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Tullia Morand enters the music conservatory of Joinville-le-Pont at the age of 6. Very fast specialized in jazz, she studies by multiplying the meetings with jazz masters: Rich Perry, Bob Mover, Eddy Daniels, Larry Schneider, Bob Mintzer, Grant Stewart, Dirty Dozen Brass band, Treme Brass Band etc. Strong of this experiences, she leads 3 bands: Tullia Morand Quintet, Big Band and Dixirella.

At the same time she is a free lance musician in other groups: Cumbia Ya!, Jose Madera Jr Big Band, Ron Meza High Definition Big Band, Rido Bayonne Big Band, Francois Laudet Big Band, etc... and she plays with several singers: Sarah Lazarus, Tryo, Francois Morel, etc...

She is also composer (Sound of Noise 2010, Le temps de l'aventure 2013...)


TULLIA MORAND QUINTET – Album “Betibop’” Jazz in tradition & modern pure

Cd Digital Plaza Mayor Company ltd The Orchard Ref; PMC 816 1254

This album takes the best of three studios recording sessions, featuring both original works and re-arrangements by Tullia Morand, saxophonist and young jazz artist on the parisian scene. She's surrounded with great french jazzmen to realise this tracks both faithful to the classic jazz tradition and modern, pure and subtle tones.


Album Betibop by Tullia Morand


Plaza Mayor Company ltd



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