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Pulsart Trio

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This Québécois jazz group offers a rich variety of compositions with an unusual mix of instruments, including vibraphone, electric organ, and drums. 
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Formed in the fall of 2016, Pulsart Trio is a Space Jazz ensemble composed of Olivier Madore-Millette (organ and other keyboards), Jérémie Carrier (vibraphone and percussion), and Simon Beauséjour Boudreault (drums and percussion). An unusual mix of instruments, the group shares a common artistic outlook where music is synonymous with freedom, sharing, and mutual listening. 

​Recently, the group released Swing Theory EP (June 2020), a mini album recorded during a residency at La Chapelle Spectacle. Bringing together many of their swing compositions with a playful and danceable feel, the album has been well received by critics and is regularly played on various radio stations, including Ici Musique. In addition to being the top album on CKRL 89,1 for several weeks, it is currently nominated at the GAMIQ in the category Jazz Album of the Year. In 2021 the group took home the grand prize at the Festi Jazz de Rimouski. Élévation – LIVE – Pulsart Trio Phase Shift – Pulsart Trio Haut-Boc Boogie – Pulsart Trio 


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