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The Stanley Clarke Band at the Festi Jazz International de Rimouski, Sunday Sept. 2nd.

3 - Stanley Clarke 150x150.jpgThe Festi Jazz International de Rimouski is pleased to welcome one of the most exciting band actually on the planet: The Stanley Clarke Band, performing on Sunday September 2nd at the Salle Desjardins-Telus. Four-time Grammy Award winner, Stanley Clarke has attained «living legend» status during his over 45-year career as a bass virtuoso, being recognized and rewarded in every imaginable way: gold and platinum records, Emmy nominations, virtually every readers and critics poll in existence,  and more.  He is the first bassist in history who doubles on acoustic and electric bass with equal ferocity and the first jazz-fusion bassist ever to headline tours, selling out shows worldwide. For its first time in Rimouski and only show in Canada in 2018, he will by accompanied by Shariq «Rik» Tucker on the drums, Cameron Graves on the keyboard and the young prodigy Beka Gochiashvili on the piano.

To see a video of the group in fusion version of Goodbye Pork Pie Hat at the Festival Jazz en Comminges, it's here

The Festi Jazz International de Rimouski takes place from August 29th to September 2nd. Jazz fans can contact Spect'Art Rimouski ticket office (418-724-0800 or
spectart.com) for tickets or for the Passport which give access to all of the festival's shows. Sold only $ 160, it’s an economy up to $ 100 for those who don’t want to miss anything!

More information at festijazzrimouski.com.

Jazz vocalist David Linx is at the Festi Jazz de Rimouski Aug. 31st and talks to us about Quebec, his inspiration for this concert, his father, his influences, his singing, jazz and languages, his duo with bassist Michel Hatzigeorgiou, and more...

David Linx Michel Hatzigeorgiou 150x150.jpgCT - David Linx, what a treat to connect with you before this concert with Michel Hatzigeorgiou at the Festi Jazz International de Rimouski Friday Aug. 31st, so,  welcome back in Quebec, as you'd been here with Diederik Wissels in August 2015, but that time it was on the other side of the St-Lawrence River, at the Domaine Forget.

I read that you'd written new pieces with bassist Michel Hatzigeorgiou for this concert, that's a nice gift for the Festi Jazz! I'm guessing that Quebec and its wide open spaces have inspired you...otherwise what inspires you these days?

DL - I've been in Quebec a few times, at the Montreal Jazz Fest in 2005, at the Domaine Forget and I'll be back in February for 3 concerts with the
Brussels Jazz Orchestra. The Quebec landscape is impressive and I feel inhabited by another kind of inspiration that usual, much larger and quieter than what I'm used to, I'm a city animal used to a more nervous and excited energy. I grew up and lived  in between Bruxelles, Paris and New York and usually most tours are in larger cities.


Today, as always, I draw my inspiration by listening to what I don't already know, like young musicians because their new talent is incredible, like each new generation is. But you're really and artist when you're a witness of your time, in other words, being able to speak with beauty and energy, with all the means that we have, of what's going on today. Writing is done in many layers. A text can be read like a ballad but underlying it you realise that Trump's uglyness, for example, is also there. You have to talk about yourself without reserve before talking about the other person. That's how a song becomes universal. You have to be a vessel.

CT - With the childhood that you had and your upbringing could you have been anything else but a musician?

DL - Yes and no. Our father always left us free to choose and I know that secretly he would've like that one of us had gone to University. But what he liked to see above all is the will to do something. Music is a domain in which nobody's expecting you. You've got to create your space and that's were willingness replaces a certain arrogance. Quite young I received so much support and that gave me good fondation. It's when it lasts that carreer makes sense.

CT - And younger, who were the jazz artists that turned you on to jazz?

DL - Very very young it was, and it still is, Miles Davis. When I was 4 I wanted to be what I heard at home : Miles Davis. At that age I actually thought that he was a singer. So when I'm asked who's my favorite singer, I often say Miles Davis. Also because he lost his voice so young, his trumpet became his voice. When he's playing, you can hear murmurs, screams and whispers. I had the chance to meet him when I lived with writer James Baldwin in New York and Saint-Paul-de-Vence. He was one of the most complete artists that I knew, like James Baldwin, or Pablo Picasso.

