Acoustic & Electric Bass - Composer
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Hatim BENMEZIANE played with Electric Hannibal and Cin'Electric in France on several musical projects including music for movie . He moved to California SF East Bay in 2016 and since multiply different musical experience.

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Point San Pablo Harbor

Trio with Joyce Mc Bride, Jeff Pera at the Harbor (1900 Stenmark Drive, Richmond ) at 3pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/340902513187638/

California Jazz Conservatory BERKELEY

Music of E.S.T conducted by Frank Martin

Concert on June 13th 8:00pm at the California Jazz Conservatory

Electric Hannibal’s Music will travel to San Francisco Bay Area !
For an event in one of the greatest Jazz Club in Oakland ( The Octopus Literary Salon ) and with a set mixing original composition and « Cine concert », France will be in the honour 
Claude Lelouch’s movie and Boris Vian will meet our music in a Rendez Vous you can’t miss. ( 24th August 7:00 pm )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skyrci08uG8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kQMdpKy0o0&t=84s

Octopus Literary Salon
2101 Webster Street 
Oakland CA 94612
USA

 

Peter Mustacich : Sax
Alexandre Cauchon : Guitar
Vincent Sendaydiego : Drums
Hatim Benmeziane : Bass

Hatim Benmeziane grew up in a small and amazing village called TREIGNAC ( Correze in France ). This is the place where the magic Jazz Festival "Kind Of Belou" has been created by two music lover:  Thierry Mazaud and Isabelle Vedrenne. 

The village is since 2000 one of the summer jazz center festival that staged many great musicians : Chris Potter, Ursus Minor, Bojan Z, Moutin Reunion...and many others.

Hatim participated to the Electric Hannibal and Cin'Electric  project with Alexandre Cauchon, Frederic Tarral, Arnaud Lalue, Sarah Holtrop, Thomas de Pourquery, Come Huveline, Manu Chehab.

In US he played with the  Constant Time Project with Owen Chen, Peter Mustacich, Vincent Sendaydiego, Jessie Salas

 

  

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