COLUNIA (France) Émilie Chevillard – chromatic harp Florian Chaigne – percussion Gweltaz Hervé – soprano, alto and bariton saxophone Emeric Chevalier – double bass The music of Colunia is a blend of traditional and classical
Émilie Chevillard – chromatic harp
Florian Chaigne – percussion
Gweltaz Hervé – soprano, alto and bariton saxophone
Emeric Chevalier – double bass
The music of Colunia is a blend of traditional and classical music from different cultures and
jazz. The centrepiece of the ensemble's compositions is a unique instrument, a chromatic harp
that creates limitless possibilities for experimentation and enriching the sound. Colunia takes
the listener to the limits of modern jazz with versatile influences, allowing finding familiar
colours from more sophisticated music. Colunia performs at Võru Jazz Club WALK on 26
September and in Pärnu Endla Jazz Club on 28 September.
Kristjan Rudanovski – violin
Jaanis Kill – guitar
Robert Nõmmann – double bass
Masterly and detailed, emotional and spirited group will make an impression on anyone who
has had the pleasure of hearing them play. Titoks is made up of three friends, young, but
already quite experienced musicians who, thanks to years of playing together, have achieved
the perfect harmony both in minds and in the world of sounds.
The trio will play the finest songs of Django Reinhardt, unforgettable melodies of Raimond
Valgre, and the most beautiful compositions of the classical worlds, all of which, of course,
bearing in mind the gypsy-jazz. The improvisational dialogue and virtuosity of Titoks make
the listener feel emotions that are difficult to forget.
Titoks performs at Valga jazz club WALK on 26 September and in Pärnu Endla Jazz Club 28
The first concert starts at 9.30 p.m. and the second at 10.30 p.m., starting from 9 p.m. a café is
opened to welcome you. You can book places and tables for the café, for additional
information, email email@example.com.
Entrance is free of charge for everyone.
EST-FRA Jazz Fest
The French-Estonian jazz festival EST-FRA Jazz Fest will be held in Estonia for the first time
this September. The festival brings together two cultures and five distinctive ensembles to
create a cross-cultural jazz fusion. The festival takes place on September 26-28 in Estonian
cities, it connects the music and tastes of France and Estonia and celebrates the beginning of a
new collaboration with Nantes Jazz Action. The concerts will be held in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu,
Valga, and Võru.
Three unique French jazz ensembles will be performing at EST-FRA Jazz Fest: David
Chevallier Trio, Colunia, and Le CoON. The French ensembles will be joined on stage by the
acclaimed Bad Habits Trio and talented young gypsy-jazz trio Titoks from Estonia.
The first volume of EST-FRA Jazz Fest took place in March 2018 in the city of Nantes,
France, where Kadri Voorand Trio, Peedu Kass Momentum, and Jaak Sooäär & Aleksei
Kruglov 4tet performed alongside local French artists. On September 26-28, the follow-up
festival will be held in Estonia: three ensembles from Nantes will be warmly welcomed to
Estonia to perform and run workshops in various cities.
26 September at Valga jazz club WALK: Le CoOn (FRA) and Titoks (EST)
26 September at Võru Jazz Club: Colunia (FRA) and Bad Habits Trio (EST)
27 September at Tartu Erinevate Tubade Klubi: David Chevallier Trio (FRA) and Bad Habits
28 September at Pärnu Endla Jazz Club: Colunia (FRA) and Titoks (EST)
28 September at Tallinn jazz club NO99: David Chevallier Trio (FRA) and Le CoOn (FRA),
food festival: tastes of France and Estonia.