Jean Vanasse

No photos available. Upload them now.

Primary Instrument: Vibraphone

Jean Vanasse started his musical study at CEGEP of Drummondville in 1971 then he entered the Quebec music Conservatory in 72 and swichted to Montreal Conservatory in 73 where he studied till 75 with Maestro Louis Charbonneau and Guy Lachapelle respectively tympanist and first percussionist at MSO (Montreal Symphonic Orcherstra).

Barely comming out of the Conservatory, he founded a jazz quartet named L'Orchestre Sympathique with flute player François Richard. This group will have a lot of success in Quebec Canada and Europe. Meanwhile he's playing with the quartet, he is also backing french québécoise singer Pauline Julien from 77 to 81, recording and giving concerts in Canada, Quebec and Europe.

read more

Source: Jean Vanasse

Jean Vanasse Vanassextet, éerikois (Effendi, 2004)
Jean Vanasse, Mosaïques (Effendi, 2001)
Jeam Vanesse, Erreur sur la personne (1995)
Jean Vanasse, Portée disparue (1992)
Jean Vanasse/Miroslav Vitous, Nouvelle Cuisine (Justin Time, 1986)

Disclaimer: All About Jazz is not responsible for the accuracy of the discographical data at the website(s) provided. If a link is no longer valid, please contact Thank you.

Sorry, no recommendations at this time.

Please Sign Up or Log In to send your inquiry.

Events Calendar

Sorry, there are no Jean Vanasse events available at this time. Submit one now.

TIP: Reach multiple calendar destinations with a single post. Learn now here.

Post a formal announcement to the News Center. We'll publish it and syndicate it for you.
comments powered by Disqus
Rank: 10,577 Views: 2,502

Weekly Giveaways

Ed Palermo

Ed Palermo
About | Enter

Matthew Shipp

Matthew Shipp
About | Enter

Matt Ridley

Matt Ridley
About | Enter

Tord Gustavsen

Tord Gustavsen
About | Enter

An innovative and rich resource For Jazz Musicians

The All About Jazz musician database grows daily
with the help of musicians, supportive professionals and advocates.

Musician? Plug in and promote yourself today.

Learn how