Friday Evening

1st part - Canibal Dandies

 

Blues, Energy & Joy ! 

 

Canibal Dandies play what we call "old jazz" and traditional blues, but the group is also very influenced by the way this music is played today in New Orleans. They incorporate this comtemporary influence into their own style. Between original compositions and New Orleans jazz standards, their effervescent youth pays service to a music already 100 years old and asks us to cast a new eye on this type of repertoire. A joyous group to open a festival full of fun and music!

Corentin Lehembre - trumpet, vocals

Sami Khalfoune - trumpet

Hugues Lehembre - saxophones

Pierre Bayse – clarinet

Anaël Berry – banjo, vocals

Julien Didier - sousaphone, vocals

Auguste Caron - drums

 

2nd part - Pablo Campos Quintet

 

Pocket Big band 

Swing

 

For the pianist Pablo Campos this quintet is the occasion to realise a dream: to sing the repertoire of his favourite singers, from Nat King Cole to Frank Sinatra, passing by Mel Tormé. Inspired by the collaboration between the singer Joe Williams and the trumpeter Harry « Sweets » Edison - two pillars of the Count Basie Orchestra - the group has been conceived as a «Pocket Big Band» and their arrangements have been thought of as reductions of those of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Quincy Jones, Marty Paich, Neal Hefti. Surprising and inspired.

Pablo Campos  - piano &vocals

Jérôme Etcheberry  - trumpet

David Sauzay  - tenor saxophone 

Raphaël Dever  - double bass

Germain Cornet  - drums