He rapidly recorded two albums under his name: “Escale” and “Zazimut” featuring key artists of the new European jazz generation: Médéric Collignon, Christophe Monniot, Simon Spang-Hanssen, Claus Stotter, François Verly, Gary Brunton,… IIn 2000, he met the bassist Jean-Philippe Viret with whom he recorded three albums in 6 years (“Considérations”, “Étant Donnés” and “L’Indicible”), as well as a DVD and a CD distributed exclusively in Japan. In a few years, this trio, under the label Sketch, was nominated for the Django d'or, les Victoires de la Musique (French Grammy Awards) and obtained great critiques in the media. At the same time, he continued to play with singers from various backgrounds: Mark Murphy in Jazz, Manda Djin in Gospel, Geoffrey Oryema in World Music and Lambert Wilson in the cabaret. He successfully conducted the musical direction for Julia Migenes' show “Alter Ego”. This allowed him to tour all over the world: China, Canada, Germany, Spain, France.
He received praise for his sensitivity and his artistic commitment during musical interludes. In 2006, he created his own Jazz label, Melisse, which supports Édouard’s and other innovative jazzmen's works who share the same musical vision. His new album, “L’Écharpe d’Iris”, out in October 2007, promises to reveal a new aspect of his inventiveness in an explosive quartet. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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