Marc Doffey Jazz Orchestra Series 2020: MDJO welcomes Judy Niemack (II/VI) ABGESAGT! CANCELED!

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Marc Doffey Jazz Orchestra Series 2020: MDJO welcomes Judy Niemack (II/VI)

Heute Abend hat das Marc Doffey Jazz Orchestra die Sängerin Judy Niemack zu Gast. Ihr Programm New York Stories, das sie 2018 mit der Danish Radio Big Band & Jim McNeely veröffentlicht hat, erfährt nun damit auch in Deutschland seine Prämiere. Für die nötige Energie sorgt wieder eine Auswahl der besten Big Band Musiker Berlins.

Die Konzerte der Orchestra Series 2020 gibt es fortan alle zwei Monate am 2. Dienstag des Monats. Als feste Band wird das Marc Doffey Jazz Orchestra darin Gäste aus der Berliner Szene mit ihrer Musik und dazu als Solisten vorstellen, sowie wunderbares Repertoire aus der Big Band Historie präsentieren.

Nachfolgender Termin: Dienstag, 09.06.2019 WUNSCHKONZERT – The Orchestra plays…

Über Judy Niemack:

“. . . one of the best, and purest jazz singers ever . . . a voice with the clarity of a mountain stream, accuracy of pitch and time that is a wonder to hear, perfect diction and sensitivity to lyrics, and with a disciplined improvisational gift that makes her scat-sung lines music.” L.A. Jazz Scene

Singer Judy Niemack is a pure musician, exploring jazz like a virtuoso horn player. Her delivery of lyrics focuses on feeling, while she breaks new ground with originals and a modern approach to standards. She has written lyrics for over 100 compositions by Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, Richie Beirach, Peter Bernstein, Clifford Brown, Lee Konitz, Pat Metheny, Kenny Dorham and Mike Stern, among others.

Over the ensuing years in New York City Niemack has recorded 11 CDs as a leader, with such jazz luminaries as Kenny Barron, Fred Hersch, Joe Lovano, Toots Thielemans, Mal Waldron, Cedar Walton and Kenny Werner. New York Stories, with the Danish Radio Big Band and Jim McNeely was released in August, 2018.

In a 4.5 star review Fred Bouchard wrote: “Hard times got you down? Trust Judy Niemack to banish blues, blahs, and social despair…Sounding fresh as her ingénue debut with Warne Marsh in 1978, this sunny mistress of pinpoint articulation, exuberant scat, and riveting vocalese soars from aerie to peak on Jim McNeely’s pellucid, catchy charts, abrim with vitality and subtle quotes, all navigated with cool aplomb by the Danish RBB.”

Judy currently divides her time between New York City and Berlin where as Germany’s first professor of jazz voice since 1995, she led the vocal department at the Jazz Institut Berlin, and continues to perform in clubs, concerts and festivals around the world.

Guest Vocalist: Judy Niemack

Reeds – Max Boehm, Otto Hirte, Ben Kraef, n.n., Niko Zeidler

Trumpets – Cay Schmitz, Max Fleischhack, Johannes Böhmer, Jan Kaiser, Fritz Moshammer

Bones – Sören Fischer, Jan Landowski, n.n., Tobias Herzog

Guitar – Sebastian Böhlen

Piano – Johannes von Ballestrem

Bass – Christian Müller

Drums – Peter Gall Conductor – Marc Doffey

 

 

Foto: Dovile Sermokas