Mâäk Quintet will be recording a new record at the end of this summer.
If you haven't gotten your copy of Buenaventura, you still have a chance to own the enchanting album.
Today we have learned the sad news of the passing of Albert Anagoko. A creative musical leader, for who the Albert Anagoko Ensemble was named.
Mâäk was in residency in King Kong, a new cultural centre in Troyville, Johannesburg, South Africa.
We will be going to the Jazzahead meeting in Bremen!
The new cd 'Wait for Me' of Zita Swoon Group is released! Mâäk was asked to arrange and play the horn sections on this cd!
From 10th December till 1st January we are touring withKOJO in Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal. These three weeks of touring promise to be very intense! So good idea to bring the director Sam Asaert with us. He will make a documentary of our trip!
Tomorrow we start to tour in Brussels and Germany with Trance Mission. Grégoire Tirtiaux invited us for this exciting project!
Tuur Florizoone explains why he likes to work with Laurent Blondiau and Michel Massot.
Jacques Prouvost of Jazzques made a review about two concerts of Mâäk.
In September we will be recording a new CD in Jet Studio, the oldest recording studio in Belgium. Mâäk (Laurent Blondiau / trumpet, Guillaume Orti / altsax, Michel Massot / tuba, trombone and Jeroen van Herzeele / sax) will be supported by the two Hungarian musicians Gabo Gador (guitar) and Tamas Sandor Geroly (percussion) and the French Claude Tchamitchian (double bass).
We were invited to play in MicroMarché, Brussels during Fête de la Musique on 17th June 2011. You can now watch some impressions of that gig.
We reprinted 'Le Nom du Vent' ! Because this CD we made in 2001 was such a great success that it was sold out. Now, it is put back online in our shop!
We uploaded the KOJO-documentary and some images from our road trip to Mali!
Thanks to Filip Gossele we can present some new photos of the KOJO-tour in November 2010.