Ciklus glazbenih večeri „Giants of Jazz" u galeriji Cvajner u Puli

Ciklus glazbenih večeri „Giants of Jazz" u galeriji Cvajner u 
Puli
Datum objave:
03.04.2012.
Oleg Kireyev

LMC presents

Jazz & Blues Fever
Oleg Kireyev & Time Machine Band "Giants of Jazz"

Galerija Cvajner
Pula, Forum 2
Tel: + 385 (0)52 216 502
Ulaz besplatan

Nastupaju:
Oleg Kireyev (RUS) - saksofon
Nenad Mirt (HR) - kontrabas
Saša Zorkić (HR) - gitara
Dušan Kranjc (HR) - bubnjevi
Leon Brenko (HR) - klavir

Početak svih koncerata u 21:00 sat

28. travnja 2012. "Miles Davis"
05. svibnja 2012. "Charley "Bird" Parker"
12. svibnja 2012. "John Coltrane"
19. svibnja 2012. "Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock"
26. svibnja 2012. "Thelonious Monk"


Oleg Kireyev & Time Machine Band izvode najpoznatija djela svjetskih jazz velikana
"Giants of Jazz"
LMC club u sklopu svojih promotivnih aktivnosti nastavlja s organizacijom koncerata pod nazivom „Jazz & Blues Fever". Nakon uspješnih evenata održanih u Zagrebu i Puli a na kojima su nastupili vokalistica iz SAD-a Sharon Clark i ruski saksofonist nominiran za nagradu Grammy Oleg Kireyev, LMC club u galeriji Cvajner u Puli organizira ciklus glazbenih večeri „Giants of Jazz" posvećenih najvećim imenima Jazz-a dvadesetog stoljeća.

Galerija ugošćuje program LMC-a, Olega Kireyeva i njegov Time Machine Band koji će tim povodom publici predstaviti nasljeđe svjetske jazz glazbe. Ono što posjetitelje očekuje jest izvedba poznatih jazz standarda uz  improvizaciju i dodavanje vlastitog obilježja svakoj pojedinoj skladbi.

Projektom „Giants of Jazz" najavljuje se otvorenje Jazz sezone u LMC clubu koja će svakog
tjedna na terasi restorana ugostiti najpoznatije europske i američke Jazz izvođače.

http://www.olegkireyev.com
http://youtu.be/ldcYFe7Qtgg
http://youtu.be/UlVqES_Kh2o

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Jazz & blues fever
LMC terrace
Showtime 20:30, two sets 45 min each

06 June 2012
Oleg Kireyev and Time Machine Band (saxophone: jazz), (Russia - Croatia)
You have in CRO

07 - 08 June 2012
George Cables (piano: jazz), (USA)
George Cables has performed and recorded with some of the greatest jazz musicians of our time, including: Joe Henderson, Roy Haynes, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Sonny Rollins, Freddie Hubbard, Woody Shaw, Sarah Vaughn, Tony Williams, Bobby Hutcherson and Dizzy Gillespie. 
Perhaps the most pivotal turn came when hard-bop legend Dexter Gordon invited Cables into his quartet in 1977. The two years he spent with the appreciated tenor giant ignited Cables's passion for the acoustic piano and immersed him in the bebop vocabulary. "I don't feel that one should be stuck in the mud playing the same old stuff all the time, trying to prove that this music is valid," Cables says. "We don't need to prove anything. But I think you really have to be responsive to your heritage and then go on and find your own voice." 

