In parternship with un Doua de Jazz
Between acoustic and electronic, jazz fervor and dancefloor fever, dreamy escapes and meticulous beats, Léon Phal‘s quintet reveals contagious energy.
A more sophisticated production in which we find the spontaneity and the fulgurances of improvised music, with a real group sound electrified by Gauthier Toux‘s keyboards, enveloped by the brass and the complicity of Léon Phal and Zacharie Ksyk (trumpet), with on the rhythmic Arthur Alard (drums) and Rémi Bouyssière (double bass).
Léon Phal, promising saxophonist, is part of a young generation of jazz musicians whose work has been inspired and influenced by the Standards. His work is inspired by these classics of jazz, and he pays tribute to every note in brio, whether it be Roy Hargrove’s RH factor or D’Angelo’s “Voodoo”. His mastery of the […]Read more