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Tuesday October 30  -  Wednesday October 31

Wanted : College, university or semi-professional jazz bands to participate in the new JPL Victo Jazz contest! You could play at this festival that presents David Linx and the Brussels Jazz Orchestra, Habana Café, Andrea Lindsay, Michel Lambert and Dawn Tyler Watson, and more, and win 2000$ and a mentorship.

150x150_competition.jpgAre you a college, university or semi-professional jazz band of ten musicians or less living in Quebec ? You've got until Friday November 30th to register for the new JPL Victo Jazz festival contest. The contest focuses on jazz but pieces with influences of other styles, such as blues, funk, latin music or even pop music are accepted.

The selected bands will perform in front of the public at the JPL Victo Jazz festival to be held Thursday February 7th to Saturday 9th, as well as a chance to win a $2000 bursary, including $1000 offered by Yamaha Canada, and the personalized support of a Mentorship offered by the Danielle Lefebvre Artists Concert Agency. The bands' performances will be evaluated by a jury composed of professionals from the field. The participating bands must not have a signed contract
with an agency or production company.

To learn more about the selection criteria and to register before November 30th, visit jplvictojazz.com/voletcompetition (french version only).

Jean-Pierre Lambert has left us. The JPL Victo Jazz festival is born!

January 22nd 2017, passionate musician and renowned musical director Jean-Pierre Lambert left us. His passion, professionalism, rigor, involvement and determination has influenced a whole generation of musicians and teachers. So, animated by the very same passion that transmitted over time Jean-Pierre Lambert, a handful of collaborators and family deciced to launch the very first jazz festival of the Bois-Francs (Victoriaville) region. An event that promises to be as colorful as Jeepee (his nickname) could be, and that is designed to inspire the next generation of professional musicians.

To see our video of El Otoño by the Jean-Pierre Lambert Big Band in rehearsal in 2014, it's here

JPL Victo Jazz is on from Thursday February 7th to Saturday February 9th 2019 at Victoriaville's Carré 150 and includes belgian singer David Linx and the Brussels Jazz Orchestra, Habana Café, singer Andrea Lindsay, trumpeter Michel Lambert with singer Dawn Tyler Watson, Sortie 210, ICI Musique's Quand le jazz est là host Stanley Péan, and more.

For more info, JPL Victo Jazz

Guitarist Stéphane Wrembel presents The Django Experiment + special guests Denis Chang and Des Sourcils, Sunday Oct. 28th (2pm) at the Lion d’Or (Mtl) and Saturday Oct. 27th at the Grand Théâtre de Québec.

Stephane Wrembel 150x150.jpgFranco-American virtuoso guitarist Stéphane Wrembel will be presenting his Django Experiment at Montreal's Lion d’Or Sunday October 28th (2pm) and Quebec City's Grand Théâtre de Québec Saturday October 27th. This afternoon event features the Stéphane Wrembel, the Quebec City based Des Sourcils and Montreal guitarist Denis Chang, for an exciting one-day Django Fest. These outstanding musicians will be performing a mixed of Django-inspired music as well as creative original compositions.

The Stephane Wrembel band is composed of Stephane Wrembel (guitar), Thor Jensen (guitar), Ari Folman-Cohen (double bass) and Nick Anderson (drums).

To see Les Yeux Noirs by the Stéphane Wrembel Band, it's here

Originally from Fontainebleau (France), Stephane Wrembel has been based in NY for 20 years and has become one of the world’s leading voices of the Django style of music, better known as gypsy jazz. Wrembel has gained larger fame in the last decade for his Grammy Award-winning music, he composed Bistro Fada, the theme song for Woody Allen’s film Midnight in Paris as well as Big Brother from Vicky Cristina Barcelona. In January 2018, the Berkeley College graduate released his newest album, The Django Experiment III (four-star review in Downbeat Magazine), the third installment of an album series dedicated to the spirit of Django Reinhardt, creator of gypsy jazz and one of the greatest musicians of the twentieth century.

Over the years, Denis Chang has established himself as one of the most prominent figures of the Montreal gypsy jazz scene. The excellent Quebec City gypsy jazz band Des Sourcils will be promoting their new release Baignades with Mathias Berry, Antoine Angers, and Alexis Taillon-Pellerin.

The Stéphane Wrembel Band - The Django Experiment -  Denis Chang and Des Sourcils.

Montréal - Sunday Oct. 28th 2pm @ Lion d’Or 1676 Ontario E 514-598-0709. Quebec City - Saturday Oct. 27th 8pm @ Grand Théatre de Québec 269 René-Lévesque E 418-643-8131.

Feliciano's Dilemma Saudades : An unprecedented musical encounter between Australian composer Mike Ryan and quebecois saxophonist Jean-Pierre Zanella at L'OFF Jazz.

