Jan Schreiners Large Ensemble

Jazz is movement, process, path. Whenever it becomes a statement and the goal obstructs the path, it freezes and slips away. The larger the formation, however, the more difficult it is to keep an eye on the connection between path and movement. The bass trombonist Jan Schreiner has found his way. Alongside Nils Wogram, with whom he plays in the
Vertigo Trombone Quartet, he is one of the few German trombonists after Albert Mangelsdorff who persistently tread their own paths and always remain on the journey. Every destination is a new starting point. This becomes particularly clear in his Large Ensemble, in which numerous voices merge into a filigree whole without ever succumbing to compact big band clichés. A large formation whose emphasis is on the individuals and which draws its force from the tasteful understatement of the quiet tones, in which every plot thread remains comprehensible. The Large Ensemble invites you to a feast of voices and moods, the likes of which, albeit in a very different context, have only been heard before with Gil Evans.

Thu, 10.02.2022
Concert Highlight!

Felix Meyer (tp), Heidi Bayer (tp), Malte Dürrschnabel (sax), Theresia Philipp (sax), Jens Böckamp (sax), Raphael Klemm (tb), Jan Schreiner (tb), Linus Bernoulli (hrn), Jürgen Friedrich (p), Reza Askari (b), Silvio Morger (dr)

Songs And Moods, Jazz

concert hall Start 20:00 Doors 19:00

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