Jérôme Frayssinet guitar, Jul Frayssinet guitar, Ignasi González double bass.
Django Reinhardt went down in history as the musician who laid the foundations of gipsy or Manouche jazz, a genre developed in France in the 1930s and 1940s when swing came into contact with gipsy culture. Gipsy jazz gave rise to a typical line-up with the guitar, played in the style invented by Reinhardt, as one of the main instruments. The guitarists Jérôme and Jul Frayssinet, two Frenchmen living in Catalonia, are true specialists in the art of Manouche. Parisian-trained, with an exquisite mastery of Django Reinhardt’s musical language, they join double bassist Ignasi González to pay tribute to the “inventor of European swing,” with a selection from his extensive repertoire.