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December 2022
Friday 02
07:00 PM
YANNICK RIEU QUARTET - MACHINATIONS

Recognized as one of the most talented jazz saxophonists in the world, Yannick Rieu is the recipient of the 18th Oscar Peterson Award, acknowledging his outstanding musicianship and exceptional contribution to the development of Canadian jazz. His music is best defined by its constant evolution. Where does Yannick Rieu really stand ? The answer is complex. «He has the ability to evoke the roar and fury of life as well as the tenderness and exquisite delight of our existence.» (Stanley Péan, Montréal). annick Rieu leaves no one indifferent. Through his acoustic and electronic projects, he tackles music from multiple angles, while improvisation remains the cornerstone of his artistry. Always intense and intuitive, he plays tenor and soprano saxophone, obeying his own philosophy, without any compromise. As a creative artist, he constantly aims at giving sense to his music.

Yannick Rieu - saxophone

Francois Jalbert - guitar

Rémi-Jean Leblanc - electric bass, upright bass

Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Saturday 03
07:30 PM
KATE WYATT QUARTET - ARTIFACT

Originally from Victoria BC, pianist and composer Kate Wyatt is now considered one of the top tier jazz musicians in the city of Montreal.  She has been praised as having “musical ideas and a style of playing and writing that is on par with the current jazz piano elite: Mehldau, Yaron Herman, Shai Maestro, Fred Hersch.”, and has been hailed as “one of the top artists of Montreal, Quebec, or even Canadian jazz.” (Cardin/Brunet, panm360.com). In July 2022 Wyatt released her debut album Artifact to excellent critical reviews.  Joined by Lex French (trumpet), Adrian Vedady (bass) and Jim Doxas (drums) she leads a quartet whose effortless chemistry fosters deep interaction and high intensity. As well as being a passionate performer and composer, Wyatt is a deeply invested music educator. She conducts masterclasses and heads the jazz program at Marianopolis College.  Kate has been working as part of the Canadian Amateur Musicians/Musiciens Amateurs du Canada (CAMMAC) teaching team for over 10 years and has recently been asked to join the faculty at JazzWorks Canada. 

Kate Wyatt - piano

Lex French - trumpet

Adrian Vedady - upright bass

Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Sunday 04
07:00 PM
KIM RICHARDSON TRIO + JAM VOCAL JAZZ

Winner of three Juno awards, Ontario-born Kim has been singing for over 35 years. She sings (almost) anything! Rock, pop, R'N'B, jazz, gospel, country and has even performed some classical pieces with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Her musical travels have taken her across Canada as well as parts of the US, Europe, Africa and South America. Among her latest appearances, Kim has sung the national anthems for the Montreal Canadiens, participated in the 375th anniversary of Montreal concert at the Bell Centre and completed a 30-month tour with “American Story Show”. Her recent single called “No Mountain Too High” with singer/songwriter and musician extraordinaire Jason Lang, is available on most music platforms.

Kim Richardson - vocals

John Sadowy - piano

Karl Surprenant - upright bass

Shows at 7 and 9pm

Monday 05
07:00 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE JAZZ LATIN QUARTET

Bassist Alex Bellegarde fuses contemporary Latin jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms and free improvisation. An electrifying concert featuring excellent musicians.

Alex Bellegarde - upright bass

Michel Cantero - piano

Nestor Rodrigez - saxophone

Diomer Gonzales - percussion

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

 

Cover charge: 12$
Tuesday 06
07:00 PM
LES MARDIS BIG BAND AVEC YVES TURGEON ET LE BIG BAND’YT

Fondé par le saxophoniste Yves Turgeon en 2011. Depuis, environ 90 prestations en 9 ans. Un Big Band regroupant 5 saxophonistes, 4 trombonistes, 4 trompettistes, 1 pianiste, 1 guitariste, 1 bassiste et 1 batteur, donc 17 à la fois, mais près de 80 musicien(ne)s professionnel(le)s différents ont déjà joué dans au moins une des 60 prestations du Big Bandyt Orchestre en un peu plus de 6 ans!

