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Copenhagen Post Supplement

Festival Highlights

International Guide

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� July 5, National Gallery of Denmark

Charles Lloyd, Zakir Hussain & Eric Harland (US) � July 6, The Royal Theatre

Cassandra Wilson (US) � July 7, Koncerthuset

Dianne Reeves (US) � July 9, The Royal Theatre

Marcus Miller (US) + Richard Bona (CM) � July 10, The Royal Theatre

Macy Gray & David Murray (US) � July 11, The Royal Theatre

Medeski Martin & Wood (US) + Becca Stevens (US) � July 13, National Gallery of Denmark

Bill Frisell & The Big Sur Sextet (US) + Mikkelborg/Dahl/Davies Tim Berne Snakeoil (Us), Ginman/Blachman/Dahl/Mikkelborg (DK), Kresten Osgood & Sunny Murray (DK/Us), Arturo Sandoval (CU), Mike Stern (Us), Benjamin Koppel & Joe Lovano (Us), Branford Marsalis (Us), Jagwa Music (TZ (TZa), Sunny Murray (Us), Bettye LaVette (Us), Thundercat (Us), Billy Cobham (Us), Tower of Power (Us), Christian Sands (Us), Scott Colley (Uss), The Cookers (U (Us s) a.m.o. .m.o. also:

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Warm and sunny with a vibe of great jazz: Copenhagen, already an eminently cool city, will soon be swinging and strutting more sumptuously for 10 days in July, during this year’s Copenhagen Jazz Festival. It’s only surprising that one doesn’t find a mention of it in the weather report: Warm and sunny with a vibe of great jazz showering everybody. By Johnny Niemann A city of sound Starting in 1979, this Jazz Festival has become one of the best in the world. The formula, to open the city entirely up to jazz, is not repeated at any other festival. Should a bar, a café, a city square, a bookstore (any venue whatsoever) desire to arrange a concert, they are welcome to, and will happily be added to the programme under the auspices of the Copenhagen Jazz Festival. It’s egalitarian (over 1,000 concerts at over 100 venues), promoting a proliferation of jazz around the city, so much so that one can stumble along and suddenly hear echoes of concerts beaming against historic buildings. It is advised that you tread cautiously for fear of tripping over trumpets while strolling over the center’s cobblestone streets. Outdoor concerts, free concerts, concerts at prestigious concert halls, jazz in smoky old clubs, street parades, impromptu jam sessions, jazz for kids, jazz by the sea, jazz on boats, bebop, ragtime, modern jazz, free jazz, cool jazz, fusion, funk and blues – it’s all here, celebrated and situated at the center of the jazz universe here in Copenhagen from July 5th to 14th.

Big names and beginner acts The artistic director of the festival, Kenneth Hansen, spoke on what makes the festival, now in its 35th year, so special, “It’s the close interaction with the city, the many different kinds of venues, and the special spirit of the festival,” he says. “I think it’s because the festival has been going on for

so many years. It’s like an old tree of the city that grows new branches and leaves every year – but has strong roots that goes very deep into the ground – like a Joe Lovano solo!” The festival of course has its highlights and big names. Over the years many major names in jazz history have held sway in the city; from Sonny Rollins and Ornette Coleman to Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie. However, a noticeable shift has happened in recent years as the lions of this once mainstream music have reached an advanced age or passed on. The easiest thing to do to fill this gap would be to invite musicians outside of the genre, such as Kanye West or Sting as the Stockholm Jazz Festival has done in recent years. This cynical approach to festival-making ensures profits, but weakens the genre of jazz. Under Hansen’s musical-stewardship, the festival stays true to its roots and recognises that jazz is not just about big names and the bottom line, but about local musicians and building a community based on two important jazz tenets: Improvisation and collaboration. A jazz aficionado can still enjoy big names like Charles Lloyd at Statens Museum for Kunst – an evening venue for the first time (July 5th); Cassandra Wilson at Gamle Scene (July 6 ) or Joe Lovano at the Benny Nansen Theater (July 9th). But it’s not the big stars that make this festival special – it’s the constellations of artists and discoveries that await the curious listener. Jazzhus Montmarte, The Copenhagen

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Egalitarian sounds Two great examples of the diverse programming, blending the traditional and the modern, take place at Pressen and Skuespilhuset. Pressen over the past few years has become a central location for spirited themes ranging from Latin Jazz to African Jazz. This year ‘The Spirit of New Orleans’ holds court. Jazz traditions began in New Orleans and names like Branford Marsalis, Terrance Blanchard and the Soul Rebels celebrate the city’s timeless contributions and influence. At the fresh and modern Skuespilhuset, sitting stylishly by the canal, the Copenhagen Jazz Festival presents an intriguing new theme: Jazz Against the Machine – where jazz music is mixed with electronic music. Though some traditionalists may fret over this new approach, jazz music as an art form has always been innovating and adapting, sometimes alienating the old guard, but often enough working together across generations. When these ten days are done, you will have an understanding of one important part of what makes Copenhagen so wonderful – the music echoes through the fall, the bitter Winter days, and gives promise of renewal and bright rays of jazz ahead.

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David Murray Infinity Quartet, featuring Macy Gray A surprising pair making waves in the jazz scene across the globe David Murray Infinity Quartet, featuring Macy Gray Venue: Det Kongelige Teaters Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, CPH K Date: Saturday July 10 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 100-400 DKK

Unlikely duo Normally the American actress and singer Macy Gray is not considered a jazz artist, however, thanks to saxophonist David Murray this conception will no doubt be changed during this year’s festival. The latter has invited the soulful women to join his band after a string of successful big band clashes with her over the past few years. Macy Gray experienced great success with her debut album On How Life Is (1999) that included the international hit single ‘I try’. This year will be her first at Copenhagen Jazz Festival, but for David Murray it will be a pleasant return after his show in 2008.

Murray’s unrefined beginnings Few musicians in jazz history have proven more vigorously productive and resourceful than David Murray. During the past 35 years, from the moment he first visited New York as a 20-year-old student, playing in a walkup loft, in 1975, David has careened forward in a cool, collected, rocket-fueled streak. He has released over 150 albums under his own name. Yet more impressive than the numbers is the constancy of two abiding achievements: As a tenor saxophonist, he has perfected an instantly recognisable approach to improvisation that even in its freest flights acknowledges the gravity of a tradition he honors more than most; and he has altered the context for his improvisations as an infinite mosaic of musical challenges and explorations. Murray jumped the gun somewhat for a jazz musician. Born in Oakland, he grew up in Berkeley and studied with Catherine Murray (his mother, an organist), Bobby Bradford, Arthur Blythe, Stanley Crouch and many others until the 2nd March 1975 when he left Ponoma College in Los Angeles for New York, which he made his base. He did this during the city’s loft jazz era, a time when free jazz found a home in deserted industrial spaces and other undervalued bits of urban real estate below 14th Street. Murray and writer Stanley Crouch opened their own loft space, which they called Studio Infinity. Crouch occasionally played drums in Murray’s trio with bassist Mark Dresser. In a relatively short time, Murray acquired a reputation as a potential great. Murray’s early work was exceedingly raw, he made his first albums in 1976, Flowers for Albert (India Navigation) and Low Class Conspiracy (Adelphi), with a rhythm section of bassist Fred Hopkins and drummer Phillip Wilson. Also in 1976, Murray became (with Julius Hemphill, Oliver Lake, and Hamiet Bluiett) a founding member of the World Saxophone Quartet. 4

In the 1980s, Murray performed with the WSQ, his octet, and various small bands, recording mostly for the Italian Black Saint label. His octet records of the time (though very roughly executed) showed him to be a talented (if unformed) composer. Murray’s recording activity reached nearly absurd levels in the 1980s and 1990s; probably no contemporary jazz musician has led more dates on more labels. It was in the 1980s that Murray began relying more on the standard jazz repertoire, especially in his small ensemble work. As he got older, the wilder elements of that style were toned down or refined. Murray incorporated free jazz gestures into a more fully rounded voice that also drew on the mainstream of the jazz improvising tradition.

