A new creation of “improvised contact-dance” by Andrew de Lotbinière Harwood, Ani*males juxtaposes dance, music and visual arts. Several DAME musicians participates, of which Jean René, Pierre Tanguay and Martin Tétreault. At Monument national from November 5 to 16, 2002.
Turntablist Martin Tétreault invites you to an interesting retrospective. A century of jazz history, all in music. With Pierre Tanguay (percussions) and Jean Derome (saxophone), at the Cheval blanc (Montréal), September 23 and 30, 2002.
“… an interesting context for him, as the music is all about modern chamber music and improvisation.” (Vital, The Netherlands) André Duchesne, Pierre Tanguay and Jean René are three gifted musicians who don’t have to give proof of their talents anymore. Three musicians concerned with details, attentive to the subtle variations and back on Polaroïde with beautiful jazz improvisations, calm and refined. Tenth album by André Duchesne, Polaroïde is in constant equilibrum between chamber jazz and classic improvisation. A warm coloured album, precious snapshots made with pleasant memories.