Yves Turgeon - leader

Show at 7pm

Cover charge: 15$
Tuesday 06
09:30 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE TRIO ET INVITé BOGDAN GUMENYUK + JAM SESSION

Every Tuesday nights it's the Jazz Jam lead by Alex Bellegarde Trio and their guests. You will have the chance to hear reknown musicians from Montreal and abroad as well as new talents to be discovered. Capital Arts Online, The new academy of jazz "… In weekly jam sessions, Montreal musicians are keeping alive the tradition that makes the music grow … " Craig Moy

Bogdan Gumenyuk (guest) - saxophone

Alex Bellegarde - Upright Bass

Eric St-Jean - Piano

Martin Auguste - Drums

Show at 9pm followed by a Jam Session

Cover charge: 8$
Wednesday 07
07:00 PM
RAZALAZ - LANCEMENT D ALBUM

Lancement de l'album Jungle Givrée sur l'étiquette Dièse Onze. Les habiles transitions entre les passages rythmés, forts en énergie et les moments plus intimes et profonds, la symbiose entre les musiciens, les solos improvisés et la touche d’humour dans les histoires racontées donnent un spectacle varié de funk/jazz mélodique qui charme quiconque y assistant

Olivier Salazar - vibraphone, keyboards, compositions

Noam Guerrier-Freud - drums

Émile Farley - bass

Philippe Beaudin - percussions

Andy King - trumpet

Alex Francoeur - tenor saxophone

François Jalbert - guitar

Marie-Christine Depestre - vocals

Alan Prater - vocals

Show at 7pm

Cover charge: 15$
Thursday 08
07:00 PM
LES COMBOS JAZZ DE L UNIVERSITé DE MONTRéAL

Every week, jazz combos from the Université de Montréal Faculty of Music will “burn up” the stage of the Dièse Onze Jazz Club with captivating and dazzling performances. Two combos will play each night, A jazz aficionado’s dream!

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 8$ / Free for UdeM students

Friday 09
07:00 PM
FELIX STUSSI - SUPERNOVA 4

Des supernovae ont pu être observées à l’œil nu dans la Voie lactée seulement trois fois en mille ans. Les chances que vous soyez un jour éblouis par une de ces explosions stellaires sont donc très minces. Ne manquez pas l’occasion unique d’attraper SuperNova 4!

Les compositions sont enracinées dans les traditions du jazz et du blues, mais en même temps grandes ouvertes vers le futur et le cosmos. Que vous soyez « Bonobo » ou plutôt « Urubu », pour citer deux des titres du répertoire, vous ne sortirez pas indemne de cette aventure musicale!

Félix Stüssi - piano

Jean Derome - alto and baritone saxophone, flute

Normand Guilbeault - upright bass

Pierre Tanguay - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Saturday 10
04:00 PM
LAURANCE OUELLET TREMBLAY - PERFORMANCE LITTéRAIRE DE LA VIE VIRéE VRAIE

Laurance Ouellet Tremblay a le plaisir de vous inviter à la lecture intégrale de La vie virée vraie. Elle sera accompagnée d'Alex Bellegarde à la contrebasse.

La vie virée vraie est un livre de poèmes minimaux, réduits à l'os. C'est un petit livre très rapide qui cherche à dire l'expérience entière et vertigineuse d'une vie de trente-six ans. Un livre où se rejouent l'enfance, la relation au père, au genre et au sexe, et que parcourt une animalité furtive, insistante - antilope, hirondelle, serpent, crabe, oney. La vie virée vraie embrasse le mouvement de la conscience qui se découvre consciente d'elle-même, pesante, angoissée, désirante, nostalgique d'une certaine sauvagerie - la bête, toujours la bête.

Laurance Ouellet Tremblay est née en 1985 à Chicoutimi et habite Montréal depuis 2007. A La Peuplade, elle a publié deux recueils de poésie, Être une bête (2010) et Salut Loup! (2014), et un court récit, Henri de ses décors (2018). Elle a remporté le prix de poésie Radio-Canada en 2009 et le pris du Sallon du livre du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean en 2011, 2014 et 2018. Elle est professeure de création littéraire et de thorie psychanalitiqye à l'Université McGill. La vie virée vraie est son premier livre au Quartanier.

