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Mette Rasmussen

Mette Rasmussen is a Danish saxophone player based in Trondheim, Norway. She works in the field of improvised music, drawing from a wide range of influences, spanning free jazz to textural soundwork. Rasmussen works on exploring the natural rawness of her instrument - experimenting on what the saxophone is capable of in sound and expression, with and without preparations. Much in demand, she has performed with the likes of Alan Silva, Chris Corsano, Ståle Liavik Solberg, and with her Trio Riot group with Sam Andreae and David Meier as well as joining the Fire! Orchestra ensemble.

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Festival Artacts 22 In St. Johann in Tirol, Austria

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A collection of photos from the Artacts Festival in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria from March 10 to March 13, 2022 featuring Gnyxe: Irene Kepl, Carl Ludwig Hubsch , Punkt.Vrt.Plastik.: Christian Lillinger,. Kaja Draksler, Petter Eldh, Zimt: Angélica Castelló, Kai Fagaschinski, Burkhard Stangl, Sestetto Internazionale: Harri Sjöström, Gianni Mimmo, Phil Wachsmann, Achim Kaufmann, Ignaz Schick, Veli ...

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Festival Music Unlimited 35 In Wels, Austria

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A collection of photos from Music Unlimited 35 Festival in Wels, Austria from November 5, 2021 to November 7, 2021 featuring Tumido Orchestra, (Susanna Gartmayer, Irene Kepl, Noid, Manu Mayr, Alexander Kranabetter, Thomas Berghammer, Lukas König, Mario Stadler, Bernhard Breuer, Gigi Gratt), Gabbro 4, (Hanne de Backer, Agnes Hvizdalek, Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, Raphael Malfliet), Irreversible Entanglements, ...

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Knarr at Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana

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A collection of photos from the Knarr concert at Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana on January, 25, 2022 featuring Ingebrigt Haker Flaten, acoustic and electric bass, compositions; Mette Rasmussen, alto saxophone; Atle Nymo, tenor saxophone, Bb clarinet, bass clarinet; Erik Kimestad, trumpet; Oddrun Lilja Jonsdottir, electric guitar, vocals; Joakim Rainer Petersen, piano, keyboards and Olaf Olsen, drums, ...

Album

Melt

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Fading Icebergs; Tidal Phase; At Daybreak; In Oscillation; Diving Bells; Turbulent Flow.

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Fire! Orchestra in Meldola

Read "Fire! Orchestra in Meldola" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti


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Fire! Orchestra in Padova

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Hearth: Melt

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Four of the most exciting young improvisers on the European scene assemble for the first time under the name Hearth. In a cosmopolitan roster overflowing with talents who each possess a distinctive individual voice, Amsterdam-based Argentinean reedplayer Ada Rave joins with the Copenhagen-domiciled Slovenian pianist Kaja Draksler, Stockholm-located Portuguese trumpeter Susana Santos Silva and Trondheim-resident Danish ...

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Fred Frith & Ikue Mori: A Mountain Doesn’t Know It’s Tall

Read "A Mountain Doesn’t Know It’s Tall" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Have you experienced a performance of John Cage's composition “4:33"? If you are not familiar, while studying Zen Buddhism, Cage wrote “four minutes, thirty-three seconds" to be performed solo or in any combination of instruments or players. The instructions were for the performers to NOT play their instruments for the allotted 273 seconds. Their 'silence' was ...

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Tashi Dorji: Stateless

Read "Stateless" reviewed by Gareth Thompson


It was an ambitious move from Bhutan to Asheville, North Carolina, that helped shape Tashi Dorji's musical direction. The guitarist had previously been steeped in classic rock and hair metal, but as a foreign exchange student he soon absorbed punk and free jazz. Two saxophonists in particular, John Zorn and Albert Ayler, inspired Dorji to his ...


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