With a wealth of experience as an arranger and sideman for a number of bands, it was time for the guitarist to take the plunge into composition. Antoine Laudière's original repertoire is inspired by the music and playing of New York-based musicians such as Gilad Hekselman, Ben Wendel and Bill Frisell, as well as the many collaborations with musicians he has worked with in recent years.
For the final date of his residency, the guitarist invites two musicians with whom he has long wanted to share the stage: June Milo and Juliette Serrad. What better way to mark the occasion than to reunite this team around the great American songs of the 60s and 70s! On the program for this group, dubbed "A folk story", is an intimate rereading of the most beautiful melodies by Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor.
Created in 2012, the #JazzDeDemain slot has given rise to a series of monthly and bimonthly residencies, enabling young artists to experiment on stage, honing their repertoire while presenting it to the public. A promising niche where creativity and emulsion know no bounds. #BeCurious!
ANTOINE LAUDIÈRE guitar/arrangements
JUNE MILO vocals
JULIETTE SERRAD vocals/cello