Evening STANDARD – Review


Sal La Rocca – It Could Be the End (Igloo)**** Northern Europe boasts many excellent players, so it’s no surprise
to find a quintet this good from the buttoned-up city of Brussels.
It’s led by a resonant double bassist, a gifted composer who has
a distinctive and hypermodern touch. Two Belgians, guitarist Lorenzo di Maio and pianist Pascal

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NEW ALBUM 2018 “SHIFTED” Sal La Rocca Quartet


New Album Release 2018 “SHIFTED” On Igloo records & el Negocito records Labels Sal La Rocca’s new album breathes groove and freedom. Sal La Rocca’s new album breathes groove and freedom. His modern jazz with captivating sounds is tinged with avant-gardism. Walloon and Flemish, Belgian and Italian, his group is defined by a multiple identity.

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LE JAZZ D’HORTENSE – Interview


Le Jazz d’Hortense The Quarterly Journal dealing all actuality of the Belgian Jazz. Every three months, ‘Le Jazz d’Hortense’ gives information on our activities, information and news about jazz in Belgium, all the CDs released during the three month period, interviews with musicians and much more… Only available in french.   Practical Information Subscription Become

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Sal La Rocca 4tet / Saint-Jazz Festival 2018


Saint-Jazz Festival – Sal La Rocca 4tet Friday 28 September from 20:00 to 21:30 @ Jazz Station Sal La Rocca – double bass / Jeroen Van Herzeele – soprano and tenor saxophones / Pascal Mohy – piano & wurlitzer / Lieven Venken – drums Sal La Rocca’s new album breathes groove and freedom. His modern

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