Lunched Management ampersand Booking

 

 

 
About Lunched
 
Lunched is an international management, booking and consulting agency for musicians, based in Montreal, Canada.  It was founded in 2007 by Jean-Pierre Leduc. Its current management clients include bassist Brandi Disterheft, pianist and percussionist Afrazz Mulji, pianist Tadataka Unno, and blues guitarist Jimi "Primetime" Smith. The company also books concerts for such artists as Swiss minimalist groove band Sonar featuring David Torn, Québec's illustrious saxophonist Yannick Rieu and 19-year-old Turkish piano prodigy Hakan Basar. Lunched books concerts worldwide, excepting the USA.

Hank Jones with JP Leduc 2008
Hank Jones with JP Leduc, 2008

History

Lunched was initially inspired by Leduc’s collaboration with the late violinist Billy Bang, whose acclaimed Vietnam-themed recordings Leduc conceived and co-produced. Subsequently, the opportunity arose to manage jazz piano legend Hank Jones, and their close collaboration and friendship yielded sold-out concerts the world over, and the Grammy-nominated recordings Pleased To Meet You (with Oliver Jones) and Come Sunday, with Charlie Haden. Leduc also managed the late piano giant Cedar Walton, up to his passing in August, 2013; the late vocal legend Mark Murphy; legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb; and pianist Harold Mabern

Lunched Management & Booking Today: Jazz Giants – Present & Future

Lunched built its reputation by representing legendary artists as well as developing artists.
This tradition continues with today's roster which includes percussionist Mino Cinelu; pianist/composer Guy Mintus and acclaimed vocalist Nancy Kelly

Beyond Jazz

Known for its diverse array of talent as well as its focus on presenting both world-renowned and developing musicians, the Lunched roster also includes the 65-member orchestra Sinfonia de Montréal, conducted by Louis Lavigueur.

 
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