About the album
Pierre-Luc Vallet, originally of French origin is presenting his own trio for the first time on TCB. He lived in Brazil for a few years playing with some of the greats before moving to Switzerland, where he resides since many years now and is teaching at the Jazz School at Lausanne. Pierre-Luc is also a long time member of PIANO SEVEN und the direction of François Lindemann.
Together with Philippe Aerts from Belgium and Swiss drummer Marc Erbetta they perform in trio in Switzerland and France since some years now. A classic Jazz Trio format at its best for you to discover.
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