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Local jazz icons Rémi-Jean LeBlanc, Simon Denizart, René Lussier, Vincent Rehel and more, at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal from June 29th to July 7th.

FIJM18_web_150x150_RemiJean.jpgA festive line-up of local jazz acts awaits you at the 39th edition of the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal!

On Thurday June 28, bass player extraordinaire Rémi-Jean LeBlanc invites jazz lovers to join him for an incredible evening. He will be leading a quartet including  NY guitarist Nir Felder, pianist Rafael Zaldivar and drummer Samuel Joly to perform the music of his latest album, Déductions! (read our interview with Rémi-Jean here).

The following evening, Friday June 29th pianist Simon Denizart and percussionist Elli Miller Maboungou will enthrall audiences with their own brand of soft and subtle melodic jazz, marked by occasional flights of neoclassical fancy. The piano virtuoso and percussionist will be performing the pieces from his latest album, Darkside. Here's a video of the duo.

On Saturday July 1st, the festival is pleased to welcome the famed guitarist and composer René Lussier, who has created many film scores and albums of original music, each with its own distinctive style. The seasoned melodist will be presenting his all-new project on this groove-tastic evening with the help of avec la complicité de Julie Houle, Robbie Kuster, Luzio Altobelli and Marton Maderspach. Don’t miss it!
 
Lastly, on Sunday July 2, renowned pianist Vincent Rehel will be performing the music off his latest album, Le capitaine ivre. He will be joined on stage by bassist Jean-François Lemieux, drummer Max Sansalone, singer Sonia Johnson and trumpet player Jacques Kuba Séguin. We’re in for an intoxicating time!

For the complete programming of the TD Jazz d'ici La Presse+ series, it's here

For tickets and information, visit montrealjazzfest.com

Alto saxophonist David Binney's Alhambra Quartet, a reference to his LA neighboorhood, with pianist Luca Mendoza, bassist Logan Kane and drummer Nate Wood are at the Gesù in the Jazz dans la nuit series, Thursday July 5th at the 39th Montreal Jazz Fest.

David Binney interview.jpgI spoke with David Binney from his LA home about his move back from NY, how the LA and NY music scenes are different, how he got the Alhambra Quartet together, what they'll be playing Thursday July 5th, what he likes the most about music, what he likes the least about music, his recognition as a composer, some of his fav upcoming sax players, what he heard when he was young that got him into jazz, what other instrument(s) he'd like to play, the sax that he plays, what he listens to driving and a recent WOW musical moment he's had.
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CT - So David how did you get the Alhambra Quartet together?

David - I've got a long history of playing with drummer Nate Wood, for many years in NY, as well as in LA before he moved to NY. I wanted to do something with Nate in Montreal. I just moved back from NY to LA and since I've been back in LA I've been playing with all these young guys, and there's a whole new scene happening here. NY has gone down a lot in the last couple of years as far as the jazz scene and the art scene, it's gotten too expensive so many are leaving and a lot of people are coming here. A lot of young musicians are now staying in LA coming out of schools like the Monk Institute and the USC, and they're all great. So I've met a lot of them and played with them. Like bassist Logan Kane that just turned 21 and who's just amazing. Luca Mendoza, who's a real great pianist who just turned 19, and the son of famous musician Vince Mendoza - if you talk to Vince he'll say that Luca has his own thing going - he's really amazing. So I wanted to put together a couple of the young guys from here that I've been playing with, it's the sound that I was hearing and it works. It's gonna be a great concert. It was originally booked as a trio and I added Luca later so it would be nice to get the word out that it's a quartet and that Luca's on the gig. And I wanted to bring a LA-based band to Montreal.

CT - So the music you'll be playing and the vibe we can expect on Thursday July 5th at the Gesù?

David - Most of the music that we'll do is newer music than the last record. There maybe one from the last record and a couple of pieces from Luca. One of them he wrote to a speech by Cornel West, a Columbia professor and another that's a odd-time/shifting crazy piece that's really great. The rest will be mostly my music, we might do one of Logan's tune. And maybe some stuff from older albums. A lot of improvising and written stuff, solo features, a lot of variety.

CT - What's your favorite part about playing music? is it the creativity? the connection with the musicians?

David - Yes all of that of course. For some unknown reason it attracts me and feels like the right thing to do. It's like an addiction, I like to write music and to produce music and play, it also feels like the right thing to do in my life, presenting music to people and making people feel good, it feels positive, bringing something to society. Also what's really nice is all the people that I've met thru music are my favorite people, there's good people and they're open, accepting and creative.  Also the ability to travel like coming to Montreal, a city that without music I would probably not have know and because of music, I know it real well.

CT - What do you like the least about playing music?

