EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO -  QUANTUM
02/27/15
Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur

In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO -  QUANTUM
03/05/15
Conservatoire de musique de Rimouski
 

In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO QUANTUM
15 - 03 - 17
Sunset Sunside

In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

15 / 03 / 19

Donny McCaslin
Opening act : 7pm
Concert : 8pm


Donny McCaslin has long been one of the music’s most striking voices, with long-running collaborations that include innovators like Dave Douglas, Dave Binney, Gary Burton, and Maria Schneider. McCaslin’s performance on Maria Schneider’s 2004 album Concert In The Garden received a Grammy nomination for “Best Jazz Instrumental Solo.”

His own solo work has been marked by a restless exploration that is only accelerated with his latest release, Casting for Gravity (Greenleaf Music, 2012). Couching his trademark gift for brawny melodies in lurching dub rhythms, swirling electronica- inspired atmospheres, and arena-rock power, McCaslin has crafted a game-changer of an album, fusing a wealth of forward-looking influences into one wholly new modern jazz sound.

Musicians : Donny McCaslin (saxophone), Scott Colley (doublebass), Jonathan Blake (drum)


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EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO QUANTUM
15 - 03 - 20
Festival Jazz à l’étage

 

In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

15 / 03 / 21

Rufus Reid + JazzLab Orchestra


“Quiet Pride” a four movement work for large jazz ensemble, inspired by the sculptures of the artist, Elizabeth Catlett, was performed in 2012 at the Shaw Center for the Performing Arts, in Baton Rouge, LA.  This special event had Elizabeth’s gorgeous artwork in residence during this time.  Rufus composed a fifth movement, “Tapestry In The Sky,” to complete “Quiet Pride – The Elizabeth Catlett Project.” This music was recorded and released by Motéma Music in Feb, 2014, “Quiet Pride – The Elizabeth Catlett Project.” This large ensemble, conducted by Dennis Mackrel was released to rave reviews. Rufus continues to present this music in Universities with Catlett’s work on view. He also presents this professional large ensemble whenever possible, as at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center in November of 2014.

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15 / 03 / 26

Enrico Pieranunzi
Concert : 8pm
Opening act 7pm



Unlimited 
The blues, Scarlatti, a song by Gershwin, one of his “mediterranean” originals. When performing in piano solo Pieranunzi challenges stereotypes by mixing different musical “languages”. His personal, unique pianism is in fact without boundaries and under his hands jazz and classical music sound surprisingly close, like two parallel lines that eventually and happily meet. This comes surely from his background where you can find Parker, Konitz or Chet Baker along with Bach and Chopin. Yet the key of this magic is Pieranunzi’s imagination, that makes his playing a charming, very special world of his own.Unlimited.

Music by
 Gershwin, Scarlatti, Pieranunzi

Musician : Enrico Pieranunzi (piano), Fraser Hollins (doublebasse), Richard Irwin (drums)


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15 / 03 / 28


Michel Cusson – Solo
Concert : 8pm



For several years, renowned music composer Michel Cusson (Cavalia, Omerta, Unité 9, Seraphin, Uzeb) has been exploring ways to present live music from a different angle. This new project, to be revealed on March 28th, is a unique fusion of his cinematic language and his jazz improvisation background. This original creation is inspired by real events that he witnessed. For his long awaited comeback to the stage, Cusson will be performing a live soundtrack by himself, building a highly emotive score that embraces the story’s narrative and imagery

Musician : Michel Cusson (guitar)


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EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO QUANTUM
15 - 04 - 08
Maison Brignon-dit-Lapierre



In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

EMIE R. ROUSSEL TRIO QUANTUM
15 - 10 - 04
Quatrième Salle du Centre National des Arts

In physics, a Quantum is the smallest indivisible unit. It also provides a perfect illustration of the trio: an ensemble composed of three individuals, with similarities as well as differences, joining together to create a unique and indivisible core. Nine pieces and four interludes act like atoms, simple individual elements uniting and combining with each other to form a whole, a complete experience. Drawing more than ever upon the creativity and cohesion of all three members, this very personal opus is marked both by the group’s singular acoustic sound and a more pronounced “groove” colour. an album where the search for sounds and textures links our beginnings to our present, while paving a path towards the future.

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