Lazuli, a band from the south of France, was formed in 1998. Somewhere between rock, progressive rock and world music, poetry and travel, the remarkable music of Lazuli visit new territories with a rather unusual instrumentation: marimba, French Horn, drums, percussions, guitars, vocals… But also and especially a unique instrument created by Claude Leonetti: the Léode*. For Lazuli’s musicians, songs are canvases on which they mix colors to paint their own world. The floating voice, playing with words, sings out ‘man’ in all of his facets. Lazuli brings atypical notes of originality to France’s musical scene and carries them across it’s borders… On stage, Lazuli uplifts and bewitches…


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Dominique LEONETTI

Vocals, guitars 12 and 6 strings
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Gédéric BYAR

Guitar
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Claude LEONETTI

Léode
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Romain THOREL

Keyboards & French horn
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Vincent BARNAVOL

Drums, perc & marimba