• Orchestre national de jazz
    artistic direction frédéric maurin

  • SHOWS

    • 12
      MARCH
      2022
      RITUELS

      BIENNALE DE JAZZ
      CENTRE DES BORDS DE MARNE / LE PERREUX-SUR-MARNE, FRANCE

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    • 17
      MARCH
      2022
      RITUELS

      JAZZ SUR LES TERRILS
      LE COLISÉE / LENS, FRANCE

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    • 1
      APRIL
      2022
      DRACULA

      BANLIEUES BLEUES FESTIVAL
      ESPACE PAUL ÉLUARD / STAINS, FRANCE

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    • 12
      APRIL
      2022
      DRACULA

      THÉÂTRE DE SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, FRANCE

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    • 14
      MAY
      2022
      DANCING IN YOUR HEAD(S)

      ÇA JAZZE AUX PORTES BRIARDES
      TOURNAN-EN-BRIE, FRANCE

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    • 28
      MAY
      2022
      DRACULA

      OH LES BEAUX JOURS ! FESTIVAL
      LA CRIÉE / MARSEILLE, FRANCE

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    Ex Machina

    Conceived by the composer and saxophonist Steve Lehman from New York with Frédéric Maurin, in close collaboration with IRCAM, Ex Machina explores brand-new directions in music: for the first time, this programme develops the possibilities of real-time interaction between instrumentalists and machines at the heart of a jazz orchestra.



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    Dancing in Your Head(s)

    Dancing in Your Head(s) celebrates the music of the American saxophonist Ornette Coleman and artists in his galaxy – from Julius Hemphill to Eric Dolphy via Tim Berne – through an electric and explosive new reading orchestrated by Fred Pallem. A tribute to a major jazz figure that leans strongly towards groove, fun and transe!


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    Rituels

    This original material cowritten by Frédéric Maurin with Ellinoa, Sylvaine Hélary, Leïla Martial and Grégoire Letouvet extend this invitation to follow a poetic musical path around the notion of day-to-day rituals. Carried by thirteen instrumentalists and four voices, the seven pieces in this programme evoke Time as a perpetual return.


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    Dracula

    As the first show in ONJ history aimed at a young audience, Dracula takes its inspiration from the most famous vampire legend of all, becoming a hybrid creation that brings together two actresses and nine musicians. Moving between a tale, opera and musical theatre, the Orchestra unveils a new story where we put our nightmares aside while the music carries us away.


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