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The Cookers invite Chico Freeman

With Billy Hart, Brian Lynch, Donald Brown, Cecil McBee, Eddie Henderson, George Cables...

Midnight Club 0.00 a.m. | Free admission

Chico Freeman 4tet featuring Antonio Farao, Heiri Känzig, Michael Baker

JazzMix DJ set 0.00 a.m. - 1.00 a.m. | Concert at 1.00 a.m. Free admission

Cabaret Contemporain feat. Isabel Sörling and Linda Olah - Tribute to Moondog & new tracks” [new]

Friday 10th July

Blues evening

Roman Theatre 8.30 p.m. | Full tariff: €36
Jean-Jacques Milteau & Eric Bibb

Greg Zlap - Air

Midnight Club 0.00 a.m. | Free admission

French Blues All stars - Also at the Roman Theatre at 8.00 p.m. - Discovery set

JazzMix DJ set 0.00 a.m. - 1.00 a.m. | Concert at 1.00 a.m. Free admission

Florian Pellissier Quintet / COTONETE Tribute to “The Sun Label” [creation]

Saturday 11th July

"All Night Jazz" evening

Roman Theatre 8.30 p.m. | Full tariff: €36

Snarky Puppy

Roy Hargrove and The RH Factor
Ester Rada

Jean-Pierre Bertrand Boogie System

Uptake - Jazz à Vienne 2014 RéZZo FOCAL prize winner - Discovery set at 8.00 p.m.

Three musicians, three styles to be discovered.

They are tomorrow's jazz. Our three musicians-in-residence play on several stages and bring the new generation with them.
Cyrille Aimée
Thomas Enhco
Cory Henry
The Roman Theatre

A whole range of jazz styles

The Roman Theatre, the main stage of the festival, welcomes all the jazz stars for 16 memorable evenings.
It dedicates the first weekend to New Orleans, the cradle of jazz, for an unforgettable time at the source of jazz with emblematic musicians such as Allen Toussaint, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra.

The festival’s great and traditional thematic evenings highlight all jazz tendencies and welcome world music. After a special weekend dedicated to New Orleans, we propose an African evening with Salif Keita, Cheik Tidiane Seck and Amadou Bagayoko, a Gospel evening with The Golden Gate Quartet and Naomi Shelton, a Blues evening where the harmonica will come to the fore with Jean-Jacques Milteau, Eric Bibb and Greg Zlap, a Funk evening with The Family Stone and Maceo Parker and finally a French Touch evening and an All Night Jazz to close the festival with a flourish.

The stars will be at the Roman Theatre with Marcus Miller who will present a world creation grouping musicians from Africa and the National Orchestra of Lyon. Three Latin American magicians Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso and Chucho Valdés, meet up in Vienne for an anthological evening. Jazz legends such as Benny Golson, Chico Freeman, Avishai Cohen and George Benson are present… The programme also includes great musicians who, like Sting, acknowledge jazz as the source of their inspiration.

And we should not forget tomorrow's stars who represent the future of jazz. Led by three young musicians-in-residence, French-Dominican singer Cyrille Aimée, French pianist Thomas Enhco and American keyboard player Cory Henry, the new jazz generation is fully represented once again.

From legends to young musicians, world music to French jazz, the Roman Theatre programme is intended to be qualitative, magic and eclectic. For the 35th edition of Jazz à Vienne, once more you will enjoy intense and unforgettable moments.

We wish you an excellent 35th edition.

Tuesday 23rd June
» Pharrell Williams
» Mr Day
Saturday 27 th June

• Week-end Nouvelle-Orléans #2

» Dee Dee Bridgewater & The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

» Lillian Boutté & Satchmo Gumbo

Sunday 28th June

• Week-end Nouvelle-Orléans #3

» Allen Toussaint

» Davell Crawford : To Fats with Love

Monday 29th June

» Natacha Atlas featuring Ibrahim Maalouf

» Dhafer Youssef Birds Requiem
Tuesday 30th June

» Marcus Miller with the National Orchestra of Lyon conducted by Damon Gupton

“Afrodeezia Tour”
Wednesday 1st July

• Funk

» The Family Stone

» Maceo Parker

» Malted Milk & Toni Green
Thursday 2nd July

» Melody Gardot

» Tigran – Mockroot

» Cyrille Aimée (SD)

