"Picnics Jazz and Barbara Hendricks in concert" at Château de Berne in july-august 2014
From July 06, 2014 to August 17, 2014
"Picnics Jazz and Barbara Hendricks in concert" at Château de Berne in july-august 2014 Route de Salernes 83510 Lorgues fr
Over the last twenty years, Château de Berne has promoted wine tourism. To celebrate this special event, 2014 will be full of festivities.
From 13h to 16h, picnics Jazz offer a delicious moment.
- Sunday 6 July 2014 - Cotton Candies
The festive and eccentric jazz of the Thirties and Forties. A plunge into a mesmerizing world of old costumes and instruments. A palette of many colours, marrying past and present. And what
- Sunday 20 July 2014 - Hippocampus Jass Gang & Emily Cole
A brilliant sextet reminiscent of the early 20th-century string bands, topped with the voice and presence of Emily Cole! Treats range from ragtime to swing, via Duke Ellington's jungle period.
- Sunday 3 August 2014 - Swing History
A guardian of gypsy jazz traditions, the subtle and energetic music of this guitar trio, with David Kuszowski on double bass, is sublimated by the charming and moving violin of Jean-Christophe
Gairard - one of the benchmarks of the Château's jazz picnic history.
- Sunday 17 August 2014 - The Jazzticots
The vitality and sheer joy of New Orleans jazz, with its very special, oh-so rousing musical colours and festive atmosphere perfect for open-air listening. The Jazzticots have made Classic Jazz a family
affair in the spirit of "Kitty, Daisy & Lewis", with two sisters in the orchestra – one on drums and one on the washboard. Explosive !
The concert of Barbara Hendricks
- Wednesday, 13 August 2014 21:30 - "Blues everywhere I go"
Singing of suffering, love and hope, the opera diva Barbara Hendricks finds inspiration in her roots and the story of the blues. The voice of this universally-acclaimed and appreciated singer is
enriched with sumptuous colours, smoothness and warmth in the blues repertoire. Barbara Hendricks' blues interpretations are redolent with the joy, freedom and litheness typical of all her performances. Billie, Bessie and The Duke are sung with the same love and respect as Mozart, Poulenc and Stravinsky. Barbara's artistic scope and the infinite richness of her musical expression are further magnified here by the modernity and creativity of her musicians, directed by pianist Mathias Algotsson.