BOOKING OFFERS: RAJSTHANI SUFI PROJECT, DINO SALUZZI GROUP, SWITCHBACK

RAJSTHANI SUFI PROJECT (India)


Availability: Between September 2014 and March 2015
Territory: Europe

DINO SALUZZI GROUP (Argentina)


Availability: Spring 2015
Territory: Belgium

SWITCHBACK (USA/POLAND)

Availability: April 2015
Territory: Belgium

RAJSTHANI SUFI PROJECT
His name is Mossin Kawa and I’m a TABLA PLAYER from a musical familly
background in Jaipur.
In his last trip in Europe, aside his work in the indian classical
field, he played fusion and jazz stuff with people like DAVID MURRAY,
CHEICK TIDIANE SECK, BERNARD LUBAT, KHALED, HOCUS POCUS, TAMANGO (TAP
DANCER), VINCENT SEGAL, LOY EHRLICH and many more..

DINO SALUZZI GROUP
In his 32-year relationship with ECM Records, Argentinean bandoneonist
Dino Saluzzi has explored many paths—paths upon which he has rarely
traveled more than once, even if there were certain road marks common to
them all. A pair of trio recordings with his son, guitarist José Maria
Saluzzi, employed two different bassists—Marc Johnson on 1997’s Cité de
la Musique and Palle Danielsson on 2003’s Responsorium—their graceful
elegance possessing a similar but different intimacy when compared to
the bandoneonist’s ongoing duo with cellist Anja Lechner, which first
began with Ojos Negros (2007) but then expanded to a trio with the
addition of his brother, saxophonist/clarinetist Félix « Cuchara »
Saluzzi, together alone on 2011’s Navidad de los Andes, following the
trio’s first encounter on El Encuentro (2010), a more sweepingly
ambitious orchestral project.

SWITCHBACK
MARS WILLIAMS – tenor, alto, soprano, sopranino saxophones (Chicago)
« one of the true saxophone players–someone who takes pleasure in the
sheer act of blowing the horn. This tremendous enthusiasm is an
essential part of his sound, and it comes through each note every time
he plays. Whatever the situation, Mars plays exciting music. In many
ways he has succeeded in redefining what versatility means to the
modern saxophone player. » – John Zorn, USA
WACLAW ZIMPEL – bass & alto clarinet, Bb clarinet, tarogato (Warsaw)
« Zimpel’s name goes straight into the list of European jazzmen that
gave new life to clarinet and bass clarinet, continuing Dolphy’s
example: Surman, Sclavis, Trovesi, and the like. » – Francesco
Martinelli, pointofdeparture.org, USA, 2010
« Polish composer/clarinetist Wacław Zimpel is one of the most
promising musicians from the European continent. » – Eyal Hareuveni,
allaboutjazz.com, USA, 2012
HILLIARD GREENE – double bass (NYC)
« His fabulous arco bass mixes lyricism with a burning, literally
ferocious desire of opening the listener’s mind. » – Massimo Ricci,
Touching Extremes, Italy, 2007
« I found his composition to be extraordinary in its depth of emotion.
Hill’s remarkable virtuosity and passion on his instrument and
spiritual awareness was ever present throughout. » – Margot Elizabeth
Meyers, Jazzimprov, NY, USA, 2006
KLAUS KUGEL – drums (Cologne)
« Klaus Kugel is a commanding force behind the drum set. He creates
layers of tension drawn out from intuitive listening. There is a
constant emotional swelling underlying every fill and cymbal crash. –
John Barron, Jazzreview.com, USA, 2007
« These three discs … show Kugel as a drummer whose nearly boundless
energy and imagination cannot be confined by neat categories. » – Ed
Hazel, Signal To Noise, USA, 2006
« Most ensembles can only wish for a percussionist with such high
skill and perceptive musicianship as Klaus Kugel » – Frankfurter
Rundschau, Germany.

Thanks for reading.

I hope to hear from you as soon as possible.

Regards.

Alain


Some Noise
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1050 Brussels 5
Belgium
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