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Hadrien Féraud / Anatole Muster / Gergo Borlai
Thursday October, 7th 2021
Full price : 28 €
Reduced price : 25 €
PJC member price : 20 €
Bass virtuoso, Hadrien Féraud has collaborated with John McLaughlin, Chick Corea, Billy Cobham, Gino Vannelli, Jean-Luc Ponty, BiréliLagrène, André Ceccarelli, Sylvain Luc to name a few ...
Le Baiser Salé, his laboratory, a field of all possibilities, is regularly the scene of meetings between musicians organized by Hadrien.
This time, he invites the Hungarian drummer GergoBorlai and the young Swiss accordionist Anatole Muster.
With his breathtaking solos and flamboyant playing, GergoBorlaia performed on over 400 albums. In 2009, he and Hadrien meet and start playing together. We also find Gergos on Hadrian's Born in the 80's record. Both in Los Angeles, they collaborated alongside Frank Gambaleet Scott Kinsey in particular.
Admiring his spectacular playing, his technique, his versatility and his musicality, Hadrien invites him to 3 days of original concerts alongside the young Swiss accordionist but just as breathtaking Anatole Muster. Barely 20 years old, he has already received praise from musicians and fans. His unique approach to modern jazz was featured by Jamie Cullum on his BBC 2 radio show and had him collaborate with heavyweights in the genre like Tennyson, Kiefer or Daniel Hayn.
Attention geniuses! An unprecedented encounter on the Baiser Salé stage to launch the 10th edition of the Jazz-sur-Seine Festival.
Anatole Muster accordion
Gergo Borlai drums
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