Solowshow * live in Kulturladen St Georg
The German-Russian unplugged glamrock Duo Solowshow * plays a special, colorful, eclectic concert in the cultural shop St Georg to celebrate the intercultural message of music. Sung in English, Russian, Japanese, and maybe in an alien language …
Friday 09.02.2018, 20:00, Admission: 5.-
“OPATAN” HOSSEIN DERISZADEH – concert with escaped musicians
Jazzmeile presents: ,, Saxotones “
The powerful sound of the band is characterized by the rather rare combination of tenor and baritone saxophone, supported by a swinging rhythm group of piano, bass and drums. Another, fresh timbre brings the band in the combination of baritone and alto saxophone into play. Stylistically, the music moves within the classic modern jazz between Bop, Cool and Latin.
The repertoire consists mainly of pieces from the 40s to 60s, u.a. by Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Horace Silver, Carlos Jobim and Joe Henderson. In the baritone / alto composition, compositions by Gerry Mulligan are an important focus. But there are also old acquaintances from the fund of the, Great American Songbook ‘, which are presented by the musicians with a clear individual sound and great joy of playing.
At the SummerJazz Festival Pinneberg 2011 the band won first prize in the Mainstream category and offers a varied, lively and intoxicating program. All musicians have been active for many years in the Hamburg jazz scene in very different bands and projects and bring a whole range of
musical experiences with.
The musical home of Duo Trovero (Hendrik Leßmann, Bandoneon and Martín Torres Godoy, piano) is the Tango Argentino in a danceable and concertante form. The musicians span a varied arc from ancient Tango classics to works from the post-Piazzolla era, livened up by excursions into Argentine folklore and film music, complemented by sympathetic moderation. The bandoneon characterizes the sound of the duo with its rough, partly wistful-melancholic, partly expressive-urging voice. Soft sounds as well as rousing expressivity come into play. It is especially important for both musicians to make their own playfulness tangible and to involve the audience in a pleasant atmosphere.