Thursday, 3.rd june 2010, Bundeskunsthalle

Rebekka Bakken Unplugged

Persönliche Geschichten und norwegische Erzählungen verzauberten das Publikum. Rebekka Bakken erfüllte die Bühne mit Gesang und Gestik, auf Händen getragen von Jesper Nordenström am Flügel und von Sven Lindvall am Kontrabass. Die Atmosphäre im Forum der Bundeskunsthalle war erfüllt von der Innigkeit der drei Musiker, die Zuhörer berührt und betört von der Schönheit der Musik und a...

Claus Fischers Debakel5

Claus Fischers Debakel5  Claus Fischers Debakel5 proved in an impressive way what jazz can do: creating a whole new cosmos by the means of a few rules only . Daniela Panteleit - vocals, reading Niels Klein - tenor saxophone, bass clarinet Hinrich Franck - keyboard, sampler Claus Fischer - bass Hendrick Smock - drums   ...

Anke Engelke

After the energetic trip with Claus Fischer's 5er-Debakel, surprise guest Anke Engelke gave the audience a chance to stretch their legs mentally in the form of two amusing anecdotes, before the journey continued with Rebekka Bakken.  ...

Friday, 4.th june 2010, Brotfabrik

Nils Wogram – Simon Nabatov Duo

Ein virtuoser Tanz, rhythmisch, kraftvoll und dennoch melodiös, beeindruckte das Publikum der Brotfabrik. Begeistert folgten die Hörer der zutiefst intelligenten, kurzweiligen und humorvollen Jazzmusik von Nils Wogram an der Posaune und Simon Nabatov am Flügel. Der Posaunist Nils Wogram und Pianist Simon Nabatov gelten beide auf ihrem Instrument als Ausnahmemusiker. Gemeinsam erschlie...

Sunday, 6.th june 2010, Collegium Leoninum

Rita Marcotulli and Andy Sheppard

Rita Marcotulli und Andy Sheppard  Das intensive, freud- und humorvolle Zusammenspiel von Rita Marcotulli am Fazioli-Flügel und Andy Sheppard mit seinem warmen Saxophonklang berührte. Die Übereinstimmung der beiden Musiker von unglaublicher Schönheit verursachte so manch leises Stöhnen und die ein- oder andere Träne im Publikum. Ein echtes „High End“ wunderbarer Jazzmusik. Rita Marco...

KOKOTOB

Man konnte den Klang förmlich sehen. Die Töne von Taiko Saitos Hölzern und Stäben verschmolz mit dem Flügelspiel von Niko Meinhold ebenso wie mit dem festlich erleuchteten Kirchenraum. Ein virtuoses Spiel, das die Zuhörer und den hohen Raum mit Leichtigkeit (er)füllte. Taiko Saito - Marimba, Vibraphon  Niko Meinhold - Flügel  Tobias Schirmer - Klarinette, Bassklarinette ...

Friday/Saturday, 4./5.th june 2010, Museumsplatz

Inga Lühning & André Nendza

(Brotfabrik| May 3, 2018) Jazz-pop singer Inga Lühning and bass player-composer André Nendza explore a broad spectrum of musical styles from Degenhardt to Michael Jackson. They perform their own material as well as cover versions of other artists – sometimes pure and simple with only voice and bass, sometimes strikingly complex with loops, electric bass, electronic effects, and a bass slit d...

John Scofield’s „Country For Old Men”

(Opernhaus | May 7, 2018) Grammy winner John Scofield has never made a secret of his roots in country and folk music. Now the guitar virtuoso is finally expressing this side of his musical personality. With a strong focus on melody and a humorous touch, country sounds meet the finest modern jazz. John Scofield – guitar Gerald Clayton – keys Vicente Archer – bass Bill Stewart – drums &n...

Ed Motta

(Telekom Forum | 27.4.2018) Ed Motta’s music is a perfect mixture of black jazz and soul. With his powerful baritone voice, his fabulous Rhodes and piano playing, and his seriously funky band, his recordings are irresistible, and the effect is even more powerful in live performance. This Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and entertainer has had a number of radio hits. At Jazzfest Bonn, he wi...

Inga Lühning & André Nendza

(Brotfabrik| May 3, 2018) Jazz-pop singer Inga Lühning and bass player-composer André Nendza explore a broad spectrum of musical styles from Degenhardt to Michael Jackson. They perform their own material as well as cover versions of other artists – sometimes pure and simple with only voice and bass, sometimes strikingly complex with loops, electric bass, electronic effects, and a bass slit d...

John Scofield’s „Country For Old Men”

(Opernhaus | May 7, 2018) Grammy winner John Scofield has never made a secret of his roots in country and folk music. Now the guitar virtuoso is finally expressing this side of his musical personality. With a strong focus on melody and a humorous touch, country sounds meet the finest modern jazz. John Scofield – guitar Gerald Clayton – keys Vicente Archer – bass Bill Stewart – drums &n...

Ed Motta

(Telekom Forum | 27.4.2018) Ed Motta’s music is a perfect mixture of black jazz and soul. With his powerful baritone voice, his fabulous Rhodes and piano playing, and his seriously funky band, his recordings are irresistible, and the effect is even more powerful in live performance. This Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and entertainer has had a number of radio hits. At Jazzfest Bonn, he wi...