Who run the jazz ?

You may have noticed it (or not !) But we are welcoming a lot of female artists this year 2020 at the Jazz Station. We therefore thought that this would be an opportunity to get rid of misconceptions : no, jazz is not a guy’s music ! Of the forty-six concerts we offer between January and June 2020, twenty formidable musicians, with all kind of instruments, have been or will be part of it !

Savannah Harris, drummer, for the Gold Bareket quartet, January 18, during the River Jazz Festival.
Pauline Leblond, trumpeter, for the presentation of his EP with his double quartet, including Maritsa Ney and Marie Ghitta at the string desks, on February 13.
Rachel Gould, singer and Nathalie Loriers in trio with Riccardo Del Fra, on February 15.
Julie Campiche, harpist, for the presentation of her album as a quartet, on February 22.
Margaux Vranken, pianist, in concert on February 28 with her international quartet, including drummer Jas Kayser.
Maria Chiara Argirò, pianist, for the presentation of her album "Hidden Seas" in which Leïla Martial also sings, on March 12.
Natasha Van Eerdewegh, pianist, for the next edition of the "Young Talents" concerts and the presentation of her EP, on April 9.
Hélène Duret, clarinetist, for the Try Out concert of her project "Synestet", on April 10.
Raphaëlle Brochet, singer, for her duet concert with Philippe Aerts, on May 2.
Céline Bonacina, saxophonist, for her project "Fly Fly", on May 16.
Pepa Niebla, singer, for the last edition of the concert season "Young Talents" and the presentation of her album "Renaissance", on May 22.
Sofia Ribeiro, singer, in concert with her quartet, on June 6.
Nabou Claerhout, trombonist, for the presentation of her EP "Hubert", in quartet with double bass player Trui Amerlinck, on June 13.
Marine Horbaczewski, cellist, for the new formation of Lorenzo Di Maio in trio + string quartet, on June 20.