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Wednesday January 31

Saxophonist Wayne Shorter and Quartet with panamanian pianist Danilo Pérez, bassist John Patitucci and drummer Brian Blade, Wednesday January 17th at the Gala concert of the 15th  Panama Jazz Festival and we'll be there.

Wayne Shorter.jpgWayne Shorter, one of the most influential saxophonists and composers of the history of jazz will be celebrating his 85th birthday in 2018. At a time when many musicians are content by collecting tributes and honorific diplomas, Shorter is busy creating some of the most intense music of his carreer. Considered a pioneer since his early days in the fifties, Shorter's artistic path embodies relentless exploration and improvisation without boundaries. In 2013, Shorter launched the album Without A Net, a return to famed jazz label Blue Note Records, after 43 years of separation. The new album was recorded with his faithful quartet made up of pianist Danilo Pérez, bassist John Patitucci and drummer Brian Blade. UK's The Guardian describe them as the "the most talented and adventurous jazz group of the planet" and states that the quartet represents "hope for humanity - harmonically speaking". A complete generation of musicians and fans consider him to be the ultimate creative master of a timeless vocabulary.

Danilo Pérez
Grammy Winner Danilo Pérez is one of today's most influential and dynamic musicians. Over the last decade, his unique blend of panamerican jazz has earned him a lot of success and a faithful public. Danilo's huge talent and enthousiasm make his concerts memorable and inspiring. Whether with his own group or on tour with jazz masters such as Wayne Shorter, Roy Haynes and Steve Lacy, Danilo has a powerful impact in the world of contemporary music, guided as always by his love of jazz. He's also the Artistic Director of the Panama Jazz Festival produced by the Fundacion Danilo Pérez, is also the Artistic Director of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, and recently opened Danilo's Jazz Club in Panama.

John Patitucci
John Patitucci has occupied an important place in the world of jazz over the last 30 years as well as being active in many musical styles. He's personally won three Grammies as well as having been nominated fourteen times on many albums that won Grammies. Saxophonist Joe Lovano and drummer Brian Blade participated on Patitucci's last recording ; Rememberance. A very active composer with thirteen solo albums, he also writes for different chamber musical ensembles. Patitucci is currently in residence at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute and recently launched an online bass school with ArtistWorks.

Brian Blade
This young and multi-talented music veteran is widely respected in the world of jazz as a drummer, composer and bandleader of Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band, with whom he's launched three albums. He's also the drummer of many musical heroes such as Daniel Lanois, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Seal, Bill Frisell and Emmylou Harris. Brian has been part of the Wayne Shorter Quartet since 2000.

To see a great video of the band, it's here

The Gala Concert of the Panama Jazz Festival is dedicated to raising funds for the educational programs of the Fundacion Danilo Pérez. The Gala will also present Danilo Pérez with Luciana Souza, as well as Samy and Sandra Sandoval with Orchestra led by Bill Dobbins.

For more info,  panamajazzfestival.com

www.sortiesJAZZZnights.com will be there and will present coverage, interviews (Wayne Shorter, Danilo Pérez and Chucho Valdes) and videos!
Claude Thibault, editor

Thursday January 18th at L'Astral, discover some of the best of the new french jazz scene with pianist Perrine Mansuy, saxophonist Samy Thiébault and saxophonist Yacine Boularès.

French Quarter 150x150.jpgFrench Quarter, Jazz in NYC & Montréal is a triple concert highlighting some of the best new jazz from France, for this one-night only concert Thursday January 18th at L'Astral you'll discover...

Pianist Perrine Mansuy and trumpet player Christophe Leloil @ 8pm
Acclaimed by critics and musicians alike for her beautiful compositions, intimate and far from virtuoso demonstrations, Perrine Mansuy has made her space in the demanding realm of jazz pianists. From remarkable collaborations to great albums, this young artist has imposed a style of playing and atypical signature writing with free improvisations and harmonic creativity. On here latest album her jazz drifts from pop, rock and oniric atmospheres in a dream pop that caresses the magic of trumpeter Christophe Leloil's blowing.

