Jean-Louis Baudoin

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Jean-Louis Baudoin, a confirmed Jazz double bassist, managed artists such as Dexter Gordon, Roland Kirk, Bernard Peiffer, Charles Lloyd with Keith Jarrett at a certain period in the mid-60s.

He then got involved in free jazz (with a.o. the saxophonist John Van Rymenant), and in 1969, he joined the group of the American trumpeter Doug Lucas, “Four and More”.

Over the years, he has performed and/or recorded with such artists as a.o. Toots Thielemans, Dexter Gordon, Tete Montoliu, Jacques Pelzer, René Thomas, Nathalie Loriers, Jeanfrançois Prins, Éric Legnini and Félix Simtaine.

A consummate jazz musician, a doctor in law, a self-entitled “Funraiser”, a “Toqued” restaurant owner, an award-winning copywriter, the inventor of the “Shapership” Concept (the list goes on…), Jean-Louis Baudoin is a real Renaissance Man, having been described as a “Cultural “Third man”, capable of building bridges between Cultures” in a thesis written at the University of Illinois back in 1965.

Baudoin is unstoppable, and currently helps people and organizations boost the mindsets and skillsets they need to truly innovate and build a Sustainable Creative Culture.

Jean-Louis Baudoin is a lecturer in Creative Thinking at the Solvay Business School IT Section since 2002.

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Jeanfrançois Prins, who cuts here his first CD, is a JAZZ guitarist, thoroughly bred from the right sources. He already has a very personal sound and picking style.
JF, we are expecting a lot from you! (and your partners...) - BRAVO" - Toots Thielemans