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Aki Takase Japanic
Available dates from November 1 until 10, 2019
Available dates from April 18 until 30, 2020

AKI TAKASE, piano. DANIEL ERDMANN, sax. DJ ILLVIBE. JOHANNES FINK, bass. DAG MAGNUS NARVESEN, drums.

 

* Representation only in Spain in collaboration with Asia Network


MARC RIBOT QUARTET feat Nick Dunston, Chad Taylor, Jay Rodriguez
Available dates from November 4 until 7, 2019

NICK DUNSTON
bajo
MARC RIBOT
guitarra, voz
JAY RODRÍGUEZ
sax & flute
CHAD TAYLOR
drums

 

* Representation only in Spain in collaboration with Saudades.at


Atomic
Available dates from November 13 until 24, 2019
Available dates from April 28 until May 3, 2020
Available dates from October 21 until November 1, 2020

 FREDRIK LJUNGKVIST, reeds.  

MAGNUS BROO, trumpet.

HAVARD WIIK, piano.

INGEBRIGT HAKER-FLATEN, bass.

HANS HULBAEKMO, drums.

 

* Representation only in Spain in collaboration with Danielle Oosterop Music Management. 

 www.oosterop.com


ICP - Instant Composers Pool Orchestra
Available dates from November 9 until 9, 2019
Available dates from November 16 until 17, 2019
Available dates from October 6 until 26, 2020
Available dates from June 1 until July 31, 2020

AB BAARS, clarinete y saxo tenor.  

TOBIAS DELIUS, saxo tenor.

MICHAEL MOORE, saxo alto y clarinete.  

THOMAS HEBERER, trompeta.  

WOLTER WIERBOS, trombón.  

MARY OLIVER, viola.   

TRISTAN HONSINGER, violonchelo.

GUUS JANSSEN, piano, compositor.  

ERNST GLERUM, bajo.  

HAN BENNINK, batería y percusión. 

Más información >

 

* Representation only in Spain, in collaboration with Stichting Icp/
Susanna Von Canon  http://www.icporchestra.com/contact.htm



Atomic & Trondheim Jazz Orchestra
Available dates from November 13 until 24, 2019

Atomic une fuerzas con la “Trondheim Jazz Orchestra”, una de las ensembles de jazz más importantes y creativas de Noruega. Para este proyecto los miembros de Atomic están creando nuevas composiciones para una ensemble de trece músicos, incluiendo a 
 

MAGNUS BROO, trumpet. FREDRIK LJUNGKVIST, baritone and tenor  sax, clarinet. HÅVARD WIIK, piano. INGEBRIGT HAKER FLATEN, bass. JON FÄLT,ADRIAN LOSETH WAADE, violin. LENE GRENAGER, cello.  PER "TEXAS" JOHANSON, SIGNE EMMELUTH, alto sax.  HILD SOFIE TAFJORD, french horn. OLE JORGEN MELHUS, trombone. KYRRE LAASTAD, drums, electronics.

 

ATOMIC
TRONDHEIM JAZZ ORCHESTRA

VIDEOS ATOMIC
VIDEOS TJO


David Torn - Sun of Goldfinger
Available dates from November 14 until December 1, 2019

DAVID TORN
electric guitar
TIM BERNE
alto sax
CHES SMITH
drums

 

NEW ECM ALBUM OUT MARCH 2019 !

https://screwgunrecords.com/album/sun-of-goldfinger

Guitarist-composer David Torn, a longstanding ECM artist, has enjoyed a particularly fruitful 21st-century with the label, releasing two albums under his own name – the solo only sky and quartet disc prezens – in addition to producing records by Tim Berne and Michael Formanek. With Sun of Goldfinger, Torn returns in a trio alongside the alto saxophonist Berne and percussionist Ches Smith (a member of Berne’s Snakeoil band who made his ECM leader debut in 2016 with The Bell). The Torn/Berne/Smith trio, also dubbed Sun of Goldfinger, features alone on two of this album’s three intense tracks of 20-plus minutes; the vast sonic tapestries of “Eye Muddle” and “Soften the Blow” – each spontaneous group compositions – belie the fact that only a trio is weaving them, with live electronics by Torn and Smith expanding the aural envelope. The third track, the Torn composition “Spartan, Before It Hit,” showcases an extended ensemble with two extra guitars, keyboards and a string quartet; it’s an otherworldly creation, ranging from hovering atmospherics to dark-hued lyricism to storming, sky-rending grandeur. The words of LondonJazz, reviewing Sun of Goldfinger live, also suit the band’s debut on record: “This is dangerous music – at times angry, at others blissed-out and illuminating – with its thunderous rumblings… delivering not so much a wash of sound, more a tidal wave.”

Review London Jazz News 2018
Review Ottawa Citizen 2018
Review Rolling Stone
Review and Video

* Representation only in Spain in collaboration with Saudades Tourneen.


