Krk Jazz Live!

Krk Jazz Live!
Datum objave:
19.05.2011.
Global Music Foundation & Turistička zajednica grada Krka vam predstavljaju:

Krk Jazz Live !

Glazbeni tečaj i jazz festival

27. 06. - 01. 07. 2011.

27. 06. 21:30h Terasa ispred konobe hotela Koralj

Tina May UK voice Frank Harrison UK piano Alfred Kramer CH trombone Michael Buckley IRL saxophone Jeremy Brown UK bass Stephen Keogh SP drums Francesco Petreni ITA percussion


28. 07. Frankopanski kaštel
U spomen na Boška Petrovića
Tina May and the Frank Harrison Trio
Tina May voice Frank Harrison piano Jeremy Brown bass Stephen Keogh drums

29. 07. Frankopanski kaštel
Michael Buckley Quartet: The Sound of New York
Michael Buckley saxophones Frank Harrsion piano Jeremy Brown bass Stephen Keogh drums

30. 06. 21:30h Frankopanski kaštel
Viva Brazil !
Celebrating the music of Brazil - Bossa Nova and Samba
Tina May voice Frank Harrison piano Jeremy Brown bass Francesco Petreni percussion Alfred Kramer drums and trombone Stephen Keogh percussion and drums

01. 07. 21:30h Terasa ispred konobe hotela Koralj
Studentski sastavi
Studentski zbor
Samba grupa
Sponzori:
VALAMAR hotels & resorts
Glazbeni centar Rijeka
Agencija Party Vrbnik
Tina May
Voice, UK
Tina has released 8 albums on 33 Records and 1 on Linn Records . She has recently recorded and performed in New York with the legendary pianist Ray Bryant ( who has played with Betty Carter , Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis and numerous other jazz stars). Tina is also a respected lyricist and is in constant demand as a teacher and clinician. She has lectured at Trinity College of Music, Leeds College of Music, Birmingham Conservatoire, Royal Academy of Music, Clonter Opera Trust and many other institutions.
Michael Buckley
Saxophone, Ireland
The saxophone star of the Irish jazz scene, horn player and composer Michael Buckley has been playing professionally since the age of six. Michael first came to prominence in 1984 when, aged thirteen, he played flute with the legendary saxophonist George Coleman in the National Concert Hall in Dublin. Though largely self-taught, his obvious talent has been developed by Pat LaBarbera, Enrico Pieranunzi and Milt Hinton. Michael has toured the world four times with The Mingus Big Band, Dave Liebman, Kenny Wheeler, Lee Konitz, Grant Stewart, Ingrid Jensen, Florian Ross,soloist with the BBC big band, Louis Stewart and Gerard Presencer among others.
Frank Harrison
Piano, UK
Frank Harrison was born in Oxford on 8 July 1978. He took up the piano at 11, and began playing gigs when he was 15. In 1994 he won the soloist award in the Daily Telegraph Young Jazz Competition, and in 1996 placed second in Young Jazz Musician Of The Year. After taking up a scholarship at Berklee School Of Music, Boston, he returned to England and joined Gilad Atzmon's band. In 2000 they started the Orient House Ensemble, with whom Frank has recorded four albums on Enja Records, including BBC Jazz Album Of The Year 2003, "Exile". The band regularly tours Europe, playing at major Jazz and World music festivals. Frank has also performed with Peter King, Don Weller, Julian Siegel, Alan Barnes, John Etheridge and Iain Ballamy.
Stephen Keogh
Drums, percussion, Ireland

Stephen Keogh studied in London, New York, as well as his native Ireland. As a percussionist, he has appeared with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, various contemporary music ensembles and a number of visiting jazz artists, including Sonny Fortune, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Jimmy Witherspoon, Pat La Barbera, Louis Stewart and James Moody.
 In 1988, he moved to London, where his career truly took off, with tours and recordings with several British and American jazz artists, including Stan Tracey, Charles McPherson, Art Farmer, Jason Rebello, Jean Toussaint and Benny Carter. 
Since moving to Barcelona in 1990, Keogh has appeared all over the world with a list of musicians that reads as a who's of of the jazz world including: Johnny Griffin, Lee Konitz, Harrold Land, Peter King Quartet, Brad Mehldau, Mark Turner, Herb Ellis, Benny Golson, Steve Grossman and many more. He is a member of the European Jazz Piano Trio led by Bill Charlap, the Peter King Quartet and he co-leads the Urban Jazz Quintet and the Urban Jazz Ensemble. He is the founder and director of Global Music Foundation (www.globalmusicfoundation.org), an international organization holding jazz and world music and mutli-art seminars and festivals in Ireland, UK, Germany, Italy, China and other countries around the world.

Alfred Kramer
Drums, Percussion, Trombone, Switzerland/Italy
Born 1965 in Switzerland, he started playing drums at the age of sixteen after having studied piano for nine years. He started performing with his brother Lukas (pianist) and sister Hilaria (trumpet player). Since 1986, after moving to Italy, he has been working with musicians like Mal Waldron, Enrico Rava, Pietro Tonolo, Enrico Pieranunzi, Andy McGhee, Paul McCandless, Benny Bailey , Chet Baker (italian tour), Joe Henderson, Steve Lacy, Furio Di Castri, Barre Phillips, Art Lande, Art Farmer, Miroslav Vitous and Louis Stewart.
He performed in U.S.A., Finland, Sweden, Poland, France, Germany, Spain, Holland, Austria and on all major italian festivals (like Umbria Jazz, Rome, Clusone, etc) and made a bunch of worth-mentioning records with musicians like Phil Woods, Joe Lovano, Steve Lacy, Lee Konitz (4 albums) and Slide Hampton. He now lives in Certaldo.
Jeremy Brown
Bass, UK
After studying at the Royal Academy of Music, Jeremy is now one of the leading bass players in the UK. He has been a regular member of the Peter King Quartet (with Stephen Keogh and Steve Melling) and of Gerard Presencer's 'Platypus', and has worked with stars such as Louis Stewart, Johnny Griffin, Art Farmer etc. Jeremy plays with the John Wilson Orchestra, Stacy Kent and the BBC Big Band.

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