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sun July 14

Ioan Streba Quartet - Tribute to Django

Ioan Streba, clarinet and direction
Hervé Pouliquen, double bass and vocals
Aurélien Robert, guitar
Ghali Hadefi, guitar

Romanian-born Ioan Streba has lived in France for over 25 years. Since then, he has accompanied the greatest artists on stage and contributed to their albums: Biréli Lagrène, Angelo Debarre, Stochelo Rosenberg, Didier Lockwood, Thomas Dutronc, ...
Currently living in Paris, he performs at all major venues and festivals, both in France and abroad, and is developing his own projects and albums.
At the Marcounet, on July 14, Ioan Streba will present his "Tribute to Django" with his Gypsy Jazz Quartet: faithful to his roots and to the great leaders with whom he has collaborated since his beginnings, Ioan continues to develop this formation as a tribute to the work of Django Reinhardt and to all Gypsy Jazz. Extracts: https: // and
What the press has to say about him: Benoît Merlin, Jazz News: "Clarinette Tout Terrain ... The Django-Goodman of the clarinet continues his travels in Gypsy Blues lands ... the blue note changing hue with each stopover ... Ioan Streba practices hot fusion" - France Musique - Jazz Bonus by Edouard Ferlet: "Gypsy, funk or bebop, the music of Ioan Streba abolishes borders" - Anne Berthod - Télérama "The Romanian clarinettist - and Parisian for many years - travels from east to west [...], between swing and Wallachian blues, gipsy samba and Charlie Parker or Thelonious Monk-style improvisation: a brassy, electric and particularly festive journey"; Figaroscope: "[...], Ioan Streba sets the stage on fire [...]. Sometimes gypsy, sometimes Latino, sprinkled with improvisations inspired by Charlie Parker, Bill Evans and Chick Corea, the clarinettist's music takes the audience on an eclectic journey.

Ioan Streba was born with music in Romania in a violinist family, in 1965. He is now living in France for more than 25 years. He is regularly performing on stage with the greatest jazz artists and recording for their albums : Biréli Lagrène, Angelo Debarre, Stochelo Rosenberg, Didier Lockwood, Thomas Dutronc, etc... He is by himself performing in the greatest places and festivals, in Europe and abroad, creating and developping his own projects and albums, as a leader, bright soloist, composer, and arranger.
Tonight performing at the Marcounet, with his Quartet for a tremendous Tribute to Django, and beyond to the Gypsy traditions

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