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Franco Ambrosetti

Franco Ambrosetti & Strings

»Nora«

Tuesday 30 January 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Franco Ambrosetti, Flügelhorn

Scott Colley, Kontrabass

Peter Erskine, Schlagzeug

Mitglieder des Wiener KammerOrchesters

Alan Broadbent, Klavier, Leitung

Programme

Franco Ambrosetti

Nora's theme (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

George Gruntz

Morning song (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

John Coltrane

After the rain (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

Victor Feldman

Falling in love (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

Johnny Mercer, Joseph Kosma

Autumn leaves All Blues (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

Franco Ambrosetti

Sweet journey (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

John Dankworth

It happens quietly (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

Miles Davis

All Blues (Bearbeitung: Alan Broadbent)

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Zugabe:

Charlie Parker

Au privave (1951)

Note

In Kooperation mit Friedrich Gulda School of Music und JAM MUSIC LAB Privatuniversität Wien

Unterstützt von Erste Bank

Subscription series The Art of Brass

Links https://www.alanbroadbent.com
https://www.francoambrosetti.com
https://gulda-school-of-music.com
https://www.jammusiclab.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Jazz with strings

In the course of a career spanning some six decades, Swiss star trumpeter Franco Ambrosetti has performed with greats such as Kenny Clarke, Phil Woods, Joe Henderson and Geri Allen, and has produced an impressive discography. With his new album »Nora«, which he presents at his Konzerthaus debut, he follows in the footsteps of Charlie Parker and Clifford Brown by letting himself be accompanied by a rich string sound. The arrangements were created by multiple Grammy Award winner Alan Broadbent, who is very familiar to Konzerthaus audiences thanks to his performances as pianist in Charlie Haden's legendary Quartet West. At the concert at the end of January, members of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra will play the string part in his arrangements. And with bassist Scott Colley and drummer Peter Erskine, congenial musicians from Ambrosetti's tried and tested rhythm section will also be present.

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