Clélya Abraham is the jazz pianist with Caribbean accents to follow very closely!!
Coming from a family of musicians, Clélya Abraham developed a passion for composition very early on. Little by little, her efforts are concentrated around the piano, the young musician feeling more intimate with the instrument that allows her to create. At the age of 18, she turned more particularly to Jazz, Nu Soul and World Music (Africa, Caribbean, Reunion, Brazil), styles in which she flourished thanks to the freedom given by the improvisation. Following numerous encounters during her years of study at the CRR in Paris, then at the Center des Musiques Didier Lockwood, and after two years of residence at the Baiser Salé Jazz-Club, the young pianist is at the start of a career in full expansion. . She multiplies the concerts in various projects, as a leader or sidewoman (Abraham Trio, Maë Defays, Crafting quintet, Teddy Sorrès, Ora project, etc…). This third year of residence is therefore an opportunity for her to deepen her various projects, but above all to continue to explore and share new experiences, with renowned musicians such as Arnaud Dolmen, Tilo Bertholo, Balthazar Naturel, Sélène Saint-Aimé , Samuel F'hima, Antonin Fresson... So let yourself be seduced and #BeCurious!
Created in 2012, the #JazzDeDemain niche gave birth to a series of monthly and bimonthly residencies, allowing young artists to experience the stage, to prowl a repertoire, while presenting it to the public. A promising and buoyant niche where creativity and emulsion have no limit. #BeCurious!