Making Beautiful Music With Just Two Hands. “For me, playing the piano is black and white photography applied to music. It is the orchestra in equation. Everything is there, but at the principle level, behind the image, like roots under the flowers. I love black and white in photography. The piano with its black and white keys immediately gives the sign of its economy. In that sense, only the string quartet would approach it. The jazz trio too, belongs to this pure world. Other trinity, other mystery,”
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« Musiques de Ballet is a phenomenal endeavor which gels multiple expressions, textures and dynamics that bend and reflect capriciously, and subsequently inject meaning into Bourget’s art. »
JAZZ INSIDE MAGAZINE, New-York
Pianist Claude Marc Bourget can orchestrate energizing symphonies with the nimble movements of his ten fingers across the keys of a grand piano. The protégé of such arduous musicians as Chopin, Debussy, Stravinsky, Paul Bley, and Keith Jarrett, Bourget has a heart that is true to his passionate nature and a mind that exhibits a boundless imagination. (…) Like his predecessors, Claude Marc Bourget is not trapped into becoming a period pianist but a musician whose improvisations will be relevant for centuries to come. His synthesis of jazz and classical music structures is inspiring and positions him to become a source of motivation for aspiring musicians to come.