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Audio from live gigs


Blaise Siwula, sax, cl | Leonid Galaganov, dr | taran singh, poetry @Bowery Poetry Club, NYC, 3 July 2017


ronan courty, bass | patrick charnois, sax | florian chaigne, dr | taran singh, poetry @live bar, nantes, 26 march 2017


Patrick Charnois, sax | Florian Chaigne, drums | Taran Singh, poetry @rouge mécanique, nantes, 15 déc 2016


anna kaluza, as | horst nonnenmacher, b | niklaus neuser, tpt | rui faustino, dr | taran singh, poetry
july 9, 2016@sowieso, berlin


Patrick Charnois, sax | Florian Chaigne, drums | Taran Singh, poetry @live bar, feb 28, 2016


Bad Bad Man (bass)
Bad Bad Man (bass & trombone)
Fire 

Patrick Lauruol, bass/ Arnaud Barré, trombone 


Bad Man 
Six-Bits Worth of Ticket 
Don't Let Your Dog Curb You
Bad Luck Card
Rentman-Censusman
Fire

Evil (poem by Lawrence Ferlinghetti)

Pierrick Menuau, sax/ Simon Mary, bass/ Jean Chevalier, drums


Evil  (poem by Lawrence Ferlinghetti)
Dude in a Sunny Mood (poem by Taran Singh)

Colin Webster, sax/ Shura Greeneberg, bass/ Ed Hiller, drums
***you'll have to turn up the volume to the max to hear these***

STUDIO RECORDING

SQUARESPACE IS THE PLACE.

Workshops with Jazz Poetry Improv Ensemble

We conduct jazz poetry workshops for school/university students and adults. It's a terrific confidence building exercise that introduces students to the art of performance poetry, encourages them to take initiative and helps overcome the fear of public speaking while exploring their own creative side.

How it Works

1. Teachers tell students a few weeks in advance to write their own poems in any language or choose a poem by their favorite poet. 

2. On the day of the workshop, Jazz Poetry Improv Ensemble gives a 40 min performance. 

3. After the performance, we get feedback from students and explain how the Ensemble functions together and how the students can perform with us. This lasts about 20 min, usually.

4. Following the feedback, we proceed to perform with the students. Students explain to musicians what their poems are about and how they want to perform. The musicians improvise accordingly.

5. Everybody loves it.

Jazz Poetry Improv Ensemble: Taran Singh, poetry | Florian Chaigne, drums | Patrick Charnois, saxophone 

Contact: Feel free to get in touch with Taran for more info at taranslemon@hotmail.com. Visit our page for video, audio and pictures of our performances: Jazz Poetry Improv