Harold López-Nussa + Celia Kameni & Mark Priore

Récif · Festival Jazz à Lyon

Harold López-Nussa

Harold López-Nussa is a gifted virtuoso whose joy is infectious. The island of Cuba is rich in musical families and great pianists. Harold López-Nussa ticks both boxes and has established himself as one of the most innovative musicians of the new generation.

Chucho Valdes, an influential figure in modern Afro-Cuban jazz, calls him “the vanguard of a new generation of musicians”. His music is the image of the island’s music: generous and singular, oscillating between jazz and popular music, inspired as much by Spain, the United States, Africa and the Caribbean. Prepare to be captivated by the moment of grace he offers us through his playing, in the breathtaking setting of the Chapelle de la Trinité.

Celia Kameni & Mark Priore

Celia Kameni‘s radiant voice blends with Mark Priore‘s virtuosity at the piano. It was in June 2023 that these two artists gave their first duo concert, instantly creating a shared palette of expression. This connection gave rise to the desire to continue this emotional and musical journey together. They compose on the spot, as if drawing with four hands, subtle impressions between jazz, pop and chanson.

Mark Priore stands out as one of the most promising talents in the world of contemporary jazz, receiving rave reviews for his virtuosity on the piano, as well as for his remarkable creativity and elegance.
Célia Kameni is a singer with a singular voice, somewhere between sensitivity and intensity. Citing Nina Simone, Feist and Björk as her main influences, the artist readily draws on the fields of spiritual, pop, folk and classical music to develop a style that skilfully blends improvisation, poetry and the depth of vibratory “singing”.


Doors open at 8pm / Concerts start at 8:30pm
A concert hosted by La Chapelle de la Trinité (located at 31 rue de la Bourse, Lyon 2ᵉ) as part of the Récif festival.

wednesday 27 march 202420h00
Chapelle de La Trinité
ticket office opening 19h00
18/22€

Harold Lopez Nussa

Born in Havana, Harold Lopez Nussa is heir to a large family of Cuban musicians. A prodigious pianist, he has won numerous prizes, including the prestigious Jazz Solo Competition at the Montreux Festival in 2005.Harold Lopez-Nussa has recorded three CDs in three years, the first (Sobre el Atelier) solo in the wake of Montreux, then […]

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Celia Kameni & Mark Priore

Introduced to classical piano at the age of 5, Mark Priore fell in love with jazz. He began to study it on his own, eventually entering the CNSM in Paris, from which he graduated with top honors. At the same time, he became a sought-after sideman in Paris and Europe, collaborating with Nguyen Le, Herve […]

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