Mike Ryan 150x150.jpgAt L'OFF Jazz Australien composer/conductor Mike Ryan and Montreal saxophonist Jean-Pierre Zanella collaborated on the Feliciano's Project that was presented at Old Montreal's Centre PHI, Friday Oct. 12th with 12 musicians. This composition by the Australian and friend of Brazil is about the paradox that the human being has always confronted. It’s the musical expression of the universal dichotomy inherent to human nature, including what results from this dilemma. It’s the reflection of two fundamental and contrasting motifs: pro-self versus pro-social.

The concert was accompanied by a projection of Alice Kohler’s photographs, a Brazilian photographer of international renown.

So here's our video of Saudades, to see it, click here

Mike Ryan, composer/conductor
Jean-Pierre Zanella, saxophone
André Leroux, saxophone and flute
Ron Di Lauro, trumpet
Paul Schrofel, piano
Rémi-Jean LeBlanc, bass
Aquiles Melo, percussions
Dave Laing, drums
Josée Aidan, violin
Josiane Breault, violin
Annie Parent, alto
Élisabeth Dubé, cello

L'OFF Jazz at the Centre PHI, Montréal, Qc (Ca)
12.10.2018

Virtuoso guitarist Stéphane Wrembel talks to us about gypsy jazz, Django, Woody Allen, film music, his musicians, a WOW moment of his career and NY's Django a Gogo Festival, in concert Sunday Oct. 28th (2pm) at the Lion d’Or (Mtl) and Saturday Oct. 27 at the Grand Théâtre de Québec.

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

Stéphane Wrembel - 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - Each concert is different, it depends of our mood, the room and  the public. 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - 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...

Stéphane Wrembel - 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...

Stéphane Wrembel - 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.

Stéphane Wrembel - 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - 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?

Stéphane Wrembel - 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...

Stéphane Wrembel - 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 I & The Django Experiment II on CDBaby / The Django Experiment III on Amazon.

The NY Django a Gogo Festival (April 24-28 2019).
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The Stéphane Wrembel Band - The Django Experiment -  Denis Chang and Des Sourcils.

Montréal - Sunday Oct. 28th 2pm @ Lion d’Or 1676 Ontario E 514-598-0709. Quebec City - Saturday Oct. 27th 8pm @ Grand Théatre de Québec 269 René-Lévesque E 418-643-8131.
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Interview : Claude Thibault
 

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COMING EVENTS

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Thursday October 18

Christine Tassan et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Jean-Michel Pilc solo   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Lancement du French Quarter Bistro Jazz avec Coco Thompson et plus   Le French Quarter Bistro Jazz 9pm
MISC   Maison de la culture Plateau Mont-Royal 8pm
Bob Ricci et amis   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
The Intense et Feel Burned : Philippe Bernier Mathieu Langlois Dalhi Gonthier Éric Kappauf Mathieu Royer Dave Croteau   Résonance 9pm
Dan Faulk Trio   Résonance 6pm
Cours de maître pour trompettistes avec le trompettiste Tim Hagans   Université de Montréal - Salle Jean-Papineau-Couture (B421) 11am
Shawn McPherson Blues Band   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday October 19

Stephen Menold and the Jazz Seduction   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 9pm
The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Anna Webber's Simple Trio avec John Hollenbeck Matt Mitchell   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
François Bourassa Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Yoel Diaz et Reinaldo Gomez   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Colin Hunter   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
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Nora Toutain Jazz Quintet   Résonance 9pm
MISC   Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne - Salle du Moulinet 8pm
Laura Anglade 5tet soirée pré-lancement d'album   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Saturday October 20

TSA Group : Theo "Sunny" Abellard Zach Fischer Marie-Ketely Gomes Raynal Ismeus - le bon plan jazz de la semaine   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 8pm
Thomas Carbou "Directions" avec Erik Hove Patrick Graham   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Yannick Rieu 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
Carolyn Fe Jazz Collective   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Colin Hunter   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Yoel Diaz Trio   Quartier Général Le Vieux La Prairie 8pm
Sam Eastman Ethan Cohn   Résonance 9pm
Kevin Dean et amis   Résonance 6pm
Appelation Musette Nouveau - Martin Bellemare Christine Tassan Greg Buckles   Théâtre Outremont 8pm
Diane Nalini 4tet   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday October 21

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 au Epoxy avec Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Evan Shay - Improvisation d'octobre en résidence avec Sarah Rossy Claire Devlin Scott Bevins Kyle Hutchins   Résonance 6pm
Kalmunity Jazz Project   Résonance 9:30pm
Arden Arapyan et Sasha Djihanian - Soirée de Jazz Lyrique   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7:30pm

Monday October 22

Montalvo Flamenko Jazz Quartet   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
Frank Lozano Quartet   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Tuesday October 23

