20:00 – 22:30
Tanja Schlander/Rasmus Kjær
Christian Windfeld solo
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Christian Windfeld – FØRSTEPERSONENTAL
Christian Windfeld – snare drum
Fra en baggrund i jazzmusikken har slagtøjsspilleren Christian Windfeld gennem de seneste år arbejdet sig ind på den eksperimenterende musikscene og beskæftiger sig nu primært med at skabe tonekunst i et akustisk univers med slagtøjets store klanglige potentiale som afsæt. Windfelds soloprojekt FØRSTEPERSONENTAL er en reaktion på en stadig travlere verden, hvor informationsstrømmen synes uendelig og ustoppelig. I en minimalistisk tilgang til musikken reduceres instrumentariet og der zoomes helt ind på detaljen i klang, rytmik og tonesprog i værker for eksempelvis solo bækken og solo lilletromme.
“Jeg ønsker at udforske mit instruments klanglige og kompositoriske kapacitet. At skabe nye værker og soniske kombinationer, der udforsker klang, mikrotonalitet, mikrorytmik og psykoakustiske effekter med udgangspunkt i det akustiske slagtøj”
FØRSTEPERSONENTAL modtog i 2015 Statens Kunstfonds to-årige legat “Den Unge Elite” til gennemførelse af en international karriereplan.
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Tanja Schlander / Rasmus Kjær – “Coming to meet”
Tanja Schlander – voice
Rasmus Kjær – piano
Through tapeloops and improvisations from piano and voice, Schlander and Kjær develop combinations of sounds that might evoke both beauty, subtlety and harsh collages.
Tanja Schlander works in the field of sound art, montage, performing and noise. She lives and works in Copenhagen. Ever since her childhood she has been fascinated with radio and tapes as a medium. She is a born listener and throughout her adulthood she is taking more and more space up in producing and presenting the sounds that are making her feel, reflect and imagine. She has made sound montages for Denmarks National Radio as well as pirate radio tours around Europe. Has performed at different underground art events in Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Berlin, Zürich, Tromsoe, Malmö, Istanbul and Barcelona under the name TJ (Tape Jocky). In 2003 she founded the performance duo TWINS and Die Geilen Putzen, which has performed at major international events such as Dada Festwoche in Zürich, and Salzburger Festspiele. She has attended various Group exhibitions include Post Hiphop at MOHS exhibit, Copenhagen, The Girl Effect at Lombard Freid Gallery, New York, She Devil on Tour at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), Bucharest, and asking we walk, voices of resistance at the Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art. Soundartist, healer, clairvoyant.
Rasmus Kjær is pianist, composer and improviser. His primary focuses include acoustic jazz trio collaborations, solo organ and synth performances in the fields somewhere between contemporary improvisation, sound art and jazz. Weaving between tensions and meditations, laciness and busyness his concerts often has surprising shifts striving for a balance that might or might not be reached. Rasmus has released an acoustic trio album, a church organ solo album and organized several experimental projects including a Jerome Cooper memorial concert in 2017. Beside his own work, Rasmus has worked and works with numerous Danish underground artists such as SVIN and Excelsior and he has played and toured Europe, USA, Russia and Canada.
Find further info at http://www.rasmuskjaer.com
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Marcela Lucatelli – vocals
Erik Kimestad – trumpet
Henrik Olsson – guitar
With Marcela Lucatelli on vocals, Erik Kimestad Pedersen on trumpet and Henrik Olsson on guitar, EHM focus on intense and brutal sonic collisions that demand all three musicians to exploit all their inventive powers and extended techniques. Lucatelli, Pedersen and Olsson mutate their voices, breathes and the guitar strings into extreme, chaotic soundscapes that still has some twisted sensual quality. They have been described by Free Jazz Blog as “noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space”. Their debut album, a self released 10 inch vinyl, was released in July 2017, and has received great reviews.
“The four free-improvised pieces focus on intense and brutal sonic collisions that demand all three musicians to exploit all their inventive powers and extended techniques. Lucatelli, Pedersen and Olsson mutate their voices, breathes and the guitar strings into extreme, chaotic soundscapes that still has some twisted sensual quality. Like noisy godzillas that enjoy the Danish hygge in a compact, sweaty space.”
– Eyal Hareuveni, Free Jazz Blog
“It´s inhumanly humane noise… …It’s a record for those who are curious, without prejudice. It’s dangerous and thrilling” – Niels Overgård, Jazznyt
Marcela Lucatelli can already be hailed as one of the most innovative vocalists and composers of her generation. Lucatelli has earned international recognizement for her extremely original, sensuous and politically charged performance works.
Born in Brazil and based in Denmark and Italy, her pieces have been performed by some of the most edgy ensembles in the world such as Apartment House (England), Mocrep (USA), Hidden Mother (Sweden) and herself, at diverse festivals and international events such as Nordic Music Days, Darmstadt Internationale Ferienkurse fur Neue Musik, FILE – Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletronica, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, WOMEX, Áudio Insurgência, Waverly Festival NYU, among other events worldwide.
Henrik Olsson is a swedish guitar player and composer. He is an active figure on the experimenting part of Copenhagens thriving music scene and his personal guitar playing can be heard in various improvisational contexts as well as the LoFi-trash-improv project The Hum, the improvising trio Ytterlandet (Sture Ericson/Henrik Olsson/Håkon Berre) and his own group Penumbra Ensemble.
Erik Kimestad, norwegian trumpet player, is based in Copenhagen and is known for his playing in bands like the critically acclaimed and hard touring band Horse Orchestra, as well as Kresten Osgood Quintet amongmany others.
https://soundcloud.com/marcela-lucatelli/lucatelliolssonkimestad-copenhagen (excerpt from a live concert)
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ENTRÉ: 100 DKK / stud 50 DKK.
Døren åbner 19.30.
VINTERJAZZ i KoncertKirken er støttet af Statens Kunstfond, Københavns Kommune, Oticon Fonden, KODA Kultur, Goethe Instituttet m.fl.