CT - Your interpretations are very creative and uncommon, I hear instruments in your voice, which ones are they?

DL - I don't imitate instruments but they have a major influence on me. I've worked a lot with recordins from Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans, Michael Brecker, Chick Corea, Sonny Stitt, John Coltrane and so many others, mostly to work my sound. But what defines me as a singer, in my case, and completely free, are the words, that's what gives me my role, even if I can improvise in any context. A singer that doesn't master his text is doing an imitation and I'm not into that. But that's me.

CT - One of our great Quebec singers, Ginette Reno, once said that jazz singing happens in english, you seem to agree with that...

DL - I love Ginette Reno, she's a legend and a great lady but I'm afraid I don't quite agree. I've recorded in over 15 languages and I'm convinced that I'm the one swinging, not the idiom. Jazz, over and above genres, is a constant interaction in between melody, harmony, rhythm and tempo. Without that jazz doesn't happen. The most complete singer for me is Betty Carter. For me very few of today's vocalists that define themselves as jazz singers, are. They use the nostalgic color of a certain brand of jazz but it remains peripheral by using it's charm as a major bond. Nothing wrong with that but it prevents a certain interaction. When I'm singing Round Midnight in english or in french, it's exactly the same for me, if it's not, I'm the problem, not the language, if, of course the text is well done in both languages. Singing jazz is a lot more than nostalgia.

CT - And this collaboration with bassist Michel Hatzigeorgiou, how did that happen?

DL - I've know Michel since I was 16 (I'm 53) and we've played and recorded together in many bands (Aka Moon, on my record with James Baldwin and Steve Coleman, among others, Toots Thielemans, etc). We'd always wanted to do a duo. We're very proud about it because it's the result, in simplicity, of our respective 40 years in music. 

CT - You'll also be giving a masterclass in Rimouski, it's important for you to pass on and share with the next generation?

DL - Passing it on, specially in a world where culture is constantly at risk, is essential. But knowledge and transmission are even stronger if the student's curiosity is alive. My authority will only be justified by the level of curiosity of the student. It takes away hierarchy and makes room for mutual respect.  In today's world where politics are practically always immoral and where music, among others, is used as a media tool to crush the others, we've got to make room for something else than the daily entertainment drivel.

CT - And you, when you were younger, who passed it on to you?

DL - In my youth there weren't any schools so I got the mentors that I felt were important for me, and not necessarily in my domain, singer, althought I studied piano, flute and the drums. In that case it was mostly Kenny Clarke and James Baldwin with whom I lived. There are others like my godfather Nathan Davis. And also Ella Fitzgerald that I met when I was 14. Touching her arm was the confirmation that I needed after singing with her albums for years. What a tremendous person and what a beautiful person. But I'm still learning every day by keeping my eyes open, in particular with my students.

CT - Your fav jazz singer and why?

DL - My favorite vocalists are Ella Fitzgerald, Betty Carter: for me she transformed scat into vocal improvisation without directly imitating the instruments. There's also Jimmy Rushing, Mark Murphy : I was his drummer when he came to Benelux. There's also Shirley Horn, Jeanne Lee and Abbey Lincoln. As well as Jeff Buckley, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Abdelhalim Hafez, Joni Mitchell. I adore my friend Lenine, a brazilian singer. And so many more...

CT - What do you listen to in your car?

DL - I don't have a car. Because I live in Paris and travel too much to have one. But if I did, I'd listen to Mingus, Carla Bley, Earth Wind and Fire, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, Miles and all the ones I've already named, and more. With the volume cranked up and the pedal to the floor.

CT - You've played with so many great artists, tell us about a WOW! musical moment that stands out...