David - The thing I like the least about it is probably the same as in life in general : the celebrity of it. The adulation that some people give saying this is the best music and musicians and this person's the best and in reality you know that it's not the case at all. I try to just ignore it. And it has a impact on the business aspect of what we do because it does take away from some gigs and bookings. Its also one of the reasons I moved from NY back to LA. There's a lot of infighting on the NY scene because it's so expensive there's not so many opportunities and that breeds a lot of bad things and I don't feel that out here. We've got this incredible band that audiences would love and you get turned down and you see who they take instead, it's stunning sometimes. In NY at a certain point I even stopped booking my band doing more sideman work, producing other musicians and putting my music on Bandcamp.

CT - Being a composer...is that something that doesn't get recogniszed as much?

David - Definitely. If you look at the influence that my South band has had on other bands, you can actually hear music on some very specific songs and I know where that's from. A lot of people in the universities, especially at a certain time, came up listening to my music and it become quite popular on colleges. So yes, I don't get recognised much for that, and that's amazing to me and to a lot of other people as well. Ask Chris Potter, Craig Taborn and Brian Blade and they'll tell you the same thing. Maybe once I die it'll happen in my eulogy. Politics and records labels get into that equation as well. Like with Blackstar, Donny McCaslin's Band with David Bowie, it would'nt have happened without me and the press ignored that. Donny didn't want to do electric music and I had to talk him into it, I put the band  together, I said get these guys, I wrote a lot of the compositions and when it came to Blackstar I hardly got any notoriety from it.

CT - Who are you fav upcoming saxophonists?

David - Some young players from out here like Shai Golan, originally from Israel, he went to Manhattan School of Music, I played with him quite a bit like at NY's 55 Bar, he studied with Donny McCaslin and Donny was saying I don't know what to say to this guy, I want to ask HIM some questions...so look out for him. Henry Solomon who's also out here doing some very interesting things. Another great alto player is Josiah Boornazian, and all these guys are in LA.

CT - What did you listen to as a kid that led you to become a musician?

David - I was 12 and I remember the exact day. My parents were jazz fans and had a jazz record collection. I was intro Hendrix and Sly and The Family Stone and stuff like that. They were in the other room watching TV and I was listening to Coltrane's My Favorite Things and John Klemmer who was a LA saxophone player, a kind of a free jazz player. In the 80s he made and album called Touch. Anyway I remember telling my parents I wanted to play saxophone and they said OK, we'll see what we can do. Within two weeks I had a saxophone and a saxophone teacher in grade school where they used to let me go 15 minutes before the end of school so I could go and study saxophone in the next room with a teacher. At 14 I already knew I was going to move to NY and play music and never came back until last year. My mother was intensily proud, playing my records, and everything that came out in the press she'd frame. She was a big big supporter.

CT - What other instrument would you like to tackle?

David - I'd probably say the piano because I could play more than one note at the time and use it for writing, more likely is the electric bass because I have one in my studio and play it already. Maybe the drums, I've got a set but no symbals yet.

CT - What are you listening to these days driving around?

David - Chuckles. That's a great question because I was telling that to somebody and they went "really ?". The radio stations out here are great, much better than the East Coast, a lot more college stations and they seem freer to play what they want. I'm into electronic music and rock so I mostly listen to that at this point as opposed to jazz. But what I've been listening to for the last month or so everytime I get in my car is new country music and there's a lot of stuff that I really like, and for various reasons, the songwriting, the production, the lyrics, I like the fact that they still use real musicians - like in Nashville. There's just something kind of innocent about it, there's a lot of music in this day and age that is pretty dark and serious. And some of this new country music is not that, it's about relationships and having fun on Friday nights and things like that. And it's good music to drive to. That's the current phase I'm in.

CT - Sax talk...how many saxes do you own and which one is you favorite?

David - I have a C melody saxophone and I'll use it around LA, a soprano, but 99,99% of the time, like I'll have in Montreal, I play my Selmer Mark VI alto.

CT - Tells us about a wow moment you're recently had playing ?

David - There's been a few gigs recently at NY's 55 Bar, because that gig has stayed true to what real improvisation is. There's been some moments, like one of the gigs with Nate Wood on drums, Matt Mitchell on piano, Matt Brewer on bass, it was just off the charts, and it was WOW. Incredible. Special moments. I should video them.

Check out this great video of David Binney in Los Angeles named Future Philosophy :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0ah6qHEWLs&feature=youtu.be


David Binney's Alhambra (LA)
David Binney on the alto sax
Luca Mendoza at the piano
Logan Kane on bass
Nate Wood on the drums

Thursday July 5th 10:30pm et the Gesù
Jazz dans la nuit
Festival International de Jazz de Montréal
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Interview : Claude Thibault

Virtuoso guitarist Stéphane Wrembel talks to us about gypsy jazz, Django, Woody Allen, film music, The Django Experiment 1 and 2, his musicians, a WOW moment of his career, the Django a Gogo Festival, in concert at the FestiVoix in Trois-Rivières Friday July 6th and at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal Saturday July 7th.

wrembelentrevue.jpgCT - Stéphane what attracted you to gypsy jazz and Django's music?

