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French quartet rocks IDECAF

Monday, April 01, 2013, 18:57 GMT+7
French quartet rocks IDECAF

French quartet Jesers showed off an energetic performance during the last show of their 2013 Southeast Asian tour at the Institute for Cultural Exchange with France (IDECAF) on Friday night.

During the 90-minute show, the band introduced a mixture of songs from their latest album, “J'aimerais qu'on sème” (I would like to sow) with the participation of Serge Moniz – singer, Philippe Moniz - drummer, Marc Geschickt – guitarist, and Frank Albisser – sound technician.

Those ingenious artists have transmitted emotions to the audience and left a mark on the minds of listeners with the chorus and the spirit of generosity, openness that they shared on stage.

Before starting the tour through a number of Southeast Asian countries, the Jesers told the media that they will bring professional performances full of energy with surprising factors during the tour.

As a result, the show of Jesers in HCMC was a unique and unforgettable event, giving the audience the desire to live intensely.

The French quartet has already toured Laos, Singapore, and Indonesia with 5 shows before ending the tour with 3 shows in Hanoi, Hue, and HCMC.

The event is part of the celebration of the Francophone International Day.

The band has performed at many major music festivals, including Le Printemps de Bourges, Les Francofolies de Montréal, Les Eurockeennes. They have also successfully toured Japan and the US and stood on the same ground with credited MC like Solaar, Jamiroquai, Gad Elmaleh, Sergent Garcia, and Renan Luce.

The band takes the name of Jesers, a French songwriter who was born into a family of musicians living in many places such as Praia, Dakar, London and New York. His passion for writing brought him to the art of coordinating words and rhythms in a natural way.

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