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Jacques Schwarz-Bart (born December 22, 1962 in Les Abymes) is a New York-based jazz saxophonist. His mother is the Guadeloupean novelist Simone Schwarz-Bart, author of The Bridge of Beyond. His father was French-Jewish author André Schwarz-Bart. The family traveled widely, living in Senegal, Switzerland, and Goyave, Guadeloupe. Jacques Schwarz-Bart was dubbed "Brother Jacques" and his music has incorporated rhythm and blues as well as hip hop influences.
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JACQUES SCHWARZ-BART, LA VOIX DES ANCÊTRES Festival International du Film black de Montréal. JACQUES SCHWARZ-BART, LA VOIX DES ANCÊTRES Festival International du Film black de Montréal. Jacques Schwarz-Bart. We will be launching an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to raise money for Omar Sosa and Jacques Schwarz-Bart to produce a recording (CD) of their new sextet project Creole Spirits. In addition to Omar on piano and Jacques on tenor saxophone, the group is comprised of a vocalist and percussionist from the Santería tradition of Cuba, and a vocalist and percussionist from the Voodoo tradition of Haiti - respectively, singers Martha Galarraga (Galarraga Martha) and Moonlight Benjamin and percussionists Gustavo Ovalles (Gustavo Adolfo Ovalles Palacios) and Claude Saturne.
Jacques Schwarz-Bart (born December 22, 1962 in Les Abymes) is a New York based jazz saxophonist. His father was French Jewish author Andre Schwarz-Bart. The two published a joint novel, Un plat de porc aux bananes vertes, in 1967.
Jacques Schwarz-Bart has produced several personal projects. After a straight-ahead CD entitled "Immersion" came The Brother Jacques Project: a mixture of soul and jazz, with layers of Caribbean rhythms, featuring the vocalist Stephanie McKay. With his 2007 album on Universal, "Soné Ka-La," Schwarz-Bart became one of the first musicians to fully explore the connection between Gwo ka and jazz, two musical styles of the African Diaspora. The project features musicians such as Admiral T and Jacob Desvarieux of Kassav'