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Pascal Auberson

Pascal Auberson

Pascal Auberson


Pascal Auberson (* 21st April 1952 in Lausanne ) is a Swiss singer , percussionist and pianist . Pascal Auberson studied drums with Kenny Clarke in Paris and completed a classical education at the Conservatoire de Genève in Pierre Métral (drums) and Henri Chaix ( piano ). He won the first prize in the category Chanson Française at the festival in Spa . He toured many European countries as well as Africa and China . He has played at the Paris Olympia and the Théâtre de la Ville and many television broadcasts. Read more on Last.fm
Pascal Auberson (* 21st April 1952 in Lausanne ) is a Swiss singer , percussionist and pianist . Pascal Auberson studied drums with Kenny Clarke in Paris and completed a classical education at the Conservatoire de Genève in Pierre Métral (drums) and Henri Chaix ( piano ). He won the first prize in the category Chanson Française at the festival in Spa. He toured many European countries as well as Africa and China. He has played at the Paris Olympia and the Théâtre de la Ville and many television broadcasts.

He recorded more than a dozen albums for various labels, including Sonopresse and Polydor . Together with choreographer Diane Decker he drew up the pieces L'intérieur du décor , Lysis , Rire , Icare of ailes pour une nuit , L'eau de l '- il , En attendant le taureau and La longue marche. In collaboration with the choreographer Noemi Lapzeson and the dancer Marcela San-Pedro emerged Tues-tu? , Trace and 7e ciel , and the company Cie Alias ​​choreographer Guilherme Botelho , he led the pieces En manque and Moving a Perhaps. He received the Grand Prix des Variétés et de la Chanson 1990 Fondation Vaudoise pour la promotion et la création artistique . Other collaborations were with JF Bovard at Montreux Jazz Festival 1997 ( Big Bang and Dr Jekyll et M. Hyde ), with Leon Francioli and Daniel Bourquin and the BBFC ( Liberté provisoire , Big ribbon Musique , 1991 , Border Line , bassist Instinct 2 , Free Cabaret ), with Yvette Théraulaz , François Lindemann , Brigitte Meyer, Trilok Gurtu , Pierre Audetat and the dance company ADN Dialect. Read more on Last.fm.

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