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Salotto jazz all'IIC: Andrea Marcelli con Morten Halle e Jo Fougner Skaansar

Data:

24/01/2019


Salotto jazz all'IIC: Andrea Marcelli con Morten Halle e Jo Fougner Skaansar

Incontro jazz italo-norvegese. Il percussionista e compositore romano Andrea Marcelli torna a suonare ad Oslo, presentando il suo nuovo album "The Invisible Child", un misto con sue composizioni e brani di compositori rinomati quali Giuseppe Verdi. Si presenta insieme a due musicisti di spicco norvegese, il sassofonista lirico Morten Halle e il contrabassista dinamico Jo Fougner Skaansar. Pezzi sia norvegesi che italilani in questo evento speciale di jazz acustico fondato sul dialogo musicale di ritmi e melodie belli ed orecchiabili.  
Il gruppo si è di recente esibito al "5th Eunic Jazz Festival" di Berlino.

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Drummer/Composer Andrea Marcelli was born in Rome and resides in Berlin since 2001. He lived and performed in Los Angeles from '89 to '97 and then in New York until 2001. Marcelli has successfully performed extensively on 5 continents, has two releases as
a leader on Verve/PolyGram and played with musicians such as Wayne Shorter, David Liebman, Bob Mintzer, Ekkehard Wölk, Allan Holdsworth, Markus Stockhausen, Arild Andersen, Eddie Gomez, Mike Stern, Thomas Clausen, Eberhard Weber, Palle Danielsson, Mitchel Forman, Frank Gambale, and others. About 200 of his compositions have been recorded and two of them are included in
"The European Real Book" and "The Digital Real Book part two".

- Wayne Shorter wrote: "Andrea Marcelli's music is vibrant and thought-provoking as today's events. Andrea is such a chameleon. When I first heard his music, it struck me that he played drums,clarinet, percussion, keyboards and composed in a variety of styles
that defied classification, moreover, his display of sensitivity and creative approach to the work produced."

- John Kelman (www.allaboutjazz.com)
....Marcelli's compositions transcend simple melody, transporting the listener to places known and unknown, eliciting hidden emotions... Beyond the Blue represents something of a quantum leap for Marcelli as
a player, but more notably as a writer. There's a maturity of concept,a clarity of vision, that makes Beyond the Blue something of awatershed for Marcelli....

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Morten Halle, saxophones, has played with a large number of Norwegian bands, and has been active internationally with Jon Balkes Magnetic North Orchestra (1992-2002) and Geir Lysne (1999 to 2009). He has also worked as a producer for Sidsel Endresen and Solveig Slettahjell. He has received the Norwegian states three year grant for artists both as a musician and a composer.

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Jo Fougner Skaansar. Bassist, studied the jazz program at Norwegian University of Science and Technology and earned a Master's degree at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. He was awarded the 2006 Postens Talentpris, the 2008 Lillehammer Kommunes Kulturstipend and 2009 Oppland Fylkeskommunes kunstnerstipend.and the 2012 Open class at Landskappleiken together with Camilla Granlien. He collaborated with musicians like Ine Hoem, Espen Berg, Hayden Powell, Andreas Håkestad and others.

Informazioni

Data: Gio 24 Gen 2019

Orario: Alle 18:30

Organizzato da : IIC Oslo

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

IIC Oslo, Oscarsgt. 56

760