©NicoleMüller
Sa, 16/07/2022, 19:00 Uhr
Improvisation / Komponierte Musik / Konzert

Jazz am Kaisersteg - 20 Jahre Berliner Szene Jazz, draußen & gratis


präsentiert von Jazzkeller 69 e.V.

It takes people like Stefan Schultze who think out of the box to keep the big band adventure alive. Big bands are the perhaps most spectacular jazz format. They are institutions of jazz as a whole and teaching institutions for the individual. Big bands have a slight inclination to megalomania and a stronger one to discipline and concept. They are hard to keep together but in the best case they are not at all out-of-date.
Stefan Schultze‘s Large Ensemble is such a best case. A man in his mid-thirties, he has been socialized with various forms of music: jazz, rock, pop, new music, classical music, ethnic sounds, minimal, noise etc. He is part of the “click culture” generation, but it is exactly against this generation that he competes. His elaborate, again and again stunning compositions draw from a great pool, but they require a detailed examination that YouTube cannot offer.
With all its voltes and twists Stefan Schultze‘s music remains extremely alive, agile, full of catchiness and piercing force. And all of this without losing itself in simplicity. The power and contagious vitality of these big screen sounds result from this accurately built agility. This is by all means music from today that has not forgotten about its roots.

Stefan Schultze Large Ensemble

Stefan Schultze, piano, composition, conductor

Leonhard Huhn / Peter Ehwald / Magnus Schriefl / Elena Kakaliagou / Peter Meyer / Felix Henkelhausen / Roland Neffe / Evi Filippou / Christian Heck

http://www.jazzkeller69.de

  • Dauer: 02:00h
  • Jazz am Kaisersteg
  • Hasselwerder Park, Hasselwerderstraße 22a, Berlin
  • Barrierefreiheit: motorische Einschränkungen / kognitive Einschränkungen