Frame By Frame

Frame by frame - Photo : Sylvain Gripoix
Sylvain Gripoix

The Orchestre National de Jazz surrounds itself with three brilliant female composers to revisit, with enthusiasm and enthusiasm, a whole musical section of what was called progressive rock in the 70s. A delightful musical odyssey, from Pink Floyd to Genesis, via King Crimson and Magma!

Frame by frame is a rereading of progressive rock through the prism of jazz, its close cousin. Alongside the ONJ and its artistic director Frédéric Maurin, Airelle Besson, Sarah Murcia and Sylvaine Hélary, who are themselves very inspired by this unique sound universe, will be at the helm of an exceptional exploration.
Progressive rock has a special relationship with jazz. This genre, which has its origins in psychedelic music, moves away from rock in its most popular form to seek new sounds. Its composition is in some ways similar to orchestral music. Prog rock", as it is called, reached its peak in the 1970s, with bands that became cult names such as Pink Floyd, Genesis, King Crimson, Soft Machine, Jethro Tull, Magma and even Supertramp. An ideal playground for the musicians of the NJO.



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