CONCERTS

The 1001 NUITS DU JAZZ retrace with music, twice a month and through 100 great evening concerts, the different stages of the epic of jazz in the historical setting of the Bal Blomet. Each of them is punctuated by short presentations of artists, standards, episodes...

On December 3 opens the 2019-2020 season of Mardi Jazzy, a jazz meeting in Dammarie-lès-Lys with students from the CMDL. The Smoothie Jazz Quartet will invest the Espace Nino Ferrer stage from 8:30 pm , to deliver a sincere and generous jazz....

Students from the Pôle Supérieur Paris-Boulogne Billancourt and the CMDL join forces to pay tribute to The RH Factor for Michaël Cheret's Vandojam. Led by the incredible Texan trumpet player Roy Hargrove, The RH Factor was able to apprehend, with style and technique, all the...

Discover the CMDL's 2018-2019 promotion after months of training! As the end of year's coming, this concert is the ultimate opportunity for these musicians to play together, in front of a large audience: teachers, musicians, friends, family, neighbors ...

Met at the CMDL, these four musicians gather quickly around their sources of common inspirations, from Wes Montgomery, Duke Ellington to Strayhorn. The music of the NMN's Quartet is articulated between rearranged standards and personal compositions, they drive you in their jazz universe inspired and...

Cmdl's Big Band re-arranges and plays the repertoire of one of the most influent musicians on the current jazz scene : Herbie Hancock. Author of some of the most important themes in modern jazz to the point of becoming new "standards", he is one of...

Manouche Jazz Concert at Blandy-lès-Tours Castle The X-Swing trio invites you to the jazz club atmosphere of the 30's to the 50's, meeting Django Reinhardt. Albertine Obert on violin, Tom Guillois on guitar and Matis Regnault on double bass, will perform Jazz Manouche standards by...

The voice as an instrument occupies a central place in the musical genres at the origin of the jazz, such as the songs of work of the slaves and the laments of the blues guitarists. From scat to vocalises, vocal jazz is now a must....

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