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Andreas Arnold

As an artist in a globalized world, Andreas Arnold expresses himself through a musical kaleidoscope that reflects the classical traditions of his homeland Germany, jazz from the US where he has been living for the last decade, and music from the Mediterranean, in particular the Spanish art form of flamenco. Through this unique fusion, Arnold proves that purity is not defined by any one culture or style but transpires when one finds his voice to express his personal experience in society, art, and life. While living between New York City and Andalusia, Spain, Arnold has participated in numerous productions as an instrumentalist, composer, improviser, and producer, touring on five continents

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Ed Barrett

Ed Barrett is a critically acclaimed jazz guitarist and music educator living and working in New Orleans, Louisiana.Ed brings a thorough, deep understanding of and appreciation for all the past and present masters to the foundation of his jazz guitar concept. Ed’s music is a current, thoughtful, expressive continuation of the great jazz guitar tradition, bearing witness to the influences of Ed Bickert, Pat Martino, Grant Green and George Benson. The Ed Barrett Trio performs regularly in the greater New Orleans metropolitan area for clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations (Apple, Coke, All-State, NCAA) to private parties,weddings,happy hours etc

Marcus Klossek

Marcus Klossek is one of the growing number of guitarists who perform jazz on a Fender Telecaster, the archetype of the electric guitar. A class of musicians that consists of many extraordinary artists; from Jimmy Bryant to Ed Bickert, Bill Frisell, Mike Stern, Jim Campilongo or Jakob Bro, just to name a few. An established name within the Berlin jazz scene who knows to get to the point with his Electric Trio. A guitar, bass and drums; that's all it takes to make the songs of Marcus Klossek sound great! His brand new album "Time Was Now", the 8th release as a bandleader and the first one for Double Moon/Challenge Records, is another proof of exceptional storytelling composing skills which go far beyond the average guitar release. Marcus Klossek has toured countless european clubs and festivals since his music studies at the University of Arts in Amsterdam. He has also been an instructor for guitar, ensembles and workshops worldwide for many years. Incidentally, his virtuoso guitar playing has made him one of the busiest musicians with dozens of great appearances on albums by bands and projects of the german jazz scene. Really good stories don't need to be flashy and loud in order to lodge themselves in our hearts. "In jazz there is a demand, that on and with the instruments stories should be told

ÄTSCH

ATSCH started life as a graduation ensemble put together by guitarist Mathias Winkler’s for his Newpark BA in 2016. Since then the quartet has held down a weekly residency in Dublin and in November (2017) , they released their self-titled debut EP. Since then ATSCH has become a regular appearances on the Irish Jazz and with concerts overseas as for the Jazzahead Clubnight 2018 in Bremen. ATSCH plays instrumental music in the spirit of exiting jazz improvisation within the sound aesthetics of modern-day post-rock. ATSCH is merging lyrical melodies with strong individual solo performances


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