The exhibition is also dedicated to the memory of the violinist Didier Lockwood who passed away suddenly on February 18th, 2018. Revealed by the jazz-rock scene of the 1970s with the groups Magma and Zao, Didier Lockwood succeeded little by little to impose himself in the musical landscape, becoming a major representative of French jazz internationally, through a career punctuated by nearly 4,500 concerts and more than 35 recordings. He is particularly famous alongside great artists such as Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Barbara or Richard Galliano. “I discovered Sophie Le Roux in Arles in July 2016 and I was captivated...
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