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Gypsy Muse

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Gypsy Muse
Gypsy Muse


Nov 21, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Location GigSpace web listed under Concerts


Beautiful Gypsy Jazz performed by Justin Duhaime (guitar), Andrew Tesolin (guitar) and Normand Glaude (bass).

This is an online performance presented on the GigSpace website

your password and concert link will be included in your ticket confirmation email. Concert length is approximately one hour.

Justin Duhaime: Justin is a passionate guitarist, composer and teacher with a deep commitment to music. He has sold out concerts at various venues and festivals throughout Ottawa. Justin Duhaime is the recipient of the Ottawa Arts Council’s 2018 RBC Emerging Artist Award, the first musician to ever receive the award. As a freelance guitarist Duhaime has performed in a wide array of musical styles. Most recently, he has emerged as a leading figure in the jazz manouche scene in Ottawa with his group Gypsy Muse. Duhaime is fluent in French and English and has been teaching guitar in both languages since 2005. He has a self-published instructional guitar book, published over 300 videos on YouTube, composed over 40 pieces and is sponsored by DK Guitars.

Andrew Tesolin: info coming soon

Normand Glaude: Normand started to play music at the age of 5, when his father gifted him with a diatonic harmonica. Within weeks, he was playing a handful of reels and was performing with his father in retirement homes. In high school, he joined a rock band in need of a bass player, then fell in love with the lower frequencies.

Jazz appeared much later in his career, in his mid-twenties, as Normand transitioned rock to jazz-fusion, then to traditional jazz – going back in time, but now on the double bass. He became obsessed with melodic bass lines, solid time and great grooves, and became the bass player of choice for many artists in the Ottawa region. In the early 2010's, his artistic voice led him back to the chromatic harmonica, an instrument he had neglected for far too long. He now regularly performs both on bass and on the mouth organ.

Normand studied as an electrical engineer, and immensely enjoyed understanding and recording the music. His basement quickly filled up with recording equipment, and eventually built a recording studio with the performing musician in mind. ( So far, he has produced and/or recorded dozens of albums for other artists (some award winning), and has performed on bass and harmonica on many of them. One of the more notable recordings is a collaboration with Tim Bedner, a Berklee alum, called “Of Light and Shadow” - an acclaimed performance.


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