Perrine Mansuy : piano / Christophe Leloil : trumpet / Pierre Fenichel : bass / Fred Pasqua : drums

For the video, it's here

Saxophonist Samy Thiébault presents Rebirth @ 9pm
With his powerful quartet, welded by a strong friendship, six albums, ten years of intense and adventurous collective playing, the constantly seeking saxophonist presented his last opus Rebirth, last September. This album was the highlight of the fall season. It's the notion of melody, in the intimite and traditional sense of the term as well as it's universal and emotional sense that transpire throughout the album, like a passionate self-portrait. Playing inspired by his morrocan roots, from West Africa where he grew up, and from South America where the quartet has played extensively and rendered in contemporary and modern jazz language. A personal and stylistic renaissance and a new cycle of life and music connected to the intimite inspiration of the musician.

Samy Thiébault : saxophone / Adrien Chicot : piano  / Sylvain Romano : bass / Philippe Soirat : drums

For the video, it's here

Saxophonist Yacine Boularès presents Ajoyo @ 10pm
Ajoyo is the explosive first album of saxophonist, composer and french-tunisian producer Yacine Boularès who after studying philosophy went on to study jazz at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and obtained the Fulbright Scholarship to study at NY's New School for Jazz where he's been living since 2009. He's made his space in a city that's in phase with his need for creativity and diversity and quickly sided on stage and in the studio musicians such as Ben E. King, Tabou Combo, the Orchestre Septentrional d’Haiti, Sheila Jordan, Placido Domingo or Fela Kuti's past drummer, Jojo Kuo. Those influences inspired him to discover his own identity and the exploration of West African dance rhythms inspired him to create Ajoyo, a mystic blend of african tradition, jazz and soul. Yacine and Sarah Elizabeth Charles co-wrote the texts that celebrate life, love and justice : a sophisticated transe music that feeds the heart, the soul and the body.

Yacine Boularès : saxophone / Alon Albagli : guitar / Jesse Fischer : piano, keys / Sarah Elizabeth Charles : voice / Yonathan Levy : bass / Guilhem Flouzat : drums

For the video, it's here

French Quarter, Jazz in NYC et Montréal

Pianist Perrine Mansuy and trumpeter Christophe Leloil @ 8pm
Saxophonist Samy Thiébault presents Rebirth @ 9pm
Saxophonist Yacine Boularès presents Ajoyo @ 10pm

L'Astral
305 Sainte-Catherine W.
514-871-1881

Saturday January 13th at the Dièse Onze, Luke Horimoto's Fat Kid Octet, highlighting some of the members of the Fat Kid Big Band - a new Montreal Big Band, play some of New Beginnings pieces.

Fat Kid Octet.jpgI wanted to find our more about young composer, arranger and even sometimes saxophonist Luke Horimoto, originally from Vancouver, who's made Montreal his home for the last 7 years in between stints working as a flight attendant in the Middle East. When he's not flying or trying to get some rest, he spends most of his time writing music for his 19 member jazz ensemble, the Fat Kid Big Band and it's octet version.

CT : Luke, tell me about the Fat Kid Octet and the Fat Kid Big Band, what made you want to start up a big band and an octet version?

LH : Composing, arranging for big band is something I’ve always wanted to do. To be able to record something with such great musicians was quite an exceptional experience. The octet is a bunch of the dudes from the larger group. It’s a reduced ensemble but easier to manage.

CT : How did you go about choosing the 19 members of the Fat Kid Big Band?  

LH : They’re all musicians who are friends from university, musicians who are active on the scene here, mentors and referrals.

CT : What brought to Montreal from Vancouver seven years ago?

LH : After High School, I was in a completely unrelated field of study in university. After a year, I want to pursue my true passion, playing saxophone. So I deciced to come and study in Montreal. I finished my BAC and the music scene and poutine kept me here for a while after.

CT : So what material will you be playing with your octet on Saturday January 13th?

LH : Material from the upcoming New Beginnings album (mostly original compositions,), some standard jazz repertoire, a bit of groovy-but-not-totally-jazz material. I just want to say though - this show is not truly an album launch though since it won’t be the full ensemble. Stay tuned.

CT : When is New Beginnings due and where will it be available?

LH : It’s to be released on the January 19th. It’ll be on iTunes, Amazon Music and other digital outlets. There will be physical copies too, but in a limited quantity. (Pssst, I will be selling some CD’s at the show on the 13th. I know it’s 6 days too early… but hey man, I’m not in town often.)

CT : And who's the Fat Kid?