Global maestro Now in his fifties, he has contributed diversely within the jazz industry globally, and still has a rosy future ahead of him, as well as a successful past behind him. Since a glimpse of this exceptional career with a very promising future was felt to be essential, several directors have brought his musical career to the screen, in Speaking in Tongues, a saga which follows him for ten years from 1978 to 1988 or in Jazzman, in 1997. In 2007, Arte produced Saxophone Man, in a reference to the title of the Stanley Croutch play written at the time of Pomona College: A year’s filming from New York to Pointe-à-Pitre, via Oakland and Paris, a year of images which reflect the David Murray of today, a global jazz maestro. He goes down as a worthy successor to some of the biggest names in jazz, and he is now contributing to the rise of young talents such as Lafayette Gilchrist, a young pianist who has already been widely acclaimed by the critics.

The soulful voice of Macy Gray This Grammy Award winning neo-soul/R&B singer, songwriter, record producer and actress has to date, released several albums. She has acted in a number of movies including Training Day, Idlewild, and Lackawanna Blues, however Gray is best known for her raspy singing voice. She started her music career as a songwriter. Her first album, in 1999, was actually a mistake; she was at the studio waiting for the person who was supposed to be singing her song, and the producer wanted to hear what one of the songs was supposed to sound like. Once she started singing, the producer liked the rough sound of her voice so much that he offered her a record deal.

Murray’s collaboration with Macy Gray, came about as a result of their work within the musical project Questlove AfroPicks (including the likes of Tony Allen, Questlove from The Roots and Amp Fiddler). Gray then asked Murray to rearrange a cover song (Love Lockdown, composed by Kanye West) for her album, Covered. Later, Murray invited Gray, the soul music star (with more than 14 million albums sold), to sing in his Big Band (David Murray Big Band Featuring Macy Gray). They are the perfect combination: A unique voice and sophisticated jazz composer. This makes this project one of the most exciting sounds of this year. Surprising and wonderful, the project has already conquered audiences from famous festival such as: Jazz A La Villette (Paris), London Jazz Festival (London), North Sea Jazz Festival (Netherlands), and more.

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Marcus Miller

The renaissance of the virtuoso

Marcus Miller (US) and Richard Bona (CM) Venue: Det Kongelige Teaters Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, CPH K Date: Tuesday July 9 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 100-475 DKK

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Very few musicians can boast a more diverse and genre-crossing career than bassist, composer and multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller, who will feature at this Summer’s Copenhagen Jazz Festival. The New York native has featured on more than 500 albums with musicians ranging from Michael Jackson, Herbie Hancock and Mariah Carey to LL Cool J and Billy Idol. Arguably his most famous collaboration came in 1986 when he wrote and produced most of Miles Davies’ album Tutu, an alnn Du bum that can be said to define the w e r nd later years of Davies’ amazing career. Far :A Pic from being just a good session player, Miller has released eleven studio albums; the first being his 1983 funk album Suddenly and the latest his 2012 jazzy release Renaissance.

Born into the sound of jazz Miller was born in 1959, incidentally the same year Miles Davis released the widely influential Kind of Blue, it would seem as though he was destined for a career as a musician. His father was a church organist and choir director and his father’s cousin was renowned jazz pianist Wynton Kelly, who played the piano on Kind of Blue. Miller started his musical career early on, with the clarinet being his first serious instrument. He claims that the reason for switching from the clarinet was troubles getting into R&B bands while playing it. Through his search for a more R&B friendly instrument he found the instrument he seems to have been made for — the bass. “I picked up the bass one day when I was around 12 or 13 years old and just fell in love with it,” he told industry website forbassplayersonly.com. Already as an unhardened 15 year old he started making the rounds as a session player in New York. Not long after he received a phone call from Davis asking if he could play with him. Since then he has been awarded numerous Grammy’s and industry recognitions, including The Recording Academy’s Most Valuable Player Award. Miller is arguably one of the most technically apt bass players out there with his signature thumb slap usually bringing a welcoming funk element to his jazz. So both lovers of technical brilliance and of music should mark their calendars for July 9th as it is sure to be an evening to remember.

An evening with Miller Miller comes to Copenhagen fronting his very own sextet ensemble. The evening is set to include some the best the bass can produce as fellow bass virtuoso Richard Bona along with his band is the other act of the night. The Cameroon born Bona can boast of an impressive repertoire having released nine studio albums and collaborated with notable musicians such as George Benson and Chaka Kahn. The concert takes place in the charming setting of the Royal Theatre’s Old Scene, which is one of Copenhagen’s oldest concert halls. Although the venue takes upwards of 1 600 guests, the old décor creates an intimate atmosphere well suited for enjoying music. The last time Miller played in Copenhagen was the Jazz Festival back in 2010, a concert that received stellar reviews from critics. This year he performs with a slightly different line-up, but talented saxophone player Alex Han and trumpeter Sean Jones, who near stole the show last time are set to repeat the wonder.

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Bill Frisell and The Big Sur Sextet (US) An international guitar hero strumming his stuff at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013

Leading jazz guitarist Guitarist Bill Frisell is treasured by the Copenhagen jazz audience – he always presents new material and every time it is musically interesting. The band that Frisell performs with during this year’s jazz festival consists of two female violinists; Jenny Scheinman and Carrie Rodriguez, plus violist Eyvind Kang, cellist Hank Roberts and finally drummer Rudy Royston. The evening will be opened by the American singer Lizz Wright whose tasty mixture of jazz and gospel has given her the moniker “The Black Norah Jones”. William Richard “Bill” Frisell is one of the leading guitarists in jazz since the late 1980s. Frisell’s eclectic music touches on progressive folk, classical music, country music, noise and more. He is known for using an array of effects to create unique sounds from his instrument. Over the years, Frisell has contributed to the work of countless international artists, both within the jazz genre and from others. This work has established Frisell as one of the most soughtafter guitar voices in contemporary music. The breadth of such performing and recording situations is a testament not only to his singular guitar conception, but his musical versatility as well.

Strumming with jazz’s finest In the late 1970s, he traveled to Belgium, where he met Manfred Eicher, the founder of ECM Records. Beginning in the early 1980s, Frisell recorded prolifically for the label as leader and sideman, with such musicians as Paul Motian and Jan Garbarek. He continued with the label throughout the decade, earning a reputation as ECM’s “house guitarist.” Frisell became much acclaimed by critics for his sophisticated yet accessible work. He moved to New York in the 1980s where he worked with many of the most creative musicians active on the city’s “downtown” jazz scene. He continued to record and perform in the 1980s and 1990s, with a huge variety of artists, not all of them jazz musicians. Collaborators included rock and pop musicians (drummer Ginger Baker, singers Marianne Faithfull and Elvis Costello), experimental jazz musicians (saxophonist/composers John Zorn and Tim Berne), and at least one classical composer (Gavin Bryars). Frisell composed soundtracks for the silent films of Buster Keaton. 6

Bill Frisell and The Big Sur Sextet (US) Venue: Det Kongelige Teaters Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, CPH K Date: Tuesday July 13 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 150-400 DKK His 1996 album, Quartet, won the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis, the German equivalent of the Grammy’s. Frisell also became an annual winner of various magazine polls for his solo work and recordings. By the end of the 1990s, Frisell was one of the most well-known jazz musicians in the world, with an audience and an aesthetic that transcended the boundaries of any given style. It should be mentioned that, while he is best known for his somewhat “ambient” guitar technique, he is a swinging, harmonically fluent jazz player when the occasion warrants. Frisell moved to Seattle, Washington in 1989 and stayed active as the 21st century opened, releasing Ghost Town in 2000, followed by a set with Dave Holland and Elvin Jones in 2001. Blues Dream also appeared that same year, followed by The Willies in 2002. East/West and Richter 858 were both released in 2005, and a set with Ron Carter and Paul Motian in 2006. History, Mystery followed in 2008. Other notable projects that Frisell worked on post-2010 include his 2011 All We Are Saying..., where he delved into the music of John Lennon. A long-time fan of the Beatles’ singing and songwriting, he cut closely to Lennon’s original versions; Frisell found ways to explore the melody and emotional content of Lennon’s songs without having to overtly change the harmonic content of the material. He also re-established his connection with John Zorn’s music, appearing as part of the ensemble for the composer’s Gnostic Preludes with harpist Carol Emmanuel and Kenny Wollesen on vibraphone. The album was issued on Tzadik a week after Floratone II. He released another album for the label in early 2013, entitled Silent Comedy, which featured the guitarist in a solo setting. Frisell, the composer, returned in a big way in June of this year, employing his 858 quartet and drummer Rudy Royston. Together they recorded Big Sur, his debut for Sony’s relaunched Okeh imprint.

