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Tigran Hamasyan © Helena Hamasyan

Tigran Hamasyan Trio

»StandArt«

Monday 16 May 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Tigran Hamasyan Trio

Tigran Hamasyan, Klavier, Keyboards

Matthew Brewer, Bass

Justin Brown, Schlagzeug

Programme

David Raksin

Laura (1944)

Richard Rodgers

I didn't know what time it was

Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston

As I should care (1944)

Gordon Jenkins, Bernie Hanighen

When a woman loves a man (1934)

Sigmund Romberg

Softly, as in a morning sunrise (The new moon) (Libretto: Oscar Hammerstein) (1929)

Jerome David Kern

All the things you are

Elmo Hope

De-dah

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Paul Bley

Big foot

Thelonious Monk

Off minor (1947)

Note

Ersatztermin für den 16. März 2021
Unterstützt von Erste Bank
Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series Jazz

Links http://www.tigranhamasyan.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Entertainer & Innovator

»Tigran Hamasyan is a phenomenal pianist, an irrepressible entertainer, one of the most creative world music composers and a promising innovator with high-tech apparatus.« (The Guardian) Although he has remained true to the sound that made him famous, Hamasyan has never stopped renewing his sources of inspiration and enriching his inner world with new colors. Now the Armenian can be heard with a new trio alongside Matt Brewer and Justin Brown to reinterpret the jazz standards that have touched him throughout his career on the latest album »StandArt«. 

Tigran Hamasyan is a composer who likes to defy expectations, take risks, and explore and push the boundaries between genres and geographies. His albums are testaments to his diverse musical tastes, which can result in any combination of musical possibilities. »I feel that music and art really have only one purpose, which is to uplift people spiritually and make them forget the material world, to dream, to get to that place inside them that knows no boundaries and connects people on another level,« Hamasyan says. In this way, he creates works of his own distinctive power, drawing from many influences, while keeping his heart firmly anchored in Armenia and its many musical traditions.

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