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Jean-François Groulx

Origin: Québec, Canada

Main instrument: Piano

Genres: Jazz, Latin

Pianist, composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Jean-François Groulx has been an active player in Montréal's jazz, Latin and even classical scenes since the late 1980s. His collaborations and varying musical styles range from projects with Québec artists Louise Forestier and Edgar Bori, to scoring the soundtrack to Richard Desjardins' acclaimed documentary L'erreur boréale. In the early 1990s, the prolific musician formed the trio Nortland, before becoming leader of the Jean-François Groulx Trio, 1995 recipient of the Festival's prestigious Du Maurier prize. In 2009, Groulx released his seventh studio album, with bassist Rich Brown and percussionist Paul Picard.

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  • Jean-François Groulx Solo - 2010 Concert

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