Warsaw Summer Jazz Days 2024

Strona główna / Warsaw Summer Jazz Days 2024 / 5 lipca 2024

Dzień 2

05.07.2024, piątek
godz. 19:00

Karnety

cena obejmuje dni
4-7 lipca 2024
Sektor 1
Parter rząd 1-10 Balkon rząd 1A, 2A
990 zł
Sektor 2
Parter rząd Balkon rząd
850 zł
Sektor 3
Parter rząd
700 zł

Bilety normalne/ulgowe

cena obejmuje cały dzień
Sektor 1
Parter rząd 1-10 Balkon rząd 1A, 2A
330/280.5 zł
Sektor 2
Parter rząd 11-17 Balkon rząd 1-5
280/238 zł
Sektor 3
Parter rząd od 18
220/187 zł
Kolejność wykonawców w ramach dnia koncertowego może ulec zmianie.
Wykonawcy występują po sobie od godz. 19 bez specjalnych przerw

Wykonawcy

Dzień Johna Zorna
Brian Marsella Trio
Brian Marsella Trio
New Masada Quartet 
New Masada Quartet 

więcej o wykonawcach

  • Brian Marsella Trio
    Brian Marsella Trio
    • Brian Marsella - fortepian
    • Jorge Roeder - kontrabas
    • Ches Smith - perkusja
    BRIAN MARSELLA

    Brian Marsella is a pianist, composer, bandleader and educator living in New Jersey. A Philadelphia native, Marsella moved to New York in 1998 and has been touring and recording consistently since. Currently Marsella has released 19 albums as a leader or co- leader. His projects include the large ensembles iMAGiNARiUM and Gatos do Sul, the jazz quintet The Flail, the psychedelic surf-rock trio The Modulators, and Archipelago X. Over the past 7 years, Brian has become a central figure in John Zorn’s world as a musician in both his Masada and Bagatelle projects as well as a member of Zorn’s Cobra,New Electric Masada, powerhouse quartet Chaos Magick (John Medeski, Matt Hollenberg, and Kenny Grohowski), new piano trio with Ches Smith and Jorge Roeder and the jazz quartet Incerto (Smith, Roeder and Julian Lage).

    Brian graduated in 2000 with a BFA from The New School. A passionate teacher, Brian has come full circle and now is on the faculty of the College of Performing Arts at The New School. In addition to being on the piano faculty of the jazz and contemporary music program, Brian teaches the Cross Genre Improvisation Workshop, John Zorn’s Cobra and John Zorn’s Masada. Brian also is on the jazz piano faculty of the Interlochen Arts Academy

    Brian has performed with John Zorn, Cyro Baptista, Matisyahu, Marshall Allen, Nels Cline, Hassan Hakmoun, Jon Irabagon, Ikue Mori, Meg Okura’s Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble, Chris Lightcap’s SuperBigmouth and Superette, Jessica Lurie Ensemble, Zion80, Edom, Pharaoh’s Daughter, Yemen Blues and Fresh Cut Orchestra in venues and festivals around the world including the Village Vanguard, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kimmel Center, Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg), Salle Pleyel (Paris), Newport Jazz Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, Melbourne Jazz Festival and Big Ears Festival (Knoxville, TN).

    JORGE ROEDER

    Originally from Lima, Peru, bassist Jorge Roeder has become renowned as one of the most versatile and expressive bass players in jazz today. Combining a symphonic imagination with the intimate lyricism of a folk musician, the aggressive energy of a raw rocker with the buoyant rhythmic sensibilities of his Afro-Peruvian roots, Roeder conveys a wide spectrum of influences within a resolute foundation. In his hands, says the Ottawa Citizen, “the music feels like it’s dancing from the ground up.”

    Roeder has enjoyed long-standing partnerships with Julian Lage, Sofia Rei, Shai Maestro and Ryan Keberle, and shared stages with such innovators as Gary Burton, Nels Cline, Kenny Werner and John Zorn. He’s been recognized with a number of awards, including the 2007 International Society of Bassists Jazz Competition and semi-finalist status in the 2009 Thelonious Monk Bass Competition, as well as a Grammy nomination for the Julian Lage Group’s debut album.

    CHES SMITH

    Originally from Sacramento, California, Ches Smith is a drummer, percussionist, and composer based in New York. He has collaborated with a host of artists on many scenes since the early 2000s, including Marc Ribot, Tim Berne, John Zorn, Darius Jones, David Torn, John Tchicai, Nels Cline, Mary Halvorson, Trevor Dunn, Terry Riley, Kris Davis, Dave Holland, Secret Chiefs 3, Xiu Xiu, Good for Cows, Theory of Ruin, and Mr. Bungle, among others.

    He has nine records to his name as a bandleader that feature his writing and ensemble curation, and is a devout student of Haitian Vodou drums, performing in religious and folkloric contexts in New York and Haiti for the last decade.

  • New Masada Quartet 
    New Masada Quartet 
    • John Zorn - alto sax 
    • Julian Lage - guitar 
    • Jorge Roeder - bass 
    • Kenny Wollesen - drums

    John Zorn’s newest and most exciting ensemble, The New Masada Quartet is a tight unit of like-minded virtuosi and one of the best groups Zorn has ever had. Bristling hot guitar master Julian Lage, bass wizard Jorge Roeder and 30-year Zorn veteran Kenny Wollesen perform with a crackling live energy that brings the Masada music to life like never before! Led by Zorn’s versatile sax and stop and start conducting, the music is filled with burning solos, telepathic group interaction, heartfelt lyricism and hypnotic grooves.

     

pamiętaj

Pozostałe koncerty biletowane

WSJD2024
Dzień 1
Klub Stodoła
04
lipca
czwartek, g. 19
Dzień 1 / Klub Stodoła
Jutra
Tomek Wendt Daily Things
Immortal Onion & Michał Jan Ciesielski
Ńoko
Sektor 1 200 zł
Sektor 2 150 zł
Sektor 3 100 zł
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Dzień 3
Klub Stodoła
06
lipca
sobota, g. 19
Dzień 3 / Klub Stodoła
Irreversible Entanglemen
Void Patrol
Isaiah Collier & The Chosen Few
Sektor 1 330 zł
Sektor 2 280 zł
Sektor 3 220 zł
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Dzień 4
Klub Stodoła
07
lipca
niedziela, g. 19
Dzień 4 / Klub Stodoła
The Big Tusk
Kuba Więcek Hoshii
Marcus Miller Band
Sektor 1 330 zł
Sektor 2 280 zł
Sektor 3 220 zł

Cena biletów normalnych/ulgowych

cena obejmuje cały dzień
Parter rząd Balkon rząd
1-10 1A, 2A
330/280.5 zł
Parter rząd Balkon rząd
11-17 1-5
280/238 zł
Parter rząd
od 18
220/187 zł

Kup bilet

Cena Karnetów

cena obejmuje dni
4-7 lipca 2024
Parter rząd Balkon rząd
1-10 1A, 2A
990 zł
Parter rząd Balkon rząd
11-17 1-5
850 zł
Parter rząd
od 18
700 zł

Kup karnet

Dofinansowano ze środków Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego pochodzących z Funduszu Promocji Kultury – państwowego funduszu celowego, w ramach programu „Muzyka”, realizowanego przez Narodowy Instytut Muzyki i Tańca.
Dofinansowano ze Środków Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego
Projekt współfinansowany przez m.st. Warszawa
Projekt współfinansowany przez STOART
Ministerstwo Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego Narodowy Instytut Muzyki i Tańca m.st. Warszawa STOART