Here is the Brexit Week: the idea does not lack spice so that the deputies of british étripent around the umpteenth postponement of the exfiltration (or not?) of Great Britain of the european Union. It is almost as complicated as an album of John Zorn, and to make things more simple, side jazz, the Duc des Lombards has signed its own agreement with the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London. Diplomatically, it is something that can be easily defended by a few slogans: the jazz made the force, the union of sounds is without boundary, it is enough to agree on the proper tempo…

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The Brexit Week has started, but there are still some appointments not to be missed. As of Wednesday, march 27, pianist Ashley Henry, fresh out of the Royal Academy of Music (2016), will prove the interest of the new English scene. Ashley Henry is 27 years old. He has already released an album of covers revealing his great talent for interpretation, and is preparing, after collaborations with Jason Marsalis or Robert Glasper, to publish a new album, of which the first parts indicate the best.

In another genre, the bass player, Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne will be on stage tomorrow with his accomplices, of Hejira, for a journey of soul and jazz in the land of ethiopia, a strange fusion which reveals the extent to which the jazz explodes its codes, either in London or in the rest of Europe. On Friday, the pianist James Pearson, the flexibility with the quartet of Ronny Scott’s, will make a tribute to european musicians: Michel Legrand and the Beatles under the same flag! Finally, don’t miss, Saturday, the great saxophonist and flutist mancunien Chip Wickham. Come to the hip-hop and breakbeat, it offers a spiritual jazz agree Latin-inspired excellent. The jazzxit seems not for tomorrow.

Duc des Lombards 42, rue des Lombards (Ier).
Tel.: 01 42 33 22 88. J o: 30 march at 19: 30 and 21: 30. Seating: of 23 € to 39 €.