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Chrystel Wautier
Friday February 21, 2020
8:30 PM
Chrystel Wautier
Open Music / Le Club (de jazz)

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Address Place Ste Anne, 13
7780 Comines
Phone +32 (0)56/55 94 69
Open music
Phone +32 (0)486 67 42 51
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Address Belgium
Various locations in Wallonia and Brussels
Les Lundis d'Hortense
Address Chaussée de Louvain 193a-195
1210 Brussels (Saint-Josse-ten-Noode)
Phone +32 (0)2 219 58 51
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Belgian singer Chrystel Wautier has gathered some of the best jazz musicians to take them on a personal, more pop sounding adventure. After “Before A Song”, encouraged by André Manoukian, she is coming back with a sensitive and introspective album called “The Stolen Book”

At times, all you need is a little lightheartedness to let strong emotions flow. It is the feat that singer Chrystel Wautier – grand-daughter of Ukrainian immigrants – manages by evoking a forgotten, painful family history. Through a jazz pop music free of all conformism, her singing is incredibly soft and clear. Surrounded by musicians just as sensitive as her, she brings tears to our eyes, be it of happiness or melancholy. Moving consciously away from jazzy gimmicks, and yet fully holding on their spirit, she ravishes us with a popular music in keeping with the times. Her songs, that tell the life stories of people who yearn for the simplest pleasures, sometimes feel like gospel, bossa or folk. A kind of music born to be shared, like only jazz can.

If you like Gretchen Parlato, Robert Glasper, Stevie Wonder... or not!

"The Stolen Book" (Bonzaï Music, October 2017)


Chrystel Wautier - Vocals
Cédric Raymond - Piano, Fender Rhodes
Lorenzo Di Maio - Guitar
Jacques Pili - Double bass
Jérôme Klein - Drums
See also:   Chrystel Wautier
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