Friday 3rd June

» Caetano & Gil Two Friends - One century of Music

» Chucho Valdés “Tribute to Irakere”

» Stéphane Kerecki “nouvelle vague” ADAMI (SD)

Saturday 4th July

• Afrique

» Les Ambassadeurs feat. Salif Keita, Cheick Tidiane Seck et Amadou Bagayoko

» Orchestra Baobab

Sunday 5th July

• Gospel

» The Golden Gate Quartet 80 years

» Naomi Shelton

Monday 6th July

• French Touch

» Philip Catherine / Richard Galliano / Didier Lockwood Trio

» Gil Evans Paris Workshop Direction Laurent Cugny

» Thomas Enhco - Feathers
Tueday 7th July

» George Benson - Tribute to Nat King Cole

» Avishai Cohen's New York Division
Wedesday 8th

» Sting

» Laurent Coulondre Trio ADAMI
Thuready 9th July

• Jazz Legends

» The Messenger Legacy invites Benny Golson

The Cookers invite Chico Freeman

Avec Billy Hart, Brian Lynch, Donald Brown, Cecil McBee, Eddie Henderson, George Cables...
Friday 10th July

• Blues

» Jean-Jacques Milteau & Eric Bibb

» Greg Zlap – Air

» French Blues All Stars (SD)
Saturday 11th July

All Night Jazz

» Ayo

» Snarky Puppy

» Roy Hargrove and The RH Factor

» Ester Rada

» Jean-Pierre Bertrand Boogie System

» Uptake (SD)

Midnight Club

“Jazz from here and abroad”

An inescapable festival stage, the Midnight Club presents all of today’s jazz whilst combining discovery with listening in an intimate atmosphere.

For 35 years the festival’s programme has been based on some mainstays that can be found in the artistic project of the Midnight Club: discoveries, encounters and mixed musical styles. This stage presents artists of the new jazz generation who proclaim themselves as fully in tune with their time, but whose references are deeply rooted in their heritage, a proof of true authenticity. Whilst they are proud of their references and look towards the future, they aim at innovating today's music with all the richness that they carry, convinced that they are contributing to tomorrow's music. To present all the richness of this music, this new programme is more than ever an invitation to travel the length and breadth of the world. This journey starts in the United States, the cradle of jazz, with the new sensation from Louisiana, cello player Leyla McCalla who replays the great classics of Haitian music. Taj Mahal's favourite delicately incorporates these standards in folk and blues. A true saxophone legend, Von Freeman's son, Chico Freeman, presents his new international quartet in a pure hard bop and groove spirit.

Groove will also be present through a novel meeting between three generations of organists: Rhoda Scott, queen of the Hammond organ, Cory Henry, Snarky Puppy's pianist, and Matthew Whitaker, the very young winner of the Apollo Amateur Nights. Also a winner of this prize, French-Dominican Cyrille Aimée is considered as the new great voice of jazz.

Our journey will then take us to Africa with Julia Sarr's voice that carries us away in the bubbles of a swaying and graceful Afro jazz, then to the Middle-East with the Egyptian oud player Mohamed Abozekry accompanied by his Heejaz band from Lyon. This prodigy’s music tells of both the East and West, with improvisations and Latin sonorities.

Between jazz and Latin music, cello players Ana Carla Maza and Vincent Segal, who play in a duo, impress by their ability to mix instrumental virtuosity and melodic richness. Sensitivity and musical richness are at the heart of this duet's compositions.

After two award-winning albums that were acclaimed by the critics, the GoGo Penguin are considered as the rising stars of the English scene. The jazz tinged with pop accents now has a new ambassador.

Our world tour ends in the company of the Laurent Coulondre Trio (ADAMI talent and Spedidam generation) and the best French blues musicians with the French Blues All Stars. We wish you a pleasant journey.
The programme
Saturday 27 June

Leyla McCalla

Tuesday 30th June

Laurent Coulondre Trio

Wednesday 1st July

Mohamed Abozekry

Thursday 2nd July

Cyrille Aimée

Friday 3rd June

Rhoda Scott / Cory Henry / Matthew Whitaker [Création]

Saturday 4th July

Julia Sarr Trio

Tueday 7th July

GoGo Penguin

Wedesday 8th

Ana Carla Maza & Vincent Ségal

Thuready 9th July

Chico Freeman 4tet “Spoken Into Existence” Nouvel album

Featuring : Antonio Farao, Heiri Känzig, Michael Baker
Friday 10th July

French Blues All stars


“From Bebop to Laptop”

For 8 years we have proposed concerts off the beaten track, special projects, novel encounters, previews and even "work in progress".

