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From September 23 to September 29

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THU 24JEAN-MICHEL PILC...

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SUN 27KIM RICHARDSON T...

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September 24 2020
JEAN-MICHEL PILC SOLO PIANO

Jean-Michel Pilc (born 1960 in Paris, France) is a self-taught jazz pianist currently residing in Montreal. His technical ability has drawn comparisons to Michel Petrucciani, McCoy Tyner, and Cecil Taylor. Of particular note is Pilc's left-hand technique, which provides an almost ambidextrous approach to the keyboard. In addition to his own projects, he is a member of a group led by drummer Ari Hoenig and since September 2015, Jean-Michel is an Associate Professor at The Schulich School of Music of McGill University in Montreal.

Jean-Michel Pilc - piano

--- Limited seating, upon reservation by phone only ! ---

7h00 Cover charge : 10$

9h00 Cover charge : 10$


www.jeanmichelpilc.com
September 25 2020
RACHELLE THERRIEN TRIO

Between New York City and Montreal, French-Canadian trumpeter, composer and producer Rachel Therrien boasts an enviable CV. She is considered one of the most promising jazz musicians, playing a wide variety of musical styles and rhythms. Rachel has published five records: VENA (2020), Why Don’t You Try (2017),  Pensamiento:  Colombia (2016), Home Inspiration (2014) and On Track (2011) released Labels Bonsaï Music (FR), Multiple Chord Music (CA) & Truth Revolution Records (USA). For the last few years she has toured as bandleader all over Canada, USA, Europe, Ukraine, Mexico and more, taking on the most prestigious jazz festivals and clubs. She believes that “Jazz is a philosophy of conversation between musicians from different backgrounds through improvisation, and that we, as musicians, it is our mission to keep jazz alive and to make sure that our generation of non-musicians live the experience and appreciate that unspoken language.”

Rachel Therrien - trompet and flugelhorn / Marika Galea - upright bass / Gentiane Michaud-Gagnon - piano

--- Limited seating, upon reservation by phone only ! ---

7h00 Cover charge: 15$

9h00 Cover charge: 12$


www.racheltherrien.com
September 26 2020
LEROUX, MCLEAN, GUILBEAULT, DOXAS - HOMMAGE à STEVE GROSSMAN

André Leroux - saxophone / Al McLean - saxophone / Normand Guilbeault -upright bass / Jim Doxas - drums

--- Limited seating, upon reservation by phone only ! ---

7h00 Cover charge: 15$

9h00 Cover charge: 12$

September 27 2020
KIM RICHARDSON TRIO

With her undeniable voice and talent, it’s no surprise that critics have hailed Kim Richardson since she first appeared on the Canadian music scene. At just 14, she was already singing in clubs and taking her first steps in the theatre. Gifted with an enchanting voice, she won two Juno Awards for her debut singles in 1986 and 1987, adding a third trophy to her collection as part of the group The Merlin Factor in 1994. At ease in all musical styles, she has shared the stage with Barry White, Stevie Wonder and Celine Dion. She gave free rein to her love of blues and soul on her debut solo album Kaleidoscope (2006), co-produced with Nanette Workman. Richardson made her silver screen debut in Funkytown and proved she was equally adept in two languages with her first album in French, Mes amours, featuring covers of artists from Gilbert Bécaud to Jean-Pierre Ferland.

Kim Richardson - vocals 

--- Limited seating, upon reservation by phone only ! ---

7h00 Cover charge: 15$

9h00 Cover charge: 10$


www.kimrichardson.com
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