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Jacob Collier at Jazz à Vienne

The young protégée of Quincy Jones, Jacob Collier, already noticed by Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea at Montreux, is perhaps one of the most talented young popular musicians of his generation. Now based in London, Jacob takes inspiration from a variety of sounds to make an infinity of classics his very own, from Gershwin to the Beatles by way of Stevie Wonder. Both an exhilarating multi-instrumentalist and an out-of-this-world vocalist, the Londoner creates a masterly blend of jazz, a-cappella singing, trip-hop, human beatbox, classical and Brazilian music, gospel, soul and funk. Great art! In just a few years, his multi-facetted videos, viewed millions of...

Nox.3 at Jazz à Vienne

Musicians: Rémi Fox, sax, FX Matthieu Naulleau, piano, FX Nicolas Fox, drums Laureate at the springboard RéZZo FOCAL of Jazz à Vienne 2015, nOx.3 belongs to that new generation of musicians who want to make jazz a music firmly rooted once again in its period. Saxophonist Rémi Fox, pianist Matthieu Naulleau and drummer Nicolas Fox belong to a tradition that takes inspiration from both academic and popular music. Thanks to their regular collaboration with sound engineer, Valérian Langlais and their use of acoustic and electronic instruments (Moog, SPD-SX, sensor bar, etc.) the three Parisians create a variety of original sounds. Their special...

Woman to Woman at Nice Jazz Festival

Renee Rosnes : artistic direction, piano Cécile McLorin Salvant : vocals Anat Cohen : clarinet Melissa Aldana : saxophone Ingrid Jensen : trumpet Noriko Ueda : doublebass Allison Miller : drums

Avishai Cohen's New York Divison at Jazz A Vienne 58'

A native of Israel having lived in New York since the 1990s, Avishai Cohen is a citizen of the world, a master of contemporary jazz. Following Gently Disturbed released seven years ago now on his own, Razdaz label, Avishai recorded Aurora, a first opus for the prestigious Blue Note label. From that period on the double bass player has been expressing himself further in song, in English, Hebrew or Ladino, a reflection of his nomadic music. His origins cause him to lean naturally towards the melodic riches of the Orient. Avishai Cohen can surprise whether leading a quintet, a simple duo or a trio. For his new opus From Darkness, he has gathered his favorite...