Since childhood, the East and the West have always lived in Amin Al Aiedy, whether in the blood, the language or the music listened to in the family. After studying contemporary music, then classical and finally jazz, life took him to live and study on the other side of the Mediterranean, where he was able to absorb Arabic music and culture in depth.
He was fortunate enough to find some particularly open-minded and talented musicians along the way, who joined him on this adventure: Vincent Forestier, a pianist with a sensitive touch, drawing on his extensive knowledge of classical music combined with jazz, brings subtle harmonies and resonates in chorus with the oud. Matheo Ciesla, a drummer with a sharp swing derived from jazz culture, makes his panoply of sparkling metals ring out while responding to Jean Waché’s double bass, which completes the quartet by adding depth and solidity. All these people have greatly inspired him and helped him to write his own compositions, which are then developed within the group with the contributions of each member.