LH : I’m still working on a more distilled explanation of the Fat Kid name’s origins. Part of the name’s philosophy though is no frills good old fun, and I do what I can to push that through in our music. Of course with the help of the excellent musicians (all from Montréal) who I get to work with. It’s also a pretty easy name to visualize and remember.

For the video, it's here

For more info : fatkidbigband.com

On  FB : https://www.facebook.com/fatkidbigband

Interview : Claude Thibault

I like the variety of the music, latin, funk, swing...
Matt Mignogna, guitar

It's definitly inspired, there's a lot of work into this...
Al McLean, tenor sax

Luke Horimoto - tenor sax, compositions
Hichem Khalfa - trumpet
Al McLean - alto sax
Modibo Keïta - trombone
Matt Mignogna - guitar
Guillaume Martineau - piano
Alex Bellegarde - bass
William Machado - drums

Fat Kid Octet
Saturday, January 13th 10pm
Dièse Onze
4115A St-Denis    
514-223-3543

Trumpeter Erik Truffaz (France/Switzerland), songstress Emilie Claire Barlow (Canada) and saxman Kenny Garrett (USA) open up the 12th Festival International de jazz de Port-au-Prince, January 20th.

Loop-1-Eng.jpgThe 12th Festival International de jazz de Port-au-Prince kicks off January 20th with these three great artists...

Erik Truffaz, a fusion Jazz trumpet player with an electronic touch. Famous french trumpet player, Erik Truffaz discovered jazz through Miles Davis’ music, where he drew major inspiration from, all while adding his personal touch to it. His music is a mix of electro and jazz fusion. With his tamed sound, Erik Truffaz gives a unique feel to his music. He has collaborated with Arthur Hnatek, Tigran Hamasyan, John Patitucci and Shai Maestro. Erik Truffaz will be opening the 12th edition of the PAPJAZZ on the Prestige stage at the Karibe and at the French Institute during the week.

A smooth and jazzy voice at the PAPJAZZ : Emilie Claire Barlow is a famous Canadian jazz singer and producer who is known for her authentic voice and smooth timbre. She is a recipient of a Felix award at the ADISQ gala of Quebec for her first Francophone album Seule ce soir. She also received two Juno Awards, one of them being for her last album Clear Day in 2016, co-produced with Steve Webster. Emilie Claire Barlow draws inspiration from artist such as Holly Cole, Bobby McFerrin, Tony Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Joni Mitchell. Emilie-Claire will charm you all with her voice at the PAPJAZZ opening night on the Prestige stage at the Karibe hotel.

No other saxophone player since John Coltrane had me so shook” – Miles Davis. The alto Saxophone player Kenny Garrett remains one of the best player of contemporary jazz. His versatility allows him to excel in a variety of style such as funk, pop or traditional jazz. He is as comfortable when expressing beautiful exuberance than when communicating deep spirituality. Kenny Garrett never stops to renew himself, all while remaining faithful to his mentors: Art Blakey, Freddy Hubbard or Miles Davis.

For more info, http://papjazzhaiti.org

Benefit-concert for pianist Michel Cyr Wednesday January 24th at St-Jerome's Bistro Bar Uni-Verre de St-Jérôme, and a Gofundme.com crowdfunding campaign, he needs your help.

Michel Cyr tete.jpgPianist / keyboardist Michel Cyr is well-known for his huge talent (Duo de Trois, Beau et Chaud, etc) and his great sense of humor. In 2017 Michel got a liver cancer. After the operation he thought his health would be back but in November cancer struck again, but this time it was a brain tumor. He was operated very quickly and again he thought he was going to better but that's not the case. As of 2018 Michel will have to receive 33 treatments of chemotherapy over a period of 6 weeks. That's a lot of travelling, hard physically as well as financially...today Michel Cyr needs a little from his friends and together we can make a difference for him and his family.

It's with the great generosity of St-Jérôme's Bistro Bar Uni-Verre that Wednesday January 24th will go on stage Luc Boivin (percussions), Ron Di Lauro (trumpet), Pierre Côté (guitar), Jean-Pierre Zanella (sax), Norman Lachapelle (bass) and Paul Brochu (drums), for a benefit-concert, but if you can't make it you always support Michel with our Gofundme.com crowdfunding campaign.

