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Fabrice Alleman & Chamber Orchestra "UDiverse"
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Fabrice Alleman - Soprano saxophone    
Fred Favarel - Guitar   (France)
Minino Garay - Percussion   (Argentina)
Vincent Bruyninckx - Piano    
Samuel Gerstmans - Double bass    
Frédéric Jacquemin - Drums    
Orchestre de Chambre de Liège - Strings    
Ensemble Quartz - Winds    
Ingrid Procureur - Harp    
Michel Herr - Arranger    

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Saxophonist Fabrice Alleman, a leading figure on the Belgian jazz scene and an unique voice on the soprano saxophone, gave Michel Herr the task to write the arrangements (and a few compositions) for this project.
An additional piece was brought in by pianist/composer Lalo Zanelli (from Argentina).

After a series of experiments with a chamber orchestra and also with a string quartet, Fabrice decided to record the project in an updated and enlarged version which now features a team of jazz musicians, an Argentinian percussionist and a chamber orchestra (strings, winds, harp).

The music reflects all the musical styles which played a role in Fabrice's development and offers a creative mix between classical music, jazz, Celtic music and percussions from Argentina.

The album, released in October 2017 by Cyprès Records (B), also features a guest appearance of guitarist Philip Catherine on one piece (Whats' love", see below).
A series of concerts followed up.

The "Udiverse" project is available as well with a large chamber orchestra as with a string ensemble, taking also into account the availability of local ensembles in any country.

On Youtube, "Whar's love" (Fabrice Alleman / arr. : Michel Herr)

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