Jean-Michel Jarre will perform on April 29 in Cantabria (Spain) “The Connection Concert”.
A special show to open the activities of the Lebaniego Jubilee Year 2017. The concert will take place outside the Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana, in Potes (Spain). The event has capacity for 6,000 people and will be broadcasted in live streaming all over the world.
Jean-Michel Jarre – Live @ The Dead Sea, April 6th 2017
The legendary electronic music artist Jean Michel Jarre will perform at Masada, Dead Sea, Israel, The concert is part of a big-scale campaign to bring awareness to the environmental issues that the Dead Sea is facing (scientific studies foresee that it will have disappeared in about 35 years!) and it takes place at the most spectacular concert venue in the world: Masada.
2016 seen The Godfather of Electronic Music, Jean-Michel Jarre, back with a spectacular live show for the first time in six years. The nationwide arena tour scheduled for October will be preceded by a date at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire and are Jarre’s only UK and Ireland dates for the year. Famed for staggering visuals and the use of cutting-edge digital technology, which has been seen by millions of people around the world, the new live show promises yet again to be a truly immersive musical journey, with Jarre set to showcase brand new music from his stunning two-part LP, ‘Electronica’, alongside classic material from previous albums such as Oxygene and Equinoxe.
Already 3 years ago, I was honoured to join Jean Michel Jarre production team with Joachim Garraud, Claude Samard with my old friend Marco Grenier for this incredible journey of collaborations with the legends of electronic music history.
“Electronic music has a family, it has a legacy and it has a future.”
– Jean Michel Jarre
Somewhere in december 2015 I had a chance to get my hands on a defect Hartmann Neuron Synthesizer. This is a rare synth and the chances to get my hands on a second hand unit around here were really close to none.
Pionnier et figure de proue de la musique électronique en Europe, Jean-Michel Jarre détient le record du monde du concert ayant attiré la plus grosse foule, soit 2,5 millions de personnes, à Paris, en 1990. Bizarrement, on ne l’a jamais vu au Québec. C’est appelé à changer, du moins le souhaite-t-il, avec la parution de l’ambitieux album Electronica 1 — The Time Machine.Continue reading →