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David Patrois

 

Follows a classical percussion education and, while playing drums and congas in various groups, receives a first prize at the Conservatoire d'Angers in 1986. He decides to devote himself entirely to the vibraphone.

In Paris, he studied with François Jeanneau, David Friedman in 1987 and received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture to study with Gary Burton at Berklee School of Music in the United States [...]

David Patrois was born in 1965, he follows a classical percussion education and, while playing drums and congas in various groups, receives a first prize at the Conservatoire d'Angers in 1986. He decides to devote himself entirely to the vibraphone.


In Paris, he studied with François Jeanneau, David Friedman in 1987 and received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture to study with Gary Burton at Berklee School of Music in the United States.

Back in France in 1989, he formed a quartet with David Chevallier (winner in the competition of La Défense 89), creates with Eric Lohrer the group  Open Air (2 CD in 1991 and 92), then "Trio Patrois" with Christophe Wallemme and Christophe Marguet (First prize in the Jazz and Polard 91) which will become a quartet with Eric Barret, participates in the quartet of Olivier Ker Ourio (First prize in the La Défense 93), plays regularly with Aldo Romano, Michel Benita, François Verly, Nelson Veras, Louis Winsberg, Tony Rabeson, Denis Leloup, Philippe Mace and occasionally with Bojan Z, Hervé Sellin, François Jeanneau, Malo Valois, Glenn Ferris, the POM, Bernard Lubat, Emmanuel Bex, Louis Sclavis, Simon Goubert ...

Between 1995 and 1999 he performed in quintet and recorded his first CD under his name in 1997: "Catch the time", with Sylvain Beuf, Frédéric Favarel, Christophe Wallemme and Benjamin Hénocq. In 1998, he founded the group Another Trio, inspired by Africa, with Jean Jacques Avenel on bass and the kora and Pierre Marcault percussion, and performed in many clubs and festivals (CD released in RDC Records in October 2000). In 2002, accompanied by the violinist Pierre Blanchard, he was the principal soloist for the creation of the Festival "Swing March" in Eure et Loir bringing a Jazz quartet and String orchestra (11 musicians).

Since 2003 he is member of the "360 Degrees Project" bringing Mark Turner, Ravi Coltrane, Olivier Gatto and Benjamin Hénocq.


His latest project continues to be sound with the acoustic presence of Jean-Charles Richard, Luc Isenmann, Sébastien Llado and Pierre Durand.

Since 1991, he teach at the conservatories of the 5th and 15th arrondissement in Paris.



For further information, visit the official website of the David Patrois.

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