Luc Boivin (percussions)
Ron Di Lauro (trumpet)
Pierre Côté (guitar)
Jean-Pierre Zanella (sax)
Norman Lachapelle (bass)
Paul Brochu (drums)

Wednesday January 21st 7:30pm
Bistro Bar Uni-Verre / St-Jérôme    
291 St-Georges    
450-592-2233

 

Drummer Simone Prattico and Trio present Brooklyn Sessions Saturday January 20th at the Théâtre de la Ville.

Simone Prattico.jpgYou could define italian drummer Simone Prattico like a rhythm seeker : over the years and thanks to many prestigious international collaborations, he's explored many diverse musical realms, continuously searching the roots and the authentic pulsations of each project. Well-known in Quebec for having accompanied Piers Faccini, he'll be on tour in Quebec starting with a concert at Longueuil's Théâtre de la Ville Saturday January 20th 2018 to present his first album, Brooklyn Sessions, available January 19th on iTunes.

Musician Simone Prattico is a regular of the circuits and studios of the world. A sought-after drummer and percussionnist, he lines up with his first album Brooklyn Sessions – recorded with pianist Klaus Mueller and bassist Brandi Disterheft – his fundamentals :  a hybrid jazz, musical friends and New York's energy, a global city where he always feels at home. Simone Prattico wanted the recording to be like a live impromptu, where the musicians discovered the music and played it with a few takes, with the freshness and energy that it brings. The moods goes from dreamy ballads, intense rhythms to true lullabies. Tinted with african colors, their revisited Maiden Voyage (Herbie Hancock) is one of the key tracks of the album and a reflection of the drummer's path.

Simone Prattico : drums
Paul Shrofel : piano
Acelino de Paula : bass

Simone Prattico Trio - Saturday January 20th 8pm
Théâtre de la Ville - Salle Jean-Louis-Millette in cabaret formula
180, rue De Gentilly East, Longueuil
Box Office : 450-670-1616

To see the video of See Ya by the trio, it's here

 

Brothers Chet Doxas (sax) and Jim Doxas (drums) in Quintet with Steve Raegele (guitar), Joe Grass (pedal steel) and Adrian Vedady (bass), a once-time concert Sunday January 21st at the Segal Centre.

Chet and Jim Doxas_Photo by Randy Cole.jpgUnited for a one-time concert at the Segal Centre, this unconventional quintet features the Doxas brothers, Chet Doxas on saxophone and Jim Doxas on drums, Steve Raegele on guitar, Joe Grass on pedal steel guitar, and Adrian Vedady on bass. Layering their individual voices to reinterpret some great standards, the quintet will also present some of their original compositions. Delving into their various musical experiences, the resulting impressionistic soundscape will fill the Studio space and envelop the audience.

Tickets for this event are $30. Subscribe to the full Power Music series at the Segal Centre for as low as $25 per show and enjoy perks such as priority seating and
free indoor parking;

Next up in the Power Music series : Gabs Sings Babs. Gabi Epstein performs her critically acclaimed Gabs Sings Babs: Gabi Epstein sings the songs of Barbra Streisand. The Power Music Series is presented with the generous support of Power Corporation

The Doxas Brothers and Friends
January 21, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.
$25-$30
Segal Centre for Performing Arts
For tickets, it's here
5170 ch. de la Côte-Ste-Catherine,
Montreal, Quebec

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COMING EVENTS

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Thursday January 11

Rich Irwin et ses invités - artiste du mois de janvier   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9pm
Christine Tassan et ses invités en trio   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Trio MHB : Francis Blouin Carl Mayotte Frédéric Hébert   L'Escalier 7pm
UdeM Night : YUL - Alex Lefaivre Erik Hove Nicolas Ferron Mark Nelson   Résonance 8pm
Steve Rowe   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday January 12

UpsyDaisy : Christian Bailet Félix Tellier Pouliot Philippe Fleury   Annexe St-Ambroise 9pm
Phil So Good Trio   Bar Le Jockey 8pm
Lady J and The Jazz Cigarettes   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 9pm
The Friday Night Band avec Rui N. Abreu, Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Dream Cassette : Joel Miller Francois Jalbert Kevin Warren Émile Farley   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Masashi Usui Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Mike Gauthier Trio   La Marche à côté 6pm
Extended Family (nouvelle résidence no. 12) avec Gabriel Vinuela et plus   Résonance 9pm
Andres Vial Alec Walkington Camil Bélisle   Résonance 6pm
Masson Stomp - le bon plan jazz de la semaine   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday January 13

