Festival Lille Clef de Soleil

SWINGIN’ Partout

In almost 10 years and not far from 800 performances, from Paris (Fr) to Geneva (Ch), from Maastricht (Nl) to Aachen (De) via Brussels (Be), the SWINGIN ‘Partout has forged an unbeatable The reputation of chauffeur of theaters, appealing to all ages, all genres, all cultures and all classes of an audience that is both novice and music lover, is always increasing.

Originally composed of Jérémie Levi-Samson on violin and Nicolas Lestoquoy on guitar, SWINGIN ‘Partout is quickly apparent in his composition a double bass now held by Giovanni Colletti and the percussion of Nicolas Peyronnet. The richness of the training then lies in the diversity of influences; Classical-Jazz for Jérémie, Classic-Rock for Nicolas L., Classical-Afro-Cuban for Nicolas P. and Jazz-Swing-Hard Bop for Giovanni but all are perfectly in love with the so-called European Swing and more particularly that of Django.

The quartet is a two-time finalist in the international ensemble music competition in Paris and won a first prize at the Multijazz Festival in Oignies or a second prize at the Jazz springboard in Vannes. He is also the guest of many festivals and many international encounters in France, Belgium and Switzerland (Festival Clef de Soleil with Francis Perrin, Django Festival in Liberchies with Raphael Fays, David Reinhardt and Christian Escoudé, Jazz in Tourcoing with Jean Jacques Milteau, Jazz in Laon with Thomas Dutronc, the Huma Festival, the World Puppet Festival of Charleville, the Orchestrades of Brives …) and records for France 3, Radio France – France Musics -, Radio Campus , France Blue North ….

The SWINGIN ‘Partout has quickly forged an energetic and moving repertoire, where rhythms and melodies emphasize sometimes the sensitivity, sometimes the virtuosity of the four performers … often both ….

In this eclecticism is born a complicity that makes every concert a unique moment with the consent of the public who is happy to find a varied repertoire and constantly expanding mixing a host of original compositions to standards, re-arranged occasions or traditional tunes .

After the collaboration with INTER-LUDE Music, the SWINGIN ‘signs a first eponymous album recorded at the studio Feeling Music, a second album, “Good Swing Good Genre” released in 2010 is a great success and allows them to embark on a new adventure : “Michto”.


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