16.09.2005 Musik

DEUTSCH-POLNISCHES JAZZKONZERT OLES – JÖRGENSMANN – MAURER – OLES MINIATURE Rathaus der Stadt Xanten, Karthaus 2, 46509 Xanten

 

Fr 16.09.2005 Rathaus der Stadt Xanten, Karthaus 2, 46509 Xanten

Theo Jörgensmann – clarinet
Albrecht Maurer – violin
Marcin Oleś – bass
Bartlomiej Oleś – drums

Marcin und Bartlomiej Oleś gehören zu den auffälligsten polnischen Musikern der Gegenwart. Sie bilden eine feste Rhythmusgruppe, die von zahlreichen internationalen Jazzmusikern angefragt wird. Sie spielten mit Theo Jörgensmann, Erik Friedlander, Rudi Mahall, Jean-Luc Cappozzo, David Murray, Mark Taylor, Anthony Coleman, Ken Vandermark, Kent Kessler, Dave Rempis, Stanley Jordan, Piotr Wojtasik, Maciej Sikała und vielen anderen. Dabei gastierten Sie in „Montreux Jazz Festival“, „Jazz En Nord“, „Jazz D’OR“, „Era Jazzu“ [honorary partonage of Krzysztof Penderecki], „Gdynia Summer Jazz Days“, „Albaimpro“, „Jazz Jantar“, „Fortalicje“, „Pepsi Music Siget“, „Jazz Forum Festival“, um nur einige zu nennen.

Theo Jörgensmann – clarinet
He numbers among the leading European clarinetists in both contemporary jazz as well as in border areas of jazz and New Music. With others he brought about the renaissance of the clarinet in contemporary improvised music and made both practical and theoretical contributions to the theme of present day music (also in form of the „Ethics of Improvisation“, which he wrote with Rolf Dieter Weyer). „In Germany Theo Joergensmann carries on in the tradition of Dolphy. The musician making a guest appearance in the ‚Alte Oper‘ is one of the German jazz solists of international repute.“ (FAZ / 1987) „With him the clarinet is not just defined by the tone-colour, he works beyond pregiven, instrumentally interchangeable compositions – with passages typical for this instrument: the musical content is all important, form fades into the background; hardly anyone is further. Theo Joergensmann sways as he leaves the stage. People like him cannot live without their music – and neither can we.“ (Frankfurter Rundschau“ / 1987).

Albrecht Maurer – violin
The violinist and composer Albrecht Maurer studied violin at the Musikhochschule Köln and taught himself the piano, which he then later studied. In addition, he pursued the study of non-European tonal systems and computer music and music science. He gathered his experience with new and experimental music through intensive work with many composers. In his early days he was involved in various classical and jazz ensembles as pianist, synthesizer programmer, violinist, and singer. Albrecht Maurer has performed through Europe as a solist as well as in various groups. He has worked with many jazz musicians including Charlie Mariano, Karl Berger, Steve Argüelles, Lauren Newton, Benoit Delbecq, Barre Phillips and Markus Stockhausen to name but a few.
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