Still going strong He continues to play with Paul Motian’s Trio, with Joe Lovano, and has also performed with Jim Hall, Don Byron, Ginger Baker, Charlie Haden, David Sanborn, Marianne Faithful, Elvis Costello, Ron Carter, and the Hal Willner produced tribute to Harry Smith. He performed Steve Mackey’s composition “Deal at Carnegie Hall” with the American Composers Orchestra conducted by Dennis Russell Davies and in Los Angeles with members of the L.A. Philharmonic conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen. As he is also becoming more active as a film composer, Bill’s music can be heard in Gary Larson’s Tales from the Farside, Gus van Sant’s Psycho and Finding Forrester, Rory Kennedy’s documentary for HBO, American Hollow. He has also written music for the Frankfurt Ballett and the ACT Theatre’s production of Temporary Help. In addition Frisell has featured on TV, including shows such as; Night Music, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Sessions at West 54th Street. When he’s home, he likes to play at clubs like The Tractor Tavern.


Cassandra Wilson

A musical chameleon who has evolved into a jazz great

Cassandra Wilson (US) Venue: Det Kongelige Teaters Gamle Scene, Kongens Nytorv, CPH K Date: Saturday July 6 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 100-450 DKK

Vocal vigour at CJF 2013

A few albums later, in which she mostly performed original

This year’s Concert Hall Events offers a number of great

and rather inferior material, Wilson changed direction and

vocalists, each with their own unique artistic foothold. Cas-

began performing an acoustic blues-oriented programme for

sandra Wilson is one of the great jazz vocalists of our time, and her artistic expression includes a good portion of country, blues and folk elements. Wilson has released eight solo studio albums on the legendary Blue Note label, earning her several international accolades. This year she will perform alongside Gregoire Maret (harmonica, dir), Brandon Ross (g), Jon Cowherd (p), Lonnie Plaxico (b) and John Davis (dr) at the CJF.

Blue Note called Blue Light ‘Til Dawn. By going back in time, she had found herself, and has since continued interpreting vintage country blues and folk music in fresh and creative ways. Glamoured, released in 2003, posed a different kind of challenge; half the material was composed by Wilson herself. Unwilling to stand still, she gently explored sampling and other hip-hop techniques for Thunderbird (2006). She followed the

Shifting sounds

acclaimed and successful Loverly, another album of stand-

Although her recording career has been somewhat erratic,

ards, with Silver Pony in 2010. Ever a musical chameleon, she

Cassandra Wilson became one of the top jazz singers of the

changed direction again with an album of mostly original

1990s, blessed with a distinctive and flexible voice. She began

tunes entitled Another Country, which she co-produced with

playing piano and guitar when she was nine, and was work-

electric guitarist Fabrizio Sotti. Recorded in Italy, New Orleans,

ing as a vocalist by the mid-70s, singing a wide variety of material. Following a year in New Orleans, Wilson moved to New York in 1982 and began working with Dave Holland and Abbey Lincoln. After meeting Steve Coleman, she became the main vocalist with the M-Base Collective. She worked with

and New York, it was released in the Summer of 2012.

The height of success Two of Wilson’s albums, Blue Skies (1988) and New Moon Daughter (1996), have topped the U.S. jazz charts, and the latter also won her a Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Perfor-

New Air and recorded her first album as a lead singer in 1985.

mance in 1997. More recently, Wilson’s album Loverly (2008)

By her third record; A standards date, critics began describing

also won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album at the 51st

her sound to that of Betty Carter.

Grammy Awards in 2009.

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12 � Café Bopa

Slagtehusgade 5e, 1715 Kbh V, www.5e.dk / www.ilkmusic.com Dybbølsbro

Løgstørgade 8, 2100 Kbh Ø, www.cafebopa.dk

Kompagnistræde 34, 1208 Kbh K, www.drop-inn.dk

Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 Kbh V, ida-moedecenter.ida.dk

2 � Amager Bio

13 � Café Den Blå Hund

26 � Frb Brandstation

38 � Ingolfs Kaffebar

Øresundsvej 6, 2300 Kbh S, www.amagerbio.dk

Godthåbsvej 28, 2000 Frb, www.cafedenblaahund.dk

Howitzvej 26, 2000 Frb, www.jazz.dk

Ingolfs Allé 3, 2300 Kbh S, www.ingolfskaffebar.dk

141 � Café G1,5 km

27 � Frb Hovedbibliotek

39 � JazzCup

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4 � Amagerbro Kultur, Prismen

15 � Café Mellemrummet

Holmbladsgade 71, 2300 Kbh S, www.prismen.dk

Ravnsborggade 11, 2200 Kbh N, www.ms.dk/mellemrummet

12 � Café Bopa 16 � Café Sommersko

2 � Amager Bio 6 � Bartof Café

13 � Café Den Blå Hund 17 � CaféScenen

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1 � 5e / ILK 5 � Argentinsk Vinbar Tango y Vinos

Slagtehusgade 5e, 1715 Kbh V, www.5e.dk / www.ilkmusic.com Herluf Trolles gade 9, 1052 Kbh K, www.tangoyvinos.dk

Jemtelandsgade 3, 2300 Kbh S, www.kvarterhuset.dk Solbjergvej 3, 2000 Frb, www.bartofstation.dk

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Holmbladsgade 71,Frb 2300 Frb Allé 57, 1820 C, Kbh S, www.prismen.dk 5 www.valbysummerjazz.dk � Argentinsk Vinbar Tango y Vinos

Herluf Trolles gade 9, 1052 Kbh K, www.tangoyvinos.dk 9 � Børnekulturhus Ama’r Strandvej 6 Amager � Bartof Cafév. Station 5, 2300 Kbh S, www.børnekulturhus-amar.dk Ndr. Fasanvej 46, 2000 Frb, www.bartofcafe.dk

� Børneteatret 7 10 � Bartof Station / Christiania JazzClub Christiania, 1407 Kbh Solbjergvej 3, 2000 Frb, K, www.bartofstation.dk www.facebook.com/groups/32825549735/

8 � Betty Nansen Teatret / Valby Summer Jazz Apotek Frb11 Allé� 57,Café 1820 Blågårds Frb C, Blågårds Plads 2, 2200 Kbh N, www.kroteket.dk www.valbysummerjazz.dk

9 � Børnekulturhus Ama’r Amager Strandvej v. Station 5, 2300 Kbh S, 8 www.børnekulturhus-amar.dk

Kejsergade 2, 1155 Kbh K, www.cafeg.dk Skindergade 43, 1159 Kbh K, www.charliescotts.dk

15 Mellemrummet 19 � �Café Christians Kirke

Ravnsborggade 11, 2200 Kbh N, www.ms.dk/mellemrummet Strandgade 1, 1401 Kbh K, www.christianskirke.com

16 SommerskoBeboerhus / Barefoot Rec. 20 � �Café Christianshavns Kronprinsensgade 6, 1114 Dronningensgade 34, 1420Kbh KbhK, K,www.sommersko.dk www.barefoot-records.com

