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Musician. Guitar player. Composer. Teacher.

SHOWS:
2023

02/02 Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, PA

02/17 Bull Run, Shirley, MA

02/18 The Music Room, West Yarmoth, MA

02/24 The Side Door Jazz Club, Old Lyme, CT

03/24 Club Cafe, Pittsburgh, PA

03/29 Music Box, Cleveland, OH

03/30 Hey Nonny, Arlington Heights, IL

03/31 Green Mill, Chicago, IL

04/01 Green Mill, Chicago, IL

04/17 The Grey Eagle, Asheville, NC

04/20 Red Clay Theatre, Duluth, GA

05/03 Django A GoGo 2023, Maplewood, NJ (see below)

05/04 Django A GoGo 2023, Maplewood, NJ (see below)

05/05 Django A GoGo 2023, Maplewood, NJ (see below)

05/06 Django A GoGo 2023, Town Hall, NYC, NY (see below)

05/07 Django A GoGo 2023, Barbès, NYC, NY (see below)

05/23 Internationales Jazz Festival, Bern, Switzerland

05/24 Internationales Jazz Festival, Bern, Switzerland

05/25 Internationales Jazz Festival, Bern, Switzerland

05/26 Internationales Jazz Festival, Bern, Switzerland

05/27 Internationales Jazz Festival, Bern, Switzerland

09/15 Parkway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (Django NOLA)

Django A Gogo 2023: May 02 - May 07
05/03 Stephane Wrembel Band and guests,

The Woodlands, Maplewood, NJ
05/04 The Django Expereiment featuring Jason Anick on Violin, The Woodlands, Maplewood, NJ

05/05 Django New Orleans,

The Woodlands, Maplewood, NJ

05/06 Town Hall, New York City, NY

05/07 Barbes, Brooklyn, NY

TICKETS TO THE WOODLAND
TICKETS TO THE TOWN HALL

MASTERCLASSES:

Come play along with us!

 

Announcing the “The Django Style and Gypsy Jazz Play Along Series”

 

215 “play along” songs including “Bistro Fada” and “Big Brother,” Django Reinhardt catalogue, and other classic gypsy jazz and swing standards

 

Free of charge on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StephaneWrembelOfficial

PDF with chords here

 

Featuring Stephane Wrembel (guitar), Thor Jensen (guitar),  Ari Folman-Cohen (bass), Nick Anderson (drums)

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DJANGO A GOGO 2023

 

THE CONCERTS

 

Wednesday May 3, 2023 8PM
The Woodland (Maplewood, N.J.)
“Stephane Wrembel Band and guests”
featuring all artists for the final jam!
Stephane Wrembel on guitar, Josh Kaye on guitar, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass and Nick Anderson on drums
Surprise Guests from the Django Experiment All Star Band

 

Thursday May 4, 2023 8PM
The Woodland (Maplewood, N.J.)
“The Django Experiment  featuring Jason Anick on violin”
Stephane Wrembel on guitar,  Josh Kaye on guitar, Nick Anderson on drums, Ari Folman-Cohen on bass, Nick Driscoll on Sax and Clarinet, Jason Anick on violin

 

Friday May 5, 2023 8 PM
The Woodland (Maplewood, N.J.)
“Django New Orleans”
featuring Stephane Wrembel and Josh Kaye on guitar, Adrien Chevalier on violin, Joe Correia on Tuba, Scott Kettner on drums, David Langlois on washboard, Nick Driscoll on sax/clarinet, Joe Boga on trumpet and Sarah King on vocals

 

May 6, 2023 8PM 
TOWN HALL 

New York, NY

 

Featuring:
STEPHANE WREMBEL, SIMBA BAUMGARTNER, PAULUS SCHAFER, , SAMY DAUSSAT, AURORE VOILQUE, DAVID GASTINE, DEBI BOTOS, TOM DAVY, LUANNE HOMZY, DAVID LANGLOIS, NICK ANDERSON, JOSH KAYE, ARI FOLMAN-COHEN and more special guests (Tickets available on the venue's website thetownhall.org)

 

Django a Gogo™ Music Camp

Tuesday, May 2-Sunday, May 7, 2023

 

PRESENTATION

Django a Gogo™ Music Camp is a first-class music program providing musicians of all levels and instruments access to the greatest knowledge and teachers available. The program focuses mainly on the musical style of Django Reinhardt (referred to as "Gypsy Jazz" in the USA). The goal of this camp is for students to learn from all the teachers and performers of the festival in an intimate small group setting, or workshops.

 

LESS IS MORE!
LESS STUDENTS = MORE QUALITY!

 

The  music “camp” will be limited to 40 guitar students and 10 violin students.

 

Guitar instructors include: Simba Baumgartner, Paulus Schafer, Samy Daussat, David Gastine, Debi Botos, Stephane Wrembel and special guests.

 

Violin instructors include: Aurore Voilque, Jason Anick, Luanne Homzy and Adrien Chevalier

 

We want the students to have a close relationship with the teachers and to receive as much personally relevant information as possible. We want maximum interaction and personal connection between the students and the teachers.  Limiting the number of students to 40 students allows us to maintain a very high level of quality for our camp.

 

Students are 4 divided into groups of 10. Each group will receive a 2 parts morning classes each day: A 90 minute first part focusing on rhythm and improvisation, followed by a 90minute class focusing on a dynamic Q&A to complete the information given in the class. In the afternoon there will be a 3 hour concert/workshop/Q& A with the various violin and guitar teachers and special guests!

 

The philosophy of our camp-- what sets us apart from others—is that no student will be denied access to a specific teacher because he or she is not of a certain level of ability.

 

It is preferable when registering for the camp to already have a basic knowledge of chords and some soloing in one style or another. However, the camp is open to students of all skill levels.  Everyone will get the musical information they need at their own point of development. The teachers and performers have been selected not only for their ability to offer world-class

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

WWW.DJANGOAGOGO.COM

DOWNLOAD PDF HERE

"Perhaps the most creative improviser in Gypsy jazz today, Mr. Wrembel plays the guitar with a rich and colorful lyricism." – New York Times

 

“Stephane Wrembel just might be the greatest acoustic guitarist alive.” —The Aquarian

"For North Americans, Stephane Wrembel represents the living face of gypsy jazz." --New York Observer

 

"There's plenty of Gypsy jazz guitarists who can play more notes at a faster tempos than Django Reinhardt, but few can truly master the inventiveness, melody and sheer swing.  Stephane Wrembel is one of the rarities… Throughout, Wrembel’s playing is simply wonderful.  He creates lead lines that snake through the original melodies, accenting them with dazzling riffs, and coming back to earth-and making it all make sense.  Using Bob Holo-built Selmer-style guitars, his tone is alive and warm.  That’s jazz!” -- Vintage Guitar Magazine

 

“The mind-bendingly rapid melodies Stephane provided to the set’s final song were an exclamation point for an audience that was enthralled for 60 minutes of unforgettable music.” —Parklife DC

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