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P74 Gallery

Sound Explicit 2019

Jakopič Gallery, Slovenska cesta 9, Ljubljana

Sound Explicit is a cycle of experimental sound events that represent a wide variety of genres – from sound research and various forms of improvisation to experimental sound projects. The cycle was first conceived in 2003 in order to support independent research and creative work in the field of contemporary sound art.


Admission: 7 EUR

2 September 2018 at 8 p.m.

Marko Črnčec
Aljoša Jerič
Igor Lumpert

Short solo performances, duets and joint performance

Marko Črnčec is one of the most successful and internationally acclaimed contemporary Slovenian musicians. He currently lives in New York. He has worked with many of the great names of the global jazz scene, such as Bob Mintzer, Seamus Blake, Michael Philip Mossman, Marcus Gilmore, and many others. He has released five original albums that received excellent international reviews. According to jazz magazine All About Jazz, his album Devotion (Whirlwind Recordings, 2014) is one of the top twenty jazz records of 2014. In 2019, he released the albums Place to Live (Justin Brown, Harish Raghavan, feat. Jonathan Hoard) and The Brooklyn Sessions (Marko Črnčec, Joris Teepe, Billy Hart). (Photo: Aljoša Videtič)

After graduating from the Trieste Conservatory, drummer and percussionist Aljoša Jerič has been improving his knowledge of jazz and African-Cuban music on trips to New York and Havana. He learned from musicians such as Reggie Workman, Jimmy Cobb, Nat Adderley and Victor Lewis. He has returned to Slovenia in 2003, where he is teaching percussion at the Koper Music School. His most notable collaborations include Mark Turner, Duško Gojković, Rachel Gould, Danilo Gallo, Marc Abrams, and others. (Photo: Paola Bernasconi)

 

Saxophonist, arranger, music director, producer, teacher and composer Igor Lumpert, who has been living and working in New York for the past nineteen years, has collaborated with world‑renowned musicians such as Robert Glasper, John Abercrombie, Reggae Workman, Ben Monder, Drew Gress, Matt Brewer, and Damión Reid. He confirmed his compositional talent at the recently concluded world tour with his group Innertextures, with which they released the album Eleven (Clean Feed Records). (Photo: Jaka Vinšek)

 

 

3 September 2019 at 8 p.m.

Kodály Spicy Jazz
Denis Beganovič Trio

Kodály Spicy Jazz band is a young Hungarian ensemble (2017), whose members are also active in various music groups and perform regularly at home and abroad. Kodály Spicy Jazz project aims to enable young people to reconnect with Zoltán Kodály’s musical legacy. The latter marked the musical scene of the 20th century by discovering traditional folk songs and the use of their elements in jazz music. The quartet made new arrangements of Kodály’s folk songs collection in their own “spicy” way.
Zoltán Cséry, keyboards / Dániel Görögh, trumpet / György Szentgallay, bass guitar / Márk Köles, drums
(Photo: Norbert Déberling)

Musician, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Denis Beganovič will present his latest songs from his upcoming album Senses. In addition to the trombonist Denis Beganovič, the acoustic trio is composed of Mario Babojelič (classical guitar, sound effects) and double bassist Peter Smrdel. The author describes Senses as personal, intimate, ambient. The songs were created during last autumn and winter, with dreams and seasons as the conceptual framework of the album. (Photo: Matej Grginič)

 

 


Sound Explicit 2019 info leaflet (pdf)


Organiser:

P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute
P74 Gallery, Trg prekomorskih brigad 1, 1000 Ljubljana
Project Leader: Mojca Zupanič
In cooperation with: Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
Supported by: City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture, Balassi Institute
Sponsor: Pizzeria Foculus