Quartet Cerbère : Maiko Dubuc, Rémi Y. Morissette, Alex Leblanc et Noam Guerrier Freud   Café Lézard - Masson 7pm
Erik Hove Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Fat Kid Octet avec Luke Horimoto Hichem Khalfa Al McLean M Keïta M Mignogna G Martineau A Bellegarde W Machado   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Kim Richardson - American Story Show   Le Balcon Café-Théâtre 7pm
Kevin Dean et amis   Résonance 6pm
Simon Legault Originals Trio   Résonance 9pm
Misses Satchmo   Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil) 8pm
Jason Rosenblatt Tevet Sela Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday January 14

Les Baleines Blanches : François Corbeil et amis   Balattou 8pm
Jazz session vocal avec Barbara Secours   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Hommage Ambrose Akinmusire : Annie Lu Julian Jayme Matt Choboter Cole Birney-Stewart Aaron Dolman   Résonance 6pm
Kalmunity Jazz Project   Résonance 9:30pm
Parc X-Trio - Ellington Jazz Party In Stereo   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Monday January 15

Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Thomas Carbou Erik Hove Kevin Warren   Le Rouge Gorge 6:30pm
Hornet - Jean-Francois Ouellet Lex French Mathieu McConnell-Enright Louis-Vincent Hamel   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Tuesday January 16

Alex Bellegarde Jam Session avec invité Luke Horimoto   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Greg Amirault et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Reno De Stefano Trio   L'Escalier 7pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Taylor Donaldson Big Band   Résonance 9pm
Guillaume Martineau Éric Lagacé Mark Nelson rendent hommage à Brassens et Brel   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday January 17

Jam sessions de L'Unik avec Carlos Jiménez, Jeremy Alie Leon et plus   Bar L'Unik 9pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul therapy avec The Brooks et invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Grumpy's Jam avec Nicolas Ferron Geoffroy Rémi-Jean LeBlanc Mark Nelson   Grumpy's Bar 9:30pm
Zach Frampton Electric Trio   La Magdalena Bar à vin 8:45pm
Jazz jam manouche avec le Hal Cole Quintet   La Marche à côté 9pm
Mario Allard Quintet   Quai des brumes 9pm
Togetherness : Ellwood Eps Erik Hove Scott Thomson Stéphane Diamantakiou Louis-Vincent Hamel   Résonance 9pm
Parker Shper - solo et avec invités spéciaux   Résonance 6pm
Fuat Tuac Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Thursday January 18

Rich Irwin et ses invités Pierre Francois, Alexandre Côté Dave Watts - l'artiste du mois de janvier   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9pm
Dan Thouin et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Perrine Mansuy Christophe Leloil Pierre Fenichel Fred Pasqua (French Quarter)   L'Astral 8pm
Samy Thiébault Adrien Chicot Sylvain Romano Philippe Soirat (French Quarter)   L'Astral 9pm
Ajoyo de Yacine Boularès Alon Albagli Jesse Fischer Elizabeth Charles Yonathan Levy Guilhem Flouzat (French Quarter)   L'Astral 10pm
Lluna Jazz Band - avec Rachael Sirois Sari Dajani et plus   Le Café du Théâtre - Brasserie Française 6:30pm
UdeM Night : Joseph Blais Ensemble   Résonance 8pm
Michael Marcotte - récital fin Bacc   Théâtre Fairmount 9pm
Ben Racine Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday January 19

The Friday Night Band avec Rui N. Abreu, Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Joe Sullivan Sextet avec André Leroux Jean Fréchette André White Alec Walkington Dave Laing   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Carlos Jiménez Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Emilio Reyna Trio   Résonance 9pm
Andres Vial et amis...   Résonance 6pm
Paulo Ramos Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday January 20

Florian Hoefner Trio   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Dave Turner et ses amis...   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Kevin Dean et amis   Résonance 6pm
Daniel Arthur Trio avec Ethan Cohn Eric Maillet - le bon plan jazz de la semaine   Résonance 9pm
Simone Prattico Trio - Brooklyn Sessions   Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil) 8pm
Jean-Michel Pilc Trio   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday January 21