What a pleasure to meet again in the unique context of the Jazz Mix to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the festival! One must be aware that artists endanger themselves when unveiling other facets of their personality and that the Jazz Mix is a kind of laboratory where anything is possible. This year we will continue to explore our main theme inspired by Quincy Jones' spirit and career “From Bebop to Laptop”.

During these 10 days we will have the opportunity of welcoming two genuine legends of the history of jazz and related music. Joe Bataan, founder of the salsoul style in the 70's, a perfect mix of salsa and soul from NYC and Mister Bernard “Pretty” Purdie, the legendary drummer (over 3,000 recordings to his name!) of Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong and James Brown! A draft outline of the new project of Yvinek, the former ONJ director, who proposes a novel collaboration between Artaud and Erik Truffaz, will also be presented. The samba diva from the Brazilian Nordeste, Fabiana Cozza, has accepted to enlighten a roda, a kind of communion where tables and chairs are used to incorporate percussion. This year, Africa will be very present with Aziz Samahoui's gnawa trance, a tribute to the South-African label "The Sun" sponsored by Abdullah Ibrahim during the apartheid and the Vaudou Game from Lyon who will evoke the Yoruba deities. The Contemporay Cabaret that "plays electronic music on acoustic instruments" and Cuban pianist Alfredo Rodriguez who accepts to do a live performance with a painter prove to us that our jazzmen's creativity and curiosity are inexhaustible! We wish you a happy festival.
The Programm
Saturday 27 June

Joe Bataan meets Setenta [Inédit]

Tuesday 30th June

Aziz Sahmaoui & University of Gnawa + Special guest Harold Lopez Nussa [Inédit]

Wednesday 1st July

Bernard Purdie Vs Under Kontrol & Soweto Kinch [Inédit]

Thursday 2nd July

Oddisee Live band

Friday 3rd June

Roda de Samba avec Fabiana Cozza [Inédit]

Saturday 4th July

Vaudou Game

Tueday 7th July

Alfredo Rodriguez présente “Synesthesia” feat. Vincent Corpet [Inédit]

Wedesday 8th

Yvinek présente “Space is the Place” feat. Artaud & special guest Erik Truffaz [Création]

Thuready 9th July

“Cabaret Contemporain feat. Isabel Sörling et Linda Olah - Hommage à Moondog & new tracks” [Inédit]

Friday 10th July

Florian Pellissier Quintet / COTONETE Tribute to “The Sun Label” [Création]

Cybèle’s gardens

“Today's and tomorrow's jazz…”

An inescapable place, Cybèle is at the heart of the festival.

Every day at 12.30 p.m., come and meet today's jazz and the new generation, the regional and national scene, musicians from the jazz Academy, music schools and conservatories, international university big bands and the winners of the RéZZo FOCAL Jazz à Vienne springboard.

Discover all the richness of the Rhône-Alpes scene with Trio Barolo, EYM trio, saxophonists Romain Cuoq and Michael Cherret, singers Anne Silla, Celia Kameni and Elsi Etna and also Jean Kapsa on solo piano. The Cybèle stage will offer a great day based on swing with the Glossy Sisters' vocal trio, Trio Tekke from Cyprus and Mood from the Ardèche. The Jazz à Vienne festival has always proposed thematic evenings with jazz related music. Cybèle’s gardens are no exception to the rule. Its programme echoes the Roman Theatre stage and will feature Sax Machine's funk-hip-hop, Vaudou Game's Afro Funk, Ezza's Tuareg blues rock, and Garrafa's Brazilian inspirations. The programme of this 35th edition will also include the Academy's contributors with the Abigoba band that invites Sabine Kouli, Enzo Carniel's new project with “House of Echo” and Guillaume Naturel's 4tet with Anne Paceo. Besides the best regional big bands, the world's best big bands will also be in Vienne this summer with the presence of the Stanford Jazz Orchestra with guest artist Jon Faddis. Cybèle's aim is to discover new talents such as Canadian bass player Carl Lacroix, Swiss pianist Colin Vallon and the 15-year-old pianist A Bu. Since dance and jazz have always got on well with each other, festival goers will be able to learn the ropes of lindy hop on the Kiosk stage on Sundays during the festival. After the success of the past two editions, the programme will once again include a show for young audiences at noon with Le Migou & Steve Waring and the “Nanan” show. Just pass through or stop by or sit down… There is always something going on in the Cybèle’s gardens from morning to evening!

