After different projects, all very different from each other (Aurore Voilqué Septet, Djangolized with Rhoda Scott, Mayfair Electro Jazz or Orient-Occident), the latest album by violinist & singer Aurore Voilqué pays tribute to the gypsy music she loves so much, alongside one of the greatest guitarists of the style, Angelo Debarre. After “the bohemian waltz”, here is “a summer evening” on which she invites Thomas Dutronc and Sanseverino for one title each.
Surrounded by a rhythm with an implacable groove held by Mathieu Chatelain on guitar and Claudius Dupont on double bass, the two soloists can indulge in improvisation without any obstacle. It is undeniable, it turns and this in the tradition.
It is this true gypsy sound that the violinist went to seek by bringing together these 3 musicians, among the most requested of the style. A magnificent journey into the Gypsy universe, between Standards by Django Reinhardt, French songs and magnificent compositions by Maestro Angelo Debarre.