Kompagnistræde 34, 1208 Kbh K, www.drop-inn.dk Ahlmanns Allé 6, 2900 Hellerup, www.genbib.dk

Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 Kbh V, ida-moedecenter.ida.dk Store Regnegade 19A, 1110 Kbh K, www.jazzhusmontmartre.dk

26 � Frb Brandstation 30 � Gråbrødre Torv

Howitzvej 26, 2000 Frb, www.jazz.dk Gråbrødre Torv, 1154 Kbh K, www.jazz.dk

27� �Gustavs Frb Hovedbibliotek 31 Bistro og Butik

Falkoner Plads 3, 2000 Frb, www.fkb.dk Classensgade 11A, 2100 Kbh Ø, www.gustavsbistro.dk

28 � �Harbo FærgeBar Caféen 32

Strandgade 50, Blågårdsgade 2D,1401 2200Kbh KbhK, N,www.faergecafeen.dk www.facebook.com/Harbobar DR Byen

29 � �Haveselskabets Gentofte Bibliotekerne 33 Have

Ahlmanns 6, 2900 www.genbib.dk Frb RunddelAllé 1, 2000 Frb,Hellerup, www.jazz.dk

Skindergade 3, 1159Plads Kbh K,1,www.cafeteatret.dk Søren Kierkegaards www.kb.dk

Gråbrødre Torv, 1154 Kbh K,K, www.jazz.dk Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 Kbh www.huset-kbh.dk Stages: Gårdscenen, Husets Café, Planeten, Huset 1. sal 31 � Gustavs Bistro og Butik Jazz, ToneArt, Ayi Solomon Presented by: Paradise Classensgade 11A, 2100 Kbh Ø, www.gustavsbistro.dk

19 Kirke 23 � � Christians Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene Strandgade 1, 1401 Kbh K, K, www.christianskirke.com Kongens Nytorv, 1017 Kbh www.jazz.dk

20 Beboerhus / Barefoot Rec. 24 � �Christianshavns Det Lille Musikhus Dronningensgade 1420 Kbh Kbh K, www.barefoot-records.com Brolæggerstræde 34, 14B, st, 1211 K, www.detlillemusikhus.dk

Amagerbro

Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10, 1153 Kbh K, www.jazzhouse.dk

25 � Drop Inn 29 � Gentofte Bibliotekerne

30 � �Huset Gråbrødre 34 KBH Torv

Skindergade 43, 1159 Kbh K, www.charliescotts.dk Vartov, Farvergade 27L, 1463 Kbh K, www.dankultur.dk

40 � Jazzhouse

Strandgade 50, 1401 Kbh K, www.faergecafeen.dk

17 21 � �CaféScenen Den Sorte Diamant 18 Scott’s Bar / Fringe Jazz Fest 2013 22 � �Charlie Det Danske Kulturinstitut

Gothersgade 107, 1123 Kbh K, www.jazzklubben.dk/jazzcup.asp

37 � IDA Bryggen 41 � Jazzhus Montmartre

38 � Ingolfs Kaffebar 42 � Karens Minde Kulturhus

Ingolfs Allé 3, 2300 Kbh S, www.ingolfskaffebar.dk Wagnersvej 19, 2450 Kbh SV, www.kmkulturhus.dk

JazzCup 4339 �� Kayak Bar

Gothersgade 107, 1123 Kbh K, www.jazzklubben.dk/jazzcup.asp Børskaj 12, 1221 Kbh K, www.kayakbar.dk

Jazzhouse 4440 �� KB18

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Jazzhus Montmartre 4541 �� Koncerthuset

Store Regnegade 1110 Kbh K, www.jazzhusmontmartre.dk Emil Holms Kanal 20, 19A, www.dr.dk/Koncerthuset, www.jazz.dk Stages: Koncertsalen, Studie 2Kulturhus 42 � Karens Minde 19, 2450 Kbh SV, www.kmkulturhus.dk 46Wagnersvej � Koncertkirken Blågårds Plads 6A, 2200 43 � Kayak BarKbh N, www.koncertkirken.dk

12, 1221Have Kbh K, www.kayakbar.dk 47Børskaj � Kongens Kongens Have, 1306 Kbh K, www.jazz.dk 44 � KB18 Halmtorvet 9B, 1700 Kbh Kbh V, www.husetsteater.dk Blågårdsgade 2D, 2200 N, www.facebook.com/Harbobar 18, 1714 Kbh V, www.kb18.net 48Kødboderne � Krudttønden DR Byen 36 Plads Serridslevvej 2, 2100 Kbh Ø, www.krudttonden.dk 33 � �Højbro Haveselskabets Have 45 � Koncerthuset

35 / MS Congo 32 � �Husets Harbo Teater Bar

Højbro Plads, 1200 Kbh K Frb Runddel 1, 2000 Frb, www.jazz.dk

21 � Den Sorte Diamant

34 � Huset KBH

Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, www.kb.dk

Rådhusstræde 13, 1466 Kbh K, www.huset-kbh.dk

Emil Holms Kanal 20, www.dr.dk/Koncerthuset, www.jazz.dk Stages: Koncertsalen, Studie 2

46 � Koncertkirken

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Øresundsvej 6, 2300 Kbh S, www.amagerbio.dk Ndr. Fasanvej 46, 2000 Frb, www.bartofcafe.dk

Løgstørgade 8, 2100 Kbh Ø, www.cafebopa.dk Kronprinsensgade 6, 1114 Kbh K, www.sommersko.dk

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61 � �Nordlys Lysthuset After Dark 65 Café og Spisehus

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The original jazz venue: Montmartre Jazzhus Montmartre is a renowned jazz hotspot in the heart of Copenhagen, presenting world class live jazz at the original intimate venue where it all began in 1959. We sit down with Montmartre’s musical director, Christian Brorsen, and discover the history behind this fantastic club, as well as get his thoughts on the 2013 edition of the Copenhagen Jazz Festival (CJF).

The swing of jazz Christian has been the musical director at Jazzhus Montmartre since 2011. He says that jazz music makes him happy and gives him inspiration. “When jazz is played at the highest artistic level it gives me a feeling of being one with the music and being in the moment. Something the modern man almost never experiences being distracted by phones, TV and just living a stressful and busy life,” he explains. Jazz is a fast-growing genre globally, and is becoming more popular and accessible to the average person through events such as CJF. “There are clubs in almost every small town in Denmark, but most importantly Copenhagen is again the leading jazz city in Europe. The strange thing is that public TV and radio largely ignore jazz, but there has never been as many people listening and playing the music as right now,” he says.

“In 2010 the original room where Montmartre was situated came up for sale and a group of people decided to open Montmartre again – the name and place renound with so many musicians all over the world.” Today the club again attracts the finest musicians in jazz, now there are both American’s and European’s who visit and play, including Kenny Barron, Enrico Pieranunzi, Pat Martino, Steve Kuhn, Mulgrew Miller, to name a few.

Christian’s top picks for CJF 2013 Christian’s main highlight will be presenting Christian Sands and Warren Wolf at Montmartre, and he predicts that they will both become giants

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Since the late 1950s Jazzhus Montmartre has been considered the European home for jazz. “Ronnie Scotts in London and Montmartre in Copenhagen are the only two clubs left of the original European jazz clubs that opened in the golden years of jazz in Europe,” explains Christian.

also try and visit some of the smaller clubs where you can experience jazz in more intimate settings,” he says. Here are a few

Along with the Saint-Germain in Paris, Jazzhus Montmartre was the premier institution in the movement of exiled American jazz musicians in the 1950s and 1960s. Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Oscar Pettiford, Kenny Drew, Stuff Smith, Ernie Wilkins, Horace Parlan all moved to Copenhagen and many more stayed and played for weeks and months at Montmartre. The influence from these giants and innovators shaped Danish jazz into what it is today, says Christian. “NHØP, Alex Riel, Bo Stief, Mads Vinding, Thomas Clausen, Ben Besiakov, Ole Streenberg, Jesper Thilo, Palle Mikkelborg and many others were brought up musically at Montmartre; and were soon sought after all over Europe,” he says.

other gigs he says

Montmartre at St. Regnegade closed in 1976 and moved to Nørregade where a new and also very inspiring period began. Pat Metheny had his first gig outside the U.S. in this venue, whilst Stan Getz and Kenny Barron recorded People Time.