The longest standing relationship Cables developed in the late seventies was with alto saxophonist Art Pepper. Cables, who Pepper called "Mr. Beautiful," became Art's favorite pianist, appearing on many quartet dates for Contemporary and Galaxy, and joining Art for the extraordinary duet album, "Goin' Home", that would be Pepper's final recording session. 
George Cables has emerged as a major voice in modern jazz. He is currently performing and recording as a soloist, with trio and larger ensembles, and as a clinician in college jazz programs. In addition to composing and arranging for his own albums, George Cables has contributed to recordings by Dexter Gordon, Art Pepper, Freddie Hubbard, Woody Shaw, Bobby Hutcherson and many others. He is noted for his fresh Interpretations of classic compositions and for his innovative style of writing

14 - 15 June 2012
Dennis Rowland (vocal: jazz, blues), (USA)
Energetic and extremely charming Afro-American singer Dennis Rowland, who was singing for years in legendary Count Basie Orchestra, will perform at Union of Composers Club on December, 17-18th!
Rowland has a voice made for jazz. His voice and his style have taken him all sorts of places, including the most exceptional place of all - the seven years he spent as a front man for Count Basie. Exceptional is what got him gigs at Carnegie Hall, the Lincoln Center and the Sydney Opera House. Dennis Rowland had a chance to share the stage with Billy Eckstine, Ella Fitzgerald and «Little Miss Sassy», Sarah Vaughan.
Artist Dennis Rowland was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, the R & B mecca of the United States. Dennis' signature sound was a serious subject for many comparisons - from Lou Rawls to Joe Williams. Rowland remembers hearing Joe Williams' "Every Day" with Count Basie on record regularly when he was five or six and it made a strong impression. Rowland was in Williams' spot during the last seven years (1977-84) of Basie's life, touring the world with the classic orchestra. After that period ended, Dennis began working as an actor on stage and film, settled in Phoenix, Arizona and began recording as a leader for Concord in 1995. As a creative person, building up his solo career, Dennis experiments with styles and mixes swing, blues standards repertoire, R&B and even pop and funk. His main strength, however, rests with his swinging style and appealing voice which is best displayed on his third Concord disc, a tribute to Miles Davis (Now Dig This).
"...Dennis Rowland brings with him the stage performers ability to convey intimacy in even the most immense of settings. He cannily pulls off an inspired homage to the ultimate larger than life jazz musician, Miles Davis.
Dennis Rowland was couple of times in Russia and is perfectly known to the Moscow audience. Variety of musical intonations of Dennis Rowland possessing a huge vocal range, lift public on feet ... audience bursts with applause!!!

19 - 20  - 21 June 2012
Nicolas Bearde (vocal: jazz, R&B, soul, pop), (USA)
A supremely gifted singer and entertainer who is fluent in soul, jazz and R&B stylings, Nicolas Bearde has been compared to vocal icons like Lou Rawls, Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, and Jon Lucien. But such comparisons fail to capture his vocal artistry or do justice to his musical accomplishments on record or in performance. 
Nicolas Bearde, an alumnus of Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra and the vocal sextet SoVoSo, sounds like a soul-drenched Mark Murphy with a dash of Sinatra swagger. A paucity of male jazz singers makes Nicolas Bearde a rare avis. It's clear that he enjoys himself on-stage, as evidenced by the rapport, joke-telling, and personality he exudes. 
The many forays that Nicolas Bearde made during his singing career -- church choir in Nashville, soul band in Tokyo, cabaret clubs in San Francisco, Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra (a ground-breaking a cappella group, with which Nicolas continues to tour yearly at major concerts throughout the world) and later, the a capella group SoVoSo -- ultimately led him straight back to the past. 
Nicolas Bearde has compiled an impressive list of credits that includes film roles in True Crimes with Clint Eastwood, Final Analysis with Richard Gere and Kim Basinger, roles on the television series Nash Bridges and Monk.
Besides maintaining this busy sideline as an actor and voice-over artist, he continues to write music and perform concerts at clubs and Jazz festivals around the country. Throughout the 1990's Nicolas started Right Groove Records in 1997 in order to launch his solo projects, starting with Crossing the Line. The album was a superb showcase for Nicolas' songwriting skills as well as his masterful singing, and it landed in the Top 10 on British Soul charts, garnering glowing reviews on both sides of the Atlantic. "He´s a breath of fresh air amidst a mass of polluted ozone-unfriendly pop," declared Blues and Soul magazine in the U.K.

 

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