With this redemptive "Sea of Stories", dancers will lament the sounds of a desolate tango and sway to sad waltzes.
To read the full article: click on Jazz Mania or on the pdf document on the right (French).
"A mostly melancholic soundtrack with impressive cinematic accents. As if sounding out the desolation of existence in an intoxication of dreamy visions."
To read the full review: click on Jazz'Halo or on the pdf document to the right (Deutch).
Jaune Toujours Jam'in Jette - 20/5/23 - Pictures by Sybille Genyn
Mec Yek Goûts De Gand - 20/5/23 - Pictures by Rudi Delahaye
La Nouvelle Harmonie Bruxelloise d'Accordéons - 19/5/23 - Rencontres d'Accordéonistes - Tournai
Yamen blends western and eastern sounds with his trumpet, just as Otto provides the necessary depth on his self-assembled double bass. Maris then creates a gipsy-esque atmosphere with his accordion.
To read the full review: click on Keys and Chords or on the pdf document to the right (Deutch).
" Attraverso sette nuove compozizioni, i 3'Ain Continuano il loro viaggio radicato nel jazz attraverso le immagini musicali sceniche della Siria Bizantina e del Levante, utilizzando la loro configurazione strumentale acustica per portare gli ascoltatori con sé nel loro commino" - LineAtrad Magazine.
"Through seven new compositions, 3'Ain continue their jazz-rooted journey through the scenic musical imagery of Byzantine Syria and the Levant, using their acoustic instrumental configuration to take listeners with them on their journey". - LineAtrad Magazine.
3'Ain , Living Room Festival Muziekpublique, Chez Philip et Françoise, Oudergem - Pictures by Simon Blackley
Jaune Toujours, De Zwaan, Dworp - pictures by Karl Derdelinckx
"3'Ain plays what it calls "worldwide" jazz with Middle Eastern influences. The genesis of the band is a somewhat separate story starring Yamen Martini. Indeed, he left his homeland of Syria in the year 2015 to come to Belgium, where he met Piet Maris, who suggested he collaborate on music destined for a theater performance. [...] " - Cutting Edge Magazine