The Collective Abroad feat. Lauri Kadalipp - Festival Jazzkaar

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The Collective Abroad feat. Lauri Kadalipp NL-EE-ISR-DE/ES-CZ-DE

Tuesday 19. October 19:00

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Jaap de Vries (NL) trompet
Eduardo Doreste (ES) altsaksofon
Lauri Kadalipp (EE) tenorsaksofon
Tal Arditi (ISR) kitarr
Sandro Sáez (DE/ES) klaver
Jan Sedlák (CZ) kontrabass
Dominic Harrison (DE) trummid

Tuesday 19. October 19:00

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Kumu auditoorium

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The Collective Abroad emerged out of an international project of seven European Conservatories. In May 2019, a handful of talented students met in Hamburg (DE) to prepare for a concert at the Elbjazz Festival. In one week, they rehearsed and successfully performed their original repertoire at one of the biggest jazz festivals in Germany. What started as an annually recurring project, turned into a permanent collaboration, when members of The Collective Abroad decided to continue playing together despite the distances and borders between them. Since its foundation in April 2019, the band performed four international tours and played at festivals such as Elbjazz (Hamburg, DE), Classical Beat (DE), Swingin’ Groningen (NL), Aarhus Jazz Festival (DK), Supernova Jazz Blast (Aalborg, DK) and Vinterjazz (DK). The Collective Abroad carries out a big variety of high quality modern and contemporary improvised music, which reflects various influences from music scenes of the seven members: Hamburg, Berlin, Amsterdam, Aalborg, Vilnius and Groningen. Each of their concerts and albums features seven compositions and seven different forms of improvisation, giving the listener a broad and diverse experience. The Collective Abroad presents their newest music on a tour in Denmark, Germany, Lithuania and Estonia. Their coming album “The Cycle” will be released in February 2022.

The autumn jazz concert in Kumu will be attended by a young Estonian jazz talent, saxophonist and composer Lauri Kadalipp, who is continuing his studies in Hamburg, Germany and whose fresh work will also be heard at the concert.