DL - It's hard for me to think about just one special moment. With 40 years of concerts and recordings, there's many. But a stong moment when you're young is being on stage with or in the studio with childhood legends. Or the first time with a Big Band, for me it was the Count Basie Orchestra with Frank Foster that had arranged the pieces, or when I recorded my CD with James Baldwin that recited his poems on music written by Pierre Van Dormael and with twenty musicians such as Steve Coleman, Toots Thielemans, Slide Hampton, Bob Stewart, and Michel Hatzigeorgiou...The first time with a symphonic orchestra. But mostly my project with Diederik Wissels going on thirty years that remains each time a renewed experience. There's so many more...

CT - What more would you like to tell our readers about this Aug. 31st concert? What can we expect?

DL - A warmhearted moment of sharing with all.
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Vocalist David Linx and bassist Michel Hatzigeorgiou.

Friday Aug. 31st 7:30pm in the Les Grands Spectacles series of the Festi Jazz International de Rimouski.
Friday Aug. 31st 11am : Masterclass by David Linx for all at the Festi Jazz International de Rimouski.

For the Roxanne video, it's here

For the Letter To My Son video, it's here

For more info, http://www.davidlinx-official.com/
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Interview : Claude Thibault, Editor

3 days at Jazz à Sète 2018 : CouleursJazz.fr gets an invit for the 23rd Festival Jazz à Sète.

Jazz a Sete 150x150.jpgLet's just say, as we'd already done a few weeks before the Festival Jazz à Sète started, that the exceptional musicians picked by Louis Martinez have already thrilled the public nightly filling the 1,500 bleacher seats.

Fred Nardin's swing, finesse and elegance ; cuban pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba, once again beaming with virtuosity and musicality ; Thomas de Pourquery that ufo that left a timeless souvenir for those who heard him for the first time : people were still talking about it for many days in the Sete cafés and venues.

But apart from the programmed headliners playing at the Théâtre de la mer, the Festival Jazz à Sète also had a « Off » festival brewed up by Jade Martinez for the 
« Set de Jazz » Association that has enthralled the music lovers that can get up close and talk with artists, participate in free conferences, see movies, and listen to  the concerts in the different venues of the city.

As any good summertime festival goers would've done, we also took advantage of Sète, of it's beautiful water channels and great food. Those are a few other things that you can add the festival experience.

To see the promo video, it's here

For the complete article on CouleursJazz.fr in french, it's here

This feature is a special CouleursJazz.fr and sortiesJAZZnights.com collaboration.

Bassist Stanley Clarke talks to us about his music, playing with new talent, bassists that turned him on, bassists to watch out for, and more...

Stanley Clarke 150x150.jpgIn this sit-down interview mixed in with some of his Montreal Jazz Fest performance (July 3rd 2017), bassist Stanley Clarke talks about what they're going to play at the Montreal Jazz Fest, Up!, Return to Forever, his repertoire, the new album he's working on, playing with younger musicians which is a jazz tradition, passing it on, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, how he connects with the drummer being a bassist, how his drummers have to be a free spirit and ferociously brave, bassists that turned him on : Ron Carter, Scott LaFaro and Richard Davis on the acoustic bass and Larry Graham, Billy Cox, James Jamerson and Carol Kaye on the electric bass, how he started playing the saxophone when John Coltrane died, what he listens to these days on his home Jukebox, and young bassists we should be looking out for...

For more info on the Sept. 2nd concert, festijazzrimouski.com

For tickets for the Sept. 2nd concert, it's here

For the music and video interview from the 2017 Montreal Jazz Fest, it's here

Montreal’s Jean-Michel Pilc and Jim Doxas join the faculty for the 25th Anniversary JazzWorks Jazz Camp, August 16-19 at the Cammac Music Centre on beautiful Lake MacDonald.

