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Program

6 April - 20:00 h (Local Time)
ZeitHaus 
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Photo: Dave Stapleton

NEWCOMERS NIGHT: LAURA JURD'S DINOSAUR & DOMINIC J. MARSHALL

"Groovy trumpet music influenced by rock and folk in the hands of four nerds." This is how trumpeter and bandleader Laura Jurd describes the music performed by her band, Dinosaur. Jurd, who released her first album as a student at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, is currently recognized as one of the UK's most brilliant female composers. She leads her formation with a radiant trumpet voice, navigating intricate passages from lyrical to chaotic with organic, almost telepathic precision. Hence, "Together, As One", the name of the album released in 2016. Along with Laura Jurd, Dinosaur includes Elliot Galvin on Fender Rhodes and Hammond organ, Conor Chaplin electric bass, and drummer Corrie Dick. Blending musical influences from Bartók to Punk, Celtic melodies to electric grooves, the band consistently creates its own astonishing compositions. This earned them audience award as the UK Jazz Act of the Year in 2017 along with the appreciation of enthusiastic fans at jazz festivals across Europe.

Laura Jurd (trumpet, synthesizer) – Elliot Galvin (keyboard, synthesizer) – Conor Chaplin (bass) – Corrie Dick (drums)

Uniting elements from Thelonious Monk to Brad Mehldau, mathematical echoes of Bach, and offbeat textures – this is how Jamie Cullum describes the Dominic J Marshall Trio. The band skilfully blends a variety of influences and ideas, ranging from classical, to jazz and hip-hop, into a sustainable network. And the compositions provide the right permeability for intense improvisation. A native of Scotland, the classically-trained Marshall completed his jazz piano studies at the prestigious Amsterdam Conservatory. In addition to a career as a promising jazz pianist, he performs as a keyboardist with the Cinematic Orchestra. He released several albums as an electronic artist under the name DJM. The Amsterdam-based trio includes Sam Vickery on bass and drummer Sam Gardner. They released the album "The Triolithic" in 2016.

Dominic J. Marshall (piano) – Glenn Gaddum jr. (bass) – Jamie Peet (drums)