And … JAZZAHEAD 2019!

from April 25th to 28th

This month comes loaded with meetings, first the BJM at Ghent and then, we take a train to Bremen for JazzAhead 2019 in collaboration with Art Lines Prod!

We will be glad to see you at 6D01stand, there you can find information about our most jazz bands but also those who wander between the lines

Please, check the links and discover more about this amazing bands

Gansan The African Way of Life (Art Lines Prod)
Thomas Champagne Random House featuring Adam O’Farrill
Orchestre du Belgistan


contact: Uxía Domínguez Rey ( or + 32 497 29 17 80)


Gansan The African Way of Life, L’Orchestre du Belgistan, Thomas Champagne Random House feat. Adam O’Farrill or Griboujazz will be represented at the Belgium Jazz Meeting!

Grégoire Tirtiaux and Thomas Champagne will be there and you can talk directly to them about their projects.

On the 6th of April, NU: BE asbl will be at table n ° 6 and you will be able to find Thomas Champagne at table n ° 15.

Do not hesitate to come, we will be delighted to introduce all our bands!

Uxía Domínguez Rey will be at the Belgium Jazz Meeting from 5th to 6th April.

You can always contact her to talk about these wonderful projects!
+32 497 29 17 80

About… Belgium Jazz Meeting

GribouJazz, Sunday 04 March – Rideau Rouge

GribouJazz is…
Thomas Champagne – saxophone
Guillaume Vierset – guitare
Nicholas Yates – contrebasse
Fabio Zamagni – batterie

Renato Baccarat – illustration et animation
Christophe Vanderborght – illustration et animation

Rideau Rouge
70 Route de Renipont
1380 Lasne

(3/8 years)

GribouJazz has taken a big challenge : Giving the taste of jazz to the youngest through a concert mixing live music, video animation and commentary,  in a fun way!

Thus, the roots of this musical genre are told by associating its own technical terms with colorful and attractive characters: the double bass with legs is walking (walking bass), the battery-spider balances its swing, while the melody and harmony, respectively represented by a volatile saxophone and a brush complete this animated fresco.

All while leaving always the last word to the music.

The approach is based on the triple correspondence between key concept, image and music, which combine gradually, before deploying the magical springs of improvisation and groove, from old style to free jazz.

This show will be an opportunity for children to discover jazz and its ancestral roots.