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Jazzhus Montmartre is currently closed due to Covid-19 under the restrictions announced by the Danish government.

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LÆS MERE
3Jun
Premium
Thursday, June 3 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Celebrating NHØP

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Bo Stief (Bass / DK)Hans Ulrik (Tenor Sax / DK)Henrik Gunde (Piano / DK)Alex Riel (Drums / DK)

National Danish acoustic bass-icon Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (NHØP) left our world way too soon in 2005. As tradition goes, this evening four musicians show their deep respect and pay their homage to this great innovator.

Bo Stief has been a close ear and eyewitness to NHØP's life, mainly because the two friends had large parts of their musical upbringing at Montmartre. Stief talks about his experiences with NHØP, and the music played will be related to these stories. Stief will be accompanied by three great Danish musicians; Hans Ulrik, Henrik Gunde and the drummer, who has been touring endlessly with NHØP, Alex Riel.

The group enters NHØP’s musical universe and gives us their interpretations of his musical output. We will witness a glorious journey in music, where US-jazz walks hand in hand with traditional Danish songs. And through the entire concert, the spirit of NHØP and his enormous position in Danish jazz will be present.

Danmarks nationale jazz-ikon bassisten Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen forlod alt for tidligt vores verden i 2005. Traditionen tro hyldes NHØP på original og ærefuld vis af musikere, der respekterer hans enorme betydning for jazzen,

Bo Stief har på tæt hold været både øre- og øjenvidne til NHØPs liv, herunder ikke mindst fordi de to venner havde store dele af deres musikalske opvækst på Montmartre. Stief fortæller om sine oplevelser med NHØP, og musikken vil være relateret til beretningerne, hvilken spilles med et hold af store og originale musikere, nemlig Hans Ulrik på sax, Henrik Gunde ved pianoet og trommeslageren, der har været NHØPs kompagnon på utallige turnéer, Alex Riel.

Det bliver en smuk og ærefuld rejse, hvor såvel solid US-jazz som den danske folkehøjskolesangbog danner de musikalske oplæg. Og hele tiden svæver mindet om NHØPs enorme betydning for dansk jazz rundt i lokalet.

Jun 3Thu
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 320,- Few tickets left
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6Jun
Monten
Sunday, June 6 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Klara Kristin

Klara Kristin (Vocal / DK)Oilly Wallace (Alto Sax / DK)Johannes Wamberg (Guitar / DK)Zier Romme (Piano / DK)Jonathan Bremer (Bass / DK)Andreas Svendsen (Drums / DK)

Klara Kristin's debut album "Lullaby & Drum Machine" is packed with iconic French song gems from the 60's and 70's, and will without question make any Francophile heart melt. With her seductive and velvety smooth voice, Klara Kristin pays homage to French culture and the Nouvelle Vague, when she interprets Brigitte Bardot, Francoise Hardy and Serge Gainsbourg with an almost supernatural elegance.

The album is produced by Jonathan Bremer from the well-known duo Bremer/McCoy and jazz guitarist Johannes Wamberg. The lineup also includes a selection of some of Denmark's best young jazz musicians; Oilly Wallace, Andreas Svendsen and Zier Romme.

Klara Kristins debutalbum ”Lullaby & Drum Machine” er spækket med ikoniske franske sangperler fra 60’erne og 70’erne og vil uden tvivl få ethvert frankofilt hjerte til at smelte i vinterkulden. Med sin forførende og fløjlsbløde sangstemme hylder Klara Kristin fransk kultur og nouvelle vague, når hun med en nærmest overjordisk elegance fortolker Brigitte Bardot, Francoise Hardy og Serge Gainsbourg.

Albummet er produceret af Jonathan Bremer fra den kendte duo Bremer/McCoy og jazzguitaristen Johannes Wamberg. Hertil medvirker også et udvalg af nogle af Danmarks bedste unge jazzmusikere; Oilly Wallace, Andreas Svendsen og Zier Romme.

Jun 6Sun
20.00 (Doors 19.00)
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8Jun
Upcoming
Tuesday, June 8 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Aloft Quartet

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Simon Balvig (Alto Sax / DK)Rasmus Sørensen (Piano / DK)Jon Henriksson (Bass / SE)Aamund Kleppan (Drums / NO)

Aloft Quartet is a Scandinavian band whose music largely reflects the world around us, albeit with a great respect for the American jazz tradition mixed with a highly recognizable and dynamic Nordic touch.

