Swiss jazz pianist Colin Vallon makes contemporary innovative jazz with a lot of atmosphere, a post-bop sense of improvisation, and a totally fresh undertake rhythmic interplay. Blessed in Lausanne in 1980, Vallon examined jazz privately before searching for the Swiss Jazz College at age group 18. With the past due ’90s, he was executing regularly along with his very own trio in Switzerland and somewhere else in European countries. He released his debut single record, Les Ombres, on Device in 2004. His sophomore work, Ailleurs, made an appearance in 2007 on Hatology. As Vallon’s profile grew, he garnered many awards like the Fridl-Wald Basis Prize, and got third put in place the Montreux International Jazz Piano Single Competition. In 2008 he received the Nico Kaufmann Basis Prize and in ’09 2009 he earned the Pro Helvetia high-priority jazz advertising. When not carrying out, Vallon teaches in the Bern College or university from the Arts. In 2011, Vallon released his 4th studio work, Rruga, on ECM along with his long-standing trio offering bassist Patrice Moret and drummer Samuel Rohrer. In 2012, Rohrer remaining and was changed by Julian Sartorius. The pianist and his trio moved into Oslo’s Rainbow Studio room in 2013 and surfaced with Le Vent, released in March of 2014. The group toured internationally, playing celebrations in European countries, Canada, america, Japan, and South Korea. That same yr, Vallon made up the music for choreographer Martin Zimmermann’s Hallo, and got part within the creation from the documentary film Gossenreiter. In 2015, Vallon started a residency at Bee-Flat, Bern’s leading jazz and globe music golf club. He shown three fresh musical tasks there: Ocre, a psychedelic rock and roll quartet with Matthieu Michel on trumpet, Flo Götte on bass, and Domi Chansorn on drums; Coriolis, a minor improv quartet with vocalist Pleasure Frempong, electronicist Strotter Inst, and clarinetist Hans Koch; and “Fauna,” a structure for cellos, harps, saxophones, and drums, influenced by the pet globe. Vallon’s jazz trio moved into a Lugano documenting studio room in early 2016 with maker Manfred Eicher. Several months later on, the pianist was nominated to get a Swiss Music Reward. The group’s 6th recording, Danse, was released by ECM in early 2017.