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Elias Stemeseder

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Born in Salzburg, Austria in 1990, Elias lived in Berlin from 2010 and moved to New York in 2015. Besides his main instrument, the acoustic piano, he also plays synthesizers. He performs in a variety of musical idioms ranging from the song-oriented music of Jim Black's trio to contemporary classical pieces by John Zorn to the electric music of Eyebone. Current projects include collaborations with John Zorn (John Zorn's Bagatelles), the Greg Cohen Quintet, Philipp Gropper's "Philm", Jim Black's "Malamute" Anna Webber's "Percussive Mechanics", Robert Landfermann Quintet and "OTIS+WEDDING". Elias Stemeseder has performed solo concerts at the Nuoro Jazz Festival (IT), Haus Der Berliner Festspiele (DE), 12points Festival Dublin (IRL) and Südtirol Jazzfestival (IT)

Album

Shimmer Wince

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2024
Track listing: Swell, Wince; Fizz; Periodicity 1; Squirm; Periodicity 2; Shimmer.

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Article: Album Review

Anna Webber: Shimmer Wince

Read "Shimmer Wince" reviewed by John Sharpe


There is often an underlying rigor to the work of Canadian saxophonist and flautist Anna Webber, be that inspiration from the digital world on Binary (Skirl, 2016), her investigation of multiphonic intervals on Idiom (Pi, 2021) or contemporary classical percussion repertoire on Clockwise (Pi, 2020). On Shimmer Wince, she derives her compositions from ...

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Article: Live Review

Ferdinando Romano 4tet al Pinocchio

Read "Ferdinando Romano 4tet al Pinocchio" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Ferdinando Romano 4tet Pinocchio Live Jazz Firenze 2.2.2024 Tagliato il traguardo del 2023 del Top Jazz di Musica Jazz --un po' a sorpresa, ma con indubbio merito --al secondo posto tra i musicisti italiani, al terzo tra i dischi e al quarto tra le formazioni, Ferdinando Romano ha portato il ...

Album

Invisible Painters

Label: Jam/UnJam - Universal Music
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Dreamers; Origami Playground; Vortex; La Figurazione delle Cose Invisibili; Like Passing Waters; Life Story; Vincent's Room; Where Angels Fear to Tread.

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Article: Album Review

Ferdinando Romano: Invisible Painters

Read "Invisible Painters" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Non ama cullarsi sugli allori Ferdinando Romano: dopo i meritati riconoscimenti ricevuti grazie anche al suo progetto Totem, cambia completamente scenari, lascia da parte il jazz moderno, ancorché strutturato e complesso, e si dedica all'esplorazione di sonorità in equilibrio tra acustico ed elettronico e di atmosfere maggiormente sospese e frammentate. Per farlo l'artista --beneventano ...

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Article: Album Review

Anna Webber: Shimmer Wince

Read "Shimmer Wince" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Some mechanical wristwatches have clear faces which allow the owner to observe the inner workings of the marvelous object. It is a wonder just how the timepiece utilizes its mainspring and gear train to drive the harmonic oscillator which keeps near perfect time. The same can be said of composer, saxophonist and flautist Anna Webber's investigation ...

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Article: Live Review

Jazzkaar 2023

Read "Jazzkaar 2023" reviewed by Martin Longley


Jazzkaar Tallinn, Estonia April 23-30, 2023 Jazzkaar has now lost two days, this exceptional Estonian festival running at eight rather than ten, but still remaining epic when compared to most others. The opening Sunday might have only featured a single concert, but as the fresh week progressed, the scale incrementally increased, hitting ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Darren Johnston, Rossi / Hess / Moran & Theo Jorgensmann

Read "Darren Johnston, Rossi / Hess / Moran & Theo Jorgensmann" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode of One Man's Jazz is a very mixed bag. There's a preview of an upcoming box set of Charles Mingus' 1970 releases for Atlantic Records, some Jimi Hendrix on tuba from Germany's Pinguin Moschner, electronica from keyboardist Elias Stemeseder and drummer Christian Lillinger, the Polish duo of saxophonist Maciej Sikala and drummer Tomek Sowinsk}, ...

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Article: Festivals Talking

Jazzkaar Interviews: Kirke Karja

Read "Jazzkaar Interviews: Kirke Karja" reviewed by Martin Longley


Estonian pianist Kirke Karja has regularly appeared at the Jazzkaar festival in Tallinn, customarily performing in surprising settings, always delivering a fresh band combination, or a new set of music, or altering ratios between improvisation and composition, acoustic or electric palettes. During the last two years she has a.) been discovered by the rest of the ...


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