Drummer, singer, guitarist, and songwriter, Jean-Baptiste Loutte likes to color by overflowing the lines. A true enthusiast of composition and arrangement, he began writing small pieces as a child. He is interested in traditional jazz as well as today's New York jazz, soul, flamenco, pop and classical music.
For the last residency of the season, Jean-Baptiste Loutte, along with Julian Leprince-Caetano and Mathieu Scala, invite talented surprise guests and celebrate this year spent at the Baiser Salé in the way that characterizes them: inventiveness, laboratory, experiments, compositions and risk-taking. The rhythmic group they form with Mathieu Scala, solid and welded, accompanied during this residence the saxophonist Baptiste Herbin, then explored the universe of Irving Acao, invited Illyes Ferfera and Gustave Reichert, played the music of Gemini as well as their respective compositions. Rich of these experiences, it is with all their energy that they take you in three sets of madness and filled with surprises!
Created in 2012, the #JazzFromTomorrow program has given birth to a series of monthly and bimonthly residencies, allowing young artists to experiment on stage, to develop a repertoire, while presenting it to the public. A promising and promising niche where creativity and emulsion have no limits. #BeCurious!