TOLV
Available dates from October 25 until November 4, 2019
Available dates from November 11 until 17, 2019
Available dates from May 1 until 31, 2020

"Landskap"

TOLV featuring
Hilde Marie Holsen, trumpet & electronics (no)
Øyvind Hegg-Lunde, drums (no)

PERIODS & AVAILABLE DATES:

* TOLV (DUO) *
AVAILABLE ANYTIME. ASK FOR AVAILABILITY.
ETIENNE LECOMTE 
flutes & electronics
JAIME LUIS PANTALEÓN
electric guitar & electronics

* DUO O TRIO *
From October 25 to November 4, 2019
Duo or possibility to featuring
HILDE MARIE HOLSEN
trumpet
November from 11 to 17, 2019
Duo or possibility to featuring  
ØYVIND HEGG-LUNDE 
drums

* LANDSKAP (QUARTET) *  
Available on tour May 2020. Ask for availability! 
ETIENNE LECOMTE 
flutes & electronics
JAIME LUIS PANTALEÓN
electric guitar & electronics

HILDE MARIE HOLSEN
trumpet

ØYVIND HEGG-LUNDE 
drums


Rodrigo Amado 'This Is Our Language' Quartet
Available dates from October 28 until November 1, 2019

RODRIGO AMADO
saxo
JOE McPHEE
saxo y trompeta
KENT KESSLER
contrabajo
CHRIS CORSANO
batería

 

 

RODRIGO AMADO, JOE MCPHEE, KENT KESSLER & CHRIS CORSANO – A History of Nothing 

 

 

 

 

 

* Representación en España en col·laboración con Oosterop.


Jakob Bro Trio
Available dates from April 23 until May 3, 2020
Available dates from November 22 until 24, 2019

JAKOB BRO, guitar. THOMAS MORGAN, bass. JOEY BARON, drums.

 

 * Representation only in Spain, in collaboration with  Concertbüro Uli Fild: www.fild.de 
 


Ralph Alessi & This Against That
Available dates from November 4 until 13, 2019
Available dates from February 3 until 13, 2020

RALPH ALESSI trumpet.

JON IRABAGON tenor sax.

ANDY MILNE piano.

DREW GRESS double bass.

MARK FERBER drums. 

 

Imaginary Friends
release: February 1, 2019 on ECM Records

Trumpeter Ralph Alessi’s first two ECM albums as a leader – Baida (2013) and Quiver (2016) – justly earned him high praise. The New York Times lauded the “elegant precision and power” of Baida, while The Guardian extolled Quiver, pointing to the leader’s “flawless technique and ability to draw on jazz tradition while avoiding its clichés.” After those quartet discs, Alessi’s third ECM album, Imaginary Friends, presents him fronting a longtime working quintet in its first recording since 2010. Alessi’s bandmates include a kindred spirit in saxophonist Ravi Coltrane, a studio and stage partner of the trumpeter’s since they were students together at the California Institute of the Arts in the late ’80s. They are joined by pianist Andy Milne and drummer Mark Ferber, both making their ECM debuts, plus bassist Drew Gress, who played on Baida and Quiver. The nine Alessi compositions of Imaginary Friends include an irresistible highlight in “Iram Issela” (the title being his 8-year-old daughter’s name spelled backward). The track’s rich seam of bittersweet melody – and exceptional soloing by Coltrane – sets the scene for an album of quicksilver beauty.

Born in 1963, Alessi himself has long been renowned as a musician’s musician, a first-call New York trumpeter who can play virtually anything on sight and has excelled as an improviser in groups led by not only Coleman,Coltrane and Weber but also the likes of Uri Caineand Don Byron, along with duetting with Fred Herschand leading his own groups. Over the past half-decade, Alessi’s prolific composing has ripened, and he has only evolved further as a trumpeter, his gorgeous sound floating expressively above the band or slicing dynamically through it. DownBeat described his playing this way: “Alessi works between the notes, his thoughtful, conversational solos as meditative as a calligrapher’s art, each line free-flowing and declarative but with immaculate shape and beauty.” Praising his abilities as a leader, LondonJazz said: “Alessi’s stock-in-trade is to make the angularities and asymmetries of complex tunes sound natural, to assert their logic, to lead. There is always a sense of direction.”

Reflecting on the making of Imaginary Friends alongside Coltrane, Milne, Gress and Ferber, Alessi concludes: “After all these years of being friends and playing in this band and various others together, it’s great to have arrived at a moment when we could make a record like this for ECM.”

 

* Italian territory in cooperation with Rosalba di Raimondo.  


Dave Burrell Piano Solo
Available dates from October 15 until November 10, 2019
Available dates from April 15 until May 3, 2020
Available dates from April 15 until May 3, 2020

* Dave Burrell Piano Solo
Dave Burrell - piano
Excerpt from the Solo concert at October Revolution in Jazz & Contemporary Music 2017, Philadelphia 

* Representation in collaboration with AKAMU.


Fire! Orchestra
Available dates from November 25 until December 1, 2019

* Representación only in Spain in collaboration with Danielle Oosterop Music Management www.oosterop.com