Gael Horellou


Alto saxophone, composition, arrangements.

Gaël Horellou was revealed to the public what he was still a member of Collectif Mu in Macon (Burgundy, France) in the nineties. His involvement in fusion and electro jazz (Laurent de Wilde, NHX, Cosmik Connection...) made him a major musician and composer on the French Jazz scene.

« Gaël is one of the most creative improvisers of the last ten years. »
Guillaume Bregeras – Jazzman

Abraham Burton


Tenor saxophone.

Inheritor of the great jazz tradition as well as the New York jazz scene, Abraham Burton is a former student of Jackie McLean. He played with Roy Haynes, Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, David Murray, James Carter, Roy Hargrove, Wallace Roney...

As a friend and music partner of drummer Eric McPherson, Abraham Burton has built himself a strong reputation worldwide as a soloist.

Etienne Deconfin



This twenty-three-year old prodigy has already set up several bands. He joined Gaël Horellou’s Quartet in 2009 and they recorded four albums together.

Antoine Paganotti



As a singer for Magma between 2002 and 2010, this eclectic musician can be heard in various jazz and fusion ensembles (Slug, Amnesiac Quartet, Rocé…).

As a music partner of Gaël Horellou for many years, they recorded five albums together.

Viktor Nyberg


Double bass.

Swedish-born exceptionnally gifted musician Viktor Nyberg belongs to the major French Jazz sidemen (Eric Legnini, Baptiste Trotignon, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Eric Le Lann, Pierrick Pédron…).