“Last, but not least, you can find me at Islands Brygge on July 8th where my all-time favourite Arturo Sandoval from Cuba will play a tribute to Dizzy Gillespie,” says Christian.

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that he won’t be missing:

July 8: Bernt Rosengren / Doug Raney 4tet (JazzCup) July 9: Ernie Wilkins Almost Bigband feat. Veronica Mortensen (Paradise Jazz Club) July 14: Tomas Franck New Quartet (Sofiekælderen)

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Editor’s top ➐ picks

awarded her with yet another one. Reeves has always moved freely within jazz, pop, R&B and world music – but her deep jazz roots are indisputable no matter if she sings standards or covers Peter Gabriel and Joni Mitchell songs. Diana Reeves is one of a kind, and live she gives a vocal performance never to be forgotten. Experience her at Koncerthuset on Sunday the 7th of July during this year’s Copenhagen Jazz Festival.

If you haven’t had a chance to finalise your listening programme for this year’s Festival, here are a few gigs you should not miss…

Victor Wooten (b, voc) and Derico Watson (dr, voc) Venue: Kulturhuset Viften Date: Friday July 5 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 350 DKK Since his days with Blood Sweat and Tears in the mid-1970s, followed by stints with Billy Cobham and Miles Davis’ band in the 1980s, and a solo career that now spans more than 25 years, guitarist Mike Stern has used his jazz roots as a starting point for exploring a range of alternate territories that include R&B, rock, swing, funk, world music and numerous other regions along the musical topography. The recipient of Guitar Player magazine’s Certified Legend Award for 2012, he’s an artist who’s not afraid to bring numerous styles and ideas – however diverse – into the same place just to see what happens. All Over the Place is Stern’s new recording on Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group. The 11-song set aligns the characteristically diverse and adventurous guitarist with a cadre of brilliant guests, including trumpeter Randy Brecker; saxophonist Kenny Garrett; and drummers Dave Weckl, Keith Carlock and Lionel Cordew. Also on hand is a delegation of high-caliber electric and acoustic bass players: Esperanza Spalding, Richard Bona, Victor Wooten, Anthony Jackson, Dave Holland, Tom Kennedy, Will Lee and Victor Bailey.

➋ Tomasz Stanko (tp), David Virelles (p), Thomas Morgan (b) and Gerald Cleaver (dr) Venue: Jazzhouse Date: Saturday July 6 Time: 21:00 Ticket price: 370 DKK Tomasz Stanko introduces a new and exciting quartet, in a double album full of strong themes, inspired playing, and improvisational daring. The album was recorded in June 2012 in New York, a city in which the great Polish trumpeter has become a familiar presence in the last decade. Stanko’s New York Quartet makes its debut with a programme inspired also by the poetry of Wisława Symborska, the Polish poet, essayist and Nobel Laureate, who died in 2012.

➌ Scott Colley Quintet (US/DK) Venue: Prøvehallen / Valby Summer Jazz Date: Sunday July 7 Time: 18:00 and 20:30 Ticket price: 195 DKK Scott Colley is the first choice bass player for American jazz legends like Herbie Hancock og Jim Hall. He is also a dynamic band leader for some of American jazzs’ great stars. Get a taste of the sound and atmosphere from the legendary jazz club Blue Note Jazz Club in New York, when Colley visits Prøvehallen with a cast of American jazz musicians and one noteable Dane, sax player Benjamin Koppel. In the band is also Grammy winner David Sánchez on saxophone.

Pic: Kristoffer Juel Poulsen

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➎ The Cookers (US) Venue: Prøvehallen / Valby Summer Jazz Date: Monday July 8 Time: 18:00 and 20:30 Ticket price: 245 DKK All-star band The Cookers provides a true American jazz club vibe. They play neobop, bringing back the atmosphere of legendary Danish venue, Jazzhus Montmartre, the melting pot for 1960s renowned jazz music. The Cookers frequently perform at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City.

➏ Lovano & Koppel Mezzo Sax Meeting (US/DK) Venue: Betty Nansen Teatret / Valby Summer Jazz Date: Tuesday July 9 Time: 18:00pm and 20:30pm Ticket price: 270 DKK This is the world premiere of the mezzo sax meeting betwenn Joe Lovano (US) and Benjamin Koppel (DK). Not to be missed!

➐ Warren Wolf in a Danish-American quartet Venue: Jazzhus Montmartre Dates: Tuesday July 9; Wednesday July 10; Thursday July 11 Times: 20:00pm Ticket price: 350 DKK These days a new generation of sublime American jazz musicians bloom. Among the best, who haven’t yet visited Copenhagen, are vibraphone player Warren Wolf and drummer Lee Pearson. During the festival they team up with two of Denmark’s rising stars for a stellar jazz journey taken from The Great American Songbook. Advertisement

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Classic Jazz Tributes

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Tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim Steen Rasmussen all-stars Quinteto w. special guest Josefine Cronholm  9/7, 18:30

Tribute to Art Blakey Kresten Osgood Special Occasion Quintet  10/7, 18:30

Tribute to Jimmy Smith Kjeld Lauritsen Group  11/7, 18:30

Tribute to Thad Jones Jesper Løvdal Quartet w. guest  12/7, 18:30

Tribute to Cannonball Adderley Jesper Lundgaard Trio

➍ Dianne Reeves (US) Venue: Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen Date: Sunday July 7 Time: 20:00 Ticket price: 270-345 DKK Dianne Reeves has time and time again been crowned the queen of American vocal jazz, and as a direct heir to legends such as Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. Reeves has won a Grammy (Best Jazz Vocals) for three consecutive years, and her performance on the soundtrack to the George Cloony-movie “Good Night, and Good Luck”

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Tribute to Oscar Pettiford Hugo Rasmussen & friends  13/7, 21:30

Classic Jazz Remixed DJ-set. Mike Sheridan & August Rosenbaum

Price: DKK 120 – buy your ticket at the entrance or at jazz.dk Enjoy a delicious BBQ buffet in Visit Carlsberg’s charming courtyard before the concerts. Visit Carlsberg, Gamle Carlsberg Vej 11, 1799 Copenhagen V. www.visitcarlsberg.dk

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The innovative sounds of Charles Lloyd Tenor saxophone titan Charles Lloyd has been hailed as one of the most restlessly inventive musicians in jazz history. Spiritual sounds On the opening night of The Copenhagen Jazz Festival, listeners can be treated to an exclusive trio with a very spiritual project “Sangam” (Hindi for confluence or union), which originally was born as a tribute to the late drummer Billy Higgins. Saxophonist Charles Lloyd was a virtual superstar at the end of the sixties. His album Forest Flower was bought by a wide audience even though it was a mix of avant-garde jazz and Eastern influences. He explored the combination of jazz and rock, until suddenly in the seventies he’d had enough and withdrew from the scene. Lloyd devoted his time to meditation. A decade later he was ready to once again seek musical innovations without losing sight of his audience.

