Stéphane Kerecki featuring Marc Copland, Ralph Alessi, Tore Brunborg, Fabrice Moreau


Biography Stéphane Kerecki featuring Marc Copland, Ralph Alessi, Tore Brunborg, Fabrice Moreau



Stéphane Kerecki
studied economics at Paris II before heading to musical studies at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris, where he had as double bass teachers Jean-François Jenny-Clark, Riccardo Del Fra and Jean-Paul Celea. He cites Dave Holland, Charlie Haden, Gary Peacock and especially Scott LaFaro among his influences. Stéphane Kerecki began his career with Steve Potts, then with many musicians as a sideman, including Denis Colin, Guillaume de Chassy, ​​Yaron Herman, Daniel Humair, François Jeanneau, Sheila Jordan, Steve Lehman, Ronnie Lynn Patterson, Michel Portal, Anne Paceo, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Thomas Savy, Jacky Terrasson… Since 2003, he has multiplied projects under his name, notably with Matthieu Donarier, Thomas Grimmonprez, Tony Malaby, Bojan Z, John Taylor, Emile Parisien, Fabrice Moreau, Jeanne Added. He won numerous awards: soloist prize at the Defense competition, Grand Prix of the Charles Cros Academy, "CHOC of the year" from Jazz Magazine, jazz record of the year by the daily "Liberation", FFFF Télérama, Prize of the “Académie du Jazz”, rewarding the Best Jazz Record recorded by a French Musician, and the “Victoire du jazz of the Best Record of the Year” for his record Nouvelle vague. Today he participates as co-producer and arranger of Daniel Humair's trio, co-directs the Duo Folk Songs with Thomas Enhco and publishes Out of the Silence with Marc Copland, Ralph Alessi Tore Brunborg and Fabrice Moreau.

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