Jazz in Hamburg - Modern & Free Jazz Live Konzerte


 


Ab dem 13. Dezember 2017 finden alle Konzerte im Uebel&Gefährlich im Turmzimmer statt.

Unsere neue Adresse ab dem 13. Dezember 2017:
Feldstraße 66 BUNKER, 20359 Hamburg
(rechter Eingang IV Stock)


Die Veranstaltung am 06. Dezember 2017 fällt leider aus.


 

VERANSTALTUNGEN


SCANDINAVIAN NIGHT

Datum:01.11.2017
20:00

Fredrik Lundin Quintett
Tomasz Dabrowski – tp
Petter Hängsel – tb
Fredrik Lundin – sax
Joel Illerhag – b
Anders Provis –dr

Yes Deer
Signe Dahlgreen – sax
Karl Bjorå – guit
Anders Vestergaard – dr

Fredrik Lundin Quintett
Fünf Freunde auf neuen Abenteuern
! For his new Scandinavian/Polish group, Danish saxophone player, composer and bandleader Fredrik Lundin has gathered around him four of Copenhagen‘s most prolific young musicians.
! The music is a bubbling hot stew, oozing 50 years of musical impressions, from Bela Bartok to James Blake, from T Bone Burnett to Jon Balke, from Leadbelly to Paul Bley - a colorful explosion of music, managed with gusto by Polish trumpeter Tomasz Dabrowski (http:/www.tomdabrowski.com/), the two Swedes: Petter Hängsel on trombone and Joel Illerhag on bass (http://joelillerhag.com/) , and the two Danes: Anders Provis on drums and Lundin himself on saxophones.
! A small band with a large sound, 5 great improvisers playing a music, that to the utmost degree utilizes every possible sound of the instrumentation as well as each musicians potential as improviser.

Listen:
https://soundcloud.com/fredrik-lundin/sets/five-go-adventuring-again

Watch:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLj-hhRry4hvacfMcyyjZ-ZSqbXj6OSgUB

About Fredrik Lundin:
Saxophonist, flutist, composer and band leader Fredrik Lundin is one of the major jazz profiles of his generation in Scandinavia. Since arriving on the Danish Jazz scene in 1981 this elegant and explosive musician has been searching relentlessly into the realms of contemporary music, respecting no boundaries. A truly original and virtuoso voice, performing in bands around Europe, such as his own 5 Go Adventuring Again, Offpiste
Gurus and Fredrik Lundin Overdrive, as well as in the improv-trio Sound of Choice with Hasse Poulsen, Marilyn Mazur Group, and Jon Balke magnetic North Orchestra.
He has released 12 albums as a leader, the latest with Offpiste Gurus on Enja/Yellowbird Records.
He‘s received numerous prizes and awards, among them two Danish Music Awards (Grammys) for best jazz release of the year, and the Ben Webster Prize for his musicianship.

_Yes Deer_ ist die Reibung zwischen Intellekt und Libido, pre und post, Kollektivismus und Individualismus, eine Kakophonie geschriebener Klangtexturen, manischem Hämmern und explosiv verzerrtem Gequietsche. Ein Kunstwerk enthusiastischer Verzweiflung dreier Berserker auf Speed.

https://soundcloud.com/yes-deer



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Free Jazz ist einerseits ein historischer Begriff für (harmonisch) freies Improvisationsspiel im Jazz seit den 1960er Jahren. Andererseits ist es ein bis heute ausstrahlendes Paradigma, das die Möglichkeit zur freien Entfaltung immer neuer Formen im Jazz und auch darüber hinaus (etwa in der Intuitiven Musik) bereithält. Der Begriff selbst kann zu Missverständnissen führen, da eine Freiheit in Bezug auf die herkömmlichen Spielhaltungen des Jazz nur bedingt genutzt wird und es neben einer völligen Freiheit in der Form (Free Form Jazz) durchaus Improvisationen gibt, die auf Kompositionen und kompositionsähnlichen Absprachen über Strukturen beruhen.


Free jazz is an approach to jazz music that was first developed in the 1950s and 1960s as musicians attempted to alter, extend, or break down jazz convention, often by discarding fixed chord changes or tempos. Though the music of free jazz composers varied widely, a common feature was dissatisfaction with the limitations of bebop, hard bop, and modal jazz that had developed in the 1940s and 1950s. Often described as avant-garde, free jazz has also been described as an attempt to return jazz to its primitive, often religious, roots and emphasis on collective improvisation.