Fine fusion and forward-thinking This forward-thinking musician’s musician whose supreme improvisational talents and interest in cross-pollinating jazz with rock as well as non-Western styles of music during the ‘60s and ‘70s established him as one of the key figures in the development of fusion and world music. Born in Memphis,

Zakir Hussain (voc, tablas), Charles Lloyd (s, p), Eric Harland (dr) Venue: Statens Museum for Kunst Date: Friday July 5 Time: 21:00 Ticket price: 340 DKK Tennessee on March 15, 1938, Lloyd grew up surrounded by the vibrant blues and jazz scenes of his native city. Given a saxophone at age nine, Lloyd eventually studied with Memphis legend and pianist Phineas Newborn as well as saxophonist Irvin Reason. By his teens, Lloyd was gigging locally with such artists as saxophonist George Coleman and future blues icons including Bobby “Blue” Bland, Howlin’ Wolf, B.B. King, and others. In the late 1980s, following his return from his spiritual journey and sabbatical from the scene, Lloyd formed a quartet with Swedish pianist Bobo Stenson and released several albums on ECM. This association with ECM continued throughout the next decade, a time of renewed public interest in Lloyd, and he built a steady body of work for the label, including Voice in the Night (1999) with guitarist John Abercrombie, The Water is Wide (2000) with pianist Brad Mehldau, Hyperion with Higgins (2001), and Which Way is East (2004). His latest studio album is a duet offering with pianist Jason Moran entitled Hagar’s Song, which was issued in February of this year. Lloyd is coming to The National Gallery of Copenhagen with Zakir Hussain, a virtuoso on the tabla (classical Indian drums). Hussain has played with all the legends from his own country as well as with Van Morrison, Pharoah Sanders and George Harrison. More percussion is supplied by the young Texan Eric Harland who has recorded with McCoy Tyner and Ravi Coltrane, among others.

The primary year-round jazz venue since 1991 In october 1991, Copenhagen Jazzhouse opened as a jazz club born against the backdrop of the jazz environment in the city; backed by musicians, politicians, state and municipality. Jazzhouse has since been a primary year-round scene for jazz in Denmark, with approximately 200 concerts held there annually.

Reflecting the contemporary and modern As such, Jazzhouse is Denmark’s only regional venue devoted solely to jazz. “We are a partly volunteer driven venue with close ties to independent organisers, so that the programme does not only reflect one man’s preferences but to some extent the preferences ‘out there’,” explains Bjarke Svendsen, daily manager and booker at Copenhagen Jazzhouse. The Jazzhouse reflects jazz history, contemporary movements and artists who don’t not have a specific jazz sound, but whose approach to music can be labelled as ‘jazzy’. “By keeping presentations open, we try to reflect on how different genres are not separated, but on the contrary, how they exceed, how they integrate in and how they feed on each other,” says Bjarke. He says that he personally enjoys Jazz because it is open, alive, happening and because of the ‘live’ element due to the improvisation that forms part of the genre. “It’s not a fixed format but a process of creating,” he explains.

Copenhagen’s lively scene Copenhagen has a very lively jazz scene at present, largely due to the strong culture born in the 1950s, but also as a result of a crop of talented new artists as Bjarke explains; “Both performing and presenting, the scene is partly defined by Copenhagen’s strong history as the jazz capital of Europe, so the good old days are still a reference point to some. On 12

the contrary a lot of newcomers are re-defining the scene too. Young musicians from the conservatory doing their own stuff, labels like Barefoot and Ilk and all the labels and people based at Mayhem.” He says that it is important that we as an industry know where we come from but also try to create something new, and find new territories. Bjarke is optimistic in that he says that jazz has a much larger potential than current popularity trend reflect, but would like the genre so dear to the soul of Denmark, to be more widely accessible. “Jazz music would benefit a lot from being included in the loop where ‘the other genres’ are being processed and communicated. Jazz is somewhat isolated and mainly gets exposure in devoted jazz magazines and on a small degree in more popular media,” he expresses.

Bjarke’s thoughts on CJF 2013 He says that there are once again tons of concerts he would like to attend, but when he thinks of the overall vibe, it is for this reason that he is most excited. “The city is buzzing with people and music and it’s a joy to be a part of this music community. So many different people take part in so many different concerts over the 10-day festival of jazz music.”


Successful saxophonist NEA Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award-winning saxophonist and Tony Award nominee Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time. Leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today, and a frequent soloist with classical ensembles, Marsalis and his Quartet of musical friends recently released Four MFs Playin’ Tunes. On this new album, the song takes centre stage, with the band members bringing their considerable musical expertise to bear, as they focus on each tune as an important musical entity unto itself and not merely a vehicle for showcasing individual talent.

Diverse career A brilliantly innovative saxophonist, Marsalis released his first album, Scenes in the City, in 1984. Having gained initial acclaim through his work with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and his brother Wynton’s quintet in the early 1980s, Marsalis also began to perform and recorded with the who’s-who of jazz giants including; Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and Sonny Rollins. He has also collaborated with a diverse array of artists including; Sting, the Grateful Dead and Bruce Hornsby. His eclectic sound and collaboration is further reflected in his explorations in film, radio and television, including his role as the musical director of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for two years in the early 1990s. Marsalis has also acted in popular movies such as Throw Mama from the Train

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Branford Marsalis (s), Joey Calderazzo (p), Eric Revis (b), Justin Faulkner (dr) Venue: Pressen, Politikens Hus Date: Mon July 8; Tue July 9

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and School Daze, as well as provided music for Mo’ Better Blues and other films. He made his Broadway debut as the composer of original music for the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of August Wilson’s play Fences. Marsalis received a Tony nomination in the category of “Best Original Score (Music and/ or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre” and a 2010 Drama Desk Award for “Outstanding Music in a Play” for his participation. The three-time Grammy winner continues to expand his skills as an instrumentalist and composer. As head of Marsalis Music, the label he founded in 2002, he produces both his own projects and those of the jazz world’s most promising new and established artists.

Sharing this passion for jazz Dedicated to changing the future of jazz in the classroom, Marsalis has shared his knowledge at universities across America. Beyond these efforts, he is also bringing a new approach in jazz education to student musicians and listeners in colleges and high schools. He does this through Marsalis Jams, an interactive programme designed by Marsalis in which leading jazz ensembles present jam sessions in miniresidencies. Join Pressen, Politikens Hus for an astounding performance of one of the most innovative and forward-thinking jazz artists around today bringing the sound of his home town, New Orleans, to Copenhagen for two consecutive nights!

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During the summer period the tours will mainly be conducted onboard our new environmentally friendly electric boat. It is completely silent as it glides through the water which allows for an unique musical experience.

Twilight Jazz departure: 19:00 Moonlight Jazz departure: 21:00 Departs from: Nyhavn Duration: 1 hr 30 min Price: 150 DKK (adults) / 75 DKK (child 5-11)

For more information contact Canal Tours on 3266 0000 or visit our webiste: www.stromma.dk or email: info@stromma.dk 13


What’s on at Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2013 Here is a small selection of concerts with an international approach. There are 1200 concerts in total, please go to our website www.jazz.dk for other listings.

Date Time Event Title Venue

Sankt Jakobs Church presents:

Jul-05

Vokalgruppen Touché. Date: Friday, 5 July Time: 16:00 Tickets: 100 kr

Marilyn Mazur Josefine Cronholm Krister Jonsson

Date: Sunday, 7 July Time: 16:00 Tickets: 100 kr

15:30 Official Opening

Jul-05 20:00 Alex Riel Presents: Christian Sands (US) Jul-05 20:00 Mike Stern & Victor Wooten Band feat. Bob Franceschini & Derico Watson (US)

Jazzhus Montmartre

Jul-05 20:00 Bobo Moreno, Bo Stief & Ole Koch Hansen Jul-05 20:30 The Soul Rebels (US)

Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Jul-05 21:00

Sangam feat. Charles Lloyd, Zakir Hussain & Eric Harland (US/IN)

Statens Museum for Kunst

Jul-05

Jakob Bro Tentet feat. Peter Laugesen (DK/US)

Jazzhouse

21:00

2100 København Ø Tickets can be purchased at the door

Kulturhuset Viften

Pressen, Politikens Hus

Jul-05 23:00 Pistol nr. 9 feat. Cecilia Quinteros Christianshavns Beboerhus / Barefoot Records Jul-05 23:00

