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Ikui Doki (Bernado / Mayot / Rinaudo): Ikui Doki (Ayler)

Winners of the Jazz Migration and tour JMF 2018, the chamber jazz trio of Sophie Bernado (bassoon), Hugues Mayot (saxophone & clarinet) and Rafaelle Rinaudo (harp & effects) share their passion for creative music that embraces composition and improvisation, springboarding off composers like Debussy while transferring warmth and vision into free jazz; magnificent.
 

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UPC: 7320470215623

Label: Ayler
Catalog ID: AYLCD-158
Squidco Product Code: 26729

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: France
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Recorded at Studio Music Unit, in Montreuil, France, on June 11th, 12th, and 13th, 2018 by Celine Grangey.


Personnel:

Sophie Bernado-bassoon, voice

Hugues Mayot-saxophone, clarinet

Rafaelle Rinaudo-harp, effects

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Artist Biographies:

"Since September 2016, Sophie [Bernado, bassoon] plays alongside Hugues Mayot, Valentin Ceccaldi, Theo Ceccaldi, Joachim Florent in the new group of Hugues Mayot l'Arbre Rouge inscribed in the small forms of the ONJ Jazz Fabric and alongside Rafael Rinaudo and Hugues Mayot in the improvised trio Ikui doki , winners of Jazz Migration and tour JMF 2018.

She also accompanies Emily Loizeau on her latest album and tour Eaux SombresSophie also performs with: Art Sonic wind quintet by Joce Mienniel and Sylvain Rifflet White Desert Orchestra by Eve Risser ,Manuel Delgado flamenco sextet, dance and singing.She is a co-writer, composer, musician and singer of children's tale (book) Les Symphonies Subaquatiques accompanied by Dominique A, Agnès Jaoui and Jacques Gamblin.

She is author and co-composer of 2 new current music projects:Belleville indus pop and L.A from Paris Electro hiphop with Marion Faure.Born in 1978, she grew up in southwestern France where she started playing piano at the age of 9. She joined the bassoon class of the Conservatoire de Toulouse at 16 years old.From the age of 17, she played in several orchestras including the Toulouse Chamber Orchestra.

She joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in 2000.It is there that she learns Indian music from Patrick Moutal and jazz from Glenn Ferris. She graduated in 2003.

She then participated in first projects as an improviser with Gabriel Mirabassi and Ricardo Zegna. During her advanced studies in classical music at Konservatorium Richard Strauss of Munich, she participated in groups Johan von Brossa with Wanja Slavin, as well as Métisse Absynthe with Paolo Cardoso.

She takes part in such projects as the Jazz Orchestra of Sardinia and the project of Massimo Nunzi (Italian Composer). She is also following several seminars led by David Friedman, Paolo Fresu, Vito Maria Pia, Dave Liebman, Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay.Sophie settles in Berlin and meets underground actors with whom she multiplies the projects as well as a singer / rapper as improvising bassoonist. She becomes co-leader of Nimpkeity with the artist ToyzRme (Rolax Label), Andromeda Mega Express (in collaboration with Notwist), The Fat Bertha, Das Rote Gras, flamenco project Flam'n Co and finally creates his first band Sir Chac Bulay Quartet.

Returning to France in June 2010, she performed with the Surnatural Orchestra, Filigrane by Edouard Ferlet, the Dark Horns (Daniel Casimir), Nosfell and recorded the album Rendez-nous les lumières by Dominique A with whom she went on tour."

-Sophie Bernado Website (http://sophiebernado.com/#1525773891374-cd6e4bed-b6c7)
1/15/2019

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"Hugues Mayot is a saxophonist and clarinettist from Lorraine born in 1980 currently member of the ONJ of Olivier Benoît. After studying at the conservatories of Metz, Strasbourg, and the CNSM of Paris, he is recruited by Marc Ducret to participate in his great orchestra "The Meaning of the March".

