Andrea Marcelli & „Phantom City“ feat.: Tino Derado

30.12. – Beginn: 21:00 Uhr – Eintritt: 15/10 €


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Andrea Marcelli & „Phantom City“ feat.: Tino Derado (2G)

Tobias Relenberg (sax), Tino Derado (p), Tom Berkmann (b), Andrea Marcelli (dr)

Contemporary and Latin jazz

Phantom City is an idea of leader Andrea Marcelli.
This European band wishes to convey with their music, positive and energetic feelings to the listener to bring everybody to a wonderful beginning of the new season!! 
Four diverse musical souls going on a Jazz journey of original compositions and famous Jazz standards.  Beautiful themes and exciting Jazz Moods … many are the influences, from Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, Miles Davis,  Michael Brecker, Wayne Shorter to Ivan Lins. Virtuoso saxophonist Tobias Relenberg, refined pianist Tino Derado, creative bassist Tom Berknann and veteran international drummer/composer Andrea Marcelli. 
The main characteristic of this very special Berlin based Quartet, is the unexpected dynamics and the intuitive dialog between the four musicians.  They performed together in countless different situations, including tours with Frank Gambale and Rick Margitza. Expect Contemporary, Latin and Hard Bop Jazz and a lot of swing!!

Drummer/composer ANDREA MARCELLI moved to the USA in 1989,
spending eight years in Los Angeles and four in New York City.
He has resided in Berlin since 2001. Two of his tunes are included in both “The European Real Book“ and “The Digital Real Book part 2“. He is leading a very active international musical life, performing with Wayne Shorter, Don Menza, Markus Stockhausen, Allan Holdsworth, Mike Stern, Bob Mintzer, Eddie Gomez, Ekkehard Wölk, Ralph Towner,  Eberhard Weber, Palle Danielsson, John Patitucci, Alex von Schlippenbach, Hiram Bullock, Frank Gambale and many local musicians from the Berlin jazz scene. He recorded many albums and two critically acclaimed Cds with Major legendary Label Verve/PolyGram.
John Kelman schreibt:
„…Marcellis Kompositionen transzendieren simple Melodien, die den
Zuhörer zu bekannten und unbekannten Plätzen entführen, versteckte
Emotionen ans Licht bringen… Da ist die Reife des Konzeptes, die
klare Vision, die ‚Beyond the Blue’ zu einer Art Markenzeichen
Marcellis wird.“

Während des Studiums kam es zum Engagement in der NDR-BigBand und dem Bundesjazzorchesters. In der NDR-BigBand arbeitete er u.a. in Projekten mit Dino Saluzzi, Joe Pass, Mike Stern, Michael Gibbs, Wolfgang Dauner, Peter Herbolzheimer, Barbara Thomson zusammen und ging mit ihnen auf Tour. Neben den Konzerten lag der Schwerpunkt auf Studioarbeit für Radioproduktionen.
1994 Gewinn des Jazzpreis „Jazz in Schleswig-Holstein“, mit dem Kieler Quartett „Bits and Pieces“

TINO DERADO, pianist/composer, a graduate (BFA) of Berklee College of Music (Boston) and the New School (New York) Tino Derado , who studied on a Eubie Blake Scholarship. In reflection of his mixed cultural heritage (Croatian/ German), he soon developed a dynamic interest in ethnic and world music.
Tino performed with Gary Burton, Peter Erskine, Randy Brecker, Bill Evans, Paul Winter, Dave Liebman, Frank Gambale, Avishy Cohen, Craig Handy, Billy Drewes, Matthew Garrison, Rebekka Bakken, Nils Langren, Papo Vasquez, Andy Gonzales and Bob Moses among others.
Derado has lived 12 years in New York and has moved back to Berlin/Germany. He is frequently working with the NDR Bigband and teaching at the JIB University (Berlin). In 2014 he was appointed to be Professor at the Musikhochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien in Hannover.

He grew up in a small village in the beautiful Bavarian Alps.Tom started studying Jazz Bass at the Richard-Strauss-Conservatory in Munich with Paulo Cardoso and after to Berlin to study at the Jazz Institute with Greg Cohen, Kurt Rosenwinkel and John Hollenbeck. He was a DAAD scholar (German Academic Exchange Service) and graduated from Manhattan School of Music in New York with a Master of Music degree, where he studied with Jay Anderson, Phil Markowitz and David Liebman. He was a semifinalist in the Jazz Competition of the International Double Bass Convention “Bass 2010” in Berlin. For composing and performing the soundtrack of the movie “Oh Boy” he received the German Academy Award for Best Filmscore and the German Critics Award for Best Soundtrack at the Berlin Film Festival Berlinale in 2013.