SW - I wanted to discover more about jazz and that's why I got into Django, I know he's not what you could call a typical jazz guitarist, even thought he sometimes plays a lot of jazz chords, but it's something else, and that's why I got into him. So I bought one of his records, listened to him a whole lot more, and it was a revelation.

CT - What did you learn in the gypsy jazz camps that went behond the music and the notes?

SW - It's hard to explain. They have a traditional way of teaching and learning, they have no school and learn directly from each other, from master to pupil. But  mostly they have another way of doing things, things that you experience that you can't really explain with words. It's like seeing a film on Paris and the day you're there walking on the streets it's something else, there's that little something that you can't explain in words, another culture, way of living and vibe. So that's the way I learned, from master to pupil. They've kept Django's technique and vocabulary but in a different state of mind, if you listen to Django it doesn't really sound like gypsy jazz, there's something else with Django. Django is a bit like a hub, you can get something out of Django and go somewhere else, in different directions. The first approach was nonetheless with the manouche, and Django was a manouche.

CT - We have to talk a bit about Woody Allen and Midnight in Paris/Vicky Cristine Barcelona, did that experience make you want to write more film music?

SW - You're born to make film music or not. For me it's something that I've always has ease and fun doing so yes I'd like to make more film music. That problem with films is that they require big budgets, ressources and there's a lot of people involved. What's hard is not writing the music itself but rather getting into the circle of film music composers. Yes I'd like to do more film music, if I could, that's all I'd do.

CT - And what you'll be playing for these concerts, your latest albums and maybe a few gypsy jazz standards?

SW - Each concert is different, it depends of our mood, the room and  the public. Usually we only play my pieces but we've got this new project, The Django Experiment 1 and 2, two albums we released in March at Carnegie Hall for the Django à Gogo Festival in which we revisit a lot of Django but with our sound. We recorded a sound that was close to a concert sound, live in studio with our amps like if we were in concert. We try to keep that sound as well as the NY sound. So that's a bit about what Django Experiment is. So in fact this tour is to help promote these two albums, as well Live In India and more. We'll play a bit of everything, some Django some non-Django. And of course the Woody Allen themes. We're influenced by music from everywhere, from India, from Africa, etc...

CT - Those influences, how do you integrate them into your music?

SW - I always go back to the archetypes. Europe developped harmony and its extensive grammar, India rhythm and its extensive grammar. I see five things in music, a trilogy and a duo, so the trilogy of harmony, rhythm and sound and then the duo of the state of mind of composition and the state of mind of improvisation. And I think melody helps all of that. And then it's also a matter of how you do things when you're improvising and composing. Its about finding the melodic curve that connects those five elements and that's behond genres. Rhythms was developped in India, as well as Africa. In Europe we've been working on melody for the last 1000 years to acccomplish something extraordinary.

CT - Tell us about the musicians in the band...

SW - On guitar there's Thor Jensen who's from the american rock sound realm, you know the slide, the Strat, the Telecaster, amps with tubes, a very very complete guitarist, one of the best rock guitarists I've evev heard. We've got a solid harmonic and rhythmic base and structure but on the inside it's open. He knows Django very very well and know jazz quite well, he's got a broad palet of sounds and great timing. On basse we have Ari Folman-Cohen, he started playing classical violin when he was quite young, and then he played bass, played a lot of funk, soul, R&B, things like that, and then moved on to jazz, he has a very powerful sound, with a strong attack, marks time very well, he's a tower of power (laughs), a nuclear power plant, with amazing solos. On drums, it's Nick Anderson, one of the best drummers of the world, quite in demand in NYC. He's got a huge musical culture, he's played punk, reggae, jazz, classical, contemporary, etc... He plays everything really well, a great sense of timing and a great sound. When he's playing the brushes, when we're playing swing, I've never heard anybody play like that.  

CT - Tells about a WOW moment in your carreer, having played with so many great musicians...

SW - The Carnegie Hall March 3rd Django a Gogo concert with Stochelo Rosenberg, Al Di Meola, Larry Keel, was something really special. Playing Carnegie Hall is really a great moment, but this mix of players, it's something that had never been done you know. We played Al Di Meola's Mediterranean Sundance, that's like every young guitarist's dream. I've been listening to that piece since I was 15. And Stochelo is one of my masters, playing Django with Al Di Meola he'd never done that, and we played Nuages with us, and then Indifférence, stuff like that, it was really amazing.

CT - I like how in 2003 when you arrived in NY you approached many french NY restaurants and played quite a bit.

