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A highlight for every festival
Jazz – The Story
Celebrating 100 years of jazz recording
An exiting trip throught the history of jazz
Jazz – The Story will be a 90-minute multimedia performance of live music, narration, and historic images. A 10-piece ensemble consisting of some of the top jazz musicians on the scene today will perform musical examples of each style. Great international starmusicians are performing this show, the line up is confirmed.The band is guiding you through the history of jazz from Blues to Ragtime to Swing to Bebop to Cool. The 1950s and 60s were a particularly fertile time for jazz, with many genres emerging. There was Louis Armstrong, the most influential figures in Jazz, the Hard Bop of Miles Davis and Art Blakey; the Modal Jazz of Miles and John Coltrane; Soul Jazz, with many Hard Bop musicians adopting this style; and the Bossa Nova craze. Latin Jazz and Free or Avant-Garde Jazz, pioneered by Ornette Coleman, also developed during this period. After delving into these earlier jazz movements, the program moves on to Fusion and Post-Bop, and finally, reflects on the many different styles of jazz being played today. The band is going with you through a long travel, giving you also the opportunity to understand the history of this amazing music which has doing many steps. 1917 was recorded in New York the first album with a band from New Orleans, over 100 years we have the music covered.
1 Vincent Herring: alto, soprano, flute, clarinet, bandleader
2 Jon Faddis: trumpet
3 Jeremy Pelt: trumpet
4 Eric Alexander: tenor
5 James Carter: tenor / baritone/ flute / clarinet
6 Steve Turre: trombone/ shells
7 Mike LeDonne: piano / keyboards
8 David Williams: bass / electric
9 Carl Allen: drums
10 Nicholas Bearde: voice / narrations
Romero Trio / Quartet new CD available
Romero, guit, voc, cajon; Dudu Penz, e-bass; Rodrigo Rodriguez, per, in Quartet with Kestutis Vaiginis sax and flute
the success of the International world-latin music sensation and Grammy Winner Romero is enorme. Romero has done several tours with Al Di Meola and Paco di Lucia, the famous guitar Trio. Grammy Winner and 3 times Grammy nominated. New CD is just out.Spiced with the exotic traditions that infuse flamenco-gypsy, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean folk interwoven with textures of classical, jazz, and latin rhythms, composer and guitarist Hernan Romero's music is both sophisticated and accessible. It is sensuous, passionate, romantic and inescapably infectious.
Romero Trio strings and Air new CD available
Romero guit, voc; Kestutis Vaiginis sax and flute; Carmen Estevez cajón and voc
Additional string quartet
Barbara Dennerlein Blues and Latin Jazz Project
Jazz Organ like you've never heard it! Dennerlein's new project featuring the world-renowned guitarist and Grammy Winner Romero from New York (Al di Meola, Paco de Lucia, John McLaughlin) and the fabulous percussionist and drummer Rodrigo Rodriguez (Carlos Santana, George Benson, Eddie Palmieri ) from Columbia, swings, moans, rocks, and rolls through blues, latin and the various sub-genres of jazz music
possible a show like this:
60 min. Barbara Dennerlein – Pius Baschnagel, drums
45 min. ROMERO solo, guitar, cajon, vocal
60 min. all 3 musicians together
Franco Ambrosetti All Stars new CD is available, 75 birthday from Franco 2016
Franco Ambrosetti, tp; Gianluca Ambrosetti, ss; Greg Osby, as; Dado Moroni, p; Buster Williams, b; Carl Allen, dm
After the rain is the title of this new CD when the intention to honour the deep influence that the genius of John Coltrane has had on most of the musicians in Franco’s generation. His infinite search for new ways of expression, this music has a name: Coltrane Mood. Franco is also available in Duo or 5tet
Franco Ambrosetti All Stars new CD on itunes
Sangoma Everett Trio & special guest Enrico Rava and Grégoire Maret or Olivier Ker Ourio
Drummer Sangoma Everett recorded his new Trio with Bastien Brison Brison - piano & Christophe Lincontang - bass
Now he has decided to show case his new group with 2 amazing guest: Enrico Rava & Gregoire Maret, harmonica, or Olivier Ker Ourio, harmonica.
"This hugely popular trumpet player almost single-handedly brought Italian jazz to international attention. He began playing Dixieland trombone in Turin, but after hearing Miles Davis http://www.allmusic.com/artist/miles-davis-mn0000423829 , switched instruments and embraced the modern style. Other key meetings were with Gato Barber http://www.allmusic.com/artist/gato-barbieri-mn0000191680 , with whom he recorded movie soundtracks in 1962, and Chet Baker http://www.allmusic.com/artist/chet-baker-mn0000094210
Gregoire Maret is one of the most sought after harmonica players in the world: often compared to legends Toots Thielemans and Stevie Wonder, he has been asked to play with an incredible number of famous musicians including Youssn’Dour, Me' Shell Ndegeocello, Pete Seeger, David Sanborn, George Benson, Cassandra Wilson, to name a few. Grégoire toured with the Pat Metheny Group Pat http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Metheny_Grou , receiving a Grammy for Best Contemporary Jazz Album for their album The Way Up http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Way_Up . He also won the Jazz Journalists Association ‘Player of the Year Award’.