Alex Bellegarde Jam Session   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Denis Chang et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Atelier d'improvisation IWP : Jean-Michel Pilc et plus   Résonance 6pm
Sean Allison Group   Résonance 9pm
LO RES II : Louis Cole et Chiquita Magic   Résonance 11:45pm
Tevet Sela et Bea Box   Théâtre Outremont 8pm
Matt Herskowitz Trio   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday October 24

Félix Tellier Pouliot Marshal Herridge   Bar Palco 6pm
Jazz jam vocal avec Nicolas Lancotte Stephen Menold Peter Colantonio   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 6pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul Therapy : Hommage a Sly & The Family Stone avec Antoine Gratton et +   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Makaya   Maison de la culture Maisonneuve 8pm
Adan De Dios   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Snooksta and the Gangstas   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Parker Shper   Résonance 6pm
TSA : T. Abellard Z. Fischer M.-K. Gomes R. Ismeus / HAWA : Nadia Hawa Baldé D. Gutierrez Osei-Afrifa P. L'Allier et plu   Résonance 9pm
Irem Bekter Trio   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Thursday October 25

May Cheung Drew Yowell Bea Keeler   Casa del Popolo 7:30pm
Christine Tassan et ses invités Maryline Rollet Lise-Anne Ross et Hugues-Olivier Blouin   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Emie R Roussel Trio "Intersections"   Maison de la culture Ahuntic-Cartierville 8pm
Mary Dee   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Dan Faulk Trio   Résonance 6pm
Lancement d'album Georgian Bay   Résonance 9pm
John Hollenbeck - Séminaire How To Sound Like A Machine (batterie) au CIRMMT   Université McGill - Édifice Elizabeth Wirth 5pm
Cours de maître avec le flûtiste Bill McBirney   Université McGill - Salle C304 4pm
Erin Costelo et Shanon McNally   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Friday October 26

Le Cabaret Jazz Band avec la chanteuse Suzi Silva qui présente Fad'AZZ   Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean 8pm
The Friday Night Band avec Orest Harmatiuk et invités   Café Lézard - Masson 6:30pm
Carlos Jiménez Fraser Hollins Jim Doxas   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Susie Arioli Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Marianne Trudel et Karen Young - Chansons de Joni Mitchell   L'Astral 8pm
Yoel Diaz et Reinaldo Gomez   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 6pm
Bob Ricci et amis   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
Musique du Brésil : Lisa Lorenzino Dave Gossage Bill McBirnie Billy Kerr D. Ryshpan R. Simoes J. Davis A. Melo   Résonance 9pm
Andres Vial et amis   Résonance 6pm
Latin Flute Follies 2 : Lisa Lorenzino Dave Gossage Bill McBirnie Billy Kerr D. Ryshpan R. Simoes J. Davis A. Melo   Université McGill - Édifice Elizabeth Wirth 5pm
Angel Forrest Blues Trio (+21h45)   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7pm

Saturday October 27

SuperNova 4 : Félix Stüssi Jean Derome Normand Guilbeault Pierre Tanguay   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 10pm
Dan Thouin Sextet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 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
Taurey Butler Trio   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 6pm
Elizabeth Blouin-Brathwaithe   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 9pm
Kevin Dean et amis   Résonance 6pm
Richard Poole Quartet et Laura Campisi   Résonance 9pm
Jean-Michel Pilc Samuel Blais Erik Hove John Hollenbeck   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8:30pm

Sunday October 28

Jazz session vocal avec Kim Richardson   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 8pm
Stéphane Wrembel Band, Denis Chang, Des Sourcils   Lion d'Or 2pm
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 au Epoxy avec Jonathan Chapman Valérie Lacombe et plus   Pub Epoxy 8:30pm
Kalmunity Jazz Project   Résonance 9:30pm
Evan Shay - Improvisation d'octobre en résidence   Résonance 6pm
Latin jazz avec Domier Gonzales Michel Cantero Nestor Rodriguez Jesus Cantero Alex Bellegarde   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 7:30pm

Monday October 29

Montalvo Flamenko Jazz Quartet   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Lundi jazz cubain avec Trabuco Habanero   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Chapcity "Élémental" du multi-instrumentiste Claude Chapleau   Le Verre Bouteille 8pm
Johnny Beaudine Quartet - Deep Blue   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Zach Frampton Acoustic Trio   Résonance 6pm
Simon Millerd Band et Framboisier   Résonance 9pm
Jam Session avec Jim Doxas et ses invités   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Tuesday October 30

Lézard Jazz Band (7 musiciens)   Balattou 9pm
Alex Bellegarde Jam Session   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Denis Chang et ses invités   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Michelle Sweeney et Taurey Butler; Love, Laugh and Real Talk.   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
François Jalbert Jérôme Beaulieu   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Wednesday October 31