SW - Restaurant gigs help maintain a certain technical level, work new pieces and be incognito.  When I arrived in NY in 2003 I had to make a living right away, so I played in restaurants and had students. I found all the french restaurants that had live music and on Yahoo offered guitar classes. After one week I had 3-4 gigs a week a 7 students. A year later I had 9 gigs a week and 20 students, so I was quite busy. It was a physically intense period, playing every night, so about 450 times a year.

CT - Ever played with Woody Allen at the Carlyle?

SW - No but I met him on the set of Magic in the Moonlight à Nice, I played a scene that was cut, so I discovered Woody from the inside. He's a real calm and very nice person.

CT - At the Festival Django a Gogo that you founded do you work as much as you have fun?

SW - With music I sometimes have trouble making the difference in between work and play. The last one was very stressful, it had to be done but it was a lot of stress but when I walked on the stage of Carnegie Hall March 3rd with Stochelo and Al all of that disappeared. I worked on everything, really everything, the scheduling of the concerts and the masterclasses, the students, etc...I was my last as a producer the Festival will be produced by another company but of course I'll remain as Artistic Director and I'm actually working on the next one.

CT - What would you like to tell our readers about these Quebec concerts and what they can expect...

SW - It's always been hard to describe our music, it's always been a problem with our advertising, nobody's ever been able to describe our music very well, we don't play a genre. What's important for us is the message that's inside the music, the world of dreams and philosophy as well as NY's voodoo energy, the concerts are explosive and you won't get bored. And because we're always playing together, all year-round, it's like Barcelona's 2010 team (soccer), everybody's a forward, everybody's a defence player, a middlefield player, we play so much together, we know each other so well, it's hard to explain.
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Videos :  For Apocalypse, it's here  / For Blues Mineur, it's here / For Irene's GJ Adventures 251, it's here
The Django Experiment 1 and The Django Experiment 2 on CDBaby. The Django a Gogo Festival
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Trois-Rivières at the FestiVoix - Friday July 6th @ 5:45pm
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Montréal at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal - Saturday July 7th @ 8pm
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Interview : Claude Thibault
 

Master harmonicist, pianist and composer Howard Levy gives concert and masterclass at Résonance Monday July 2nd.

Howard Levy 150x150.jpgMultiple Grammy-Award winner and founding member of Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, harmonicist Howard Levy, gives an intimate concert and masterclass at the Résonance, Monday July 2nd.

A truly groundbreaking musician, Howard Levy is an acknowledged master of the diatonic harmonica, a superb pianist, innovative composer, recording artist, bandleader, teacher, producer, and Chicago area resident. His musical travels have taken him all over the geographical world and the musical map. Equally at home in jazz, classical music, rock, folk, latin, and world music, he brings a fresh lyrical approach to whatever he plays.

This has made him a favorite with audiences worldwide, and a recording artist sought after by the likes of Kenny Loggins, Dolly Parton, Paquito D’Rivera, Styx, Donald Fagen, and Paul Simon. As a sideman, Howard has appeared on hundreds of CDs and played on many movie soundtracks.

Featuring: Greg Amirault (guitar), Joel Kerr (bass), Martin Auguste (drums)

"…Howard Levy is a revelation; there are times when it is hard to believe he is playing only a harmonica, for he has the expressive range and depth of a saxophonist.” Geoff Dyer, The London Observer

″…may be the most radical single technical innovator in the history of his instrument…” Kim Field, Harmonicas, Harps, and Heavy Breathers.

The event on Facebook, it's here

www.levyland.com

Masterclass - 3:30pm to 5:30pm : $40
Masterclass + concert 8:30pm : $65
Show: $35 (door) - $30 in advance (https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/howard-levy-tickets-46760542040)
+ Live critique during masterclass: $85 (limited space - reservations required)

Interview with bassist Rémi-Jean LeBlanc who's releasing Déductions with NY guitarist Nir Felder, pianist Rafael Zaldivar and drummer Samuel Joly at l'Astral in the Jazz d'ici series of the 39th Montreal Jazz Fest, Thursday June 28th 6pm.

RJ Leblanc Deductions 150x150.jpgMaster of his instrument, bass Rémi-Jean LeBlanc is playing in a chill mode even his fingers are flying all over the bass like nobody's business. The bass prodigy is back heading a quartet, including guitarist Nir Felder to play music from his latest album, Déductions.
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CT - Rémi-Jean, how'd you get into jazz?

