Born in Toulouse in 2002, Freddy Morezon is a collective of artists and musicians active in the edges of jazz and improvised music. Their artistic line is asserted through multiple projects that cross aesthetics and cultures, with a true desire to reach all kinds of audience. To say things differently, to surprise, to propose and explore the cross-roads… is what constitutes Freddy Morezon’s original identity.
Freddy Morezon accompanies projects (Bedmakers, No Noise No Reduction, Sweetest Choice, Facteur Sauvage, Aquaserge in orchestra, Ostaar Klaké, Iana, Cannibales & Vahinés, Le Tigre des Platanes...) and artists (Marc Démereau, Christine Wodrascka, Robin Fincker, Mathieu Sourisseau, Sébastien Cirotteau, Fabien Duscombs, Didier Kowarsky, Florian Nastorg, Marc Maffiolo...). The musicians of the collective share a common taste for openness and departitioning. They bring to life an engaged music that ventures freely into the fields of jazz and also rock, punk, world music, slam and contemporary music… All within full spirit of improvised music.
Five activity sector
Production : Research for partners and financial supports for a creative process in professional conditions.
Promotion / booking : 17 years of activity assure Freddy Morezon’s a strong booking network on both national and international scales.
Record label : Facing the artistic richness and originality of the collective, Freddy Morezon creates its own record label Mr Morezon in 2006. Today it has about twenty albums distributed by Orkhêstra International. Freddy Morezon also works with labels Buda Musique, NoT A PuB, Babel Label and Tractor Notown.
Cultural Mediation : In their will to come out of the form of frontal representation, the artists of the collective develop projects in which creation, diffusion, and transmission meld into interaction with diverse publics overlap.
Since October 2017, the Freddy Taquine events, express the collective’s creativity - a constant research and ferment of ideas. These events are an occasion to invite other artists and musical collectives that are connected to Freddy Morezon through the share of complicity and artistic views.
Jean-Baptiste Bucau, Guillaume Mounié, Pierre Fleygnac, Piéro Pépin, Fabien Duscombs, Sophie Bernard, Julien Leslé, Alain Julien, Benoît Guillaume, Gilles Vidal, Emmanuel Bles, Titi Costes, Bob Mauranne, Boris Have, Stephanie Ailloud, Framboise Esteban, Jean-Guy Chenu, Pieter Offringa, David Gaborit, Rémi Angeli, Hannes Schneider, Mandy Valentine, Jean-Yves Perraudin, François Serveau, AngelosDelsis, Laurent Moulédous, Pierre-Olivier Boulant, Isabelle Gonnaud, Hélène Collon, Juan Carlos Hernandez, Laura Mandretta, Séverine Juillet, Bertrand Fraysse, Sarah Innocenti, Marion Piel, G. W. Sok, Julien Bourgeois, Robin Kobrynski, Saul Memeteau, Franck Morinière, Sylvain Gripoix, Olia Eichenbaum, Franck Alix, Eela Laitinen
Leïla Morouche, Claire Hugonnet, Christina Hallström, Fabien "Fabix" Rabeaux, Eric Le Pottier, Jonas Lopez, Paul Hemerick, Karine Pain
Marion Piel and Sarah Innocenti