Gipsy jazz for your event : weddings, anniversaries, corporate entertainment etc...
We are the the Cordes Nomades, a gipsy jazz band available to play at your next event : wedding, birthday, reception, cocktail party, etc...
For the past four years, we have combined our musical and professional expertise to create a welcoming, festive, and relaxed ambiance for any event.
We have different options available to provide an authentic and original, musical ambiance for your guests.
We are located in Montpellier and we can travel all throughout France.
One rhythm guitar and one lead guitar, ideal for an intimate atmosphere.
Two guitars and one contrabass (the typical tradition line-up of gipsy jazz).
In addition to impressive visual impact, a saxophone player broadens our horizons to play many more musical genres, such as American and French classics.
With her original and energetic interpretation, our singer Lucy Estaque allows you and your guests to discover a new perspective on Manouche jazz, American jazz, and French classics.
Her scat is beyond impressive!
Each option guarantees the following services:
Our band features guitarist Romaric Blanchard, guitarist Tomy Vincent, bassist Francois Xavier Debray, saxophonist Benoit Albina, and singer Lucy Estaque.
The Cordes Nomades’ repertoire is inspired by the Manouche tradition, seen in artists such as Django Reinhardt, Stochelo Rosenberg, and Dorado Schmitte.
We would like to share with you the spirit of this genre with Manouche swing, waltzes, rumba, bossanova, bolero, American jazz classics and traditional French song adaptations.
We have played in many prestigious locations in the South of France :
Nous pouvons nous déplacer dans tout le Languedoc-Roussillon, Hérault, Gard, bouche du Rhône, Aude, Var, Pyrénées-Orientales, Tarn, Aveyron Vaucluse, Nîmes, Perpignan, Marseille, Montpellier, Toulouse, Sète, Béziers, Avignon, Alès...etc.
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