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July 1 – 23, 2005: Summer Concerts by Derome

Thursday, June 30, 2005 In concert

This summer, many Canadians will be able to appreciate Jean Derome’s multiple talents. On July 1, 2005 the Trio Derome Guilbeault Tanguay will play at the Vancouver Jazz Festival. This trip to the West Coast will be completed by an improvisation with 7 Vancouver musicians, followed by a trio with Paul Plimley and Pierre Tanguay, both on July 2. Afterwards, {nbio:derome_je} will play with Fanfare Pourpour in Sherbrooke on July 6. This is followed by a concert on July 8, 2005 at the Festival international de jazz de Montréal in trio with François Bourassa and Pierre Tanguay. Saturday July 9, {nbio:derome_je} and {nbio:tanguay_pi} will present their Plinc! Plonc! project at Québec’s Galerie Rouje, followed by a performance at the OFF festival d’été, this time with Frank Martel and Luc Bonin. A few days later, Fanfare Pourpour stops in Québec City for the Festival d’été, on July 15 and 16. Finally, the Trio Derome Guilbeault Tanguay travels to the East Coast and will be in concert on July 20 at the Halifax Jazz Festival and July 23 at the Newfoundland Jazz Festival in St John’s.

Top Albums of 2004

Tuesday, January 11, 2005 New releases

Ambiances Magnétiques is making many year-end top lists. First, Mike Hansen of WhynotJazz on CKLN picks Prairie orange by Les Poules. François Couture of Délire actuel on CFLX picks Playing Guitar: Symphony #1 by Tim Brady. Mike Chamberlain chose 10 compositions by the Trio Derome Guilbeault Tanguay for his selection in Coda magazine, same as Bart Plantenga for radio Patapoe in Amsterdam. Finally, Montréal’s cultural weekly Ici (Montréal) also picked Playing Guitar: Symphony #1 in addition to Joëlle Léandre and Gianni Lenoci’s Sur une balançoire.