Empreintes Anne Paceo & Triphase
- 3Fais de beaux rêves06:04
- 4Le Tonnerre est là06:57
- 7Jo-Anna's Nirvana07:42
- 9Nirvana Edit (Bonus numérique)03:30
- 10Pas de problèmes (Bonus numérique)03:48
- 11Blues (Bonus numérique)00:48
Info for Empreintes
“Empreintes” (‘Footprints’) is the second album by the young French drummer-composer, Anne Paceo, and her trio, Triphase - named after her debut album as leader, on the Laborie label in 2008.
Paceo’s trio, Triphase, was formed in 2005, and features pianist Leonardo Montana and Joan Eche-Puig on bass - and their close collaboration shows in their fluid interplay and their subtle stylistic colours - combined with the originality of their compositions, which are all by Paceo or Montana.
'She impressed me immensely with her talent, musicality, proficiency and her dedication to her art form.....I have the opportunity to teach many musicians from around the world, and I can easily say she is on the top percentile of the musicians I teach. Her distinct style and sound make her unique”. (Charlie Haden)
Performing live in France and abroad in 2008 and 2009, winning the Django D'or last December, playing at the Jazzahead festival in Germany...making the Trio acknowledged by the public, tour managers and music professionals. Trio in music, trio in composition, the members of the band express a true originality and a strong personality.
Anne Paceo, Drums
Leonardo Montana, Piano
Joan Eche-Puig, Bass
Anne Paceo - Drummer
Anne Paceo lived an exceptional year crowned by the release of her second trio album 'Empreintes' on the Laborie/Naive label.
Her two trio albums with her band «triphase» have received particularly good reviews and the has band toured in many countries and festivals including Chile, Canada, Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Algeria, Portugal, Taiwan, ..
Anne Is also leading a carrier as a «sidewoman» since her 19 years old. She has played with the cream of international jazz... China Moses, Rhoda Scott, Rick Margitza, Houston Person, Andy Sheppard, Christian Escoudé, Dan Tepfer....
The 27 year-old drummer received the award «Victoire du Jazz, révélation instrumentale 2011», «Django d’Or 2009» category “young talent”, and was selected for being the drummer of the European Jazz Orchestra 2010.
in 2006 and 2007 she had a monthly carte blanche at the prestigious Paris jazz club, 'le Duc des Lombards'. She has invited the cream of French and international jazz scene including Henri Texier, Rhoda Scott, Julien Lourau and Rick Margitza.
In 2007 she won the 1st prize as soloist at 'Sunside new talent Trophees'. She also won the 'Young talent prize' at the Montauban festival, the '1st group prize' in the elimination contest “L’esprit jazz” and she has been chosen to play in New York with the CNSMDP for the close of the annual IAJE conference in the set preceding Charlie Haden’s Liberation Music Orchestra.
Anne Paceo started playing the drums when she was 9. Born in 1984, she took her first steps in jazz at the age of 12 at the Children for Jazz festival at Barcelonnette where she took part in the master classes of Dianne Reeves, Kenny Garrett and Ravi Coltrane. In 2000 she studied under the direction of Sunny Murray for 1 years and then studied with Andrea Michelutti.
In 2004 she met the guitarist Christian Escoudé who invited her to join his Progressive sextet together with Marcel Azzola, Jean-Marc Jaffet, Jean-Baptiste Laya and Stéphane Guillaume. Subsequently she joined his trio and his quartet together with Geraldine Laurent and Florent Gac. In 2005 she entered the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and studied there with Dre Pallemaerts, Glenn Ferris, Hervé Sellin, Riccardo Del Fra, François Théberge and finished it with 'mention très bien'.
In 2006 she met the organist Rhoda Scott, known as “the bare-foot lady”, and they have played together in different musical projects since. During 2007 she was regularly invited by Alain Jean-Marie to play in his quartet together with Guillaume Naturel and Darryl Hall.
She was also granted her 1st annual residence at the Duc des Lombards where she invited Pierre De Bethmann, Rick Margitza, Gilles Naturel, Emile Parisien and Yaron Herman. Her concerts have been broadcast by France Musiques in Claude Carriere and Jean Delmas’ program 'The Jazz Club'.
Over the past years we have been able to hear Anne play in the company of Rick Margitza, Rhoda Scott, China Moses, Andy Sheppard, Yaron Herman, Christian Escoudé, Joe Martin, Darryl Hall, Giovanni Mirabassi, Riccardo Del Fra, Laurent Dehors, Marcel Azzola, Stéphane Guillaume, Nelson Veras, Mederic Collignon, Sylvain Beuf, Henri Texier, Stéphane Kérécki, Alain Jean-Marie, Thomas Savy, Geraldine Laurent, Andy Emier, David Reinhardt, Eric Le Lann...