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Johannes Bauer


1954 born in Halle/Saale GDR 1963 began playing trombone 1971-1977 attended music school in East-Berlin since 1972 member of Manfred Schulze Bläser Quintett 1972-77 played dance music with College Formation, Manfred Schulze Formation, Klaus Lenz Big Band 1978 compulsory military service (marching band) since 1979 freelance improvising musician • lives in Berlin • leader of several workshop bands 1979/80 member of Andreas Altenfelder Quintett 1980 played first tour with saxophonist Peter Brötzmann 1981 formed DOPPELMOPPEL with brother Konrad Bauer, Uwe Kropinski and Helmut Joe Sachse 1986 began working regularly with pianist Fred Van Hove (trio with singer Annick Nozati 1987-2000) 1987-00 SLAWTERHAUS with Dietmar Diesner, Jon Rose, Peter Hollinger 1987 began cooperation with composer Helmut Zapf & Georg Katzer since 1988 duo concerts with brother Konrad Bauer (BAUER BAUER) 1988/89 joined “THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR ” H.Goebbels and H


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Zlatko Kaućić: Diversity

Read "Diversity" reviewed by John Sharpe

Slovenian percussionist Zlatko Kaučič learned his craft in the diverse jazz scenes of Barcelona, Berlin, and Amsterdam before returning to his newly independent homeland in 1992. He collaborated extensively with local musicians as well as illustrious visitors such as Steve Lacy, Paul Bley, Chico Freeman, Kenny Wheeler, and Paul McCandless, often utilizing composition and poetic texts. ...


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Zlatko Kaućić: Diversity

Read "Diversity" reviewed by Mark Corroto

This 5-CD box Diversity was produced to honor Slovenian percussionist Zlatko Kaučič's 40 years in music. It is many things, but what it is not, is a career retrospective. How could it be? For quite awhile the drummer was a nomad, moving to Barcelona in 1976, then Amsterdam where he absorbed the new Dutch swing. His ...

Article: Interview

Giorgio Pacorig, ovvero l'arte della collaborazione

Read "Giorgio Pacorig, ovvero l'arte della collaborazione" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Nato a Staranzano, in provincia di Gorizia, pianista e specialista del Fender Rhodes, improvvisatore, compositore, eclettico frequentatore di forme musicali diverse, a quarantotto anni Giorgio Pacorig si trova nel pieno della maturità artistica, come dimostra il fatto che il suo nome figura in alcuni dei migliori dischi del 2018, tra i quali Pipe Dream, dell'omonimo quintetto, ...


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Not Two...But Twenty! Festival

Read "Not Two...But Twenty! Festival" reviewed by John Sharpe

Not Two...But Twenty! Festival Wlen, Poland September 21-23, 2018 Intro There are some things worth celebrating in style, one of them being marked persistence in the face of adversity. That pretty much describes the continued existence of any jazz record label in these straitened times. To mark its 20th ...


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William Parker: Embracing The Unknown

Read "William Parker: Embracing The Unknown" reviewed by Luke Seabright

His is one of the most distinctive and respected voices on double bass today. William Parker, the tireless composer, multi-instrumentalist, educator and poet, is still today omnipresent on the contemporary free jazz scene. What's more, he has been consistently for the last four decades. The William Parker Sessionography: A Work in Progress by Rick Lopez clocks ...

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Giovanni Maier e Zlatko Kaučič: intervista sull'Orchestra Senza Confini

Read "Giovanni Maier e Zlatko Kaučič: intervista sull'Orchestra Senza Confini" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

L'Orchestra Senza Confini è un ensemble ampio (nel disco che la documenta consta di diciassette elementi), con musicisti provenienti dal Friuli Venezia Giulia e dalla Slovenia. Suddivisa in due sezioni, è diretta con una conduction doppia e contemporanea da Giovanni Maier e Zlatko Kaucic. L'iniziativa, in sé molto originale, ha anche esiti entusiasmanti sia dal vivo ...


Article: Profile

Barry Guy: Back to the Drawing-Board (Part 3)

Read "Barry Guy: Back to the Drawing-Board (Part 3)" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 One of the things which may strike the listener on hearing the London Jazz Composers' Orchestra for the first time is just how much volume Guy is able to draw from just seventeen to twenty players. Some other big bands sound almost insipid in comparison. There ...


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4th Brda Contemporary Music Festival

Read "4th Brda Contemporary Music Festival" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Fesstival di Musica Creativa e Improvvisata Šmartno, Slovenia 11-13.9.2014 È giunto alla quarta edizione il Brda Contemporary Music Festival, piccola quanto preziosa rassegna di “musica creativa e improvvisata" organizzata a Šmartno, nella regione slovena di Brda, da Zlatko Kaucic, percussionista, compositore, didatta e operatore culturale ricco di passione e idee. Il festival, ...


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Lana Trio: Lana Trio

Read "Lana Trio" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The Norwegian groupLana Trio attempts to find a delicate balance between intense, free jazz to exploration of more open-ended and non-idiomatic free improvisations. The three musicians began to play together after meeting at Sund Folk college in 2007. Trombonist Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø is the most experienced player of the three. He collaborates regularly with Swedish master ...


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