Sa, 28.04.2007, 20:00 Uhr

h7-club für improvisierte musik mit joel grip(sve),sofia jernberg(sve),john hughes,chad popple

Joel Grip - bass Sofia Jernberg(sve)- voice John Hughes - bass Heiner Metzger - piano / reeds Chad Popple - dr., perc. "Joel Grip bowed his bass in aching fashion and Sofia Jernberg let notes pop and blurt from her throat as though coughing fit of tone. This was and is the truth of music." Joel Grip – double bass:Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Joel Grip is a world traveler conversing, via his instrument, with musicians and artists from a wide palette of backgrounds. His massive bass sound, inspired by the growl of earth, has been heard in many cities of Europe as a soloist as well as in various settings/groups – certainly in the pirate-jazz quartet The Jolly-Boat Pirates..... . --John Hughes: (double bass) is an active member of the jazz and improvisation community in Hamburg, performing regularly both in Hamburg and in Germany. John has worked with numerous groups and projects, dancers, poets, artists and light technicians. In Nov. 2004, John curated the first, annual "Phenomorphonic" festival in the Christianskirche, Hamburg. This festival for experimental acoustic and electronic music brought together musicians from New York, Berlin, Switzerland, Italy, and Hamburg. Johns' current associations include the electro/accoustic trio Hughes/Scherzberg/Wiese and his duo collaborations with Italian pianist Alberto Braida and German saxophonist Lars Scherzberg. John also plays in "Rocket No.9", a jazz group which focuses on presenting the music of Sun Ra. Heiner Metzger: https://www.heinermetzger.deChad Popple: also plays in "Rocket No.9", has recorded and toured extensively in USA and Europe with the groups Colossamite, Gorge Trio, and Iceburn Collective. Chad studied percussion at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music (‚90-92), Berklee College of Music (‚92-93), and graduated from University of MN (‚98) with a degree in Ethnomusicology after studying tabla drumming in India (‚95-96) with Ustad Monsour Ali Qadri. >

Eintritt: 5 €
Ort: Blinzelbar