Rémi-Jean - In Moncton when I was 10-11 I was listening to Nirvana, Green Day, the Smashing Pumpkins. I started playing with trumpeter Roland Bourgeois (that's the father of both drummer Al Bourgeois and sax player André Bourgeois - a true acadian jazz mob!), he wanted to have a band with his sons and was looking for a bassist. So for 4 years every Tuesday we'd pratice and jam in his basement, I'd slap my bass and started improvising. Roland gave us cassettes to listen and to practice with and he's given me cassettes of Steve Swallow, a lot of Paul Chambers and a Canadian band, Metalwood. Roland showed me how to play with forms and structure and improvisation. I remember copying solos from Jean-Pierre Zanella! At 17 I came to study at the Université de Montréal.
 
CT - Bass or doublebass?

Rémi-Jean - It's 50/50. I identify myself maybe a little bit more with the electric bass but I also had my doublebass-only periods. Depends of the projects I'm playing on. On Déductions I play two pieces on the doublebass and five on the electric bass.

CT - Déductions is your third album after Neufs histoires plus ou moins courtes pour sept musiciens in 2013 and Ensemble Rémi-Jean LeBlanc in 2009...tell us about that...

Rémi-Jean - I wasn't really planned out and thought of as a concept album. It's more like a conclusion, in terms of the pieces that I've been tweaking and tweaking and tweaking them for the last 5-6 years until I figured I had a batch of tunes that I liked. At the end of last summer I decided I'd record them and invited Nir Felder who was very enthousiastic, we'd played together at L'OFF Jazz 2017 and at Upstairs in 2016 and we'd kept the contact. I asked him if he wanted to come and play in Montreal and he said yes. So I figured it was a good time to record and the Montreal Jazz Fest proposed a concert to present it.

Chanson pour CJ / Déductions / Guidoue / Shanghai / Talk Loud Not Soft / You Do You / Music Will Always Be Your Friend
Miniature No.1 / Miniature No.2 / Miniature No.3


CT - So Déductions, Thursday June 28th at l'Astral for the Montreal Jazz Fest with guitarist Nir Felder, pianist  Rafael Zaldivar and drummer Samuel Joly...what kind of vibe can we expect?

Rémi-Jean -  So expect a bit of a rock/jazz groove, that I have, just like Nir and Sam, who plays with Fred Fortin, Marie-Mai etc. But also ambiant. I want to do a show that isn't one song after another song, and another song, so we might do some segues (pieces that follow each other without a pause) and vamps (a musical form that repeats itself). So maybe something like a real long piece or suite. Rock, jazz, ambiant, a lot of improv, interludes, sometimes just the bass, sometimes just the guitar, extravagant, groovy, intense.

CT - What do you get out of going to NY as a musician?

Rémi-Jean - The level of music is really high. It's very inspiring. You go to NY for a week and when you come back you're super energised and completely wired. It's like a wild and untamable beast, there's so much drive there. I go to Small's, the 55 Bar but my fav hangout is the Cornelia St. Café. When there's a good show at the Vanguard I go there too. Last week is saw trumpeter Keyon Harrold at the Blue Note. (He's at this year's Montreal Jazz Fest).

CT - As a bassist what do you look for in a drummer?

Rémi-Jean - It's hard to explain. It very much the concept ot keeping time, where you play the note in the rhythm, some musicians tend to feel the note a bit ahead of the time, some a bit behind and some smack on. The bassist and the drummer must feel the time at the same place. With Sam Joly it works really really well. The drum is grounded but he tends to feel the time a bit ahead with the symbals, he has a real nice feel to his drum playing. Everybody's looking for the dream drummer. A drummer's phrasing can make a huge difference in a band.

CT - Bassists you listen to?

Rémi-Jean -  Meshell Ndegeocello, Sam Wilks with Knower, Tim Lefebvre.

CT - What's up after the Montreal Jazz Fest?

Rémi-Jean - I'm going camping!

CT - What do you listen to driving?

Rémi-Jean - Guillermo Klein, Nate Smith, new talent...

CT - You've played with some many great musicians. Tell us about a wow moment you've had playing?

Rémi-Jean - With Ben Wendel at L'OFF Jazz in 2017 and at Upstairs in 2016, with Rafael Zaldivar and Greg Richtie, there was so much fire! Also back in 2011 with Sam  Joly, Yannick Rieu and Rafael Zaldivar, it was one of Yannick's projects and it was a dream band.

