Laurian Daire (clavier/piano)

Laurian Daire begins with classical piano and discovers jazz by listening to records of Herbie Hancock and Jaco Pastorius.
After a solid training (first prize for piano-jazz at the Conservatory of Issy-les-Moulineaux, Writing & Analysis at the Conservatory of Versailles, arrangements and harmony at the Conservatory of the 9th district of Paris), he teaches jazz and contemporary; music of Evry Conservatory since 2002.
Passionate about music and 60s-70s keyboards (Hammond organ, Rhodes, Wurlitzer ...), he plays with the quintet of Christopher Beuze and also with the trio of Xavier Llamas (jazz-funk), Benisty (experimental rock) , Volo (song) and work as an arranger for Yann Cole (soul-funk), Romain Lemire (song) and Christophe Vinet (variety).
He also set up its own project 'A Day in the Life' where he reclaims the Beatles’ repertoire accompanied with a trio of cords.