Awarded the Django Reinhardt Prize from the Academie du Jazz, Fred Nardin is back with the bass player Or Bareket and the drummer Leon Parker for the Fred Nardin Trio s second album: Look Ahead.

Two years after the revelation Opening which was awarded the Django Reinhardt Prize from the Academie du Jazz, Fred Nardin is back with the bass player Or Bareket and the drummer Leon Parker for the Fred Nardin Trio s second album: Look Ahead. You can be both as intellectual and as soulful as you want, and the swing beat is powerful but subtle. I think you have to devote yourself to it exclusively to do it at that level. (Mulgrew Miller, DownBeat Magazine.)

A pianist bred on experience(s) and tradition, Fred Nardin has only one aim in life: to play as well as he can, just as long as it swings. Reasonable but determined, passionate, and enthralling when it is a question of tackling the great masters – Kenny Barron, McCoy Tyner, or Mulgrew Miller every day Fred Nardin gets a little closer to his objective, and Look Ahead is the resounding proof.

Co-founder of The Amazing Keystone Big-Band, chosen sideman for Cecile McLorin Salvant, Bria Skonberg, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Natalia M.King, Stefano Di Battista, Jesse Davis, and Gael Horellou, regular feature After-Hours at the Duc Des Lombards in Paris: Fred Nardin is everywhere where jazz is happening but it is with the trio of the album Opening that he was really discovered in 2017. ~Editorial Reviews | Amazon

Original Release DateMarch 19, 2019

At your leisure, spin “LOOK AHEAD” by Fred Nardin Trio 

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