Marc Boutillot

Marc Boutillot

Marc Boutillot leads the group LANDS with Dexter Goldberg on keyboards, Jean-Baptiste Perraudin on drums and Philippe Monge on double bass, flute and vocals, a Quartet Lumière sur la nuit with Léonida Fava, guitar, Philippe Monge, double Bass and Julien Augier, drums, a Trio with Sébastien Béliah (double bass) and Frédéric Delestré (drums), the Turntablism Jazz Duo with DJ JMDee, the Kirbout duo with Shankar Kirpalani (cello and double bass), the group NDZ with Léonida Fava (guitar) and Ivan Réchard (double bass)... Member of the Baermann Clarinet Sextet and the Acrobatic Bear collective, he also participates in the groups Istanbul Influences, Rouge Debout, Expire... with François Wong (saxophone).

Composer-musician-actor of the company Le Tétras Lyre (from 2002 to 2011) with the shows Rêve de poule, the quintet L'acrospire volant (with Franck Delatour, actor, Mathias Castagné, guitar, Sébastien Béliah, double bass, and Frédéric Delestré, drums), La Ville de Valentin (ecological tale, puppets and clarinets), Le Jardin de Jeanne (musical tale) and a solo, Improvisation on Ardennes Haïkus.

He is also the composer of the music for Frédéric Sauzay's film Lumière sur la nuit (2015 Mécanos Productions) and Pleins feux sur Maurice Ronet (2019 Mécanos Productions).

Marc Boutillot organizes and animates a jazz workshop and stage presence, with Franck Delatour, within the framework of the Rencontres (Festival) ...Jazz is here! in Charleville-Mézières, of which he was the programmer from 2007 to 2010.

He also organizes and animates a Jazz Orchestra practice workshop in Granville (beginning of July) with Léonida Fava and Ivan Réchard (from 2011 to 2014), and in Montreuil.

Teacher at the ARPEJ jazz school, he is also an technical advisor for Henri SELMER Paris.

Marc Boutillot has already performed in various Parisian venues (Sunset, Sunside, Duc des Lombards, le Triton...) and several festivals (Flâneries Musicales de Reims, Val de Jazz in Sancerre, Rhino Jazz Festival in Rive de Gier, Festival d'Enghien les Bains, Jazzin' Cheverny...), and abroad as in Belgium, Germany, Austria, Spain and Venezuela.