Born in Rennes in 1998, Ewen Grall is a young drummer who moves between Paris and Brussels. Having studied at the CRR de Paris, the Pôle Supérieur Paris Boulogne-Billancourt (PSPBB) and the Conservatoire Royale de Bruxelles, he has been taught by musicians such as Daniel Humair, Joe Quitzke, François Merville, Fabrice Alleman and Manuel Hermia.
Playing in more than a dozen different groups in France, Belgium and the Netherlands (Nota Bene Jazz Quintet, Motto Trio, deuxstep, Guillaume Gillain, Andrew Bolton…), he is also a composer with the Morpho Hecuba Trio project and the trio Brūme with saxophonist Oscar Bineau.
Since 2023, he has been accompanied by the Royal Conservatory of The Hague to develop his projects in the Netherlands.
After studying classical and jazz piano at the Conservatoire de Chambéry, Sylvain Fouché graduated from the Pôle Supérieur de Paris. Benefiting from the teaching of Bojan Z and Émil Spanyi, he is involved in a wide variety of aesthetics without musical barriers, perfecting his skills in jazz, progressive rock and ballroom music. He composes and performs with the groups Petite Lucette, Manon Werner Band and Hazard.
In addition, Sylvain discovered a passion for improvised music when he met Bernard Lubat, during a training course and then at a festival in Uzeste. The idea of being able to express himself freely, the search for a sound and a way of playing that are his own, led him to spend several months in Aarhus, Denmark.
Born in the southern suburbs of Paris, Oscar Bineau is graduated from the CRR de Paris in 2019. During his studies, he had the opportunity to take lessons with great and inspiring saxophonists such as Sylvain Beuf, Jean-Charles Richard, Daniel Erdmann, Peter Weniger…
In 2019 he also takes part in the Osefh Quintet project alongside his father Edouard Bineau, Sébastien Texier, François Constantin and Henri Dorina, with whom he records the album Secret World, released in February 2020.
In October 2020, spurred on by an interest in improvised, contemporary and free jazz, he moved to Germany for two years to pursue his studies at the Jazz-Institut of Berlin. His time in Berlin had a lasting effect on his playing and led him to develop a more personal approach to music.
On his return to France at the end of 2022, he takes part as a performer and composer in two new projects: Morpho Hecuba and trio Brūme. In 2023 he is also hired as a saxophone and jazz teacher in several music schools around Paris.