Emie Rioux Roussel Trio

par Christophe Rodriguez Publié le 23 Juillet 2011 dans Le Journal de Montréal

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What’s on Your iPod? Yeshe

by Bernard Perusse, Gazette Music Columnist Published July 12th 2011 in The Montreal Gazette German-born musician Yeshe has spent his life travelling the world and finding his own voice in other musical cultures. Which is why, like his friend and … Continue reading

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Festival International de Jazz de Montréal: Gilad Hekselmann, John Benitez, Lucky Peterson & More

by Sharonne Cohen Published July 7th on Jazztimes.com The Gesù offered much in the way of quality and excitement, but there was so much other music to discover in other venues, not to mention the outdoor stages. A few blocks … Continue reading

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32e Festival international de jazz de Montréal – Un grand monsieur: André Leroux

par Serge Truffaut Publié le 2 Juillet 2011 sur LeDevoir.com André Leroux a un son. À ce constat, quelqu’un va certainement rétorquer: «Normal! C’est un saxophoniste ténor.» Ouais… sauf que lui a un son que les autres n’ont pas. Il … Continue reading

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John Benitez: latin jazz à l’Upstairs

par Alain Brunet Publié le 1er Juillet 2011 sur Cyberpresse.ca L’Upstairs accueillait jeudi le contrebassiste portoricain John Benitez et ses musiciens, dont deux Cubains de premier ordre : le saxophoniste (alto) Yosvany Terry et le pianiste Manuel Valera. Entre minuit … Continue reading

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Jazz gems found in intimate venues

by Irwin Block Published July 1st 2011 in The Montreal Gazette MONTREAL – The most memorable and meaningful jazz experiences can often be found not at the main and much bigger jazz festival venues, but below-ground, in the intimacy of … Continue reading

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FIJM Day 6 – ¡Sabroso!

by David Ryshpan Published July 1st 2011 on Settled in Shipping When I arrived at Upstairs at 6:30 for the first of three sets by the John Benitez group (supposed to start at 7), there were no cymbals on the … Continue reading

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