Philipp Gropper’s Philm, new album and European tour dates, May and July 2019.
Monday, May 13, 2019
We have received the following information;
Philipp Gropper’s Philm »Consequences«
Philipp Gropper (tenor saxophone, composition), Elias Stemeseder (piano, synthesizer), Robert Landfermann (bass), Oliver Steidle (drums)
On “Consequences”, Philipp Gropper’s PHILM transfuses the navigation of everyday life into multi-faceted themes. Music on the cutting edge, music that does not shy away from the burning questions of the day, an amalgam of gripping compositions and strong individual statements revealing an emphasis on viable alternatives. Jazz that balances on the outer borders, strangely abstracted and at the same time insistent.
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Philipp Gropper’s Philm on tour:
14.05.2019 - München, DE @ Jazz+, Seidlvilla
15.05.2019 - Marburg, DE @ Cavete
17.05.2019 - Graz, AT @ Stockwerk
18.05.2019 - Schorndorf, DE @ Club Manufaktur
05.07.2019 - Berlin, DE @ Record Release Concert + Grischa Lichtenberger / Donau 115
10.07.2019 - Copenhagen, DK @ Record Release Concert / Copenhagen Jazzfestival
12.07.2019 - Lissabon, PT @ Record Release Concert / tab
14.07.2019 - Wolfsberg, RO @ Record Release Concert / Garana Jazz Festival
Videolink to the title song of the album »Consequences«: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvnWXm6mWF8
The album on bandcamp: https://whyplayjazz.bandcamp.com/album/consequences
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