Our friends from the New Simplicity Trio played truly refined instrumental jazz at the latest instalment of our well known house concert series. The motto Jazz for Ear and Palate was well met by chef Boris who served avantgarde dishes to inspire and enjoy.
Here is the flyer and the menu of the evening for you to enjoy and remember.
meoneo's performance at the last Jazz for Ear and Palate left a strong echo. Our guests were enchanted by their music and originality. The delicious dishes created by Chef Boris were also very appreciated.
For collectors or the merely interested, we have attached the flyer and the menu of the evening.
On the 29.04.2017 Astatine will participate for the first time at jazzahead! fair in Bremen. This is an exhibition and meeting point for the international jazz scene.
Since its premiere in 2006, the event has enriched the regional and national cultural scene with its high quality and diverse jazz as well as with international flair.
With its unique concept combining showcase festival, conference, exhibition and festival - all revolving around the central topic “jazz” - the event has become the must-go networking event for the global jazz scene. We're looking forward to meeting you there!
Astatine's latest project is the culmination of several years of work with gifted pianist and composer Norman Peplow, beginning with Astatine's original composition Naïade (Song of a River Nymph).
Of this exciting project, Astatine says: “Ler.che is essentially the music of a proud little Romanian bird, enjoying the exhilaration of new horizons while determined to preserve her roots.”
And indeed, it blends her heritage with favorite musical styles and strands of brilliance learned along the way, to create something entirely new: modern Romanian Jazz. With band Ler.che, Astatine's original compositions and carefully curated folk melodies are set to avant-garde instrumental jazz, producing a unique collection of contemporary Romanian music that defies boundaries of genre and geography.
Astatine's vocals and Norman Peplow on keys are joined by double bassist Martin Giakonovski and Antonio Fusco on drums.