Doors at 3.45 pm

Performance at 4.45 pm

Saturday 10
07:30 PM
ALEX LE BLANC ET SON ORCHESTRE - LANCEMENT DU DISQUE MUSIQUE POUR JEUNES FOUS

« Musique pour jeunes fous », le 2ème opus d’Alex LeBlanc et son Orchestre, est un album à la fois ludique, électrique et unique qui nous fait voyager à travers plusieurs époques du Jazz et autres styles musicaux. Les compositions sont inspirées par le jeu et la personnalité de chaque membre du sextuor et sont donc arrangées avec un souci d’authenticité et d’originalité dans le but de marquer les esprits. Des compositeurs impressionnistes jusqu’au rock, en passant par le cool jazz et le hard bop, l’univers d’Alex LeBlanc et son Orchestre est très vaste et il en résulte une œuvre toute aussi éclectique qu’enthousiasmante. En concert, on peut s’attendre à beaucoup d’énergie et de sensations fortes véhiculées à travers une belle folie et le plaisir d’improviser. 

Alex Le Blanc - upright bass, compositions

Alex Dodier - alto and barytone saxophone

Alex Francoeur - tenor saxophone

Alex Desjardins - trombone

Marcus Lowry - guitar

Guillaume Pilote - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Sunday 11
07:00 PM
KIM RICHARDSON TRIO

Winner of three Juno awards, Ontario-born Kim has been singing for over 35 years. She sings (almost) anything! Rock, pop, R'N'B, jazz, gospel, country and has even performed some classical pieces with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Her musical travels have taken her across Canada as well as parts of the US, Europe, Africa and South America. Among her latest appearances, Kim has sung the national anthems for the Montreal Canadiens, participated in the 375th anniversary of Montreal concert at the Bell Centre and completed a 30-month tour with “American Story Show”. Her recent single called “No Mountain Too High” with singer/songwriter and musician extraordinaire Jason Lang, is available on most music platforms.

Kim Richardson - Vocals

John Sadowy - Piano

Karl Surprenant - Upright Bass

Shows at 7 and 9pm

Cover charge: 14$
Monday 12
07:00 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE LATIN JAZZ QUARTET

Bassist Alex Bellegarde fuses contemporary Latin jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms an free improvisation. An electrifying concert featuring excellent musicians.

Alex Bellegarde - upright bass

Michel Cantero - piano

Nestor Rodrigez - saxophone

Diomer Gonzales - percussion

Shows at 7 and 9.30pm

Cover charge: 12$
Tuesday 13
07:00 PM
LES MARDIS BIG BAND AVEC JOE SULLIVAN

Since it’s début performance in 1998, the Joe Sullivan Big Band has become a major presence on the Canadian jazz scene. The group’s growing list of accomplishments includes numerous concert appearances, radio broadcasts and four critically acclaimed CD recordings. The group has received numerous grants from the Canadian and Québec arts councils and was twice nominated for a Prix Opus. The ensemble is anchored by one of Canada’s finest rhythm sections in André White (piano) Alec Walkington (bass) and Dave Laing (drums). It also features an all-star cast of Quebec’s top jazz soloists, including Lorne Lofsky, Al Mclean, André Leroux, Aron Doyle, Dave Grott and Jean-Nicholas Trottier. The band performs from a large and varied repertoire of contemporary jazz compositions, principally by Sullivan and Jean Fréchette.

Joe Sullivan - leader

Show at 7pm

Cover charge: 15$
Tuesday 13
09:30 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE TRIO ET INVITé AL MCLEAN + JAM SESSION

Every Tuesday nights it's the Jazz Jam lead by Alex Bellegarde Trio and their guests. You will have the chance to hear reknown musicians from Montreal and abroad as well as new talents to be discovered. Capital Arts Online, The new academy of jazz "… In weekly jam sessions, Montreal musicians are keeping alive the tradition that makes the music grow … " Craig Moy

Al McLean (guest) - saxophone

Alex Bellegarde - Upright Bass

Eric St-Jean - Piano

Martin Auguste - Drums

Show at 9pm followed by a Jam Session

Cover charge: 8$
Wednesday 14
09:30 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
Thursday 15
07:00 PM
YANNICK RIEU QUARTET

Recognized as one of the most talented jazz saxophonists in the world, Yannick Rieu is the recipient of the 18th Oscar Peterson Award, acknowledging his outstanding musicianship and exceptional contribution to the development of Canadian jazz. His music is best defined by its constant evolution. Where does Yannick Rieu really stand ? The answer is complex. «He has the ability to evoke the roar and fury of life as well as the tenderness and exquisite delight of our existence.» (Stanley Péan, Montréal). annick Rieu leaves no one indifferent. Through his acoustic and electronic projects, he tackles music from multiple angles, while improvisation remains the cornerstone of his artistry. Always intense and intuitive, he plays tenor and soprano saxophone, obeying his own philosophy, without any compromise. As a creative artist, he constantly aims at giving sense to his music.

