Tag: Baptiste Trotignon
Photo-concert with Baptiste Trotignon at Evian
The city of Evian and Evian Resort, along with association Davril and Les amis de Marc Riboud, present as part of Jazz en ville festival, a concert creating a dialogue between Marc Riboud’s photographs and Baptiste Trotignon’s live music.
This “photo concert” will be the first event of year 2023 which celebrates the 100th birthday of Marc Riboud.
This projects links live music by Baptiste Trotignon and the screening of more than 300 photographs by Marc Riboud. From the principal themes in the work of Marc Riboud and compositions by Baptiste Trotignon, chosen from his repertoire, sequences of images have been elaborated, at times thematic, at times transversal, to built up partitions of images.
Concert at Palais Lumière, Evian, at 8pm.
During the day of Saturday 4th of February, other events will take place:
Masterclass (open to all) by jazz pianist Baptiste Trotignon,
Palais Lumière, 11am. Free entrance.
Evian Jazz Poursuite (open to all)
Centre of town, 3pm-6pm. Free entrance.
For more information: website of the city of Evian
(Image credits: Baptiste Trotignon, 2019 © Richard Dumas ; Marc Riboud, China, 1996 © Xiao Quan)
Photo-concert with Baptiste Trotignon at Rennes Opera House
The Orchestre national de Bretagne, association Davril and Les amis de Marc Riboud present an original concert creating a dialogue between Marc Riboud’s photographs and Baptiste Trotignon’s musis.
Baptiste Trotignon, pianist, composer, partner of the greatest musicians for 20 years, is a key figure of an eclectic jazz. Blending several styles of music, from jazz to cabaret, from classic to pop, Baptiste Trotignon will open the festival “Ça va jazzer” with this new creation. He gives a tribute to Marc Riboud, which photographs will be screened, in dialogue with the piano and musical improvisations.
For more information and to book a ticket (in French): website of Orchestre national de Bretagne
(Image credits: Baptiste Trotignon, 2019 (c) Richard Dumas ; Marc Riboud, China, 1996 (c) Xiao Quan)