Østerbrogade 59

Statens Museum for Kunst

T.A.O Date: Tuesday, 9 July Time: 16:00 Tickets: 70 kr

SERRIDSLEVVEJ 2 2100 KØBENHAVN Ø TLF 35 42 83 62 WWW.KRUDTTONDEN.DK

COPENHAGEN JAZZ FESTIVAL 2013

Jazzhouse

Jul-06 20:00 Cassandra Wilson (US) Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene Jul-06

20:00

Dissing Sings Armstrong

Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Jul-06 20:30

The Roots & Soul of New Orleans feat. “The King of Treme” Shannon Powell & James Andrews (DK/US)

Pressen, Politikens Hus

Jul-06

Tomasz Stanko New York Quartet (PL/US)

Jazzhouse

NATJAZZ: Tranberg/Davidsen/Sorey w. special guests (US/DK)

Jazzhouse

21:00

Jul-06 23:00

VERONICA MORTENSEN AND NIELS HP

NATJAZZ: Tranberg/Davidsen/Sorey w. special guests (US/DK)

DOUBLE CONCERT FRI 5 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 120 KR

Jul-07 16:00 A-Team Kongens Have

CHRISTINA DAHL, MARILYN MAZUR

Jul-07

18:00

Enrico Pieranunzi Trio (IT/DK)

Gustavs Bistro og Butik

Jul-07

20:00

Dianne Reeves (US)

Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen

AND BAND ANE

SAT 6 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 150 KR

KISS KISS BANG BANG

Jul-07 20:00 Vildnis Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

FEAT. SINNE EEG & NICLAS KNUDSEN SUN 7 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 170 KR

Jul-07 20:30 Scott Colley Quintet (US/DK) Prøvehallen / Valby Summer Jazz

AFENGINN MAN 8 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 100 KR

MORTEN SCHANTZ TRIO

+ AYI SOLOMON & RABAB AOMARI

Jul-07 21:00 Søren Kjærgaard/Thomas Morgan/Andrew Cyrille/Andrew D’Angelo/Maria Laurette-Friis (DK/US)

Jazzhouse

Jul-08

TUE 9 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 100 KR

DANJÁL WED 10 JULY TIME: 20.00 PRICE: 100 KR

CARSTEN DAHL EXPERIENCE

THU 11 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 150 KR

METTE JUUL, ALEX RIEL,

THOMAS FONNESBECH AND HEINE HANSEN FRI 12 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 120 KR

ELEKTROJAZZ SAT 13 JULY TIME: 20:00 PRICE: 150 KR

JAZZKAMIKAZE SUN 14 JULY TIME: 16:00 PRICE: 130 KR

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FEAT. KAREN

16:00

Phone Book + Agnostic Revelations (DK/US)

Gråbrødre Torv

Jul-08 18:00

The Cookers: Billy Harper, Eddie Henderson, David Weiss, George Cables, Cecil McBee, Billy Hart (US)

Prøvehallen / Valby Summer Jazz

Jul-08 18:30

Tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim – Steen Rasmussen All-stars Quinteto w. special guest Josefine Cronholm

Visit Carlsberg

Jul-08

20:00

Tower of Power (US)

Amager Bio

Jul-08

20:00

Arturo Sandoval (CU)

Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Jul-08 20:30

The Cookers: Billy Harper, Eddie Henderson, David Weiss, George Cables, Cecil McBee, Billy Hart (US)

Prøvehallen / Valby Summer Jazz

Jul-08

An Evening with Branford Marsalis (US)

Pressen, Politikens Hus

20:30


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MUSICGUIDE

Date Time Event Title Venue

Ndr. Fasanvej 46 · 2000 Frederiksberg www.bartofcafe.dk Tickets: www.billetto.dk

Jul-08 21:00 August Rosenbaum “Heights” Skuespilhusets Foyer

KR. 60

FRIDAY 5/7 TIME: 15:00

Jul-08 Jul-09 Jul-09

21:00 15.00 19:00

Molvær/Aarset/Mazur/Bang “Spirit Cave” (NO/DK) Pierre Dørge New Jungle Orchestra Søren Dahl Jeppsen Pipe Dreams

Jazzhouse Kongens Have Skuespilhuset

Jul-09 20:00 Marcus Miller (US) + Richard Bona (CM) Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene

Paul Banks & Gustaf Ljunggren

JAZZ/BLUES/WORLD KR. 100

FRIDAY 5/7 TIME: 21:00

Nikolaj Hess, Jesper Lundgaard & Morten Lund SATURDAY 6/7 TIME: 13:00

SUPER JAZZ KR. 50

SATURDAY 6/7 TIME: 15:00

MODERN/CONTEMPORARY KR. 60

SATURDAY 6/7 TIME: 21:00

JAZZ/ROOTS/WORLD KR. 90

Nikolaj Hess

solo concert - piano

Kira Martini band

Pierre Dørge, Irene Becker, Morten Carlsen SUNDAY 7/7 TIME: 13:00

WORLD KR. 50

SUNDAY 7/7 TIME: 15:00

SWING/MAINSTREAM KR. 70

Jacob Fischer - solo guitar Esben Just

(DK)

and James Andrews (USA) - soulbrothers

MAINSTREAM KR. 100

SUNDAY 7/7 TIME: 21:00

Jul-09 20:00 Efterklang + Indians Koncerthuset, Studie 2

Garzone (USA), Ehlers, Westergaard og Høyer MONDAY 8/7 TIME: 15:00

MODERN/CONTEMPORARY KR. 70

MONDAY 8/7 TIME: 21:00

SWING/MAINSTREAM KR. 100

Jan Kaspersen piano and Bob Rockwell sax

Jul-09 20:00 Ginman/Blachman/Dahl/Mikkelborg: “Slowmotion Pink” Den Sorte Diamant / Det Kgl. Bibliotek Jul-09 20:30 Joe Lovano & Benjamin Koppel Mezzo Sax Meeting (US/DK/SE) Betty Nansen Teatret / Valby Summer Jazz Jul-10 18:00 Ibrahim Electric Haveselskabets Have

Sissel Vera Pettersen vocal/sax + Nikolaj Hess

piano

kvartet

TUESDAY 9/7 TIME: 15:00

Christina von Bülow sax, Jacob Fischer guitar, Jens Skou bass TUESDAY 9/7 TIME: 21:00

Troels Jensen & Paul Banks ”Rêve

bohème”

18:30

Tribute to Jimmy Smith – Kjeld Lauritsen Group

Visit Carlsberg

Jul-10 20:00 Macy Gray & David Murray Infinity Quartet (US) Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene Jul-10 20:00 Roberto Fonseca (CU) Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Django’s guitar club

GIPSY JAZZ/ROOTS KR. 90

THURSDAY 11/7 TIME: 15:00

JAZZ/SWING/BLUES KR. 90

THURSDAY 11/7 TIME: 21:00

JAZZ/SWING/BLUES KR. 90

FRIDAY 12/7 TIME: 15:00

JAZZ/SWING/BLUES KR. 60

Joel Paterson & The Modern Sounds (USA)

Joel Paterson & The Modern Sounds (USA) ”Rêve bohème”

Django’s guitar club

16:00

Stefan Pasborg: “Free Moby Dick” (DK/FI/LT)

Jan Kaspersen kvartet special feat. Bob Rockwell SATURDAY 13/7 TIME: 13:00

MODERN/CONTEMPORARY KR. 60

SATURDAY 13/7 TIME: 15:00

SUPER JAZZ KR. 80

Marc Mommaas (Holland) - sax, Nikolaj Hess - piano.

