Trumpeter and composer Jules Jassef presents his music at his first #JazzDeDemain residency. Surrounded by his musician friends, he proposes an intimate music, made of simple melodies and ideas. A time that expands and contracts, during which the young musicians are caught up in a game of musical interaction.
For this new project, Jules Jassef invites Laura Etchegoyhen to revisit French-language texts with him. Drawn from song, poetry and theater, these texts, sometimes declaimed and sometimes sung, are highlighted by figurative and popular themes, enigmatic or improvised, offered by the particular resonance of the brass quartet and double bass. Jules' writing takes us on an exploration of the boundaries between chanson, jazz and contemporary music, playing with our habits and listening codes.
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 a repertoire, while presenting it to the public. A promising niche where creativity and emulsion know no bounds. #BeCurious!