Stéphane Chausse

Stéphane Chausse was born in Menton, in the south of France in 1974. He started playing the clarinet at the age of 7. After brilliant classical studies, he started playing jazz and then learned the saxophone and the flute.

In 2007 he released his first album Rue Longue.

Today he invests his energy mainly in his quartet but also in other formations as a sideman. He also plays EWI in several projects.

He has collaborated with many artists including Natalie Cole, Michel Legrand, Benny Golson, Ray Charles, Marcus Miller, Quincy Jones…

Its
discography

Albums (1)

Rue longue
2007
Instruments
played
Bb/A Clarinet
Signature Bb / A Clarinet

Centered and powerful, the 'Signature' clarinet offers a rich palette of colors.

Bass Clarinet
Low C Privilege bass clarinet

Boehm system, B-flat Privilège Bass Clarinet to low C. The exceptional acoustics are in keeping with the Henri SELMER Paris tradition. The ergonomics and an amazing ease of blowing give a real playing comfort.

Tenor Saxophone
Reference 36 Tenor

The 'Reference 36' features a rich and open tone, in the wake of the 'Balanced Action' made from 1936 onwards.

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