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Lisa Hoppe

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Lisa Hoppe (*1988 near Bremen, Germany) is a double bassist, composer, improvisor, band-leader and educator. Her musical works contain a variety of genres and non-genres: Ranging between modern chamber music, free improvisation and avant-garde electro, she is always striving to put the melodic qualities of the double bass into contemporary context. She studied bass and composition in Bremen (GER) and Bern (CH) and currently divides her time between Brooklyn, New York City, and Hamburg, Germany. As the co-leader of the collective trios Me&Mobi and Esche she has released various albums and is touring venues and festivals all over Europe, such as XJAZZ Berlin, Aarhus Jazz Festival, CCS Paris, Vortex London, Moods Zürich, Cully Jazz Festival. In 2018 Lisa Hoppe formed her own project, the multi-national ensemble Lisa Hoppe’s Third Reality (USA/ISR/GER), which debut release The Mighty Unlikely was included in the Best Of 2019 list of The New York City Jazz Record. Furthermore she works and has worked with Rich Perry, Tyshawn Sorey, Ben Monder, Rudresh Mahantappa, So Percussion, Chern Hwei Fung, Dmitri Tymoczko, Jessica Pavone, Samantha Boshnack, Ryan Truesdell, Devin Grey, Tal Yahalom, David Leon, Gaya Feldheim Schorr, Louna Dekker Vargas, Aaron Edgcomb, Nick Dunston, Philipp Gropper, Bernhard Bamert, Daniel Weber, Phelan Burgoyne, Emanuele Maniscalco, Laura Schuler, Luzius Schuler, Philipp Schlotter, Fred Bürki and Marena Whitcher. She received awards and scholarships from: NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentorship (2019), Banff Centre For Arts And Creativity Scholarship (2018), Composition Grant of the Federal State of Lower Saxony (2017), Nominated with Me&Mobi for Jazz-Prize Bremen (2016), Finalist of ZKB-Jazz-Prize with Me&Mobi (2015), Scholarship of Siena Jazz (2012). Education: 2017 – Master of Music – Pedagogy, Jazz Double Bass (University of Arts Bern, Switzerland) 2015 – Master of Music – Performance, Jazz Double Bass (University of Arts Bern, Switzerland) 2013 – Bachelor of Music – Jazz Double Bass (University of Arts Bern, Switzerland) 2011 – Vordiplom ME Jazz – Hochschule für Künste, Bremen, Germany

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Benjamin Koppel & A Clean Feed Buffet

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This episode focuses on several excellent new releases from Clean Feed Records (Mia Dyberg, Ned Rothenberg, Nataniel Edelman, Mikko Innanen, Grzegorz Tarwid, Simon Nabatov, Phillip Greenlief & Mercury) and presents several pieces from Danish saxophonist Benjamin Koppel's White Buses Passage To Freedom. Koppel's important and stunning album is his interpretation of a World War II event ...

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Lake/Landaeus/Osgood, Lisa Hoppe, & Aruan Ortiz

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With master saxophonist Oliver Lake not playing these days, hearing some new music from him is a treat. Back in 2017, in Lund, Sweden, he came together with Danish drummer Kresten Osgood and Swedish pianist Mathias Landaeus to create some memorable moments. Though each had worked with the others in the past, this was the first ...

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New Music From Miller, McCaslin, Lovano And More

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On this show we present an eclectic mix of new releases from Dominic Miller, Arooj Aftab with Vijay Iyer and Shahzad Ismaily, Donny McCaslin, Leib, David Ake, Joe Lovano Trio Tapestry, and Aron Namenwirth. Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Dominic Miller “All Change" from Vagabond (ECM) 00:54 Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, Shahzad Ismaily “To Remain ...

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Favourite Recordings of 2022

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From an extended all-ECM special last show to close 2022 to this week's favourite shows of 2022 to open a new year. And let me wish you a healthy and productive 2023 while I have the floor. I've picked out music from a goodly number of my favourite releases out of an awful lot of great ...

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William Parker, Clemens Kuratle, Ernesto Jodos & Apophenia

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There is plenty of new releases in this edition of One Man's Jazz, headed by a retrospective of earlier works of William Parker and a who's-who of guests (Universal Tonality). Also tracking back in time are releases from drummer Idris Muhammad and with his own retrospective of his ECM releases, guitarist Steve Tibbetts. From Europe come ...

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Lisa Hoppe, Santiago Leibson, Artur Malecki & Angelica Sanchez

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Some exciting new releases dot the playlist of this episode of One Man's Jazz. Bassist Lisa Hoppe's back with another release by her Third Reality Trio, and I'm very happy to play music from pianist Santiago Leibson's latest. He returned home to Buenos Aires to make this Aparecerse . There's much buzz in Poland about young ...

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Linda Sikhakhane, Raoul Bjorkenheim & Satoko Fujii

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Things get a little rockin' this time out with the powerful guitar of Raoul Bjorkenheim and a top Italian quartet digging into the music of John Coltrane. Then he's front and center in the J&F Band, a mostly Italian ensemble, led by legendary Allman Brothers Band drummer Jaimoe and bassist Joe Fonda (and Joe sings! Who ...

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The Mighty Unlikely

Label: JazzHausMusik
Released: 2020
Track listing: Les Orielles; Extraterrestrials Calling Home; Jakubian; Procrastination Canon; The Weirdness of You; Progress Is Rushing In; 8 Hungry Birds & A Sick Weasel; Material Reality; You Don't Know (What Love Is).

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Bassisterhood - Part 1

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All around the world, there is a bassisterhood that is rapidly expanding and claiming its rigthful place on the jazz scene. This week we'll focus on the queens of the low-end and the fascinating bands and projects they lead.Happy listening!PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Noriko ...


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