The new album Agrégats by Guido Del Fabbro offers 13 pieces orchestrated for acoustic instruments with a touch of electronics, and performed by a shapeshifting ensemble. It also proposes a repertoire which has a foot in traditional folk music and another in avant-rock territory. Agrégats is an intense work performed by an unmatched ensemble, whose conductor will definitely surprise you.
Guido Del Fabbro will launch his album Agrégats on Monday October 8, 2007 at Le Divan orange in Montréal. His new 13 pieces-album is orchestrated for acoustic instruments with a touch of electronics, and performed by a shapeshifting ensemble. It also proposes a repertoire which has a foot in traditional folk music and another in avant-rock territory. Agrégats is an intense work performed by an unmatched ensemble, whose conductor will definitely surprise you.
This summer, the Festival international de jazz de Montréal will notably host:
- June 29 at 7 pm: The Trio Jean Félix Mailloux, at Club Jazz TD Canada Trust;
- June 29 at 9 pm: Antoine Berthiaume avec Robbie Kuster, and Rémi Jean Leblanc, on Scène CBC/Radio-Canada Best Buy;
- July 1 at 9 pm: Guido Del Fabbro, at Cabaret JPR;
- July 2 at 10 pm: The Trio Derome Guilbeault Tanguay, at Upstairs Jazz Bar & Grill;
- July 6 at 9 pm: YUL, at Cabaret JPR;
- July 7 at 9 pm: Philippe Lauzier with special guest Benoît Delbecq, at Cabaret JPR.
Geneviève Letarte’s 3rd album entitled Âmes soûles gathers intimate songs that are seducing with their yeasty melodies, Latin rhythms, and their poetic-country tone. Third in the trilogy that started with Vous seriez un ange and Chansons d’un jour, this new production attests the artist’s maturity and the evolution of her relation with great musicians who follow her (Claude Fradette, Normand Guilbeault, Pierre Tanguay, and Guido Del Fabbro, Ivanhoe Jolicœur, Guillaume Dostaler, as guest artists). You can listen to some online audio clips by visiting the page of Âmes soûles.
Geneviève Letarte, will launch her 3rd album entitled Âmes soûles and will offer a short performance on May 9, 2007 at Divan orange in Montréal. Âmes soûles gathers intimate songs that seduces with their yeasty melodies, Latin rhythm and their poetic-country tone. Later that evening, Rodéoscopique (Mélanie Auclair, Antoine Berthiaume, Guido Del Fabbro, Philippe Lauzier, Pierre-Yves Martel, Stefan Schneider) will give a show of experimental folk country music. You can listen to some online audio clips of Âmes soûles and Ellen’s Bar.
Joane Hétu will present her Filature project in which she mixes rock, minimalist music, improvisations with visual and scenic components. This lively artist will be on stage with the Ensemble SuperMusique (Mélanie Auclair, Guido Del Fabbro, Jean Derome, Claire Gignac, Normand Guilbeault, Diane Labrosse, Danielle Palardy Roger, Pierre Tanguay, Némo Venba), and visual artist Pierre Hébert. This concert will be presented on May 21, 2007 at cinéma Laurier in Victoriaville as part of the Festival international de musique actuelle de Victoriaville (23 concerts of “musique actuelle” — detailed schedule on their website). Until then, you may want to go by a virtual roundabout way and listen to some online audio clips of her album Nouvelle musique d’hiver.