“It takes sharp musical intelligence as well as chutzpah to make Duke Ellington’s Caravan morph into Michael Jackson’s Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough. Jacky Terrasson has both in spades. – The Telegraph
French pianist Jacky Terrasson’s boldly physical playing makes him "one of the few post-bop pianists whose amiable virtuosity can recall Oscar Peterson"(The New York Times), while echoes of Ahmad Jamal inform his almost impossibly light touch and “sublime sense of space” (London Jazz News). Between the sly eclecticism of his jazz and pop re-interpretations, the virtuosity of his rhythmic variations, and his infectious energy, Terrasson is a joyfully masterful artist that blurs lines and stirs souls!