YONATHAN AVISHAI “Piano Solo”, Ariel Bringuez artista invitado (Pase único)
Con sede en Francia, el pianista Yonathan Avishai es sin duda una de las voces más singulares de su generación. Ya sea a través de un concierto, en el proyecto teatral o en un taller, este músico único comparte su pasión por el sonido, la música y su historia. El estilo original de Yonathan revive los elementos básicos del jazz – swing, blues e improvisación – de una manera muy personal.
Yonathan Avishai – PIANO
Ariel Bringuez (Special guest) – SAXOPHONE
Based in France, pianist Yonathan Avishai is undoubtedly one of the most singular voices of his generation. Whether through a concert, in the theater project or in a workshop, this unique musician, shares his passion for sound, music and its history. Yonathan’s original style revives the basic elements of jazz – swing, blues and improvisation – in a very personal way.
Yonathan is a part of trumpeter Avishai Cohen’s quartet and appears on his last 2 ECM releases.
His new album «Joys and Solitudes » was recently released on ECM Records.
His 2 lasts albums, «Modern Times Trio » and «The Parade», were acclaimed by both audiences and critics. Yonathan was elected in 2017 as «Révélation française de l’année» in Jazz Magazine.
Inspired by artists such as Louis Armstrong, John Lewis, Art ensemble of Chicago and Mark Rothko, Yonathan creates an emotional and colorful poetic world. He strives to deepen the dimension of his music, packing each note with a dramatic charge. It is through an economy of means and experimenting with cycles that this music takes form. In his music minimalism is a mean of observing movement and attaining the essential, the poetry.
“Thrilling and exciting, this music has a constant flow. It deserves our unreserved applause.” Jazz Magazine.
“Modern Times is fascinating from beginning to end… We’ll hear a lot more about Yonathan Avishai, the man who makes his piano sing and the rhythm dance.” Muziq.
“Through a poetic stroll in the world of cycles we discover what the essence of what music should be”. Jazz News.
“Yonathan Avishai allows silence and desire to settle in music.” France Musique.
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