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<b>DJANGO-ON</b>

Koen De Cauter guitar, vocals, soprano saxophone – Fapy Lafertin guitar – Joachim Badenhorst bass clarinet, clarinet – Jon Birdsong cornet – Dajo De Cauter double-bass

<b>PHILIP CATHERINE & JOHAN CLEMENT TRIO</b>

Philip Catherine guitar – Johan Clement piano

<b>ROMANI</b>

Tcha Limberger vocals, guitar, violin – Dajo De Cauter vocals, double-bass

<b>DJANGO-ON</b>

Koen De Cauter guitar, vocals, soprano saxophone – Waso De Cauter guitar – Lionel Beuvens drums

<b>PHILIP CATHERINE & JOHAN CLEMENT TRIO</b>

Bart De Nolf double-bass – Lionel Beuvens drums

<b>ROMANI</b>

Koen De Cauter viola, guitar, vocals, soprano saxophone – Dajo De Cauter vocals, double-bass

<b>DJANGO-ON</b>

Lionel Beuvens drums

<b>PHILIP CATHERINE & JOHAN CLEMENT TRIO</b>

Philip Catherine guitar

<b>ROMANI</b>

Tcha Limberger vocals, guitar, violin

<b>DJANGO-ON</b>

Koen De Cauter guitar, soprano saxophone, vocals – Fapy Lafertin guitar – Joachim Badenhorst bass clarinet, clarinet – Jon Birdsong cornet – Waso De Cauter guitar – Lionel Beuvens drums – Dajo De Cauter double-bass

<b>PHILIP CATHERINE & JOHAN CLEMENT TRIO</b>

Philip Catherine guitar – Johan Clement piano – Bart De Nolf double-bass – Lionel Beuvens drums

<b>ROMANI</b>

Vivi Limberger guitar, vocals – Koen De Cauter viola, guitar, vocals, soprano saxophone – Tcha Limberger vocals, guitar, violin – Dajo De Cauter vocals, double-bass


"Django did something that very few people could do; he was one of the most important musical innovators of the 20th century," says the guitarist Waso De Cauter. The DjanGo! project first saw the light of day in 2003, when De Cauter was asked to present a tribute to one of the greatest Belgian jazz guitarists of all time. The concert was such a great success that it was followed by DjanGo!! in 2010, to mark the centenary of Django Reinhardt's birth. And now we have DjanGo-On, another special tribute presented by an exceptional line-up which takes the public on a journey through Django Reinhardt’s musical heritage. The quartet of the leading Belgian guitarist Philip Catherine - who played with the violinist Stéphane Grappelli, with whom Django formed a group - will also be in attendance on the opening evening of the 20th Djangofolllies. Finally the Romani quartet, twice father and son, will introduce you to the world of the Manouche gypsies, with a programme dedicated to authentic Northern European gypsy music.