Jazz in Hamburg - Modern & Free Jazz Live Konzerte
Liebe Gäste, liebe Freunde von FatJazz,
wir freuen uns sehr, nach der Schließung des Yoko´s spontan eine neue Auftrittsmöglichkeit
im BRÜCKENSTERN gefunden zu haben.
Alle FatJazz Konzerte finden
ab August 2022 immer Mittwochs dort satt.
Euer FatJazz Team
3000 feat. STEVE SWELL
Jan Klare - sax,
Bart Maris - tr,
Steve Swell - pos,
Wilbert de Joode - b,
Michael Vatcher - dr
In 2004 Jan Klare founded the band “1000” - playing compositions by Wagner, Bach or Monteverdi – thus early-on establishing an unique style , that impressed the critics right from the start. („consistently interesting quartet that keeps evolving and getting better with each release.“ Bruce Lee Gallanter, Downtown Music Gallery).
Now, for 2022, there is a plan to dive deeper into the relationship of the fields of American and European Jazz on a high level, since “3000” contains two prominent American musicians (Steve Swell played with Buddy Rich and Lionel Hampton, Michael Vatcher with John Zorn, next to many others) alongside with Dutch bassist Wilbert de Joode, who is closely associated with the so-called Dutch swing.
Swells work has focussed on a compositional language that nourishes from his work as an improviser for many years. He is a main figure in avantgarde jazz, being picked by some of the greatest improvisers like William Parker, Peter Brötzmann, Ken Vandermark or Paal Nillsen-Love for their bands.
„3000“ will work on new pieces, developing form and structure through improvising and “twisting” compositions on the spot into fluid playing.
3000 looks at melody as one of the very first cultural achievements ever. Therefore they will try interpretations of some of the first notated melodies.
Already now for September we have a lot of interest from very nice places in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.
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