Rézzo Focal Jazz à Vienne

National jazz springboard

For its 11th edition, the Jazz à Vienne festival wishes to open up its programme to the emerging French jazz scene. The aim is to support and highlight the new generation.

RéZZo FOCAL Jazz à Vienne was born further to Jazz à Vienne's will to bring new jazz talents to the forefront. For the selected groups, this national springboard is a genuine opportunity to play in professional scenic conditions in front of an informed and large audience.

The winner of RéZZo FOCAL Jazz à Vienne can record an album on a famous label (Jazz Village - Harmonia Mundi), receive support for its distribution, in addition to one year’s artistic and promotional accompaniment.

National jazz actors, our partners (clubs, festivals, associations...) help to unearth the new regional jazz scene. FOCAL, a manufacturer of upmarket loud and acoustic speakers, offers the winner a studio recording. Max Pinto 4tet, Jérémy Ternoy trio, Paradox, Oxyd, Céline Bonacina trio, Sidony Box, Trio Enchant(i)er, Impérial Quartet WaterBabies and Uptake have been winners since 2004. For festival goers, it is also the opportunity to discover and preview the artists who will influence tomorrow's jazz!


The prize winner is awarded with:

• one year’s artistic accompaniment

• recording an album (studio, mix and mastering at the Flon Studio in Lausanne)

• the album signed on “Jazz Village” / Harmonia Mundi

• a concert in a Paris club when the album is released

• a programme in several theatres and festivals* (Peristyle of the Lyon Opera, Rhino Jazz(s) festival, Nancy Jazz Pulsations, A Vaulx Jazz, Orléans Jazz) and at the Roman Theatre for the 2016 edition of the Jazz à Vienne festival

“Jazz à Vienne 2015 RéZZo FOCAL Prize-winner” label.

* Subject to confirmation
The jury

• Rhoda Scott (jury president): musician

• Pascal Anquetil: journalist, member of the Jazz Academy

• Pierre-Henri Ardonceau: journalist at the Jazz Magazine Jazzman, member of the Jazz Academy

• Gérard Chrétien: general manager at FOCAL

• Pascal Bussy: artistic director in charge of jazz and world music / Harmonia Mundi

• Jean-Claude Rochat: administrator and artistic director at Chorus, co-founder of the EJMA foundation

Visit our RéZZo FOCAL Jazz à Vienne Facebook page


Back to the villages

In the tradition of Caravan’Jazz concerts, a festive show is programmed in the municipalities of the Vienne agglomeration.

During its journey Caravan’Jazz stops in several municipalities to favour encounters between professional and amateur musicians, without forgetting to carry the festive mood of the festival with the Caravan. Each evening is unique with a high quality programme that will allow the audience to discover new talents.
The Buttshakers
Meeting times and places

Friday 3rd July

Chasse-sur-Rhône, town hall square

Saturday 4th July

Côtes-d’Arey, main square

Monday 6th July

Estrablin stadium

Tuesday 7th July

Chuzelles, school courtyard

Wednesday 8th July

Eyzin-Pinet main square

Thursday 9th July

Eyzin-Pinet main square
In collaboration with the Vienne MJC

Contact: Jazz à Vienne +33 (0) 4 74 78 87 87

Jazz Parade
Parades through the streets of Vienne
Once again this year, marching bands will gather to entertain the festival audience in Vienne. Festival goers will stroll through the streets while serenaded by the sounds of musical parades.

Wednesday 1stJuly 6.45 p.m.
Gangbé Brass Band from Benin

Saturday 4h July, 11.00 a.m. and 6.45 p.m.
La Timba Del Mundo

Wednesday 8thJuly 6.45 p.m.

Saturday 11th July, 11.00 a.m. and 6.45 p.m.

The historical Roman museum of Saint-Romain-en-Gal - Vienne will open the museum’s doors to Jazz à Vienne for four different events to be discovered and savoured in this historical festival location.
Denis Cuniot solo

Thursday 2nd July at 4.00 p.m. - Within the framework of Lettres sur cour (Letters in courtyards)
Thomas Enhco solo

Friday 3rd July at 4.00 p.m.
Laura Perrudin

Saturday 4th July – 4.00 p.m.
Greek brunch

Sunday 5th July at à noon

Greek musical brunch with a concert by Trio Tekke, and a meal prepared by Pitakia with an introductory dance course.