Jazz Camp 150x180.pngThe JazzWorks 25th Annual Jazz Camp is a great way for singers and instrumentalists to polish their jazz theory and performing skills with innovative Canadian jazz artists and international guests, in a relaxed and supportive environment. With Montreal bassist Adrian Vedady as Music Director, it's an intensive, adult-focused learning experience for jazz musicians of all levels. They can immerse themselves in improvisation, jazz history, composition and arranging, combo rehearsals and master classes, topped off with nightly high-energy jam sessions and exciting concerts featuring Camp participants alongside JazzWorks’ faculty of world-class jazz pros.

Enhance your experience with the optional Composers' Symposium or Independent Practice Session - August 13-16.

An additional three-day session (August 13-16 - first day optional) is available for aspiring and experienced composer-arrangers looking to hone their craft. This stand-alone composition workshop is a great lead-in to the Jazz Camp, providing valuable insights and new approaches to composing and arranging for those who are writing original tunes and arrangements. Sessions include individual mentorship and group coaching, plus dedicated solo studio time to work on new creations. This special, small group event includes the option to use the additional 2 or 3 days for solo practice time and impromptu jamming with other Campers. Composition faculty includes Jean-Michel Pilc, Sienna Dahlen, Adrian Vedady and Julie Michels.

The Composers' Symposium runs from August 13-16 (first day optional), followed by the Jazz Camp from August 16-19, 2018.

This year’s all-star faculty features a stellar lineup of seasoned jazz artists and educators from Canada and the U.S.:

Adrian Vedady — Bass, Camp Musical Director
Julie Michels — Voice
Sienna Dahlen — Voice
Don Braden (New York) — Saxophone
Shirantha Beddage — Saxophone
Itamar Borochov (New York) — Trumpet
William Carn — Trombone
Roddy Ellias — Guitar
Lorne Lofsky — Guitar
Jean-Michel Pilc — Piano
Kate Wyatt — Piano
Jim Doxas — Drums
Nick Fraser — Drums
Garry Elliott — Guitar, Vocal Accompanist
Steve Boudreau — Piano, Vocal Accompanist

It’s the highlight of my whole year! Time to focus on music I love with people who love it as much as I do. The thrill hasn’t worn off in 10 years.” - Leslie Toope, vocalist


Composer's Symposium :  August 13-16, 2018
Jazz Camp : August 16-19, 2018
Cammac Music Centre
Harrington, Qc. (2 hrs from Mtl)

Registration :

Packages start at $735.00 CAD ($555 USD) including room and board. To register, you can reach us at 613-523-0316 or jazz@jazzworkscanada.com.

For more information, visit jazzworkscanada.com.

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COMING EVENTS

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Thursday August 16

Jean-Sébastien Williams Trio   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Éric St-Jean Quartet avec Nick Di Giovanni Olivier Babaz Martin Auguste   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Kimberley Beyea Barry Turner   Marco Bar et Grill 5pm
Hommage Jacob do Bandolim de Rodrigo Simoes + Trio Bruxo   Résonance 9pm
Fuel Junkie : Mark LeClerc Philippe Brochu Patrice Luneau Antoine Loiselle Jean-François Charest Philippe Fleury   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday August 17

Electric Church   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 9pm
The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Simon Legault Quintet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Susie Arioli Quartet avec Jim Bland, Paul Shrofel et Mike DeMasi   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Mary Dee   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Nick Maclean Quartet avec Brownman Ali / Dave Ryshpan Trio   Résonance 9pm
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Undercover 4tet : Jean-Benoit Lasanté Jean-François Groulx Peter Kisilenko Paul Brochu   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday August 18

Josh Rager Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Benny Sharoni Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Louise Sauvé Jazz Trio   Hôtel Ritz-Carlton - Maison Boulud 12:30pm
Christian Cardinal Trio   L'Escalier 5pm
Mike Gauthier Trio   L'Escalier 7:15pm
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
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Sarah Albu Noam Bierstone Joe Browne Felix Del Tredici   Résonance 9pm
Mike Goudreau et The Boppin' Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday August 19

Jazz session vocal avec Kim Richardson   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
L'Orchestre national de jazz de Montréal avec Diane Dufresne et Lorraine Desmarais   Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix) 3pm
Jeff Simons Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Sarah MK   Place de la Gare Jean-Talon 2pm
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 August 20

Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
A compas de Tres avec Jheinsen Montalvo El Chele Hédi Arquilières   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Johnny Beaudine Quartet - Deep Blue   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Mathieu Soucy Evan Shay Ethan Cohn Fred Hébert   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Tuesday August 21

Alex Bellegarde Jam Session et son invité Jean-Christophe Germain   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Greg Amirault et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Mardi Spaghetti : Grands groupes : Sam Shalabi et invités + Lori Freedman et invités   La Sala Rossa 9pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Jihye Lmm Marshal Herridge Valérie Lacombe Trio   Résonance 6pm
Taylor Donaldson Big Band   Résonance 9pm
Parc X-Trio : Gabriel Vinuela-Pelletier Alex Lefaivre Mark Nelson - Hommage Bud Powell   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday August 22

Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Lex French Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Rodrigo Simoes Kamilla Nasr   Le French Quarter Bistro Jazz 8pm
Giovany Arteaga Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Snooksta and the Gangstas   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Hot Jazz Jam Session avec Les Royal Pickles   Quai des brumes 5pm
Éric Guy Jean-Sébastien Williams Alain Bastien   Résonance 9pm
Parker Shper   Résonance 6pm
MISC   Théâtre de Verdure de Parc Lafontaine 7pm
Éveline Grégoire-Rousseau et François Jalbert Olivier Babaz Mark Nelson   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Thursday August 23

Punk Milk avec Jean-Michel Pilc Dan Faulk Mike De Masi Andre White   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Christine Tassan et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Kimberley Beyea Barry Turner   Marco Bar et Grill 5pm
Claire Devlin Quartet avec Deniz Lim-Sersan   Résonance 9pm
Shawn McPherson Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday August 24

The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Rachel Therrien Latin Jazz Ensemble avec Albert Bover (Espagne)   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Jean-Marc Hébert Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Manahel   Insiders - Anticafe Local 8pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Mary Dee   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Emilio Reyna 4tet   Résonance 9pm
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Colin Hunter avec Al McLean Alec Walkington Dave Laing   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday August 25

Rachel Therrien Latin Jazz Ensemble avec Irving Acao (Cuba/Paris)   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Geoff Lapp Martin Garbulinski Camil Bélisle   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Heritage Jazz Band   L'Escalier 5pm
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
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Taylor Haskins + Gnosis (avec Henry Hey David Cutler Zach Danziger)   Résonance 9pm
Colin Hunter avec Al McLean Alec Walkington Dave Laing   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday August 26

Jazz session vocal avec Kim Richardson   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
Jeff Simons Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
St-Henri Jam Session avec Sam Kirmayer Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Kalmunity Jazz Project   Résonance 9:30pm
Mike Bruzzese Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7:30pm

Monday August 27

Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Montalvo Flamenko Jazz   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Johnny Beaudine Quartet - Deep Blue   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Tuesday August 28

Alex Bellegarde Jam Session et son invité spécial du Mexique   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Kutsi Merki   L'Escalier 9:30pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Daniel Hersog Jazz Orchestra avec Noah Preminger et Frank Carlberg   Résonance 9pm
Jihye Lmm Marshal Herridge Valérie Lacombe Trio   Résonance 6pm
Parc X-Trio : Gabriel Vinuela-Pelletier Alex Lefaivre Mark Nelson   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday August 29

Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Jean-Michel Pilc "Parallel"   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9pm
Giovany Arteaga Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Snooksta and the Gangstas   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Hot Jazz Jam Session avec Les Royal Pickles   Quai des brumes 5pm
Adam Saikaley et Craig Pedersen / Jennifer Thiessen et Ida Toninato   Résonance 9pm
Parker Shper   Résonance 6pm
Irem Bekter Trio   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Thursday August 30

