Vilnius Mama Jazz

Vilnius Mama Jazz

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11.19

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19:00

Vilnius Mama Jazz NEIL COWLEY TRIO (GB) | PHAROAH SANDERS QUARTET (USA)

Vilnius, Lietuvos nacionalinis dramos teatras

nuo 9,90 €

Neil Cowley Trio (Great Britain)

Neil Cowley - piano

Rex Horan - bass

Evan Jenkins - drums

"A smart splicing of punchy themes and chord-belting, rock-piano climaxes… it's hard to resist its eager warmth, and invitation to dance" (The Guardian)

Cowley has created a unique trademark sound that delivered powerful music of massive dynamic range and contrasts – where ferociously forceful, hook-laden melodies sit side by side with reflective, tender pieces capable of heart-shattering tenderness.

The trio - with Australian Rex Horan on bass and New Zealander Evan Jenkins on drums – are renowned for captivating live performances which have at their heart Cowley’s marvellously English wit and remarkable rapport with his audience. They tour internationally and have appeared at the world’s most prestigious jazz festivals.

Dubbed "Jazz for Radiohead fans", Neil Cowley Trio’s rip-roaring riffs and thrilling climaxes sit side by side with delicate heart-shattering whisperings. Their deeply dynamic and captivating live shows have earned them the reputation as one of the genres most exciting live bands. A dazzling pianist and outstanding composer, classically trained Neil Cowley has released six highly acclaimed albums with his trio. In the meantime, Cowley has become the go-to piano man for soul and pop acts that require a jazz technique and rhythmic suppleness to their artful pop hits. His work with Grammy-winner Adele has made him quite literally 2011’s most listened to pianist on the planet.

"In a jazz world full of introverts, Cowley is a rare musical extrovert, someone who can actually communicate with a broader audience. It’s something to cherish." (The Guardian)

"There is genuine vision here." (The Sunday Times)

Pharoah Sanders Quartet (USA)

Pharoah Sanders - tenor saxophone

William Henderson - piano

Oli Hayhurst - bass

Gene Calderazzo - drums

Pharoah Sanders possesses one of the most distinctive tenor saxophone sounds in jazz. Harmonically rich and heavy with overtones, Sanders’ sound can be as raw and abrasive as it is possible for a saxophonist to produce. Yet, Sanders is highly regarded to the point of reverence by a great many jazz fans. Although he made his name with expressionistic, nearly anarchic free jazz in John Coltrane’s late ensembles of the mid-’60s, Sanders’ later music is guided by more graceful concerns.

The hallmarks of Sanders’ playing at that time were naked aggression and unrestrained passion. In the years after Coltrane’s death, however, Sanders explored other, somewhat gentler and perhaps more cerebral avenues — without, it should be added, sacrificing any of the intensity that defined his work as an apprentice to Coltrane.

Pharoah Sanders (his given name, Ferrell Sanders) was born into a musical family. Sanders’ early favorites included Harold Land, James Moody, Sonny Rollins, Charlie Parker, and John Coltrane. Known in the San Francisco Bay Area as “Little Rock” Sanders soon began playing bebop, rhythm & blues, and free jazz with many of the region’s finest musicians, including fellow saxophonists Dewey Redman and Sonny Simmons, as well as pianist Ed Kelly and drummer Smiley Winters. In 1961, Sanders moved to New York, where he struggled. Unable to make a living with his music, Sanders took to pawning his horn, working non-musical jobs, and sometimes sleeping on the subway. During this period he played with a number of free jazz luminaries, including Sun Ra, Don Cherry, and Billy Higgins.

In 1964, Coltrane asked Sanders to sit in with his band. The following year, Sanders was playing regularly with the Coltrane group. Coltrane’s ensembles with Sanders were some of the most controversial in the history of jazz. Their music represents a near total desertion of traditional jazz concepts, like swing and functional harmony, in favor of a teeming, irregularly structured, organic mixture of sound for sound’s sake. Strength was a necessity in that band, and as Coltrane realized, Sanders had it in abundance.

Sanders made his first record as a leader in 1964. After John Coltrane’s death in 1967, Sanders worked briefly with his widow, Alice Coltrane. From the late ’60s, he worked primarily as a leader of his own ensembles.

In the decades after his first recordings with Coltrane, Sanders developed into a more well-rounded artist, capable of playing convincingly in a variety of contexts, from free to mainstream. Some of his best work is his most accessible. As a mature artist, Sanders discovered a hard-edged lyricism that has served him well.

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Vilnius Mama Jazz, a renowned festival among Lithuanian jazz enthusiasts, annually provides a unique opportunity to experience the highest quality performances of European and American jazz musicians.

The 16th edition of the festival will be held for five days in four stages. Festival Pass for a whole festival - http://tiketa.lt/LT/vilnius_mama_jazz__festivalio_pasas_17276

Quality, originality, and relevance are the fundamental factors unifying the diversity of the colorful and stylistically limitless program of this festival.

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Daugiau informacijos: www.vilniusmamajazz.lt +370 612 29 419.

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