Belgian Jazz Meeting 2017

01-03 Sep 2017
Working visit
International showcase happening for jazz professionals (Brussels)

The Belgian Jazz Meeting is a biennial showcase happening and professional networking event. The aim is to give an international platform to jazz artists from Belgium and promote the Belgian jazz scene abroad.

The rich and varied programme will enable participants to discover different – sometimes multi-faceted – emerging or confirmed artists. They cover the complete range of so-called improvised music, with as much talent as professionalism and passion.

The Belgian Jazz Meeting is a partnership between Flanders Arts Institute, De Werf, JazzLab SeriesLes Lundis d’HortenseWallonie-Bruxelles Musiques and Museact asbl. After the  edition of 2015 in Bruges, the Belgian Jazz Meeting will be moving to Brussels with Théâtre Marni and Flagey as operating bases and producing partners.

Showcases

Dates & programme

1 – 3 september 2017, Brussels (Théâtre Marni & Flagey)
See the full programme here

Listen to the showcases, live at Belgian Jazz Meeting 2017

Animus Anima
Nicolas Ankoudinoff – tenor saxophone & composition
Bart Maris – trumpet & fluglehorn
Benoist Eil – electric guitars
Pascal Rousseau – tuba & fuzz tuba
Etienne Plumer – drums
Stephan Pougin – congas & darbouka

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Antoine Pierre / Urbex
Jean-Paul Estiévenart – trumpet
Toine Thys – tenor and soprano saxes,bass clarinet
Steven Delannoye – tenor sax, replaced by Tom Bourgeois
Bert Cools – electric guitar
Bram De Looze – piano, replaced by Fabian Fiorini
Félix Zurstrassen – electric bass
Frédéric Malempré – percussions
Antoine Pierre – drums, compositions

BRZZVLL
Vincent Brijs – saxophone
Andrew Claes – saxophone, ewi, darbuka
Geert Hellings – guitar
Jan Willems – keys
Dries Laheye – electric bass
Maarten Moesen – drums
Stijn Cools – drums

Dans Dans
Bert Dockx – guitar, cassettes
Frederic Jacques – bass, synths
Steven Cassiers – drums, percussion, synths

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Drifter
Nicolas Kummert – saxophone, backing vocals
Alexi Tuomarila – piano, moog
Axel Gilain – acoustic, electric bass, guitar, backing vocals
Teun Verbruggen – drums

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Hermia / Ceccaldi / Darrifourcq
Manuel Hermia – saxophones
Valentin Ceccaldi – cello
Sylvain Darrifourcq – drums

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Jozef Dumoulin Solo
Jozef Dumoulin – Fender Rhodes

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Linus
Ruben Machtelinckx – baritone guitar, banjo
Thomas Jillings – saxophone, clarinet, synth

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Lorenzo Di Maio Group
Lorenzo Di Maio – guitar, compositions
Jean-Paul Estiévenart – trumpet
Nicola Andrioli – piano, Rhodes
Cédric Raymond – double bass
Antoine Pierre – drums

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MDCIII
Mattias De Craene – sax
Simon Segers – drums
Lennert Jacobs – drums

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Steiger
Gilles Vandecaveye – piano/keys
Kobe Boon – double bass
Simon Raman –drums

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Trio Grande
Laurent Dehors – saxophones, clarinets, bagpipes, Jew’s Harp, harmonica
Michel Massot – euphonium, sousaphone, trombone
Michel Debrulle – drums-grosse caisse de Binche

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The Belgian Jazz Meeting aftermovie

The Belgian Jazz Meeting aftermovie, shot by Jonatan Lyssens, features atmospheric images of the event and fragments of interviews with journalists, programmers and musicians.

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New compilation Belgian Jazz

On the occasion of the Meeting Flanders Arts Institute, together with a.o. WBM, released a compilation on cd.