For Interpersonal Standpoint that we shot of Rémi-Jean LeBlanc with Ben Wendel at L'OFF Jazz 2017, it's here

Rémi-Jean LeBlanc Nir Felder Rafael Zaldivar Samuel Joly - Déductions
Thursday June 28th 6pm
The Jazz d'ici series at L'Astral - for more info www.montrealjazzfest.com

Déductions
on iTunes and Spotify
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Interview : Claude Thibault

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COMING EVENTS

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Thursday June 21

Isabelle Larrivée lance "Affaire de décor" avec Christine Tassan Jean-Pierre Zanella Norman Lachapelle   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Samuel Blais Quartet avec François Bourassa   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Finn Baird McConnell - lancement EP (Seb Bachand 21h Finn Baird McConnell 21h45 Thanya Iyer 22h30)   Résonance 9pm
Shawn McPherson Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm
Laura Anglade 5tet   Zone Musique - Place d'Armes 12pm

Friday June 22

The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Ol' Blue Eyes   Delta Montréal - Bistro-Bar Le Cordial 5:30pm
Sylvain Provost Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Yannick Rieu Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
David Rourke Alex Le Blanc Brian Nam   Insiders - Anticafe Local 8:30pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Barbara Diab et le Smoked Meat Band   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Tevet Sela Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Richard White Quartet   Résonance 9pm
Paulo Ramos Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday June 23

Guillaume Martineau Janna Kate Lex French Mark Nelson reinventent Duke Ellington   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Jacques Kuba Séguin Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Jazz@Viva avec Gilles Carreau en trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Tevet Sela Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
DTW Jazz Factor   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Beats & Pieces Big Band   Résonance 9pm
Laura Anglade Quintet - Standards   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday June 24

Jazz session vocal avec Kim Richardson   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Kalmunity Jazz Project   Résonance 9:30pm
Latin jazz avec Domier Gonzales Michel Cantero Nestor Rodriguez Jesus Cantero Alex Bellegarde   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7:30pm

Monday June 25

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
Lundis Jam Sessions du St-Graal avec Vincent Ravary et plus   Brasserie Artisanale Saint-Graal/Ste-Thérèse 9pm
Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Johnny Beaudine Quartet - Deep Blue   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Gorilla Mask de Peter Van Huffel (Jason Sharp Nicolas Caloia Pierre-Luc Simon en 1e partie) le bon plan   Résonance 10pm
Labo de Musique Contemporaine de Montréal   Résonance 7:30pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Tuesday June 26

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
Alex Bellegarde Jam Session et son invité Roberto Murray   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Christine Tassan Duo   L'Grand Lionel 8pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Ethan Cohn - résidence en composition   Résonance 6pm
Mardi Spaghetti   Résonance 9pm
Jonathan Turgeon Trio - Hommage Nat King Cole   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday June 27

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
Dan et Dames Jazz   Bily Kun 6pm
17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul therapy avec The Brooks et invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Grumpy's Jam   Grumpy's Bar 9:30pm
Giovany Arteaga Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Steve Rowe   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7:30pm
Hot Jazz Jam Session avec Les Royal Pickles   Quai des brumes 5pm
Parker Shper   Résonance 6pm
Labo de Musique Contemporaine de Montréal   Résonance 9pm
Kathryn Samman Sextet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Thursday June 28

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Christine Tassan et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Al McLean Quartet jouent Coltrane Plays the Blues   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Rémi-Jean LeBlanc avec Nir Felder Rafael Zaldivar Samuel Joly - Déductions (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Melina Soochan   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
[kote:welɛt] : Simon Côté-Lapointe Jean-François Ouellet   Modavie 7pm
Mike DeiCont Philipps Collective   Résonance 9pm
Wayne Krantz Trio (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Friday June 29

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Ol' Blue Eyes   Delta Montréal - Bistro-Bar Le Cordial 5:30pm
Susie Arioli Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Elektrik Jam avec Nora Toutain Melissa Pacifico Frank O'Sullivan Gabriel Forget Frank Bones plus invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Simon Denizart Elli Miller Maboungou - Darkside (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Barbara Diab et le Smoked Meat Band   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Xiao Xhang / grhmbvrl plus invités   Résonance 9pm
Veronica Swift (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Saturday June 30

Camp de percussions Kosa 2018 avec Mark Guiliana, Aldo Mazza, Emmanuelle Caplette, Jim Doxa, Glen Velez et plus   Académie de percussions Kosa 8pm
Tcha-Badjo   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 9pm
17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Benoit Charest présente "Polipo" avec D Thouin M St-Pierre E Hove B Lamarche J-N Trottier M Moore K Warren   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Joe Sullivan Sextet avec Al McLean Jean Fréchette André White Alec Walkington Dave Laing   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Anne Bisson Trio - Série Jazz d'ici   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Jazz@Viva avec Gilles Carreau en trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Dwight Grant aka Mellow Dee   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Mark Nelson’s Sympathetic Frequencies avec Lex French Caoilainn Power Nicolas Bédard   Résonance 9pm
Emmet Cohen avec Houston Person jouent le Great American Songbook (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Sunday July 1

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Dixieband Quartet Jazz Brunch   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 11am
Kim Richardson joue ses standards préférés   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Messe jazz avec Ron Di Lauro, Ranee Lee et plus   Église St-John The Evangelist au Toit Rouge 10:30am
René Lussier Quintette avec Julie Houle Robbie Kuster Luzio Altobelli Marton Maderspach (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Série Compositeurs Jazz : Beth Mckenna Étienne Lebel Ellwood Epps Jonathan Turgeon Alex Lefaivre John Buck   Maison 2109 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Roger Walls Dixieland Band   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Nora Toutain   Modavie 7pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Benny Golson avec le Emmet Cohen Trio (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Monday July 2

