Alexandre Grogg

Alexandre Grogg has studied improvisation with Lorraine Desmarais in Montréal and Ran Blake in Boston. In addition to co-leading the quintet Ensemble en pièces, with whom he has recorded the album Jardin d’exil, Alexandre has worked with various artists, including singer Sonia Johnson, bassist Normand Guilbeault, and multi-instrumentalist Michel Côté. He has also performed once with legendary trumpeter Bill Dixon. More

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Alexandre Grogg

Hawkesbury (Ontario, Canada), 1979

Residence: Montréal (Québec)

  • Composer
  • Performer (piano)
  • Improviser

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