There is nothing like limitation and restriction to foster inventiveness. Taking short forms, always at a slow or medium tempo, the three musicians of the Kepler Trio, (Maxime Sanchez, piano, Adrien Sanchez, tenor sax, Julien Pontvianne, tenor sax and clarinet) set out to explore timbres, echoes, chimeras, and both natural and artificial resonance. And as they do so, their minimalist approach becomes poetic and reveals its depth. Ultimately the listener is led to focus where song and melody simply overwhelm the senses, and is taken right back to a lost paradise of innocence.
Supported by: Jazz à Luz