"Dimensions of Rhythm" is a pan-European ensemble project that illuminates exciting textures on a large scale in a multinational line-up. Students from twelve nations from the music academies of Oslo, Parma, Glasgow, Hamburg and Nuremberg have explored the different dimensions of rhythm in two intensive work phases and will present collective improvisational power and brand new compositions at the NUEJazz Festival Nuremberg.
The Nuremberg-band started its journey in February 2020 and had its first intensive rehearsal week right before the Covid-19 pandemic hit.
The Project was sheduled to perform at NUEJazz Featival in November 2020. Sadly, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no-one could travel and the concert was cancelled.
One year later the band is again preparing to come together. Friday 29. October you will be able to hear this amazing group play together live in Nuremberg, Germany at the NUEJazz Festival 2021.
The music is created by the band members as a group effort. All musicians have contributed musical Ideas, groove, loops, improvisational concepts. These have been integrated into the compositions in various degrees.
With an extended rhythm section, this unusual combination allows for exciting rhythmic conundrums, superimpositions, shifts and, of course, plenty of groove.
"Dimenions of Rhythm" will be performing at NUEJazz Festival on October 29, 2021.
From Conservatorio A. Boito, Parma
Angela Malagisi (vocal)
Rocco Biazzi (vibes)
Vincenzo Panepinto (guitar)
From Hochschule für Musik, Hamburg
Wiebke Hahn (trumpet)
Sophia Oster (Piano)
Irakli Korkotashvili (Drums)
From Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Simon Hebverholz (tenor-saxophone)
Ewan Hastie (bass)
Chun-Wei Kang (Drums)
Kyle Hood (drums)
From Norges Musikkhøgskole, Oslo
David Hveem (el.bass/acc.bass/clar/bs.clar/ten.sax/bar.sax )
Adrian Barstad Andresen (trumpet, goathorn)
Olav Abildgaard (drums, beatbox)
From Hochschule für Musik, Nürnberg
Valentin Findling (piano)
Johanna Rogler (alto and baritone saxophone)
Daniel Bakhri (tuba)
Prof. Steffen Schorn (coordination and concept)