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Sylvain Luc at the Club Jazz Dunkerque

Sylvain Luc (born 1965) is a jazz guitarist born in Bayonne, France.

He studied violin and cello while also studying classical guitar at the Bayonne conservatory.


He lives in Paris and has become an arranger, composer and accompanyist to many different French artists, including (Al Jarreau Catherine Lara, Michel Jonasz..., all while being the bassist for the Richard Galliano trio.


In 1993, he becomes the ambassador of Guitar GODIN for the world.

With played with : Michel Legrand, Richard Bona, Steve Gadd, Biréli Lagrène, Elvin Jones, Wynton Marsalis, Stéphane Belmondo, Manu Katché, Michel Portal, Bobby Thomas JR, Andy Sheppard, Jacky Terrasson, André Ceccarelli, Jean Marc Jafet.Alain Caron, Didier Lockwood, John Mc Laughlin, Bernard Lubat, Lokua Kanza, Richard Galliano, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Steve Lukather, Keyvan Chémirani, Billy Cobham, Victor Bailey, Larry Coryell, Al Di Meola

In 1999, Luc founded the Trio Sud along with André Ceccarelli and Jean Marc Jafet. Sylvain Luc obtain the “French Music Award for Jazz music” as the best formation of the year 2003 with the Trio Sud

In 2000, the album in Duo with Biréli Lagrène "Duet" will be sold in record time with several tens of thousands of specimens.

Since 2006, he has regularly found himself in the "String quartet," alongside Didier Lockwood, Victor Bailey and Billy Cobham.

In year 2009 he is having a jazz concert tour across Europe with such famous performers as Steve Gadd (drums) and Richard Bona (bass guitar).

Discography

  • 1993 Piaia
  • 1994 Petits Déjà..., with Louis Winsberg
  • 1999 Ameskeri, with Stéphane Belmondo
  • 2000 Piaia Naia, with Francis Lassus
  • 2000 Duet, with Biréli Lagrène
  • 2000 Nahia with his brothers Serge et Gérard Luc
  • 2000 Sud Trio Sud
  • 2002 Trio Sud Trio Sud
  • 2003 Ambre
  • 2006 Joko
  • 2008 Young And Fine Trio Sud
  • 2009 "Sumertime" with Biréli Lagrène

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