The Jazz Eclectics w/Sound Liberationother TICKETS
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THE JAZZ ECLECTICS & UNDER THE RADAR SHOWCASE
The Growing Diversity of Jazz
Trio Amalgamate - Franz Hackl's IDO Quartet - Gene Pritsker Sound Liberation Ensemble - Marigold Opera - Issa Cabrera
Gene Pritsker Sound Liberation Ensemble
Jazz merges with hip-hop, classical, rock, funk, etc. Eclecticism reaches its climax. Sound Liberation is an eclectic jazz /hip-hop/chamber/rock/etc. ensemble. The group incorporates its philosophy by performing compositions that encompass a diverse range of musical genres, committed to "ending the segregation of sound vibration". This enables one to hear elements from classical music to Jazz to music of various cultures at a Sound Liberation show. "The freedom of sounds. . .is truly implemented in a masterful way" - Thorsten Bendnarz, Jazzethic Magazine.
Franz Hackl's IDO Quartet
Jazz grooves infused by the melodies of Tyrolean folk music. IDO stands for Idiomo di Omni and means dialect for everybody. An idiom is an expression whose meaning is not predictable from the usual meanings of its constituent elements.. Franz Hackl merges ‘Tyrolean Folktunes’ the musical dialect he grew up with, with the music and sounds of New York, the town he calls home for more then 20 years. Music isn't an universal language. Music has as many dialects as the human language. But the Global Village aka New York is the perfect breeding ground for a fresh new language. The beauty of diversity which propels the evolution of Jazz.
Jazz inspired by modern composition and free improvisation
|əˈmalgəˌmāt| - verb - combine or unite to form one organization or structure. Trio Amalgamate is Gene Pritsker - guitar, Dan Cooper - 7 string electric bass and Gernot Bernroider - drums. Their music is new Jazz. Inspired by free improvisation and contemporary composition.
Marigold Opera is an emerging force in the burgeoning NYC indie classical scene. Equally influenced by Brahms and The Beatles, their instrumentation is that of an eclectic chamber group helmed by a singer/songwriter. Marigold Opera has a unique, acoustic sound palette featuring cello, violin, horn, percussion, piano, clarinet, vibraphone, and voice. With these sounds they create music that is at the same time elusive and emotionally evocative.
Acoustic / Jazz / Latin