Direction artistique: Artistic direction : Gast Waltzing, David Laborier
Effectif: Number : 18 (variable)
Country : Luxembourg
Place : Europe

Saxophones :
Pierre Cocq-Amman (F/L), Kristina Brodersen (D): alto saxophone
David Ascani (L), Jérôme Locatelli (F/L) : tenor saxophone
François Breger (L) : baritone saxophone

Trumpets :
Antoine Colin (B), Koen Smits (NL), Marc Huynen (NL), Alexandre Plumacker (NL)

Trombones :
Serguei Khmielevskoi (L), Claude Origer (L), Nick Engel (L): tenor trombone
Manu Stoffels (L): bass trombone

Rhythm section :
David Laborier (L) : guitar
Julia Belova (L) : piano
Max Serra (L) : double bass / electric bass
Niels Engel (L): drums

Leader :
Gast Waltzing (L)

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Artistic Direction :
Gast Waltzing / David Laborier

Booking :
Benvinda Neves
+352 621 16 66 65

15, rue Demy Schlechter
L-2521 Luxembourg

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Founded in 2005 and run by Grammy Awards recipients (for their collaboration with Angélique Kidjo on her ‘Sings’ album with the Orchestre Philharmonique Luxembourg), the ONJL aims at providing a platform for young and upcoming musicians from Luxembourg, so that they can develop their composition and arranging skills by writing for and playing with highly skilled players. From the get go, the ONJL has had the chance of collaborating with jazz giants George Duke et Didier Lockwood, thus establishing a professional relationship with both. This first collaboration led to the rtelease of the ONJL’s first album in 2007, which featured both Duke and Lockwood on compositions by Gast Waltzing. As the years went by, the orchestra collaborated with many internationally known artists (Paquito d’Rivera, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Richard Bona, Keiko Lee, Patti Austin, Helge Schneider, Shiho, Morgane Ji).


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