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Eve Risser

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Eve Risser has her musical roots in chamber music as a flutist and pianist. While residing in Alsace, France, she merged in to the contemporary and jazz/improvised music world. In June 2008, she got the 1st Piano Price in Jazz & Improvised Music at National Conservatory in Paris, a soloist price at the International Competition of La Défense. From 2009 to 2013 she took part of National Jazz Orchestra of Fance (ONJ) directed by Danie Yvinec. Eve’s multifaceted musical creativity has been heard in various settings, festivals and groups throughout the world. She performs solo with piano or electric harpsichord and a her own improvisations or compositions

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Article: Album Review

Lisa Ullén, Elsa Bergman, Anna Lund: Space

Read "Space" reviewed by John Sharpe


Although pianist Lisa Ullén, bassist Elsa Bergman and drummer Anna Lund supply a formidable bottom end to the surging horn polyphony of Anna Högberg's Attack, on Space they find an alternative means to convey emotion and rapport through collective improvisation. Across five studio tracks, the Swedish threesome practices an egalitarian creed which does not privilege any ...

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Article: Under the Radar

A Different Drummer, Pt. 6: Iberian Beats – Jorge Rossy & Pedro Melo Alves

Read "A Different Drummer, Pt. 6: Iberian Beats – Jorge Rossy & Pedro Melo Alves" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


The music of the Iberian Peninsula is as rich and diverse as any in the world. Its influences are many yet it developed in the pre-global bubble of geography. Early music of the peninsula was impacted by much of the known world in the primeval period and the Middle Ages. The peninsula was isolated by the ...

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Formation < Deviation

Label: Relative Pitch Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Inevitability Of Truth And Mistake; Illusion Of Innocence.

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Article: Album Review

Matthias Müller / Eve Risser / Christian Marien: Formation < Deviation

Read "Formation < Deviation" reviewed by John Sharpe


Two German improvisers, trombonist Matthias Mueller and drummer Christian Marien, join forces with French pianist Eve Risser for a brace of intriguing collectives under the moniker Cranes. Müller and Marien have performed together since 2006 as Superimpose, often appearing with guests, including saxophonist John Butcher, trumpeter Nate Wooley and vocalist Sofia Jernberg on their 2021 release ...

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Article: Contributor News

Rinascita di primavera: una panoramica sui prossimi festival

Read "Rinascita di primavera: una panoramica sui prossimi festival" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Alla fine di aprile finalmente il via è arrivato. Gli organizzatori di festival e rassegne da tempo si erano rimboccati le maniche in fiduciosa attesa della ripartenza, affrontando gradualmente tutti gli aspetti organizzativi, economici, promozionali relativi alla loro programmazione. Sono stati sei i mesi di silenzio, di sosta forzata della musica dal vivo. Gli ultimi concerti ...

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Article: Festivals Talking

Moers Festival Interviews: Julien Desprez

Read "Moers Festival Interviews: Julien Desprez" reviewed by Martin Longley


It might seem that the Parisian guitarist Julien Desprez has made a recent storming of the jazz and improvisation scenes. He did make lightning moves and sounds at Jazzfest Berlin and the Moers Festival in 2018 and '19, but Desprez was active nearly a decade ago—though enjoying a much lower profile. He even toured the UK ...

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Article: Album Review

Naïssam Jalal: Un autre monde

Read "Un autre monde" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Some may see the flute as an odd one out in jazz. For France that certainly does not apply. France has Michel Edelin from the older generation and, for example, Magic Malik, Eve Risser, Sylvaine Hélary and Naïssam Jalal from the younger. A flautist needs good sonic allies to embed flute sounds in and/or ...

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Article: Album Review

Sylvaine Hélary: Glowing Life

Read "Glowing Life" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Is flute an odd one out in the present jazz field? Not really and not at all in France. France not only has Michel Edelin in the older generation, it has still more flautists in the younger generation that are also bandleaders in their own right, for example Magic Malik, Eve Risser, Naïssam Jalal and, of ...

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Article: Album Review

Pedro Melo Alves: In Igma

Read "In Igma" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Jazz has had a presence in Portugal since the mid-1920s but had found itself in decline from the 1970s. The revolutionary jazz scene in Portugal, circa the 2010s, has produced a profusion of rising stars. Violist Ernesto Rodrigues, trumpeter Susana Santos Silva, Orquestra Jazz De Matosinhos, and the Lisbon Underground Music Ensemble are among those who ...


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