Loading view. Views Navigation Event Views Navigation List List Today Select Month January February March April May June July August September October November December February 2023 February 1 @ 20 h 30 min Carte Blanche to Martin Salemi The Music Village Rue des Pierres 50 Steenstraat, Brussels THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK   Martin Salemi (piano), Manolo Cabras (bass), João Lobo (drums)   A night with beautiful and eternal melodies from the Great American Songbook. Martin Salemi on piano is playing with italian doublebass player Manolo Cabras (Enrico Rava, Jesse Van Ruller, Toots Thielemans…) and portuguese drummer João Lobo (Nate Wooley, Thomas Morgan, Marshall Allen…).   TICKET: 15€ Members – No Members  18€ 15€ – 18€ Book now February 2 @ 20 h 30 min Bluesy Mary The Music Village Rue des Pierres 50 Steenstraat, Brussels Crossroads Classical and Jazz   Marie Ghitta (viola), Julien Gillain (piano and violin), Pauline Leblond (trumpet and bugle), Fil Caporali (double bass)   “Bluesy Mary is a project at the crossroads of the classical and jazz worlds, with the particularity of using songs from the classical repertoire as a starting point. This fusion is made deep and subtle by the link between the playing of famous jazz musicians and the specificities of each classical piece. Thus, for example, Bill Evan’s playing is linked to Massenet’s “Méditation de Thaïs”, Nat King Cole’s ballads to Fauré’s “Après un rêve”. The aim is to make these two worlds accessible to everyone through sounds and themes that are part of the conscious and/or collective unconscious.”   VIDEO LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qwjm0iLJuo   TICKET: 15€ Members – No Members 18€ 15€ – 18€ Book now February 3 @ 20 h 30 min Emil Viklicki – Stéphane Mercier Quartet The Music Village Rue des Pierres 50 Steenstraat, Brussels Emil Viklicki (piano), Stéphane Mercier (alto saxophone), Boris Schmidt (double bass), Toon Van Dionant (drums)   Born in 1948 in the Czech Republic, Emil is without a doubt the great jazz pianist of his country. His immense talent has already been demonstrated in Belgium with Steve Houben. His career has crossed paths with such giants as George Mraz, Miroslav Vitous, Bill Frisell, and recently Wynton Marsalis. It was in the Jazz Station Big Band that Emil and Stéphane (leader of the big band) met. This was followed by a few concerts in Prague in 2019. The Czech pianist having worked again with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Orchestra since then, the opportunity has been given to go back to Belgium to play these works, and to take advantage of it to tour the country with a quartet. That’s what jazz is all about!   VIDEO LINK: https://youtu.be/DNXBuJCYlI4   TICKET: 18€ Members – No Members 20€ 18€ – 20€ Book now February 4 @ 20 h 30 min The Cream Colored Ponies The Music Village Rue des Pierres 50 Steenstraat, Brussels Vintage vocal swingjazz   Roel Ferny (vocals & guitar), Juno Kerstens (bass & vocals), Angel Pérez (trumpet & vocals), Jeroen Thomas (piano), Bert De […]