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Jeremy Gignoux Trio

03 Oct Posted by in Schedule | Comments
Jeremy Gignoux Trio
 
Jeremy Gignoux is ever oscillating between calling himself a violinist or a fiddler. Playing in between those lines, he has developed an original sound and technique.
Originally from France, he studied classical violin and piano from the age of seven. He composed from an early age and got a few pieces played by various ensembles at his music school. Later on he picked up interest in Irish fiddle music as well as blues and rock ‘n roll, jazz and bluegrass. Particularly found of Jimi Hendrix, he started imitating Jimi’s guitar playing on the violin.
When moving to Canada in 2011, Jeremy got into jazz and old time music
After studying classical and jazz music writing techniques in Montreal he moved back to Calgary where he is now based
Jeremy loves collaborating with dancers, having been part of the house band for two Decidedly Jazz Danceworks productions. In 2017, he was composer and sole musician for Catherine Hayward’s piece in Dancer’s Studio West’s Metamorphosis.
He has also played alongside of many projects including Alex Ginella, Benjamin Longman, Carolina Slim, Liquor Mountain, Nathan M. Godfrey.
Jeremy’s primary project is the Acoustic Ensemble, which features a Gypsy jazz instrumentation. With the Ensemble, he and his accomplices push the boundaries of the style into modern jazz, free jazz, but also Ragtime and Eastern European traditional musics.
Watch Jeremy Gignoux Performance on YouTube   
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swx_q9Iob7o 
For our October 3rd concert, the ensemble will feature Wayne Garrett (Surf Kitties, Wine Soaked Preachers, Bryson Waind and the Citizen Band…) on guitar, and Daniel Bourassa (The Bitterweed Draw, The Mantle) on bass. The ensemble will focus on original compositions as well as arrangements of jazz standards and traditional tunes from Romania.

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