Bornø, Kristin Korb and Dennis Drud

SATURDAY 13/7 TIME: 21:00

Jacob Fischer guitar, Aske Jacoby guitar, Mikkel Nordsø guitar SUNDAY 14/7 TIME 15:00

”JazzaBrasil” - Brazilian SUNDAY 14/7 TIME: 20:00

Malene Mortensen, Carl Mörner Ringström & Paul Hinz

20:00

Bill Evans & His Soulgrass Band (US)

Kulturhuset Viften

Jul-11 20:00 Medeski Martin & Wood (US) + Becca Stevens (US) Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene 21:00

Thundercat (US) + support: Pelbo (NO)

Jazzhouse

VOCAL

- ART & MUSIC s t a t i o n

Exhibition and concerts in honor of the French / Belgian jazz guitarist, Django Reinhardt

check

WORLD/GYPSYJAZZ KR. 60

SATURDAY 6/7 TIME: 21:00

Katja Prudinsky kvartet

GYPSY JAZZ KR. 60

SUNDAY 7/7 TIME: 21:00

Django Tigers

WORLD/GYPSYJAZZ KR. 90

”Joel Paterson & the Modern Sounds”(USA) TUESDAY 9/7 TIME: 21:00

DJANGO MEETS BENNY GOODMAN KR. 60

Katja Prudinsky kvartet

WEDNESDAY 10/7 TIME 21:00

”Rêve bohème” Django’s guitar club THURSDAY 11/7 TIME: 21:00

”Basily Gypsy Band” (Holland/DK) ”Basily Gypsy Band” (Holland/DK) SATURDAY 13/7 TIME: 21:00

”Rêve bohème” Django’s all star jam

GYPSY JAZZ KR. 60 GIPSY JAZZ/ROOTS KR. 80 GOES DJANGO KR. 80 GOES DJANGO KR. 60 GIPSY JAZZ/ROOTS

Jul-12 18:00 Girls In Airports Haveselskabets Have

There are concerts every night of the exhibition. Photos, history, sales of vinyl records, guitars and exciting gear and art!

Jul-12 21:00 Ibrahim Maalouf Quintet feat. Mark Turner & Larry Grenadier (LB/US/DE) Jazzhouse Jul-13 18:00 Ane Trolle Haveselskabets Have

Solbjergvej 3 · 40 meter from Frederiksberg Metro · www.bartofstation.dk

Jul-13 18:30 Tribute to Oscar Pettiford – Hugo Rasmussen & Friends Jul-13 20:00 The Pedrito Martinez Group (CU/US)

Visit Carlsberg Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

Jul-13 20:30 Terence Blanchard (US) Pressen, Politikens Hus

KvARteRHUSet AmAgeRBRO DAte time

event

8/7

10:30

CHiLDRen’S JAZZ: Astro Budha Agogo

8/7

16:00

Kjeld Lauritsen - FUnKY HAmmOnD

9/7

14:00

trio templeton

10/7

14:00

malene mortensen Band

Jul-13 21:00 Bill Frisell & The Big Sur Sextet (US) + Mikkelborg/Dahl/Davies (DK) Statens Museum for Kunst Jul-13 21:00 Mariam the Believer (SE) Jazzhouse

10/7

21:00

Jacob Fischer trio Feat Fransesco Cali (80 Dkr, indoors)

11/7

10:30

CHiLDRen’S JAZZ: Jeppe og Jazzhyænerne

Jul-13 21:30 Jazz Remixed: Mike Sheridan & August Rosenbaum Visit Carlsberg Jul-13 23:00 NATJAZZ: Weather Report Remixed feat. Emil de Wall & Spejderrobot Jazzhouse Jul-14 20:00 Hugo Rasmussen Allstarz Kulturhuset Islands Brygge

12/7

15:00

indra

13/7

14:00

CHiLDRen’S JAZZ: Steen and Hyggenotterne

All concerts are free and outdoors. (except Jacob Fischer)

Jul-14 21:00 Tim Berne Snakeoil (US) Jazzhouse

us out

KR. 60

Django Tigers

FRIDAY 12/7 TIME: 21:00

Jul-11

JAZZ/ROOTS KR. 90

Ndr. Fasanvej 46 · 2000 Frederiksberg · www.bartofcafe.dk

MONDAY 8/7 TIME: 21:00

Jul-11

WORLD/FUSION KR. 60

cozy outdoor seating, fountains with 22 special-Beer on tap....

FRIDAY 5/7 TIME: 21:00

Jul-11 18:30 Tribute to Thad Jones – Jesper Løvdal Quartet w. guest Visit Carlsberg Jul-11 20:00 Carsten Dahl Experience Kvartet Krudttønden

SWING KR. 100

We have super coffee, JAZZ FOOD, smoke-free, art sales, VINYL RECORDS,

Vandkunsten

Jul-11 18:00 Mike Sheridan Haveselskabets Have

GIPSY JAZZ/ROOTS KR. 90

FRIDAY 12/7 TIME: 21:00

Jul-11 15:00 STORK Gråbrødre Torv Jul-11

MAINSTREAM KR. 70

WEDNESDAY 10/7 TIME: 21:00

Jens Søndergaard, Thomas

Jul-10 21:00 Anker/Leandre/Strid (DK/FR/SE) + Kresten Osgood End of the Jazzhouse Beginning Quartet (DK/FI) Jul-10 21:00 BRO/KNAK Dansehallerne

VOCAL KR. 90

ROOTS/JAZZ/BLUES KR. 60

WEDNESDAY 10/7 TIME: 15:00

Joel Paterson & The Modern Sounds (USA) Jul-10

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if it rains we move inside!

transport: metro to Amagerbro st. + 3 min. walk

Kvarterhuset Amagerbro • Jemtelandsgade 3 • 2300 København S • www.kvarterhuset.dk

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Copenhagen Jazz Festival at july 5–14, 2013 july 05 21:00

july 10 21:00

jaKob bro TeNTeT FEAT. peTer laugeseN (dk/us)

loTTe aNKer, joelle leaNdre, raYmoNd sTrid (dk/FR/se) + KresTeN osgood eNd of THe begiNNiNg QuarTeT (dk/sF)

Jakob Bro (g), Peter laugesen (ord) chris speed (tenor), Jesper Zeuthen (alt sax), Andrew d’Angelo (alt sax), thomas Morgan (b), nikolaj torp larsen (keys), nicolai Munch-Hansen (b), Ac (b), kresten Osgood (dr) og Jakob Høyer (dr)

lotte Anker (s), Joelle leandre (b), Raym)ond strid (dr) + kresten Osgood (dr),Juhani Aaltonen (s), iro Haarla (p, harpe), Jonas Westergaard (b)

july 06 21:00

Tomasz sTaNKo New YorK QuarTeT (Pl/us)

july 11 21:00

THuNderCaT (us) + pelbo (nO)

tomasz stanko (tp), david Virelles (p), thomas Morgan (b) og gerald cleaver (dr)

july 07 21:00

søreN Kjærgaard / THomas morgaN / aNdrew CYrille / aNdrew d’aNgelo / maria laureTTe-friis (dk/us) søren kjærgaard (klaver / kompositioner), thomas Morgan (b), Andrew cyrille (dr), Andrew d’Angelo (altsax), Maria laurette-Friis (vokal)

NaTjazz FRidAys s & sAtuRdAy At ‘lille scene’

july 08 21:00

molvær / aarseT / mazur / baNg ”spiriT Cave” (nO/dk)

nils Petter Molvær (tp), eivind Aarset (g), Marilyn Mazur (perc), Jan Bang (machines)

july 09 21:00

paul jaCKsoN Trio (us)

july 12 21:00

ibraHim maalouf ”wiNd” (lB/us/de)

Mark turner (s), ibrahim Maalouf (tp), Frank Woeste (p), larry grenadier (b), clarence Penn (dr)

july 12 23:30

jagwa musiC (tZ) july 13 21:00

mariam THe believer (se) july 14 21:00

Tim berNe sNaKeoil (us)

tim Berne (s), Oscar noriega (woodwind), Matt Mitchell (p), ches smith (dr)

Paul Jackson (b), Xantonè Blacq (keys), tony Match (dr)

tickets: Billetlugen.dk · 70 263 267

Niels HemmiNgseNs gade 10 · 1153 KbH K · pHoNe: 33 15 47 00 · iNfo: jazzHouse.dK

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