11/10/2017    Amsterdam Concert Gebouw Holland Dhafer Youssef
14/10/2017    Pontarlier Les Concerts du Lavoir France Terramondo

14/10/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
19/10/2017    Boulogne-Billancourt Carre Bellefeuille France Terramondo
20/10/2017    Chasseneuil du Poitou La Quintaine France Didier Lockwood - Duo Adrien Moignard
21/10/2017    Ferney Voltaire La Comédie France Gregory Privat - Family Tree

21/10/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
26/10/2017    Nosy Be - Madagascar - Mathilde - Je les Aime Tous
28/10/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
Novembre 02/11/2017    Koln Philarmonie Germany Dhafer Youssef
03/11/2017    Saarbrucken Festival de Jazz Germany Gregory Privat Trio
04/11/2017    Granada Festival de Jazz Spain Jacky Terrasson Trio
04/11/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous             
05/11/2017    Tampere Jazz Festival Finland Dhafer Youssef
07/11/2017    Pontoise Scene Nationale l’Apostrophe/Jazz au Fil de l’Oise France Dhafer Youssef
10/11/2017    Bacau Bacau Jazz Festival Romania Dhafer Youssef
10/11/2017    Rio de Janeiro Mimo Brasil Didier Lockwood - Tribute to Stephane Grappelli
11/11/2017    Brussels Flagey Belgique Dhafer Youssef
11/11/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous 13/11/2017    Aix en Provence Grand Theatre de Provence France    Dhafer Youssef
16/11/2017    Metz Scene Nationale / Arsenal France Dhafer Youssef
16/11/2017    Rio de Janeiro Blue Note Brasil Didier Lockwood - Tribute to Stephane Grappelli
16/11/2017    Cordoba - Festival - Argentina - TerraMondo
17/11/2017    Bahia Blanca - Festival - Argentina - TerraMondo
17/11/2017    Olinda Mimo Festival Brasil Didier Lockwood - Tribute to Stephane Grappelli
17/11/2017    Angouleme Scene Nationale / Theâtre France Dhafer Youssef
18/11/2017    Buenos Aires - Festival - Argentina - Jacky Terrasson Solo
18/11/2017    Grignan Chateau de Grignan France Gregory Privat - Family Tree
18/11/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
20/11/2017    Buenos Aires - Festival - Argentina - TerraMondo
23/11/2017    Fribourg Equilibre Switzerland Dhafer Youssef 24/11/2017    Mougins Scene 55 France Didier Lockwood - Tribute to Stephane Grappelli 25/11/2017    Conilhac Corbieres Festival France Didier Lockwood - Duo avec Richard Galliano 25/11/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous 26/11/2017    San Rafael de Mendoza - Festival - Argentina - TerraMondo 28/11/2017    Foix Scene Natione l’Estive France Dhafer Youssef 30/11/2017    Villejuif Théâtre Romain Rolland France Dhafer Youssef
Décembre 02/12/2017    Festival de Jazz de la Martinique Rhoda Scott Lady Quartet
02/12/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
09/12/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
11/12/2017    Paris - Salle Pleyel - You and the Night and the Music - Rhoda Scott Lady Quartet
14/12/2017    Clermont-Ferrand La Coopé  France Rhoda Scott - Lady Quartet
14/12/2017    Clermont-Ferrand La Coope France Stephane Belmondo - Love for Chet
16/12/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
23/12/2017    Paris Studio Hebertot Mathilde - Je Les Signe Tous
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