Tuesday 3rd June 2014
£10.00 - £10.00
Top Swiss Piano player will host the Late Late show tonight featuring Marco Muller on Bass and Pedro Segundon on Drums.
“We haven't had anything like this in New York for over twenty years". Wynton Marsalis
The Ronnie Scott's Late Late Show!
MONDAY - THURSDAY 11pm-3am
FRIDAY - SATURDAY 1am-3am
ENTRY ON THE DOOR OR PREBOOKING AVAILABLE MONDAY TO THURSDAY.
£10 Entry, £5 Students (with ID), FREE entry to MU, Club members and main show ticket holders
MARC PERRENOUD BIOGRAPHY
" Hailed as « remarkable » by Jazzman (France), « always masterful » and « an author of compositions with a capital C » by All About Jazz, « an outstanding talent » by Le Temps (Switzerland) Marc Perrenoud, 30 year old Swiss pianist and composer, is most certainly one of the finest musicians of his generation. Along with the other members in his trio - Cyril Regamey on drums, and Marco Muller on the double bass, he explores the standard jazz repertoire in an impressively new and truly original manner. The trio’s repertoire equally includes Marc’s own compositions. Their second album « Two Lost Churches » will be released this coming March. France’s Culture Jazz Maga! zine noted his music as « harmonically complex », « subtle », « mastering fine composing technique » and « it’s all there ». Along with outstanding fantasy in his melodies, he possesses a destructive force - a tangible lyric intensity, which makes Marc Perrenoud a master in all that defies convention. . "
Marc Perrenoud.was born in 1981 in Geneva. He starts piano at the age of 6, in Zurich. He studies at the Conservatoire de Geneve up until 2001 and obtains his diploma in 2005 at the Ecole de jazz de Lausanne.
As soon as 2001, he plays in numerous jazz bands all across Switzerland, France and Germany and partakes in festivals held in Montreux jazz, Estival Jazz Lugano, Bern International Jazz, Onze +, Contrebande Jazz, Sunside (Paris), la Défense (Paris), Praha International Piano Fest (CZ), Budapest (HU) Cairo Opera House, Buenos Aires, Rosario (ARG), Montevideo (UY), Santiago Chile (CHI) Madajazzcar Int. Fest (MG), Damas int. Fest. Jazz no Jazz Int. Fest Zurich. Berlin, the Allen room at Lincoln center, New-York (U.S.A)
Concomitantly, he wins several contests such as the "Montreux jazz Chrysler Award" in 2003, the Friedlwald grant, Zurich, in 2005 aswell as the award for best soloist at the International Bern Festival in 2006. In 2010 he wins with marc Perrenoud trio the ZKB Jazz contest in Zurich. He played with many musicians like : Mina Agossi, Baenz Oester, Cyril Regamey, ,Grégoire Maret, Marco Muller, Pierre Audétat, Sylvain Ghio, Guillaume Perret etc...
In 2006, he proposes Stream Out, in a duo with the French drummer Sylvain Ghio. (*** jazzman FR, **** all about jazz, US, disque de la semaine, Piano Bleu)
In 2007, he wins the Patino grand in collaboration with the International City of Art, Paris. Marc Perrenoud is member of the famous band Piano Seven
In 2008 he proposes his first trio CD called “logo”. ( **** jazzthing **** jazzzeit **** jazzman etc...) best jazz selling in Switzerland. The “logo” tour 08-09 where more than 50 concerts in 10 countries in Europe, America and Africa. He starts 2012 with a new trio CD, Two Lost Churches by Challenge int. Records/ double moon.
Tell us what you think of Marc Perrenoud Trio presented by Alex Garnett below..