Jean Toussaint brings his renowned quartet JT4 to the NCEM. Toussaint first came to prominence when he joined Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers in 1982, after studying at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. Since moving to London in 1987, Toussaint has released 12 critically acclaimed CDs as a leader, including 2018’s Brother Raymond, which saw him win Best Instrumentalist at.
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Jean Toussaint, a graduate of Berklee College of Music and an alumnus of Art Blakey 's Jazz Messengers has assembled a veritable all-star cast for his follow-up to Tate Song (Lyte Records, 2014). Even more remarkable is the permutation of personnel, which, other than Toussaint himself, changes on most tracks, affording a different perspective to the selections.
Jean Toussaint moved to London in 1987 to teach at the Guildhall School of Music and has based himself in the UK ever since, one of a growing band of American expat jazz musicians. Brother Raymond is his eleventh album as a band leader but he has also worked as a sideman with the cream of British jazz such as Julian Joseph and Cleveland Watkiss.
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Jean-Rene Toussaint is a French-born director, actor, and voice teacher. He is the creator of a distinct school of vocal training for performing artists and therapists - a technique he has dubbed Stemwerk in Dutch - and is the founder and head of a training center in Rotterdam in the Netherlands and in Avanos-Cappadocie in Turkey.