Félix Tellier Pouliot Marshal Herridge   Bar Palco 6pm
Jazz jam vocal avec Nicolas Lancotte Stephen Menold Peter Colantonio   Bootlegger, l'Authenthique 6pm
Eclectic Django   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 6pm
Soul Therapy : Hommage a Sly & The Family Stone avec Antoine Gratton et +   Dièse Onze Jazz Resto 9:30pm
Emily B présente The Walking Bass avec Alex Lefaivre   L'Escalier 7pm
Adan De Dios   Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval 7pm
Snooksta and the Gangstas   Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl 7pm
Parker Shper   Résonance 6pm
Dawn Tyler Watson John Sadowy   Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill 8pm

Outside greater Montréal


QuébecOctober 19 Wray Downes Trio, Melody Cocktail   Festival international de jazz de Québec - divers lieux de Québec514-703-2827 8pm
QuébecOctober 20 Drum Fest 2018 : Will Calhoun, Anika Nilles, Luc Boivin et Duo de Trois, Luc Jr. Bélisle et plus   Drum Fest International Ralph Angelillo - Palais Montcalm877-641-6040 11am
QuébecOctober 20 Jean-Pierre Zanella 4tet dans un hommage à Marcel Barbeau - Wray Downes Trio (Concert de clôture FIJQ 2018)   Festival international de jazz de Québec - divers lieux de Québec514-703-2827 8pm
Val-MorinOctober 20 Andrea Lindsay - entre le jazz et la java   Théâtre du Marais819-322-1414 8pm
QuébecOctober 21 Dimanche Orgue Jazz - Pulsart Trio : Olivier Madore-Millette Antoine Monteiro Gabriel Morin-Béland   Bar Ste-Angèle418-692-2171 9pm
Val-DavidOctober 21 Ellington at the Rollin' Barrel! avec Guy Séguin   Brasserie Artisanale Le Baril Roulant819-320-0069 4pm
QuébecOctober 21 Drum Fest 2018 : Nate Wood, Stanley Randolf, Pete Lockett, Dave Dicenso, Jim Riley et plus   Drum Fest International Ralph Angelillo - Palais Montcalm877-641-6040 11am
QuébecOctober 23 André Larue Groove Street   Fou-Bar418-522-1987 8:30pm
SherbrookeOctober 24 Thiago Ferté et amis et leur musique brésilienne   Cégep de Sherbrooke - Accueil de la Salle Alfred-Desrochers- 6:30pm
Trois-RivièresOctober 25 Stéphane Wrembel Band - Hot Club de Trois-Rivières (1e partie)   Le Temps d'une pinte819-694-4484 8pm
Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuOctober 26 Le Cabaret Jazz Band avec la chanteuse Suzi Silva qui présente Fad'AZZ   Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean 450-358-3949 8pm
QuébecOctober 26 Elizabeth Shepherd   Palais Montcalm de Qc877-641-6040 8pm
QuébecOctober 27 Stéphane Wrembel Band, Denis Chang, Des Sourcils   Grand Théâtre de Québec418-643-8131 8pm
LévisOctober 27 MISC   L'Anglicane418-838-6001 8pm
WarwickOctober 27 Emie R Roussel Trio "Intersections"   Maison musicale Warwick819-358-2201 8pm
QuébecOctober 31 Wallace Roney Quintet   Théâtre Petit Champlain (QC)418-692-2631 8pm

Venues in the greater Montréal area


 
Balattou4372 St-Laurent514-845-5447
Bar Palco4019 Wellington514-303-1345
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
Dièse Onze Jazz Resto4115A St-Denis514-223-3543
L'Astral305 Sainte-Catherine O514-871-1881
L'Escalier552 Ste-Catherine E514-419-6609
Le French Quarter Bistro Jazz209 Notre-Dame O514-844-0209
Le Verre Bouteille2112 Mont-Royal E514-521-9409
Lion d'Or1676 Ontario E514-598-0709
Maison de la culture Ahuntic-Cartierville10300 Lajeunesse514-872-8749
Maison de la culture Maisonneuve4200 Ontario E.514-872-2200
Maison de la culture Plateau Mont-Royal465 Mont-Royal E514-872-2266
Maison du Jazz O Jones Laval1639 boul. de l'Avenir450-669-3000
Maison du Jazz O Jones Mtl2060 Aylmer514-842-8656
Pub Epoxy4210 St-Jacques O.514-935-0043
Quartier Général Le Vieux La Prairie206 Sainte-Marie / Vieux Laprairie450-907-3540
Résonance5175A Ave. du Parc514-360-9629
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Théâtre Outremont1248 Bernard O514-495-9444
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Université McGill - Salle C304555 Sherbrooke O514-398-4547
Upstairs Jazz Bar et Grill1254 Mackay514-931-6808
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