Have you ever yearned to learn of a culture untouched by modern society? Now is your chance! Elsewhere has suddenly decided to open its doors from isolation and present its rich musical heritage. Molino is a band native to this bizarre landscape and has been chosen to represent their country as ambassadors to the rest of the world. Molino still performs using an acoustic setting typical of their homeland, with bass clarinet/clarinet, alto/ baritone saxophone, tuba, trumpet, trombone and drums. This is guaranteed to be a hurly burly experience of infinte possibilities, it is sure to capture your imagination.
Linus Kleinlosen – Alto/Barritone Saxophone, flute
Oliver Emmitt – Trombone
Mauricio Ramirez – Drums
Matthías Ingiberg Sigurðsson – Clarinet, bassclarinet
Axel Schappert – Tuba
Luc Klein – Trumpet
Blue Lines brings together three generations of improvising musicians. In an inimitable mix of throbbing swing, nomadic chords and sincere lyricism, the trio is on a restless quest for new possibilities of ensemble-playing. In these disturbing times, Michiel, Raoul and George also are submitted to unknown musical processes, however: with unbridled devotion, the group plunges in situations where direction and grip are well remembered, but cannot function as firm values and fundamentals anymore. Balancing on the cliffs of musical existence, the ensemble manages other essentials, such as shaky dance rhythms, sharp razored lumps of chopped harmony, spaghettiplates, sucked-in melodies, stadsklanken, caressing desire, flexible manifesto’s, secret transfusions and interim scores.
George Hadow – Drums
Michiel Scheen – Piano, compositions
Raoul van der Weide – Bas, cello, crackle box, compositions
Entrance: € 10