Daniel Migliosi Quintet: laureate of the Programme Propulsion 2022
The Daniel Migliosi Quintet (LU) and the Hugo Diaz Quartet – Confluences (FR) were selected for the first edition of Propulsion, a cross-border accompanying programme for young musicians from Luxembourg and the Région Grand-Est (France). This programme aims to support two young pre-emerging jazz bands in their structuration, more specifically in the recording of an EP.
This programme will be carried out by the musicians of the French Band OZMA and the Compagnie Tangram, as well as Maxime Bender, saxophone player, composer and managing director of the Trifolion (Echternach). The project counts numerous partners, notably neimënster, the Oeuvre de Secours Grande Duchesse Charlotte, Jazzdor and Jazzus. As part of its missions to support Luxembourg artists in their career development, Kultur | lx will allow the laureates of Propulsion to access its workshops.
About the Daniel Migliosi 5tet
The young quintet around Daniel Migliosi presents a mix of traditional hard bop with modern jazz elements on stage, which results in their own sound and invites the audience to a journey among diverse atmospheres. With Adrian Gallet on saxophone, Benedikt Göb on piano, Jan Blikslager on bass and Mathieu Clément on drums, Daniel Migliosi devotes himself to his own compositions.
Besides an inspiration time at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne, the five musicians share the common need to continuously enrich their personal and new ideas. The exchange, the musical interests and the friendship result in an expressive and interactive performance. Original compositions inspired by the USA “young lions” allow a perfect musical exchange between the Cologne “young lions”.
About Daniel Migliosi
Daniel Migliosi, born in 2004, started his musical education at the age of nine. Born in a family of musicians, he went to the Conservatory of Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg, to develop further musically. In his initially classical career, he won several first prizes at “Concours Jeunes Solistes” and played concerts throughout Europe, as a soloist, with orchestras or brass ensembles.
In 2019, he received a scholarship from “Brass Week Samedan” in Switzerland, where he was able to study with renowned teachers. Already in his early youth, he took his first steps as a jazz musician and quickly made a name for himself on the Luxembourg jazz scene.
In 2020, his band Retrospective 5tet played several big concerts where they had the chance to be the opening act for Kyle Eastwood 5tet. In November 2022, Daniel Migliosi will release his first album Left on scene (Mons Records). He is also the founder of the Daniel Migliosi 5tet, which gathers drian Gallet (tenor saxophone), Benedikt Göb (piano), Jan Blikslager (bass) and Mathieu Clement (drums).