Jazz String Theory

A Fine Jazz Ensemble

The Jazz String Theory ensemble was born in 2014 from a group of musicians from heterogeneous backgrounds and from the idea of creating a chamber music project: merging the language of the most 'classical' of chamber music ensembles - the string quartet - with the harmonies and rhythms of Jazz in all its forms, in a way that combines improvisation, freedom, timbral research and harmony.

Our show (called "JST in concert, jazz contaminations) spans all those musical genres that have absorbed the language of jazz: from Astor Piazzolla's Tango Nuevo, to French Chanson d'auteur (Fauré, Poulenc, Satie) and to Kabarett music signed by Kurt Weill. We give voice to this repertoire that has now entered by right into the History of Music.