Yannick Rieu - saxophone

Remi-Jean Leblanc - upright bass

Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

Jonathan Cayer - piano

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Friday 16
07:00 PM
JAMES GELFAND - X-MAS ARRANGEMENTS

Description :Jean-Pierre Zanella - saxophone

James Gelfand, one of Canada's best pianists, has played and toured with Kenny Wheeler, Michael Brecker, Sonny Greenwich, Terry Clarke, Michel Donato, Alain Caron and Gino Vanelli. He is the recipient of both a Master's Degree in Jazz and a B.A. in Classical Music from the Eastman School of Music. Gelfand was a semi-finalist at the 1987 Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition, and his group was awarded First Prize at the Festival International de Jazz de Montr˜al in 1992. He has also performed at Festivals in Montreux, Le Mans and Jacksonville, and has performed on over 25 recordings, including three as a leader.

James Gelfand - piano

Jean-Pierre Zanella - saxophone

Rémi-Jean Leblanc - upright bass

Jim Hillman - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Saturday 17
07:00 PM
FRéDéRIC ALARIE TRIO

Since arriving on the jazz music scene in the end of the 1980s, Frédéric Alarie never ceased to deepen and enrich their game the double bass. He has a reputation as a skillful builder, loving to deconstruct the conventional scaffolding of jazz in order to erect new ones. His playing is described as fluid, sensitive and daring.

 He joined the ensembles of Bernard Primeau, Lorraine Desmarais, Jean-Pierre Zanella and Yannick Rieu to name a few. From Canada to  China, via France, Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Poland and the United States, all over  guest title, he left  his mark as a very high caliber double bass player. He had the chance to play with illustrious artists such as Oliver Jones, Ranee Lee, Sheila Jordan, John Abercrombie, Joe Lovano, Renaud Garcia-Fons, Georges Benson, Salvator Adamo, Nathalie Dessay, Charles Aznavour and Michel Legrand. He formed  his own ensembles including Frédéric Alarie & Basse Section and in recent years, the Frédéric Alarie Quartet, Trio and Duo.

Frédéric Alarie is one of Canada's most sought-after bassists. He has participated  at  34 albums as accompanist-soloist and  sixty albums as a guest artist; several of these albums have won awards including FÉLIX and a JUNO AWARD. AT  As a composer, he has nine albums to his credit, which were praised by critics. The album Vision with the formation Basse Section earned him in 1997 a nomination for the best jazz album of the year at  ADISQ. The same year, Saison Jazz Montréal named him Discovery of the Year. In 1998, he won the Prix de Jazz Trébas.

Frédéric Alarie surprises with the color, depth and audacity of his work: musician, composer, soloist, he always manages to  expand the limits of his expression and those of jazz.  

Frédéric Alarie - upright bass

Sylvain Provost - guitar

Christian Pamerleau - drums

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Sunday 18
07:00 PM
KIM RICHARDSON TRIO

Winner of three Juno awards, Ontario-born Kim has been singing for over 35 years. She sings (almost) anything! Rock, pop, R'N'B, jazz, gospel, country and has even performed some classical pieces with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Her musical travels have taken her across Canada as well as parts of the US, Europe, Africa and South America. Among her latest appearances, Kim has sung the national anthems for the Montreal Canadiens, participated in the 375th anniversary of Montreal concert at the Bell Centre and completed a 30-month tour with “American Story Show”. Her recent single called “No Mountain Too High” with singer/songwriter and musician extraordinaire Jason Lang, is available on most music platforms.

Kim Richardson - Vocals

John Sadowy - Piano

Karl Surprenant - Upright Bass

Shows at 7 and 9pm

Cover charge: 14$
Monday 19
07:00 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE JAZZ LATIN QUARTET

Bassist Alex Bellegarde fuses contemporary Latin jazz, Afro-Cuban rhythms and free improvisation. An electrifying concert featuring excellent musicians.

Alex Bellegarde - upright bass

Michel Cantero - piano

Nestor Rodrigez - saxophone

Diomer Gonzales - percussion

Shows at 7pm and 9.30pm

 

Cover charge: 12$
Tuesday 20
07:00 PM
LES MARDIS BIG BAND AVEC TAYLOR DONALDSON BIG BAND

Taylor Donaldson is an active member of the Montreal music scene, working as a trombonist, composer/arranger and music copyist. He directs his own 17-piece big band that plays from a growing book of his arrangements and compositions, along with music written by other members of the group. The band's repertoire brings together jazz standards and original compositions in the great tradition of big band jazz.

