Tristan Schmidt Trio
29. Juni 2019 um 20Uhr
Tristan Schmidt — Klavier
Francisco Nogueira — Bass
Timo Menkveld — Schlagzeug
An ensemble from Holland with motivated, energetic musicians who play their own compositions as well as bebop and ballads.
These three musicians play together in their own exciting and fun way of making improvised jazz music.
Their individual messages in music come out in a dynamic way and can be influenced by the others all
the time which leads their music into a kind of adventure which is fun and exciting for the listener.
They regard the public as the musicians they miss when having a rehearsal or private jam. There is
always something special happening when playing live on stage when there are people to share emotions
with in music. Besides that, the public is one of the most important aspects of their development in trusting
each other and the moment. This band is not well known yet and comes from a kind of underground jazz
scene. For them it's about living for the music instead of for the money and pressure of this modern society.
Their performences contain heavy emotional moments wich they share with the audience by trusting the
way the music is developing. Besides energetic bebop classics, ballads and own compositions are being
played. If there are any questions for them to be answered, the music will give the answer in her own
Although the trio is experimenting a lot with free jazz, modern genres, tough arrangements and own
compositions, this band currently has it's focus on the romantic American standard repertoire, totally
improvsed and played in the moment without too many rules or expectations.
The coming visit to Berlin is an extra special one for the bass player William Barrett, who lived a part
of his life in this enspiring city full of culturul development.
youtube: Days of wine and roses (Live)
Eintritt: 7,–– €uro bis 15,–– €uro
Reservierung: 030 / 56 82 89 31
in der Galerie bauchhund salonlabor
Schudomastr. 38, 12055 Berlin⁄Rixdorf
S–Bahn Sonnenallee ⁄ Bus M41 bis Mareschstraße
Fotos: HD Seibt, 2019