They released their debut album "First Year" in 2018 and the sequel "Farewell Old Ways" in 2020. In connection with their upcoming release "Heart Rate", the well-played quartet can be experienced at Jazzhus Montmartre with lots of new exciting tracks as well as some from previous albums.

Aloft Quartet er et skandinavisk band, hvis musik i høj grad reflekterer verden omkring os, dog med en stor respekt for den amerikanske jazztradition blandet med et yderst genkendeligt og dynamisk nordisk touch.

Gruppen udgav deres debutalbum "First Year" i 2018 og opfølgeren "Farewell Old Ways" i 2020. I forbindelse med deres kommende udgivelse "Heart Rate" kan den velsammenspillede kvartet opleves på Jazzhus Montmartre med masser af nye spændende numre såvel som nogle fra tidligere albums.

Jun 8Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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11Jun
Premium
Friday, June 11 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Mathias Heise Quartet: From Toots to Infinity

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Mathias Heise (Harmonica / DK)Pelle Von Bülow (Guitar / DK)Thomas Fonnesbæk (Bass / DK)Zoltán Csörsz (Drums / SE)

Toots Thielemans has set massive footsteps in jazz history with his unique approach to the chromatic harmonica. On his own he managed to unite this peculiar instrument with bebop and modern jazz and thus became one of jazz's legends. Mathias Heise is an award-winning Danish harmonica player who has won the World Cup in chromatic jazz harmonica and is seen by many as Toots' successor.

On this evening, in the company of an eminent team of musicians, he will take up the mantle of the famous Belgian and at the same time show new and exciting roads for this particular instrument. The repertoire will feature both Toots' big hits, but also exciting, original compositions.

Toots Thielemans har sat sig massive fodspor i jazzhistorien med sin unikke håndtering af den kromatiske mundharpe. På ganske egen hånd formåede han at forene dette besynderlige instrument med bebop og moderne jazz og blev således en af jazzens helt store koryfæer såvel som en efterspurgt studiemusiker. Mathias Heise er en prisbelønnet dansk mundharpist, der har vundet verdensmesterskabet i kromatisk jazz mundharpe og af mange bliver set som Toots’ efterfølger.

På denne aften vil han i selskab med et eminent hold af musikere tage arven op fra den berømte Belgier og samtidig vise, hvilke nye og spændende veje der er for dette særlige instrument. Repertoiret kommer både til at indeholde Toots’ store hits, men samtidig også spændende, originale kompositioner.

Jun 11Fri
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 300,-
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12Jun
Premium
Saturday, June 12 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Mathias Heise Quadrillion

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Mathias Heise (Harmonica/Keys / DK)Mads Christensen (Guitar / DK)David Vang (Bass / DK)Aksel Stadel Borum (Drums / DK)

Mathias Heise Quadrillion has been playing together since 2012 and has since managed to create a different, unique and very personal contemporary expression that appeals to both young crossover fans and hardcore jazz fusion nerds. This evening, the elegance of jazz and the hard-hitting rhythms of funk music will merge into an exuberant set up, with four amazing musicians.

In addition to mastering the chromatic harmonica, 27-year-old Mathias Heise is an outstandingly skilled composer and pianist, and he surrounds himself with a skilled fusion-team consisting of peers and equally brilliant musicians who play a fusion of funk, rock and jazz. Ivan Rod from GAFFA describes the music as "Deeply original, engaging and totally elaborate."

Mathias Heise Quadrillion har spillet sammen siden 2012 og har siden formået at skabe et anderledes, unikt og meget personligt nutidigt udtryk, der appellerer til både unge crossover-fans og hardcore jazz-fusion nørder. Denne aften vil jazzens elegance og funkmusikkens hårdtslående rytmer fusionerer i et sprudlende set up med fire fantastiske musikere.

Udover at mestre den svære kromatiske mundharpe er 27-årige Mathias Heise en enestående dygtig komponist og pianist. Og han omgiver sig med et dygtigt fusionshold, der består af jævnaldrende og lige så fantastiske musikere, som sammen spiller fusion af funk, rock og jazz. Ivan Rod fra GAFFA beskriver musikken som ”Dybt original, medrivende og totalt gennemarbejdet.”

