Every Sunday and Monday, la Rhumerie brings you together for a jazz evening that revives the tradition of St Germain des prés during the fifties, and offers a selection of rums and West Indian cuisine (surcharge + € 1 per order on concert days).
Eyal Vilner is one of the most important players on the New York swing and big band scene. Born in Tel Aviv, the saxophonist, clarinetist, flautist, composer and conductor moved to New York in 2007 and founded his big band the following year.
Jean-Baptiste Franc, nicknamed "Little Fats" by Fats Waller guitarist Al Casey, won first prize in the international stride piano competition organized by Ole Miss University of Mississippi in May 2018. He has already had the privilege of playing with Arwell Shaw, Louis Armstrong's bassist and got encouragement from Wynton Marsalis and Monty Alexander for his first CD recorded with Count Basie drummer Duffy Jackson...
Eyal Vilner : clarinette, saxophone
Jean-Baptiste Franc : piano
Alexandre Arnaud : guitar
Jérémie Fabre : double bass