Special Berlinale „Atomic Bass“ YOMIGAERU (TO LIVE AGAIN) feat.: Bassi/Coconuts/Drungle/Marcelli

Do 17.02. – Beginn: 21:00 Uhr – Eintritt: 10 €

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Special Berlinale „Atomic Bass“ YOMIGAERU (TO LIVE AGAIN)
Feat.: Giuseppe Bassi, Nana Coconuts, Pete Drungle, Andrea Marcelli

Giuseppe Bassi (b,comp), Nana Coconuts (vio), Pete Drungle (p),
Andrea Marcelli (dr)

Atomic Bass  is also the music born for the documentary – film entitled YOMIGAERU (TO LIVE AGAIN) Invited at the 2022 Berlinale!!
A double bass as a musical reactor that acts as a barrier to the bad radioactivity of the nuclear reactors that went into meltdown in Fukushima. This is the suggestion from which Atomic Bass is inspired, the album by Giuseppe Bassi which brings together extraordinary musicians to play a great story: The story of the natural disaster in Fukushima and the subsequent rebirth.
The concert explores a territory that has been emptied by the disaster, repopulating it with notes and sensations, giving voice to those ghosts carried away by the black wave of the tsunami and eager today to continue
communicating with the world of the living through shamanic music.
There is candor, depth, but also joy – the joy of life that re-emerges from the catastrophe – in the sound of the instruments and voices that alternate in a work that is made up of lived experience even before musical elaboration.

Giuseppe Bassi
is an Italian bass player and composer whose career began in 1990. He has experimented with nearly every genre of music.
Bassi has performed at venues all over the globe, and has played alongside some of the most talented jazz musicians including: Lew Tabackin, Bill Mays, Don Friedman, Bobby Durham, John Hicks, Joe Magnarelli, Helen Sung, Mark Soskin, Bill Goodwin, Billy Drummond, Greg Osby, Mal Waldron, David Liebman, George Garzone, Tony Scott, Harold Danko.
In Italy, he has collaborated with artists from Bollani to Pieranunzi, from Rava to Bosso, Gege ‘Telesforo and many others.

Nana Coconuts
Born and raised in Japan, she stays involved with her most important projects in Tokyo and travels between her homes in Berlin and Japan.
Eine vielseitige und sehr flexible Künstlerin voller Lebensfreude.
Musik begleitet sie schon ihr ganzes Leben. Außer Geige spielt sie Oboe, Beatbox, singt , komponiert und arrangiert ihre eigenen Stücke. Über 10 Jahre ist Nanaco durch die Welt gereist, hat Geige gespielt wo immer es sie hin verschlägt, Entweder als Solokünstlerin oder gemeinsam mit anderen Musikern.
Ihr Schwerpunkt liegt im Jazz, ihre Neugier und Professionalität ermöglichen es ihr sich mühelos in andere Musikrichtungen wie HipHop, R&B und Klassik einzufügen.
Unter anderem aufgetreten mit: Pete Drungle (Klavier), John Medeski (Klavier), Daniel Carter (Saxophon), Craig Harris (Posaune), Quique Sinesi (Gitarre), Steve Coleman (Saxophon), Kamasi Washington (Saxophon)

Pete Drungle is an award-winning composer and virtuoso pianist who has made music with Ornette Coleman, Ronald Shannon Jackson’s Decoding Society, Craig Harris, Brice Wassy, Yoko Ono, Nona Hendryx, and others.
In addition to pure music, Pete has composed scores for theater, film, video, art installation and performance, and has collaborated with visual and performance artists including Rudolf Stingel, Urs Fischer, Spencer Sweeney, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen and others. His music compositions, performances and sound design have been exhibited internationally, at MoCA (Los Angeles CA), MoMA (NYC), Whitney Biennial (NYC), Chapter Arts (Cardiff, Wales), Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles CA), The Kitchen (NYC), Greek Theatre (San Francisco CA), Primavera Festival (Barcelona Spain),
Wundergrund Festival (Copenhagen, Dk), TransArt Festival (Bolzano Italy), Warsaw Jazz Festival (Poland), Blue Note (NYC), Centre Pompidou (Paris Fr), Performa 07, 09, 11, 13 (NYC), United Nations (NYC) and many others.

Drummer/Composer/Clarinetist Andrea Marcelli was born in Rome.  In 1986 he obtained a Diploma in Classical Clarinet (7 years) and also in „Jazz arrangement and composition“ at the Conservatory  L. Refice. He lived in Los Angeles from ’89 to ’97 and then in New York until 2001.
Marcelli received a green card as „First preference alien of extraordinary abilities in the field of Jazz“ and was very active in the local Jazz scenes where he goes back from time to time. Andrea.resides since 2001 in Berlin, is married and has 3 sons, he is extremely active in the local and international Jazz scene, he also organized an Italian Jazz Festival and a European EUNIC Jazz Festival mainly at the Kunstfabrik Schlot in Berlin.
Over 200 of his compositions have been recorded and two of them are included in „The European Real Book“ and „The Digital Real Book part two“.
He has successfully performed extensively on 5 continents, recorded many albums and has two releases as a leader on Verve/PolyGram and
collaborated with musicians such as Wayne Shorter, David Liebman, Bob Mintzer, Allan Holdsworth, Markus Stockhausen, Eddie Gomez,
Mike Stern, Don Menza, Ekkehard Wölk, Eberhard Weber, Palle Danielsson, Frank Gambale and others.
His new album „The Invisible Child“ was released in 2018.
– Wayne Shorter wrote: „Andrea Marcelli’s music is as vibrant and
thought-provoking as today’s events. Andrea is such a chameleon.
When I first heard his music, it struck me that he played drums,
clarinet, percussion, keyboards and composed in a variety of styles
that defied classification, moreover, his display of sensitivity and creative approach to the work produced.“