JazzLab Orchestra - Loguslabusmuzikus
Effendi presents

JazzLab Orchestra - Loguslabusmuzikus

From December 28th 2020 to January 10th 2021
For more information about this event, please contact Effendi at effendi@me.com.

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The new experience LOGUSLABUSMUZIKUS

The thermometer rises...
Despite the current mood, the thermometer rises with each step as the Jazzlab Orchestra's new experience evolves. The sequences follow one another with a plurality of thematic elements marked by a kind of daring, which carries on endlessly, the ensemble making the audience flee far, behind health concerns in space and time. 

ARE YOU IN NEED OF INSPIRATION FOR YOUR HOLIDAY GIFTS?
OFFER YOURSELF A MOMENT OF PURE EMOTION WITH THE WEBCAST OF THE LOGUSLABUSMUZIKUS PROJECT

Webdiffusion as a gift to start the new year 2021
Thus, by viewing the virtual concert between you will have the chance to see your name inside the cover of the band's future album and obtain a 30% rebate on the purchase of this album, which will be launched in the spring of 2021.

Web site : jazzlaborchestra.com

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The new experience LOGUSLABUSMUZIKUS

The thermometer rises...
Despite the current mood, the thermometer rises with each step as the Jazzlab Orchestra's new experience evolves. The sequences follow one another with a plurality of thematic elements marked by a kind of daring, which carries on endlessly, the ensemble making the audience flee far, behind health concerns in space and time. 

ARE YOU IN NEED OF INSPIRATION FOR YOUR HOLIDAY GIFTS?
OFFER YOURSELF A MOMENT OF PURE EMOTION WITH THE WEBCAST OF THE LOGUSLABUSMUZIKUS PROJECT

Webdiffusion as a gift to start the new year 2021
Thus, by viewing the virtual concert between you will have the chance to see your name inside the cover of the band's future album and obtain a 30% rebate on the purchase of this album, which will be launched in the spring of 2021.

Web site : jazzlaborchestra.com

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Exchanges
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Business Hours

Sunday
Closed
Monday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

JazzLab Orchestra

JAZZLAB ORCHESTRA – 16 years of creative music The Jazzlab Orchestra, based in Montreal, defines itself as a specific group, a true institution in the world of Canadian jazz since 2004. The group explores musical writing in many styles, each time supported by stunning composers and musicians. Always keen on originality, always attached to gravitating a core of astonishing artists, it elaborates with inspiration and audacity each project since its creation. Practically the only group of its kind in Canada, he has released 7 albums and given 297 concerts in 16 years, giving concerts on the best stages of major jazz festivals and several prestigious venues in North America and Europe, including: The Jazz at the Lincoln Center (NY), the New Morning, the Café de la Danse (Paris), the Casa del Jazz (Rome), the Grande Teatro (Sicily), the Jazz Station (Brussels) and the Budapest Music Center (Budapest), etc. Usually made up of 8 leaders of Quebec jazz, this "Large Format" ensemble has also grown from 8 to 12 to 22 musicians on some occasions. It also gave 39 special concerts with many international artists. -------- All of the Jazzlab Orchestra's projects, without exception, have been nominated in the categories of best jazz album and/or best jazz concert at ADISQ, JUNO, Prix OPUS, Choc JazzMan, Downbeat, etc. Among these nominations are those of the latest project "Quintessence" nominated at ADISQ in the categories of best album of the year 2019, Hit of the month (best jazz CD of the month in Nov 2019) in the magazine Couleurs Jazz (France), 5 stars on Jazzit (Italy) and le Voir (Qc). -------- The musicians : Mario Allard, Benjamin Deschamps, Samuel Blais (multi-instrumentalists), Jacques Kuba Seguin (trumpet), Thomas Morelli-Bernard (trombone), Félix Stüssi (piano), Alain Bédard (double bass and compositions), and Michel Lambert (drums), and the occasional contribution: Alex Francoeur (saxophones), Nicolas Boulay (trumpet) and Olivier Hébert (trombone) jazzlaborchestra.com/

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