With 15 studio albums released, Ibrahim Maalouf went from prizewinner of the greatest international classical trumpet competitions around the world to becoming the most popular jazzman of the French musical scene. Selling out the Volkswagen Arena in Istanbul, the Lincoln Jazz Center in New York City, as well as the Kennedy Center in Washington, he became, in 2016, the first jazzman in history to have sold out the largest concert venue in France, the AccorArena of Paris Bercy. Scouted by living legend Quincy Jones, and described by the New York Times as a “virtuoso”, Ibrahim has worked over the years with Wynton Marsalis, Angélique Kidjo, Melody Gardot, the Kronos Quartet, and many more. In 2021, he made an appearance on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert alongside Jon Batiste, who presented him as a “living legend of jazz”. Over a few years, the musician, film score composer and multiple times award-winner (Victoires de la Musique, Césars, Lumières…) has become a compelling artist and a symbol for intercultural dialogue. Once again where you least expected him, with his 16th album Capacity to Love, Ibrahim Maalouf wants to make an impression with brand new, surprising, and innovative popular music.