Jazz/Take on Kurt Cobain & Nirvana
- DateFriday 20. September
- TimeKl. 20:00
- PlaceThe Concert Hall
- PriceDKK 395 (+ fee DKK 10)
Niels Lan Doky International Jazz Collective presents the concert JAZZ/TAKE ON KURT COBAIN & NIRVANA featuring the great Bill Evans on saxophone leading an incredible international band with Gary Husband on piano, Linley Marthe on electric bass and Nicolas Viccaro on drums. Together, they will present a new take on the raw energy of Nirvana's iconic works through jazz!
Saxophonist Bill Evans began his career at age 21 with Miles Davis, which helped launch more than three decades of musical exploration leading his own bands. To date, he has recorded 26 solo CDs. Currently, he is co-leading bands with multiple artists, including Robben Ford, Mike Stern, and Randy Brecker, and continues to tour extensively worldwide.
Bill Evans (tenor & soprano saxophone/US)
Gary Husband (piano/UK)
Linley Marthe (electric bass/MU)
Nicolas Viccaro (drums/FR)
This concert is the second presentation of amazing jazz interpretations from the Autumn jazz programme 2024. Join us again on 6 December when Amy Winehouse is interpreted by the great Manu Katché on drums and Felix Pastorius on bass, among others. Furthermore the programme includes presents Niels Lan Doky on 8 December, when he performs his first-ever solo piano concert in Denmark as part of his new concert series The Radius Of Now, showcasing his original compositions, as well as improvisational ‘Explorations’; spontaneous, abstract-poetic creations that delve deep into the present moment, rendering each performance a singular and extraordinary experience that cannot be replicated.
Exclusive jazz collective
The Niels Lan Doky International Jazz Collective is an association of prolific musicians from Europe, North America and South America, devoted to presenting unique and exclusive jazz performances, which cannot be heard anywhere else.
The collective is led by pianist Niels Lan Doky, whom the international press has hailed as “the best pianist of his generation” and “one of the most important pianists that European jazz has given us in the last 45 years”.
There will be no break during this concert.
Concerts are held with numbered seats, and the doors open 25 minutes before the concert starts – access via the Winter Garden. Seats on the balcony are reserved for wheelchair users and can be booked by phoning +45 49190719.