Les frêres Chet Doxas, Jim Doxas avec Steve Raegele Joe Grass Adrian Vedady   Centre Segal - Power Jazz 8pm
Jazz session vocal avec Kim Richardson   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
De Si Belles Trio   La Marche à côté 9pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Eric Guy Jean-Sébastien Williams Alain Bastien   Résonance 6pm
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 January 22

Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Isaac Neto Trio avec David Ryshpan Moise Yawo Matey avec Valérie Curro Khayat et Roberto Villanueva   Kaza Maza 8pm
Série Compositeurs Jazz / Jazz Composers Series   Quai des brumes 9pm
Whim Ensemble (Ofer Pelz et Preston Beebe) et Elizabeth Baker   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Tuesday January 23

Alex Bellegarde Jam Session avec invité Robert Murray   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Jean-Sébastien Williams et ami(e)s   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Chris Maskell Quartet   Résonance 9pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Guillaume Martineau Janna Kate et David Carbonneau rendent hommage à Duke Elllington   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday January 24

Concert-bénéfice Michel Cyr : Luc Boivin Ron Di Lauro Pierre Côté Jean-Pierre Zanella Norman Lachapelle Paul Brochu   Bistro Bar Uni-Verre / St-Jérôme 7:30pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul therapy avec The Brooks et invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Zach Frampton Electric Trio   La Magdalena Bar à vin 8:45pm
Simon Millerd (1ière partie) / Ted Crosby Aaron Lumley Michel Lambert (2ième partie)   La Vitrola 9pm
Parker Shper - solo et avec invités spéciaux   Résonance 6pm
Fryr-Tùk avec Damien Jade-Cyr Robin Chemtov Simon Lévesque William Javier Machado   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Thursday January 25

Rich Irwin et ses invités - artiste du mois de janvier   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9pm
Pampa Blues : Tango Boréal avec Denis Plante David Jacques Ian Simpson   Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal - Salle Bourgie 6pm
UdeM Night : invité spécial Ben Riley (batterie)   Résonance 8pm
Shawn McPherson   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday January 26

Le Cabaret Jazz Band   Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean 8pm
The Friday Night Band avec Rui N. Abreu, Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Tihomir Krastev Quartet avec Nick Di Giovanni Alex Bellegarde Martin Auguste   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Yannick Rieu Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Le Tonique fait son cinéma   Petit Medley 8pm
Andres Vial et amis...   Résonance 6pm
Rémi-Jean LeBlanc Trio   Résonance 9pm
Kevin Dean Marie-Fatima Rudolf Gabriel Lambert Levi Dover Michel Lambert   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday January 27

Charles Trudel Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Al McLean et amis   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Projet Charlie Haden : S Millerd G Schwartz J Sandiford J Ferracuti R-J LeBlanc B Goodwin   Résonance 9pm
Kevin Dean et amis   Résonance 6pm
Ron Di Lauro Quartet - Hommage Chet Baker (+ 21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Sunday January 28

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
Sam Kirmayer Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7:30pm

Monday January 29

Multiple Chord Music HIEMS Festival 2018 : Marjorie Fiset (20h) Jason Stillman (21h) et Andy King (22h)   Casa del Popolo 8pm
Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Jonathan Turgeon Trio - Les rêves errants   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Tuesday January 30

Multiple Chord Music HIEMS Festival 2018 : Lucie Martel (20h) Annie Dominique (21h) et Rachel Therrien (22h)   Casa del Popolo 8pm
Alex Bellegarde Jam Session avec invité Samuel Blais   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Stickerbrush : William Machado Damien-Jade Cyr Carl Mayotte   Résonance 9pm

Wednesday January 31

Multiple Chord Music HIEMS Festival 2018 : Charles Trudel (20h) Mario Allard (21h) et Benjamin Deschamps (22h)   Casa del Popolo 8pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul therapy avec The Brooks et invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Manahel avec Félix Desbiens Lucio Jara Patrick Murphy   L'Escalier 5:30pm
Zach Frampton Electric Trio   La Magdalena Bar à vin 8:45pm
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox   MTelus 8pm
Valérie Lacombe Sextet   Résonance 9pm
Parker Shper - solo et avec invités spéciaux   Résonance 6pm
Simone Prattico Trio - Brooklyn Sessions   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Outside greater Montréal


