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We are pleased to present the Jazz Migration #6 selection  ! In these new and difficult times, good news are rare, therefore we are delighted to share them with you.

Elected by 94 programmers, the 4 bands are entering this year in the first step of Jazz Migration program with an artistic and professional support. You will be able to see them on tour in France and Europe in 2021.

Following a national call for applications that gathered 80 bands, 14 projects have been shortlisted, which is a proof of the interest of the jazz and improvised music sphere in Jazz Migration program.

We would like to warmly thank the numerous electors for their investment by these times where the professional jazz world is so particularly affected. This engagement is a symbol of hope for the future of our musics !

JAZZ MIGRATION #6

FANTôME

Supported by Vague de Jazz

Morgane Carnet – Tenor Saxophones and Baritone, Clarinet
Jean Brice Godet – Clarinet
Luca Ventimiglia – Vibraphone
Alexandre du Closel – Piano

 

GO TO THE DOGS!

Supported by Le Mans Jazz – Europajazz/Chorus

Aristide d’Agostino – Trumpet
Arnaud Edel – Guitar
Thibaud Thiolon – Saxophones, Clarinet
Samuel Foucault – Bass
Jean-Emmanuel Doucet – Drums

 

LA LITANIE DES CIMES

Supported by D’jazz Nevers

Clement Janinet – Violin, Tenor Violin, Objects
Elodie Pasquier – Clarinets
Bruno Ducret – Cello

ROUGE

Supported by Millau Jazz

Madeleine Cazenave – Piano
Sylvain Didou – Double Bass
Boris Louvet – Drums

About Jazz Migration

Jazz Migration, created in 2002, is a program led by AJC, the jazz promoters network in France and in Europe, in order to respond to the issue of emergence and dissemination of young jazz musicians. Jazz Migration is today the only project for french emerging creative jazz musicians, that is offering the opportunity for them to build their careers, develop their skills and get their music out into the world.

Contacts

Jazz Migration – Lucie Muzart    ………………………………….   luciemuzart@ajc-jazz.eu – +33 6 37 63 73 96
AJC – Antoine Bos   ……………………………………………………  antoinebos@ajc-jazz.eu – +33 6 76 82 90 03
Press & communication – Valentin Lalbia     ……………..  valentinlalbia@ajc-jazz.eu – +33 6 78 84 54 04