Florin Niculescu Trio

Florin Niculescu © Mathieu Zazzo Hugo Lippi © Philippe-Marchin
INFO & TICKETS:
27/01/2017 at 20:00 - Brussels - Théâtre Marni
28/01/2017 at 20:30 - Gembloux - CC de Gembloux in partnership with la Maison de la Culture de Namur
29/01/2017 at 20:30 - Antwerp - De Roma

Florin Niculescu Trio
(RO/US/GB)

A TRIBUTE TO STÉPHANE GRAPPELLI
Florin Niculescu (violin), Darryl Hall (bass), Hugo Lippi (guitar).
Florin Niculescuis one of the most important musicians on the international jazz scene today. Through his multiple collaborations, he has built his present sound and highly personal musical style.

He owes this singular language to his personality, a solid classical education embellished by his gypsy experience and his passion for other jazz styles. He moved to Paris in the 1990s and since then has continued to create and develop his art. He has collaborated with French stars such as Charles Aznavour, Patrick Bruel, Roberto Alagna, Henri Salvador, Françoise Hardy, Dany Brillant.

His impeccable violin technique and phenomenal virtuosity, admired by all musicians and listeners, are never an end in themselves but are the means of expressing his musical personality. The obvious spiritual kinship with his idol Stéphane Grappelli (1908-1997) is not a restriction on his own expression but a stimulus that drives him to innovate continually.

To celebrate his 25-year career, Florin Niculescu is embarking on a European tour comprising a series of concerts, including three at the Djangofolllies.

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