This concert at the Museum of Judaism was important for me for three reasons: first, this is a place that embraces Judaism in its cultural and artistic aspects, which I am so attached to. Then, there has been several tributes in memory of my father since he passed. The last one, two months ago, was particularly emotional and beautiful. And finally, this was my first time playing this JEWAZZ project with my friends Grégory Privat, Stéphane Kerecki and Arnaud Dolmen. And they carried that flag with such panache that I will have them on the recording in alternance with my New York band.
Pictures by Wanda Nicot