Radio interviews 2017-09-11

In interview at Coco Jazz (CKVL) with Colette Schryburt on September 12, 2017 – 7:30pm and at Quand le Jazz est là (Radio-Canada 100,7) with Stanley Péan on September 14, 2017 – 7pm

CD Launch! 2017-06-29

Annie Dominique Quintet will release his 2nd album “Rue Langevin” on September 15th at Diese Onze – 9pm.

Annie Dominique – tenor sax, bass clar., compostions
Jean-Nicolas Trottier – trombone
Jonathan Cayer – piano
Sebastien Pellerin – bass
Alain Bourgeois – drums

Annie Dominique Quintet 2017-05-11

Resonance Cafe – May 13th, 2017 @ 9pm

Come hear my new compositions!

Annie Dominique – tenor sax and bass clarinet
Jean-Nicolas Trottier – trombone
Jonathan Cayer – piano
Sébastien Pellerin – bass
Alain Bourgeois – drums

Poste-AM Quintet is back! 2016-10-18

October 28th 9pm @ Resonance Cafe

A reunion of like minded jazzers, close at heart yet geographically far apart. Their sonic worlds combine for one night only!

Alexis French – trumpet
Annie Dominique – tenor sax
Lara Driscoll – piano
Nicolas Bédard – double bass
Mark Nelson – drums

suggested contribution: 8$

Surprise coming! 2016-05-26

Something is up with the “Annie Dominique Quintet” this summer. Stay tuned!

Review of the album Tout Autour 2015-07-23

Nice review of Annie Dominique album Tout Autour on the website

Annie Dominique Quintet – Tout Autour

July 16, 2015

Because there aren’t that many female soloist musicians around in the Montreal / Québec jazz scene, here’s an opportunity to discover a new one. Young saxophonist Annie Dominique is worth a listen, she has a form of constance with some great musical ideas. Once again, no standards on this nine track release, but personal compositions as well as many solos she gladly shares with trombone player Jean-Nicolas Trottier.

Serious jazz, some might say, with the presence of departed jazz musicians John Coltrane and certainly Michael Brecker in the background, without actually copying them or their state of mind. Étude no. 1 gives us a good idea of the intuitive talent of saxophonist Annie Dominique, just like AM, which highlights a uncanny sense of the ballad (there’s some Dexter Gordon in there). Our fav track : Another Waltz. Let’s also mention the essential work of the rhythm section including Jonathan Cayer at the piano, Sébastien Pellerin on bass and Éric Thibodeau at the drums.

Christophe Rodriguez is also jazz, classical and book columnist/blogger at the Journal de Montréal