Meal prepared by Pitakia, France's 1st Greek food truck


Main course, dessert, one drink: €12 (€9 under 12)

Starter, main course, dessert: €13 (€10 under 12)

Starter, main course, dessert, one drink: €14 (€11 under 12)

Reservation required: +33 (0) 6 61 41 99 60 / /

with support from the Département du Rhône

Alternative location in case of rain / Several shady areas

Saint-Romain-en-Gal museum - Vienne RD 502 - 69560 Saint-Romain-en-Gal

Tel: 33 (0) 4 74 53 74 01 –

Courses and workshops from July 3rd to July 11th

Once again, the summer Académie of Jazz à Vienne will open for its 22th edition.

Professors, musicians, professionals and students gather together to share their passion for jazz music through workshops.
Cinema #6

Drama, thrillers, silent movies, cine-concert and comics-concert


Tuesday 2nd June at 8.00 p.m.

Film directed by Damien Chazelle

Projection followed by an encounter with Jean-Paul Boutellier
Play Misty for Me”

Tuesday 9th June at 8.00 p.m.

Film directed by Clint Eastwood in 1971 (re-released on 11th February 2015)

Projection followed by an encounter with Jean-Paul Boutellier
"Charlot Festival" cine concert by Stéphane Vettraino

Tuesday 16th June at 8.00 p.m.

Projection of three short films: The Immigrant, Easy Street and The Rink

Cine-concert with Stéphane Vettraino on solo piano
O'boys” comics-concert by Steve Cuzor and Olivier Gotti

Friday 10th July at 6.00 p.m.

Adapted from Steve Cuzor and Philippe Thirault's O'boys comic strip published by Dargaud, with original music played by Olivier Gotti on stage.

In partnership with Bulles de Vienne

Association CinéClap - Cinéma Les Amphis - 8, rue Rochebrun - 38200 Vienne - France - Tel. +33 (0) 4 74 53 23 65 - - Same tariffs as usual (unless otherwise stipulated)

Letters in courtyards
Invitation to Author Readings… in Swiss
2015 will be dedicated to Swiss literature. Discover its authors and enjoy numerous readings accompanied by saxophonist Eduardo Kohan.
For 20 years now, Lettre sur cour offers the Vienne audience a chance to listen to authors read and discuss an excerpt from their published works. Writers from around the world will live according to the Jazz à Vienne rhythm for several days. They open their books to read some parts to the public, while musicians play jazz music. Midday literary buffets are a truly special occasion where the public has the chance to meet the authors.

The programme

Thursday 2nd July - Saint-Romain-en-Gal - Vienne archaeological museum

4.00 p.m. - Denis Cuniot, pianist and storyteller, reads texts written by Charles-Albert Cingria, a famous writer who said he stemmed from the "earthly paradise".

Friday 3rd July – Carmes courtyard

Noon - literary buffet with Marion Graf, director of the Revue de Belles-Lettres magazine and Marlyse Pietri, founder of Zoé editions. They will review the magazine and editions through a few authors.

5.00 p.m. - Reading/encounter with three poets and novelists: Olivier Beetschen, Laurent Cennamo, Alberto Nessi.
Saturday 4th July - Saint-Louis school courtyard

Philippe Jaccottet

Noon - literary buffet with his translators Arina Kouznetsova and John Taylor.

5.00 p.m. - Reading of Philippe Jaccottet's texts by Jean-Pierre Lanarès and Annie-Claude Sauton.

Lucioles bookshop- 13, place du Palais - Vienne

3.00 p.m. - José-Flore Tappy, poet and editor of the entire literary works in the Pléiade edition.

Sunday 5th July – Ponsard College’s courtyard

Noon - literary buffet: Robert Walser by Marion Graf, reading by Jean-Pierre Lanarès

5.00 p.m. - Reading/encounter: novel and short story writers Noëlle Revaz and Jens Steiner
Monday 6th July - Cybèle's stage

4.00 p.m. - Gentle Marvel trio: Michel Bastet (piano), Claude Jordan, (flutes), Claude Tabarini, (drums and texts). “Enveloppes, écrits sur le jazz”

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