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Vincent Réhel JF Lemieux Max Sansalone Jacques Kuba Séguin Sonia Johnson - Le capitaine ivre (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Roger Walls Dixieland Band   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Martini Rouge   Modavie 7pm
Andrea Lindsay - entre le jazz et la java   Parc Eusèbe-Ménard 7pm
Howard Levy avec Greg Amirault Joel Kerr Martin Auguste   Résonance 8:30pm
Classe de maître avec l'harmoniciste Howard Levy   Résonance 3:30pm
Benny Golson avec le Emmet Cohen Trio (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Tuesday July 3

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Matt Herskowitz - entre Ravel et Gershwin   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Alex Bellegarde Jam Session et son invité Lex French   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
François Bourassa Quartet (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Nora Toutain   Modavie 7pm
Christine Jensen Ingrid Jensen avec Helen Sung (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Wednesday July 4

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Papagroove   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Les Malcommodes avec Sonia Johnson Ray Anderson Jean Derome André Leroux Jacques Kuba Séguin (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Snooksta and the Gangstas   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Martini Rouge   Modavie 7pm
AFJP / Annam's Family Jazz Project : Annam Nguyen Thiago Ferté Jonathan Boudreau Simon Bergeron   Quai des brumes 9pm
The KJ Project : Samuel Jacques Samuel Cheah Mike De Masi Olivier Guertin   Résonance 9pm
Halie Loren (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Thursday July 5

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Christine Tassan et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Marianne Trudel Trio avec Rémi-Jean LeBlanc et John Hollenbeck   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Jordan Officer - Three Rivers (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
[kote:welɛt] : Simon Côté-Lapointe Jean-François Ouellet   Modavie 7pm
Autour de Bill Evans : François Bourassa Frank Lozano Michel Donato Pierre Tanguay (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Friday July 6

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Jean-Pierre Zanella Pierre François Rémi-Jean LeBlanc Paul Brochu - Projet Rio Minas   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
MISC   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
En trois couleurs : Yves Léveillé François Bourassa Marie-Josée Simard   Festival de musique de Lachine - l’Entrepôt 7:30pm
Ranee Lee Octet - Dark Divas (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Billy Georgette's Paradise Band   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Sacré Tympan : Parlures et parjures de Pierre Labbé   Théâtre de Verdure de Parc Lafontaine 8:30pm
Guy Mintus Trio et Oran Etkin (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Saturday July 7

17e Jazz Organ Jam : Certified Organic Jazz 4tet - Vincent Stephen-Ong Cordell Henebury Martin K. Petersen Al Bourgeois   Brutopia 10pm
Sonia Johnson et Stephen Johnston : Dialogues Ella & Joe   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Yannick Rieu Quartet jouent Coltrane et Monk   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Emie R Roussel Trio avec Malika Tirolien Lex French Norman Lachapelle - Intersections (Série Jazz d'ici)   Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 6pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Matthew Whitaker (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Sunday July 8

Lézard Jazz Band   Balattou 8:30pm
Bobby McFerrin   Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix) 7:30pm
Altered Tones - Moon Grass   La Marche à côté 9pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm

