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Jazz på Montmartre


Søndag den 30. januar tog min gode ven Finn og jeg et smut ind på Montmartre for at hører Banjamin Koppel og Kenny Werner.
Det var en rigtig dejlig aften med masser af god jazz og en fed stemning. Som en bonus, så valgte Benjamin Koppel's søster - Maria Carmen Koppel ved at lægge stemme til et af numrene. Dette var ikke planlagt, men en dejlig oplevelse, nu da Maria Koppel sad blandt publikum :-)

Her er et par stemningsbilleder fra denne jazz aften. Man må gerne fotografere under de første to numre, men da der var en pressefotograf tilstede som tog rigtig mange fotos helt oppe ved scenen mens de spillede, så ville jeg ikke også springe rundt deroppe og ødelægge oplevelsen for de, som blot var kommet for at lytte. Derfor blev det kun til et par skud på afstand.





Vi fik også et nummer fra deres nye CD - WALDEN - som jeg kan anbefale hvis du er til god jazz leveret af Benjamin Koppel på alto sax og soprano sax samt Kenny Werner (som faktisk også kan synge) på piano.




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