DECEMBER 1 & 15 AT 21:00 CET
This December, Stingray DJAZZ premieres new concerts and documentaries. Stingray DJAZZ dedicates this month to fusion and avant-garde influenced jazz. Watch Kurt Rosenwinkel’s cutting-edge trio Bandit 65 perform at the Bonn Jazz Festival on December 1 at 21:00 CET, and don't miss Charles Gayle's inspiring trio appearance in MotorMusic Jazz Sessions on December 15 at 21:00 CET. Whereas Rosenwinkel's ensemble merges jazz and electronic sounds, Gayle's saxophone trio plays a more conventional free jazz.
KURT ROSENWINKEL - BANDIT 65
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 AT 21:00 CET
Jazzfest Bonn is an annual festival of modern and creative jazz music. Every May it presents local and international jazz musicians in concert halls all over the German city. Among the artists of the 2017 edition is Bandit 65, a trio of breathtaking virtuosity, great power, boundless breadth, and astounding beauty. Together with Tim Motzer on guitar and electronics, and Gintas Janusonis on drums and percussion, guitarist and band leader Kurt Rosenwinkel explores the intersection of guitars, rhythm, electronics, soundscapes, free improvisation, and telepathic interplay.
MOTOR MUSIC JAZZ - CHARLES GAYLE TRIO
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15 AT 21:00 CET
Charles Gayle was born in the United States. Gayle came to prominence in the 1990s after a few decades of obscurity, resulting from him living as a homeless man playing in New York City's streets and subways. Although the saxophone is his main instrument, free-jazz man Gayle also plays the piano, bass clarinet, bass, and percussion instrument. Together with Manolo Cabras on bass and Giovanni Barcella on drums, Charles Gayle performs at The MotorMusic Jazz Sessions.