Celine Bonacina Trio - Fly Fly

The queen of the European baritone sax

Celine Bonacina Trio - Fly Fly - The queen of the European baritone sax - Photo : Nathalie Courau-Roudier
Nathalie Courau-Roudier

Céline BONACINA started playing music at the age of seven before discovering a passion for jazz and improvised music. When she moved to Paris, she decided to play baritone saxophone and joined several big bands. Developing her solo playing became her priority and she forged an identity as a leader, both in trio and in large format (sixty musicians on stage with the Megapulse Orchestra!) Several times awarded, she multiplied her collaborations, notably signing a record with the guitarist Nguyên Lê. Tonight she performs music from her album FLY FLY, released in October 2019. A music full of optimism, of an irradiating groove tempered by beautiful spiritual reveries, and evocations of other horizons, especially the Reunion Island. His accomplices in an exceptional trio are the Canadian bassist Chris JENNINGS and the drummer Jean-Luc DI FRAYA.

Salle Debussy, George Gershwin Conservatory 74 rue Désiré Clément, 78700 Conflans Ste Honorine.

BONACINA Saxophones,
Jean Luc DI FRAYA Drums,
Christopher JENNINGS Double bass

  • 74 Rue Désiré Clément, 78700 Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, France
  • Conservatoire George Gershwin - Salle Debussy, 74 rue Désiré Clément
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