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Festival Courants d'airs
Sunday April 28, 2019
6:00 PM
Festival Courants d'airs
The Music Village

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Address Rue des Pierres 50
Steenstraat 50
1000 Brussels
Belgium
Phone +32 (0)2 513 13 45
Fax +32 (0)2 513 50 52
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14e edition


The Courants d’airs festival is organized by the Conservatoire in collaboration with the Centre des Arts scéniques. It acts as a real stepping stone towards professional life, allowing students and new graduates to develop their own innovative shows, and giving space to a new generation of artists.



Courants d'airs brings together original projects, collectives creations and many students' pluridisciplinary associations of Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles and others schools of arts of Federation Wallonia-Brussels: IAD, Arts², ARbA-EsA, l'INSAS, La Cambre, KCB and ISAC.



The Courants d’airs festival occurs in downtown Brussels over a five-day period in April of each year. 300 young artists, 50 creations will be presented for 2019 edition. A plural audience is invited to discover tomorrow's great artists: professionals, regular spectators and news onlookers...



For this new collaboration with the festival, four musical projects are presented on our stage!

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ESPRITS PARTAGÉS DUO
Mirko Patacchiola (sax), Hugo Dudziak (trombone)



A project inspired by the Cool jazz movement from the West Coast ( Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Miles Davis , Bill Evans ,…) To Discover !



TROMBONE SUMMIT
Delbaere Antoine (trombone), Delbarre Guillaume (trombone), Dudziak Hugo (trombone), Guilloux Julien (trombone), Monot Matthieu (trombone), Sajaloli Constant (trombone), Teddy Thomas (piano), Philippe Icard (bass), Pierre Floch (drums)



Unique in Belgium and undoubtedly in Europe ! All trombone players and students of the Brussels Conservatory’s jazz trombone section (Teacher : Phil Abraham) Real new talents on the instrument and a rhythm section composed of some of the best students of the jazz department. Tunes by the great Slide Hampton or up to date arrangements by the students themselves.



CROSS FOLK
Tamara Mozes (vocals,piano)



The singer-pianist Tamara Mozes presents her new material Cross Folk, based on folk songs of 7 different nations, combining folk music with jazz and improvisation. This song cycle is a solo performance for vocals-piano-looper, offering an intense emotional and intellectual experience at the same time.



“We step into a soft and intense aura ... Tamara can capture the audience and take them to her wonderworld. This is pure jazz with a feeling, both modern and classic, with many references and persuasive technique all the while.” (Claire Jalmain, Crest, France, 2017)



I HAVE COME HERE TO WHISPER SOMETHING


String quartet and piano duet, saxophone. Remove the battery, remove the bass, and suddenly ... you are listening to an inner jazz. A jazz that reveals itself instead of showing of. Break the codes, mix the sounds timbers, propose an improvisation serving the melody, and then, the music will be presented in a different light.



"I hear Scriabin and Chopin in my left ear, Wayne Shorter and Kenny wheeler in my right ear"



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