Taylor Donaldson - leader

Show at 7pm

Cover charge: 15$
Tuesday 20
09:30 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE TRIO ET INVITé PHILIPPE BROCHU + JAM SESSION

Every Tuesday nights it's the Jazz Jam lead by Alex Bellegarde Trio and their guests. You will have the chance to hear reknown musicians from Montreal and abroad as well as new talents to be discovered. Capital Arts Online, The new academy of jazz "… In weekly jam sessions, Montreal musicians are keeping alive the tradition that makes the music grow … " Craig Moy

Philippe Brochu (guest) - saxophone

Alex Bellegarde - Upright Bass

Eric St-Jean - Piano

Martin Auguste - Drums

Show at 9pm followed by a Jam Session

 

Cover charge: 8$
Wednesday 21
07:00 PM
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.

Jean-Michel Pilc - piano

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Thursday 22
07:00 PM
DANIEL THOUIN PRESENTE LE NOEL DE CHARLIE BROWN

Daniel Thouin présente un concert très spécial mettant à l’honneur les pièces de l’album A Charlie Brown Christmas du pianiste jazz américain Vince Guaraldi. Cet enregistrement, paru en 1965, et dont la popularité ne se dément pas, est considéré comme l’un des meilleurs albums de Noël de tous les temps, en plus d’avoir fait découvrir le jazz à une toute nouvelle génération. 

Daniel Thouin - piano

Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

Morgan Moore - upright bass

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Friday 23
07:00 PM
DANIEL THOUIN PRESENTE LE NOEL DE CHARLIE BROWN

Daniel Thouin présente un concert très spécial mettant à l’honneur les pièces de l’album A Charlie Brown Christmas du pianiste jazz américain Vince Guaraldi. Cet enregistrement, paru en 1965, et dont la popularité ne se dément pas, est considéré comme l’un des meilleurs albums de Noël de tous les temps, en plus d’avoir fait découvrir le jazz à une toute nouvelle génération. 

Daniel Thouin - piano

Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

Morgan Moore - upright bass

Shows at 7 and 9.30 pm

Cover charge: 15$
Saturday 24
07:00 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
Sunday 25
07:00 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
Monday 26
12:00 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
Tuesday 27
07:00 PM
LES MARDIS BIG BAND AVEC BENJAMIN DESCHAMPS

It was through his classical music background that Benjamin Deschamps discovered jazz to finally make it his own. Although he cumulates artistic mediums (he is a flutist, clarinetist and arranger), it is his talents as a saxophonist and composer that have put him in the spotlight. His gregarious spirit led him to collaborate with several ensembles such as the Rachel Therrien Quintet, Odd Lot (Jacques Kuba Séguin), the Joe Sullivan Big Band, the Orchestre national de jazz de Montréal and JazzLab Orchestra (Effendi) before diving headfirst into his own projects. From trio to sextet, he plays with variable ensemble sizes to give the most fitting touch to each work.Benjamin is recognized by his peers in the Canadian jazz scene, but also by the cultural industry. He was named “Révélation jazz Radio-Canada” in 2017-2018, and won the TD Grand Prize at the Festival international de Jazz de Montréal in 2019.

Benjamin Deschamps - lead

Show at 7pm

Cover charge: 15$
Tuesday 27
09:30 PM
ALEX BELLEGARDE TRIO ET INVITé SAMUEL BLAIS + JAM SESSION

Every Tuesday nights it's the Jazz Jam lead by Alex Bellegarde Trio and their guests. You will have the chance to hear reknown musicians from Montreal and abroad as well as new talents to be discovered. Capital Arts Online, The new academy of jazz "… In weekly jam sessions, Montreal musicians are keeping alive the tradition that makes the music grow … " Craig Moy

Samuel Blais (guest) - saxophone

Alex Bellegarde - uUpright Bass

Eric St-Jean - piano

Martin Auguste - drums

Show at 9pm followed by a Jam Session

Cover charge: 8$
Saturday 31
07:00 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
January 2023
Monday 02
09:30 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
February 2023
Wednesday 01
09:30 PM
FERMé / CLOSED
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