RimouskiJanuary 16 Manta : Thomas Gaudet-Gausselin Emie Lachappelle Tom Jacques Antoine L-Berger   Brasserie Le Bien Le Malt418-723-1339 8pm
QuébecJanuary 16 Nouvelle R Trio : Sylvain St-Onge Carl Mayotte Olivier Bussières   Fou-Bar418-522-1987 8:30pm
QuébecJanuary 17 Jam de la Scala   Restaurant Trattoria La Scala et La Piccola418-525-4545 10pm
QuébecJanuary 20 Journée de la Percussion : Jazz Jam After-Party! Robert Pelletier, René Roulx, Mathieu Boily-Tremblay   Le Fou Aeliés418-656-2131 10pm
QuébecJanuary 20 Journée de la Percussion (de 9h à 23h) avec les ensembles de percussions des Conservatoires, l'Ensemble Muet, et plus   Université Laval - Salle Henri-Gagnon418-656-7061 9am
QuébecJanuary 23 Simone Prattico Trio - Brooklyn Sessions   Au Maelstrom Saint-Roch418-523-0700 7:30pm
St-JérômeJanuary 24 Concert-bénéfice Michel Cyr : Luc Boivin Ron Di Lauro Pierre Côté Jean-Pierre Zanella Norman Lachapelle Paul Brochu   Bistro Bar Uni-Verre / St-Jérôme450-592-2233 7:30pm
QuébecJanuary 24 Jam de la Scala   Restaurant Trattoria La Scala et La Piccola418-525-4545 10pm
SherbrookeJanuary 25 Darkside de Simon Denizart Elli Miller Maboungou - et l'Oumigmag   La Petite Boite Noire819-300-2353 9:30pm
QuébecJanuary 26 Sam Kirmayer Quartet   Bar Ste-Angèle418-692-2171 8:30pm
Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuJanuary 26 Le Cabaret Jazz Band   Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean 450-358-3949 8pm
Iles de la MadeleineJanuary 26 Simone Prattico Trio - Brooklyn Sessions   Salle des Pas Perdus418-986-6002 7:30pm
QuébecJanuary 27 Sam Kirmayer Quartet   Bar Ste-Angèle418-692-2171 8:30pm
WarwickJanuary 27 Michel Donato Robert Ménard : Simplement jazz   Maison musicale Warwick819-358-2201 8pm
QuébecJanuary 31 Jam de la Scala   Restaurant Trattoria La Scala et La Piccola418-525-4545 10pm

Venues in the greater Montréal area


 
Annexe St-Ambroise5080, rue St-Ambroise514-939-3060
Balattou4372 St-Laurent514-845-5447
Bar L'Unik805 Décarie514-744-5345
Bar Le Jockey1309 St-Zotique514-564-6646
Bistro Bar Uni-Verre / St-Jérôme291 St-Georges450-592-2233
Bootlegger, l'Authenthique3481 Boul. St-Laurent438-383-2226
Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean 190 Laurier/Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu450-358-3949
Café Lézard - Masson3119 Masson514-729-3777
Casa del Popolo4873 St-Laurent514-284-3804
Centre Segal - Power Jazz5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine514-739-2301
Dièse Onze Jazz Resto4115A St-Denis514-223-3543
Grumpy's Bar1242 Bishop514-866-9010
Kaza Maza4629 ave. du Parc514-844-6292
L'Astral305 Sainte-Catherine O514-871-1881
L'Escalier552 Ste-Catherine E514-419-6609
La Magdalena Bar à vin4005 Notre-Dame O438-383-3229
La Marche à côté5043 St-Denis-
La Vitrola4602 St-Laurent514-284-0122
Le Balcon Café-Théâtre463 Ste-Catherine O514-528-9766
Le Café du Théâtre - Brasserie Française6000 de Rome450-676-2211
Le Rouge Gorge1234 Mont-Royal E.514-303-3822
MTelus59 St-Catherine Est514-844-3500
Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal - Salle Bourgie1339 Sherbrooke O514-285-2000
Petit Medley6206 St-Hubert514-271-7887
Pub Epoxy4210 St-Jacques O.514-935-0043
Quai des brumes4481 St-Denis514-499-0467
Résonance5175A Ave. du Parc514-894-7543
Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil)180 Gentilly E450-670-1616
Théâtre Fairmount5240 Ave. du Parc-
Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill1254 Mackay514-931-6808
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