Olivier Ker Ourio with his own projects
Enrico Rava 4tet, Wild Dance
Enrico Rava, tp , flgh; Francesco Dioti, guit; Gabriele Evangelista, bass; Enrico Morello, dm
Enrico Rava, tireless as usual, no matter he’s 75, is leading a brand new quartet calling by his side three very young talents and giving life to the “RAVA NEW 4ET” project.
WILD DANCE. Enrico Rava's brand new ECM album, was out on september 2015 and it's already became a success.
Francesco Diodati belongs to the large crowd of young italian jazz musicians in rising (not only national) success.
The most peculiar aspects of his “artistic way of living music” are: strogly clear ideas and a strict desire to share his musical language with other musicians belonging to his generation.What Diodati gives to jazz music is a contemporary approach in which the sense of history and a huge auditory universe live side by side.
Electronic effects, wisely used and built on skillfully technical competence of acustic and electric guitar, reflect a new idea of music that expand “six strings” physical
research, from jazz to the rest of musical universe.
Booking for Scandinavia and East of Europe
Chico Freeman +tet: with the USA musicians: Chico Freeman, sax, ss; Luke Carlos O.Reilly, piano; Kenny Davis, bass; Nasheet Waits, dm; Reto Weber, exotic perc
After living and working in Europe for the last decade, innovative saxophonist Chico Freeman makes his long-awaited return to the United States in May, with a special two set performance at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola in New York City on Thursday, May 19 at 7:30pm and 9:30pm. The full performance will be live-streamed at Jazz.org/live. Marking this auspicious homecoming, the creative and trailblazing artist will celebrate with the domestic release of his tour-de-force album Spoken Into Existence (Jive Music, May 13, 2016). Freeman’s stateside return offers more cause for celebration, as he introduces audiences to his new ensemble:
Miroslav Vitous, solo, Duo, Trio or 5tet, Remember Wheater Report
A lot of improvisation from this well known friends. Can be Duo or Trio with Emil Viklicky, p; and/ or John Abercrombie, g; and / or Jiri Stivin, fl;
Quintet with Gary Campbell, sax; Robert Bonisolo, as; Aydin Esen, keyboard; Roberto Gatto, dm (improvisation on remember Weather Report, new CD ECM)
Emil Viklicky Trio
Emil Viklicky, piano; Peter Dvorsky, bass; Jiri Stivin Jr., drums http://www.viklicky.com
An emotional depth rooted in Moravian folk music has led Emil to be called "the Janacek of Jazz". Dynamic and textural subtlety lie at the heart of Emil Viklicky´s greatness. /Chris Parker - The Times, London. Trio is affectingly lyrical when addressing their speciality material, Moravian folk songs. /Euan Dixon, Cheltenham. Emil Viklicky Trio has the same collective energy of Esbjorn Svensson trio, though without the electronics and rock input. /John Fordham, The Guardian, London/
Reto Weber – perc, bandleader ; Nino G – human beatbox, Chico Freeman - ts, ss, voc; Dany Martinez – guitar, Michel Alibo – bass, Guests: Gilad Atzmon, Craig Harris. Squeezeband is immersing in a new Musical World with multicolored stiles, is bringing Jazz, Rock and worldmusic to travel with, to dream, to listen and just have great fun with this spezial line up from Jazz to Hip Hop and back with Nino G, the best beatboxer from Europe, Chico Freeman
With its roots deep in the Caribbean and with the heart of a classic jazz quartet, Sakésho brings sophistication, spontaneity, and soulful energy to the stage - four musicians who have come together as one voice. All four members compose for the group. Mario Canonge, Michel Alibo, and Jean Philippe Fanfant are masters of the traditional music of Martinique and Guadeloupe, add to that the spice of Andy Narell’s steel pans, and you have a unique blend of jazz and groove. Like their name says – ‘It’s gonna be hot!’
Sakésho recorded two albums for Heads Up International – the self titled ‘Sakésho – It’s Gonna Be Hot,’ and ‘We Want You to Say,’ and has played concerts and festivals throughout the USA, Europe, and the Caribbean.
Jasper van’t Hof – Reto Weber Duo with special guest
Musically they understand each other blind ! In conjunction with borderless instrumental mastery, breathtaking sounds and rhythms. A mix of van't Hof his meditative warmmelodyfeel in connection with heavey grooves and Weber as a big contrast with shillings income and sharp percussion instruments plus virtuoso technique. The rapid interaction's with huge contrasts give the audience to sit on one occasion a feeling of being in a carousel which high speed drastically goes out the other direction..... than to slip on a cloud through a peaceful sky.
Visuality's all over. Brainwash.
The new CD FEATURING will be out the end of this year. We have 20 musicians on our list, they have agreed to play with the Duo. It is after your choice with whom you will have the Duo
World Peace Trio
Gilad Atzmon, sax/clarinet, electronics; Kamal Musallam, oud, acoustic and electric guitar; Dwiki Dharmawan, acoustic piano, synth
As the drums of war beating and peace may seem more and more like an exotic dream, World Peace Trio has managed to bridge the divide. Indonesian piano maestro Dwiki Dharmawan, oud star Kamal Musallam and woodwind virtuoso Gilad Atzmon have untied to give beauty a new transforming meaning. An Indonesian Muslim, a Palestinian Christian and an ex Israeli ex Jew have united to make peace and harmony into a new poetic reality and totally new sound with roots in Gamelan and the Middle Eastern blend into inspirational waves of free spirit of contemporary modern jazz.
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