“Cent ans de jazz” (A hundred years of jazz), an original concept by Xavier Charles (clarinet), will be performed live at Le Va-et-vient (Montréal) Tuesday May 6, 2003. Featuring Martin Tétreault (turntables), Jean Derome (saxophone) and Pierre Tanguay (drums).
In the SuperOption concert series, SuperMusique presents Pierre Cartier and his “Chansons de la belle espérance.” With musicians Pierre Cartier (voice and double bass), Jean Derome (alto saxophone and flute), Jean René (alto violin), Tom Walsh (trombone), Bernard Falaise, (electric guitar) and Pierre Tanguay (drums). At Montréal’s La Sala Rossa (Montréal), on Friday March 14 and Saturday March 15, 2003.
All Is Bright, But It Is Not Day sees the return of English guitarist Fred Frith on the Ambiances Magnétiques label. With Jean Deromeon saxophones and small objects, Pierre Tanguay on percussions and with electronic manipulations by engineer Myles Boisen. A “psychedelic dream” of great intensity!
An infernal trio you just can’t miss! Part of the “SuperOption” concert series, saxophone player Jean Derome, renowned guitar player Fred Frith and percussionist Pierre Tanguay will play two nights in Montréal, December 13 and 14, 2002. Friday 13, they’ll launch their new CD with an electronic twist at La Sala Rossa (Montréal). They will then move to Le Va-et-Vient (Montréal) on Saturday 14 for an acoustic concert.
The micro collective presents Ragù BOréal, a meeting between musicians from Bologna and Montréal held at the Cinémathèque québécoise (Montréal) from November 13 to 17, 2002. Ragù BOréal proposes 4 musical meetings between bolognese (Paolo Angeli, Andrea Martignoni, Mirko Sabatini and Vincenzo Vasi) and Montréalers (Bernard Falaise, Jean-Pierre Gauthier, Jean Derome, Jean René and Sam Shalabi). Also, don’t miss the CD launch of À chacun son dépanneur by Andrea Martignoni November 13, 2002 at 5pm.