The Québec Jazz in June event offers, until July 5, jazz in all its forms with 80 indoor and outdoor concerts. Here are five concerts to see in Quebec during this fourth edition.
In full swing, the young group made up of Jérémie Carrier, Olivier Madore-Millette and Simon Beauséjour Boudreault will deploy their contemporary jazz, which is inspired by bebop, funk and classical music.
Saxophonist Janis Steprans and nine musicians offer a tribute to Vic Vogel, with new arrangements written by the pianist who died in 2019.
A key figure in contemporary jazz, the Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen, who revolutionized this musical style in 2005 with his album The Ground, will perform for the first time in the Old Capital.
The Trio David Parker will animate the Passage Olympia with two performances in this ephemeral public square located on rue Saint-Jean.
The virtuoso guitarist Al Di Meola shows up at the Palais Montcalm, with two percussionists, on an acoustic tour.
► The detailed and complete program of the Festival Québec Jazz in June is online at jazzenjuin.ca.