Noé Clerc Trio
Noé Clerc, accordion
Born in 1996, Noé Clerc is a multifaceted accordionist. He trained at the Paris Conservatoire, studying classical and contemporary music, then jazz and improvised music. He performs and records albums with very different groups in France as well as abroad: in jazz and world music groups; with the Franco-Serbian ensemble Undectet Band and Magic Malik; with the Israeli oud player Habib Shehadeh Hanna in his project Our Story, which mixes jazz and Arabic music; and with the Balkan music ensemble Kosmopolitevich Orchestar. Invited by the organisation Kalasetu, he collaborated in India with tabla player Zaheen Khan and singer Ujwal Nagar. He works in parallel with classical orchestras and chamber music ensembles, such as the Opéra national de Lorraine, the Symphonie de Poche and the Orchestre régional de Normandie. He also accompanied the actor Antonio Interlandi’s Pasolini en forme de Rose. Passionate and curious, he is always seeking out new musical adventures.
Clément Daldosso,double bass
Even if Clément Dalosso only discovered his passion for the double bass in adolescence, he knew from his earliest childhood that he would devote his life to music, and jazz in particular. At home, the records of Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, Thelonius Monk and many others fascinated him. After trying his hand at drums and electric bass at school in Marciac, he played his first notes on a double bass at the age of fifteen. He quickly flourished on the instrument and developed rhythmic and melodic qualities which enabled him to play with many musicians very early. At the age of twenty, he moved to Paris to study at the Conservatoire and quickly became a key bass player on the local scene. Shortly after his arrival he could be found alongside famous artists such as André Ceccarelli, Jean-Michel Pilc, Enrico Pieranunzi, Alain Jean-Marie and many others, as well as with a good number of emerging artists (Noé Huchard, Etienne Manchon, Zoot collectif, Noé Clerc, etc).
Elie Martin-Charrière, percussion drums
Elie Martin-Charrière grew up in a family of musicians. His father, a jazz double bassist, and his mother, a pianist, gave him a taste for this art from an early age. He began his musical career with his father's MMC Trio. In 2017, he obtained a master's degree from the Paris Conservatoire with honours from the jury. Following this, he was part of the creation of numerous groups, including pianist Noé Huchard’s trio (their album Song For was released in 2020), saxophonist Pierrick Pédron's group (the album Unknown, released in 2017), bassist Thomas Bramerie’s trio (the album Side Stories, released in 2018), as well as trombonist Robinson Khoury’s group (the album Frame of Mind, released in 2019). Full of ideas and compositions, he created the group H! with double bassist Etienne Renard, with whom he produced an album (Live @ Crescent Jazz Club, released in 2019) and has organised numerous concerts in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté with the support of the Centre régional du Jazz.