Denis Chang et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 7pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Kimberley Beyea Barry Turner   Marco Bar et Grill 5pm
Tango Yona et Lebedik Yankee (lancement de CD)   Résonance 9pm
Ben Racine Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm
MISC   Zone Musique - Place d'Armes 8pm

Friday August 31

Manahel   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 9pm
The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Le Cabaret Jazz Band - Hommage Stevie Wonder   Lion d'Or 8pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Mary Dee   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 9pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Michelle Sweeney, la "Diva"   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Norman Marshall Villeneuve's Jazz Masters avec Andre White Mike De Masi   Résonance 9pm
Dawn Tyler Watson Quartet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Outside greater Montréal


HarringtonAugust 19 Jazz Camp - Jazz Works   Centre Musical Cammac613-523-0316 10am
Saint-Irénée (Charlevoix)August 19 L'Orchestre national de jazz de Montréal avec Diane Dufresne et Lorraine Desmarais   Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix)888-DFORGET 3pm
Picton, OnAugust 19 The Brian Barlow Big Band - Miles, Monk and More, Robert Keyes, A Dance In The Garden : Elemental, Jazz Vespers et +   Prince Edward County Jazz Festival877-411-4761 7pm
QuébecAugust 21 Carl Mayotte Fusion Band   Fou-Bar418-522-1987 7:30pm
QuébecAugust 23 Virginie Hamel Manoel Vieira Juan Cruz plus invités   Hôtel Clarendon418-692-1511 7:30pm
QuébecAugust 24 Ron Séguin Trio   Bar Ste-Angèle418-692-2171 8:30pm
QuébecAugust 24 Sylvain Neault Renaud Paquet   Café Krieghoff418-914-6372 5pm
Lac DelageAugust 24 Lisa et Simon   Pergola du Manoir du Lac Delage418-848-2551 8pm
QuébecAugust 25 Ron Séguin Trio   Bar Ste-Angèle418-692-2171 8:30pm
Les EscouminsAugust 25 L'Oumigmag : Alex Dodier Stéphane Diamantakiou Philippe Lussier-Baillargeon Sébastien Sauvageau : Territoires   on JAZZ sous la lune - Centre de découverte du milieu marin - Les Escoumins418-232-6653 9pm
RimouskiAugust 29 Camille Caron et David Alain   Festi Jazz International Rimouski866-Festi-Jazz 6pm
RimouskiAugust 30 Andrea Lindsay, The Liquor Store, Cainã Calcavante - Michael Pipoquinha, Kid Koala, Jazz Street Boyz, et plus   Festi Jazz International Rimouski866-Festi-Jazz 7:30pm
QuébecAugust 30 Virginie Hamel Manoel Vieira Juan Cruz plus invités   Hôtel Clarendon418-692-1511 7:30pm
RimouskiAugust 31 David Linx - Michel Hatzigeorgiou, Edmar Castañeda, Martin Goyette, Gauthier Toux Trio, Angel Forrest et plus   Festi Jazz International Rimouski866-Festi-Jazz 7:30pm

Venues in the greater Montréal area


 
Bootlegger, l'Authenthique3481 Boul. St-Laurent438-383-2226
Café Lézard - Masson3119 Masson514-729-3777
Dièse Onze Jazz Resto4115A St-Denis514-223-3543
Domaine Forget (Saint-Irénée de Charlevoix)5, St-Antoine888-DFORGET
Hôtel Ritz-Carlton - Maison Boulud1228, rue Sherbrooke O.514-842-4212
Insiders - Anticafe Local2067 Crescent, #205514-903-2884
L'Escalier552 Ste-Catherine E514-419-6609
La Sala Rossa4848 St-Laurent514-284-0122
Le French Quarter Bistro Jazz209 Notre-Dame O514-844-0209
Lion d'Or1676 Ontario E514-598-0709
Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval1639 boul. de l'Avenir450-669-3000
Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl2060 Aylmer514-842-8656
Marco Bar et Grill82 Sainte-Anne514-505-3850
Place de la Gare Jean-TalonCoin Jean-Talon / Ave. du Parc514-872-6131
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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