16. December 2023 | 19:00 - 22:00
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in collaboration with Jazz am Helmholtzplatz
DJANGO REINHARDT AND FRENCH JAZZ, 1940-1960
also in the program: LEGRAND, GORAGUER, SOLAL, URTREGER
- Lobe Canteen is open from 7pm for wine, snacks, and desserts.
- The concert starts at 8:00 p.m., there will be a short break.
- Concert ends at 9:45 p.m
Our bar is open for you during the whole evening.
Concert sponsored by the Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion, Berlin
The Trichrome Trio, led by Nesin Howannesijan (bass) with Benedikt Jahnel on piano and Diego Pinera on drums, is characterized by exceptionally complex rhythmic and melodic structures. This evening, three great musicians interweave their own compositions with the compositions of some French jazz pianists who were active between 1940 and 1960.
The Django Reinhardt concert series is not only a homage to all the French musicians who made a decisive contribution to the flourishing of the jazz scene in Paris at the time, but also honors the highly creative and impressive members of the current Berlin jazz scene.
Nesin Howannesijan – bass
Benedikt Jahnel – piano
Diego Pinera – drums
Jazz am Helmholtzplatz
The non-profit jazz initiative “Jazz am Helmholtzplatz” (“Jazz at the Helmholtz Square”) aims to re-establish jazz again in Prenzlauer Berg and its neighborhood since march 2018.
Jazz am Helmholtzplatz e.V. wants to support the many national and international professional jazz musicians who reside in Berlin, provide them with more opportunities to play in public and strengthen the visibility of the local jazz scene in Berlin. In the future Jazz am Helmholtzplatz intents to connect local jazz scenes inside of Germany and on an international level.
A core element of Jazz am Helmholtzplatz e.V. are thematically oriented series, curated in a narrower sense, which take place parallel to the concerts and illuminate historical, socio-political, aesthetic topics and are accompanied by program booklets or readers, as well as discourse events.
We are very pleased to announce our first concert in collaboration with Jazz at Helmholtzplatz! There’s more to come, I hope you all enjoy this lovely evening and stay tuned!