From then on, he multiplies collaborations in the field of jazz and improvised music: André Minvielle, Magma, Radiation 10, Vincent Peirani, François Jeanneau, Paul Brousseau, Bruno Chevillon, Daniel Zimmerman, Han Bennink, Médéric Collignon, Sylvain Rifflet, Jeanne Added, The Campania of Musics at Ouïr, The coronation of the Tympanum, Michael Moore, Antoine Berjault, Yvinec's ONJ, Ciné X'tet, Kolkhoze Printanium, Surnatural Orchestra, Didier Levallet, Sissel Vera Pedersen, Pascal Schumacher, Sophia Ribeiro, Stéphane Payen, Serge Lazarevich, Toma Gouband, HSB, Umlaut Big Band, Jean Wolf Longnon Big Band, United Colors of Sodom etc ...

But also in the field of world music and traditional music : Orlando Poleo, Brice Wassy, ​​Martha Galarraga, Gustavo Ovalles, Chérif Soumano, Osain Del Monte.

Or in the world of song or "current" music : Catherine Ringer, Olivia Ruiz, Katrine, Dominique A, Rover, Agnès Jaoui, Mike Ladd, Doctor L, Franck.

Currently, he writes and plays in his 2 projects as leader : What if? , electric quartet with Jozef Dumoulin, Franck Vaillant and Joachim florent, and L'Arbre Rouge , acoustic quintet with Théo and Valentin Ceccaldi, Joachim Florent and Sophie Bernado.

He is also co-leader of Ikui Doki and Peemai groups. As a devoted sideman , he participates in the new project of Fidel Fourneyron "Que Vola? Pierre Durand's Roots Quartet, Sylvaine Hélary's Spring Roll, Gleizkrew's Philippe Gleizes and Bertrand Beruard's Beps.

Distinctions: Victories of jazz with Marc Ducret and André Minvielle. Soloist Award at the Esprit Jazz competition, 3 group prizes at the Defense Contest with Radiation 10, Pitch Quartet and The Sound Pocket.

Miscellaneous: Contributes to the creation of the cartoon soundtrack "Silex and The City", to the children's book "The Subaquatic Symphonies". He wrote the music for two documentaries by director Thomas Ermel "In the Ropes" and "The Holy Mountain"."

-Hugues Mayot Website (Translated by Google) (https://huguesmayot.fr/)
1/15/2019

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"Rafaelle Rinaudo is a prolific, creative, enthusiastic and lively musician and electroacoustician. Fascinated by her instrument, the harp, Rafaelle Rinaudo has been working for several years to integrate her instrument into new music and to create an innovative musical repertoire. Her work started under the direction of Alexandros Markéas at the CNSMDP was rewarded by an ADAMI CPMDT grant, and a Culture France grant in 2013 and 2014."-Mmainsdoeuvres (https://www.mainsdoeuvres.org/Jean-Francois-Thomelin-Rafaelle-Rinaudo.html)
1/15/2019

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track listing:


1. Pemayangtse 6:38

2. Jingle #1 0:33

3. LSP 7:43

4. Songe Pastel 2:11

5. Chant Pastoral 2:57

6. Tiger 3:05

7. Cats & Dogs 4:01

8. Jingle #2 0:31

9. My Taylor is Reich 7:38

10. Almanita 4:35

11. Debussy l'Africain 3:12

12. Secretly in Silence 5:11

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"A trio of chamber jazz who pays tribute to modern music, Ikui Doki is in search of ecstatic landscapes through refined harmonic frames in which everything becomes sound.

Passionate about creation and articulation, between writing and improvisation, the three musicians in Ikui Doki offer a repertoire of collective compositions inspired by early 20th Century's French music. Their music is a delicate mix of free jazz and jazz aesthetics, with shimmering tones of their renowned predecessors.

In an unprecedented audacious interpretation, Ikui Doki summons the legendary figures of French music, shattering the usual frames of this repertoire. Improbable, would you think? Not with Ikui Doki!"-Ikui Doki

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