Led by singer and composer Juliette Meyer, this quartet brings together contemporary jazz, improvisation, electronica and poetry, creating a strange, singular music that reflects its name, taken from the Old French: Haléïs, le cri retentissant!

You can hear the medieval songs of Jean Richafort, the cheeky Occitanie, the seventies experiments of Saravah and the new Franco-Swiss school of jazzpunk-pop. Haléïs invites you to explore, to take musical byways, to curl up with a fascinating mix.

This concert is supported by Jazz Migration.

wednesday 27 september 202321h00
Grande Scène
ticket office opening 20h30


In 2020, Juliette Meyer (vocals, lyrics) brought together Thibault Gomez (piano), Fanny Lasfargues (electro-acoustic bass) and Benoît Joblot (drums) to create Haléïs. Haléïs, which means ‘resounding cry’ in old French, is a blend of chanson and jazz, without being vocal jazz. Its influences are less Billie Holiday than Babx, Jacques Brel or Barbara. With its […]

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