Marcus Schinkel Trio & Joscho Stephan - Classic Meets Gypsy
Gypsy-Jazz is the first jazz style invented in Europe around 1930. 140 years earlier, the young Ludwig von Beethoven attracted attention at the Viennese court with unheard new fantasies on the piano, which were created at the moment - like the forerunners of jazz.
What better reason than to bring two virtuoso musicians together: Gypsy guitarist Joscho Stephan and jazz pianist Marcus Schinkel . The two musicians met in 2015 on the occasion of the Dresdner Jazztage and after a nightly meeting, the idea for a combination of gypsy jazz and classical models was born.
The two sound wizards draw from the most diverse melody templates of Mozart s Figaro, Schumann Childrens scenes, Debussy s Reverie, the famous love dream of Franz Liszt or Beethoven's "Wuth on the lost dime" to a brilliant rumba version of the patent topic of Nino Rota.
Wim de Vries, one of the best-known drummers in Europe (the Dutch newspaper Slagwerk awarded him the "Best Jazz Drummer of the Benelux" in 2016 and 2018) and Fritz Roppel, a well-known bassist in the Tango Fuego band, who masters both classical and jazz double-bass, completes the band's special sound.
Admission: 6:30 pm | Start: 7:30 pm | Ticket price 25 EUR
(food & beverage not included)
Address: Muffendorfer Hauptstrasse 47a, 53177 Bonn
The number of seats is limited, please contact us for a reservation.
Foto Credits: Josho Stephan & Marcus Schinckel.