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Boris Netsvetaev

Boris Net (real name – Boris Netsvetaev) is a jazz musician, composer, pianist and keyboarder. He was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, where he studied music theory/composition at the Rhymsky-Korsakov music college, but later moved to Germany in the age of 18, to continue his jazz studies at the Music and Theatre University of Hamburg. Boris Net studied with Dieter Glawischnig (piano, arrangement), Wolfgang Schlüter and Lucas Lindholm (ensemble), he also participated an International Jazz Workshop at Banff (Canada) in 1999 where he studied with Joe Lovano, Dave Holland, Ken Werner, Dave Douglas, Hugh Fraser and Ari Hoenig. The first notable step in his career was the collaboration with the US drummer veteran Steve Reid, which started in 2000 and continued until Steve´s death in 2010

Lena Bloch Quintet featuring John Marshall

Label: self-released
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Madness, 2. Traumhaus, 3. Perseverance, 4. Inspiration, 5. The Last Hero, 6. Mirror Of The Soul, 7. NRFFM

Lena Bloch Quartet "Pyramid"

Label: Self-released
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Al Amin (L. Bloch), 2. Happiness (C. Lachotta), 3. Maghreb (B. Netsvetaev), 4. Dasha (L. Bloch), 5. Mr. Ben (D. Mason), 6. Bright Romance (C. Lachotta), 7. Purity (C. Lachotta), 8. Bright Romance (C. Lachotta) alternate take

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Previously Unknown Steve Reid's Recording (2000) Is Now On Bandcamp!

Previously Unknown Steve Reid's Recording (2000) Is Now On Bandcamp!

After 20 years, I finally decided to go ahead and release this exciting album on Bandcamp. It demonstrates Steve Reid extraordinary ability to spontaneously orchestrate within a jazz quartet, his inventiveness and wide range of dynamics, whether in a modal tune, a free-jazz composition or a romantic jazz standard. The bassist Chris Lachotta met Steve Reid ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Enjoy Jazz 2019

Read "Enjoy Jazz 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Alte Feuerwache and other venues Enjoy Jazz And More Mannheim, Heidelberg, Ludwigshafen, Germany October 27--November 1, 15-16, 2019 Enjoy Jazz And More this year lead me through two sections of its seven-week concert-series in October/November, with a great diversity of concerts ranging from seasoned German clarinet master Rolf Kühn to advanced ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lars Seniuk / New German Art Orchestra: Pendulum

Read "Pendulum" reviewed by Jack Bowers

German-born composer / arranger / trumpeter Lars Seniuk, who formed his first big band at age sixteen and has played with and written for many others since then, was barely twenty-six when Pendulum was recorded in Hamburg with the splendid New German Art Orchestra, an up-to-date version of the late Bob Brookmeyer's New Art Orchestra, established ...

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A Jazz Piano Celebration, April 4, 2013: Alan Broadbent, Ayako Shirasaki, Boris Netsvetaev, Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet, Hammer Klavier Trio

A Jazz Piano Celebration, April 4, 2013: Alan Broadbent, Ayako Shirasaki, Boris Netsvetaev, Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet, Hammer Klavier Trio

Jan Matthies Music Management is celebrating its 5th birthday, dedicating the evening to Solo Jazz Piano and Trio. The artists of Jan Matthies Music Management all come together at the prestigious Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, Germany. 20.00 – 20.30 Alan Broadbent, solo & trio “one of the greatest living jazz pianists" – The Los Angeles Times about ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wolfgang Schlüter Quartet & NDR Bigband: Visionen

Read "Visionen" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Visionen may be the best big band recording that went largely unheard in 2012. The music itself was hiding in plain sight, available for purchase from the usual on-line mega-stores (i.e. Amazon.com) and download sights (i.e. iTunes), but the record received scant attention in jazz circles, and the majority of the attention it did receive came ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Hammer Klavier Trio: Rocket In The Pocket

Read "Rocket In The Pocket" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Power piano trios willing to plug-in are not the norm in jazz, but Hamburg's Hammer Klavier Trio, thankfully, never received that message. The music that they present completely erases the dividing lines between traditional piano trios, hard hitting threesomes like The Bad Plus, and genre-blending Euro-stars like the late Esbjörn Svensson Trio. This band has all ...

Steve Reid Quartet Live In Europe

Label: Mustevic Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Farewell To Arms; Now I Know Who Wanted To Kill JFK; Lover Man; Wake Up.


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