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Concerts passés



Jean-Luc Cappozzo : trumpet
Jean-Sébastien Mariage : guitar
Benjamin Duboc : double bass

The music is very improvised, quite unique and rather unexpected : we found ourselves in uncharted territories, not to return. We’re enjoying it. Sweet insanity...

"As for clues, only two words in a non-introductory presentation : TO BE. SLOWNESS. That’s short somehow, but no worries as to what they will coax out of this... Because those three rogue artists never fail to illumine every single project they partake in. Each one of them brings his own workmanship, his own words, his own being. Precisely, by dint of a singular way of being, in music as in life. That’s it - basically, a human story. That’s what obviously connects the three of them. That might be the case with any improvised meeting, of course : more often than not, the adventure is as much of a prerequisite as the musical intention. But on their part, they fully assume it. This is not an attempt to playing together, but really to exist together. Sharing spaces, without ever forestalling the other’s place. Let it go. Let it happen. Well - improvise ! Natural music - sort of, like those wines who require minimal intervention in the making. And Time, then. The main ingredient in this new feast. Slowness - not a purpose in itself, even less of a watchword. Slowness - because they have to take that time. Never rush beauty if you want it to ripen."
Jazz à Poitiers

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