For his first #JazzDeDemain residency date, Jean-Baptiste Loutte presents the Children of the Night project, together with Julian Leprince Caetano. Driven by a thirst for experimentation and risk-taking, the two virtuosos explore their compositions with a playing style that is in keeping with the most modern jazz. Accustomed to playing together since childhood and in their current projects Gemini Live and Julian Leprince Caetano Quartet, they are joined for this evening by the virtuoso Irving Acao. A renowned Cuban saxophonist, he has had many experiences on international stages, sharing the stage with Irakere, Chucho Valdes, Roy Hargrove, David Murray and others. The richness of his music is the fruit of the Afro-Cuban rhythmic heritage of his native island, of the American and Brazilian harmonies that have influenced him, but also of his solid training in classical music. He has worked with Stéphane Belmondo, Alain Jean Marie, Jimmy Cliff, Ray Lema, Orichas, Felipe Cabrera, Mario Canonge, David Murray...
Drummer, singer, guitarist, and songwriter, Jean-Baptiste Loutte likes to colour in his music. A true enthusiast of composition and arrangement, he began writing small pieces as a child. He is interested in traditional jazz as well as modern New York jazz, soul, flamenco, pop and classical music. He is renewing his residency at the Baiser Salé... An intense year ahead!
JEAN-BAPTISTE LOUTTE drums
JULIAN LEPRINCE CAETANO piano
MATHIEU SCALA double bass
Special guest : IRVING ACAO sax