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Fish-Scale Sunrise
Available dates from December 5 until 15, 2019

Craig Taborn piano solo
Available dates from December 9 until 15, 2019
Available dates from February 26 until March 5, 2020
Available dates from December 7 until 13, 2020
Available dates from June 1 until August 31, 2020

CRAIG TABORN
piano

“A lot of my interests revolve around trying to extend the boundaries you can create in… there’s a lot to be said for allowing things to arise out of musical necessity in the whole arc of the story being told.”


Hailed by DownBeat as "one of the visionaries of the current wave", pianist Craig Taborn was born in Minneapolis in 1970 and was already active on the jazz scene during his time at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he met drummer and long-term collaborator Gerald Cleaver. They made their ECM debuts together in 1997 with Roscoe Mitchell's Note Factory, and both play in Michael Formanek's quartet, an association documented on the ECM recordings The Rub And Spare Change and Small Places.

 

https://www.ecmrecords.com/artists/1435046836/craig-taborn

 

* Representation only in Spain in collaboration with Ralph Gluch-Jazzproductions. www.gluch.ch


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.


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