Outside greater Montréal


OttawaJune 21 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
OttawaJune 22 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
OttawaJune 23 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
L'Isle-Aux-CoudresJune 23 Guy St-Onge Trio et Johanne Blouin - Jazz sur Mer   Havre Musical de l'Islet418-438-2423 1:30pm
OttawaJune 24 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
Sainte-ThérèseJune 25 Lundis Jam Sessions du St-Graal avec Vincent Ravary et plus   Brasserie Artisanale Saint-Graal/Ste-Thérèse450-818-6039 9pm
OttawaJune 25 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
SherbrookeJune 26 Jean-Denis Dubuc Pierre Blais Denis Bailey Kevin O'Sullivan et plus au menu musical de l'émission Arts d'Oeuvr   Bar Les Loubards819-565-3939 6pm
OttawaJune 26 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
OttawaJune 27 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
QuébecJune 27 Snarky Puppy   Palais Montcalm de Qc877-641-6040 8pm
QuébecJune 27 Mercredi Jam de la Scala   Restaurant Trattoria La Scala et La Piccola418-525-4545 10pm
QuébecJune 28 Ranee Lee chante Dark Divas   District-Saint-Joseph418-717-0240 8:30pm
OttawaJune 28 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
Trois-RivièresJune 28 Blues Jar : Jérôme Ferron François Chrétien Francis Plante   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
LimoilouJune 29 Mike Stern / Randy Brecker Band avec Dennis Chambers et Tom Kennedy   Cégep Limoilou - Salle Sylvain-Lelièvre418-647-6600 8pm
OttawaJune 29 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
Trois-RivièresJune 29 They Call Me Rico   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
QuébecJune 29 Virginie Hamel Trio avec Manoel Vieira et Juan Cruz - musique du Brésil   Hôtel Clarendon418-692-1511 8pm
OttawaJune 30 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
L'IsletJune 30 Carl Mayotte Fusion Band   Festival Guitares en Fête418-247-3331 7:30pm
Trois-RivièresJune 30 Rafael Zaldivar Quartet - Hommage «Buena Vista Social Club»   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
QuébecJune 30 Virginie Hamel Trio avec Manoel Vieira et Juan Cruz - musique du Brésil   Hôtel Clarendon418-692-1511 8pm
Les EscouminsJune 30 Sylvain Lafontaine Quartet avec Yves Nadeau Jean-Christophe Germain Yvon Plouffe   on JAZZ sous la lune - Centre de découverte du milieu marin418-232-6653 9pm
OttawaJuly 1 Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa - plusieurs artistes de 18h à 22h30   Festival de Jazz d'Ottawa888-226-4495 6pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 1 Andrea Lindsay - entre le jazz et la java   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
QuébecJuly 2 GoGo Penguin   Grand Théâtre de Québec418-643-8131 8pm
QuébecJuly 3 Phò Trio invite Gabrielle Shonk   Fou-Bar418-522-1987 8:30pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 4 Chet Doxas Brad Shepik Rob Ritchie Zack Lober Jerad Lippi : Rich in Symbols   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 5 Sax Machine   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
QuébecJuly 5 Chet Doxas Brad Shepik Rob Ritchie Zack Lober Jerad Lippi : Rich in Symbols   Théâtre Petit Champlain (QC)418-692-2631 8pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 6 Stéphane Wrembel Band   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
QuébecJuly 6 Ala.Ni   Théâtre Petit Champlain (QC)418-692-2631 8pm
July 7 Klaus : François Lafontaine Joe Grass Sam Joly Rémi-Jean LeBlanc   Casa del Popolo514-284-3804 3:15pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 7 Fabiola Toupin...on dirait le sud   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm
Ste-FoyJuly 7 Carl Mayotte Fusion Band   Parc de la Visitation - St-Foy- 7:30pm
QuébecJuly 7 Shai Maestro Trio   Théâtre Petit Champlain (QC)418-692-2631 8pm
Saint-Irénée (Charlevoix)July 8 Bobby McFerrin   Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix)888-DFORGET 7:30pm
Trois-RivièresJuly 8 Claude Bolduc - je jazz en français   FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières - Série Les Voix Jazz819-372-4635 5:45pm

Venues in the greater Montréal area


 
Académie de percussions Kosa2207 Beaconsfield514-482-5554
Balattou4372 St-Laurent514-845-5447
Bily Kun354 Mont-Royal E514-845-5392
Bootlegger, l'Authenthique3481 Boul. St-Laurent438-383-2226
Brasserie Artisanale Saint-Graal/Ste-Thérèse32 Turgeon/Ste-Thérèse450-818-6039
Brutopia1219 Crescent514-393-9277
Café Lézard - Masson3119 Masson514-729-3777
Delta Montréal - Bistro-Bar Le Cordial475 Avenue du Président-Kennedy514-284-4313
Dièse Onze Jazz Resto4115A St-Denis514-223-3543
Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix)5, St-Antoine888-DFORGET
Église St-John The Evangelist au Toit Rouge137 ave. Président-Kennedy-
Festival de musique de Lachine - l’Entrepôt2901, boul. Saint-Joseph514-571-0012
Festival International de Jazz de MontréalPlace des Festivals514-871-1881
Grumpy's Bar1242 Bishop514-866-9010
Insiders - Anticafe Local2067 Crescent, #205514-903-2884
L'Grand Lionel3234 Beaubien E514-903-1572
La Marche à côté5043 St-Denis-
Maison 21092109 Bleury514-578-4846
Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval1639 boul. de l'Avenir450-669-3000
Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl2060 Aylmer514-842-8656
Modavie1 St-Paul O514-287-9582
Parc Eusèbe-Ménard3668 Boul. Gouin-
Pub Epoxy4210 St-Jacques O.514-935-0043
Quai des brumes4481 St-Denis514-499-0467
Résonance5175A Ave. du Parc514-360-9629
Théâtre de Verdure de Parc LafontaineParc Lafontaine - coin Duluth et ave du Parc Lafontaine514-872-2644
Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill1254 Mackay514-931-6808
Zone Musique - Place d'Armes-
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