Jun 12Sat
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 300,-
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22Jun
Upcoming
Tuesday, June 22 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Øresund Triplettes: Tribute to Andrew Sisters

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Stina Andersdotter (Vocal / Bass / SE)Pernille Mejer (Vocal / DK)Anna Petersson (Vocal / SE)Kathrine Windfeld (Piano / DK)Lasse Funch Sørensen (Drums / DK)

Come join an exceptional musical experience filled with charming energy and joy, when Jazzkollektivet presents Øresund Triplettes and their “Tribute to The Andrew Sisters”. The Andrew Sisters was an American close-harmony vocal trio that made a name for themselves in the swing and boogie-woogie era. The trio is behind songs as “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” and “Shoo Shoo Baby”. The concert will offer several of their original songs and continue the tradition to vocal jazz in the year 2020.

Jazzkollektivet is a community that consists of Nordic jazz talents. The ambition with the collective, which were founded in 2016, is to support a sprouting growth layer of young musicians and contribute to these talents making a living of their arts.

Kom og vær med til en mageløs, musikalsk oplevelse fyldt med charmerende energi og spilleglæde, når Jazzkollektivet denne aften præsenterer Øresund Triplettes og deres ”Tribute to The Andrews Sisters”. The Andrews Sisters var en amerikansk close-harmony vokaltrio, som fik deres store gennembrud i swing- og boogie-woogie-æraen. De står bag numre som ”Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree” og ”Shoo Shoo Baby”. Koncerten vil byde på flere af deres originale numre og videreføre traditionen til vokaljazz anno 2020.

Jazzkollektivet er et fællesskab bestående af nordiske jazztalenter. Ambitionen med kollektivet, der blev grundlagt i 2016, er, at støtte et spirende vækstlag af unge musikere og bidrage til, at disse talenter kan leve af deres kunst.

Jun 22Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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24Jun
Premium
Thursday, June 24 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Celebrating Svend: Ellen & Svend Asmussen Prize

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Jacob Fischer (Guitar / DK)Bjarke Falgren (Violin / DK)Jan Lundgren (Piano / SE)Yasser Pino (Bass / CU)Andreas Svendsen (Drums / DK)

The Ellen & Svend Asmussen Prize is given to an artist selected in the spirit of Svend Asmussen. Since the 1930s, the violinist Svend Asmussen (1916-2017) was an incredibly prominent figure in Danish and international jazz. Throughout his great career, he has made a huge contribution in the shaping of the Danish jazz scene. Asmussen was an artist who was not afraid of musical challenges, and with his enormous talent he was constantly seeking new frontiers.

This evening he is celebrated by artists who, like Asmussen himself, possess an enormous musical curiosity and an uncontrollable desire to play music. Across different genres, Asmussen's everlasting innovative music will be interpreted, and his musical originality will be celebrated by jazz pioneers of today, hereof two of the earlier prizewinners: Jan Lundgren in 2019 and Bjarke Falgren in 2017. The prize is awarded by Svend Asmussen's widow, Ellen Bick Asmussen.

Ellen & Svend Asmussen-prisen gives til en kunstner, der er udvalgt i Svend Asmussens ånd. Siden 1930’erne var violinisten Svend Asmussen (1916-2017) en utrolig markant skikkelse i dansk og international jazz. Gennem sin flotte karriere har han ydet et enormt bidrag til at forme den danske jazzscene. Asmussen var en kunstner, der ikke var bleg for musikalske udfordringer, og hans enorme talent søgte hele tiden mod nye grænser.

Denne aften bliver han fejret af kunstnere, der ligesom Asmussen selv besidder en enorm musikalsk nysgerrighed og en ustyrlig lyst til at spille musik. På tværs af forskellige genrer vil Asmussens evigt nyskabende musik blive fortolket, og hans musikalske originalitet blive hyldet af nogle af nutidens jazz-pionerer, heriblandt to tidligere prisvindere: Jan Lundgren i 2019 og Bjarke Falgren i 2017. Prisen uddeles af Svend Asmussens enke, Ellen Bick Asmussen.

Jun 24Thu
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 320,-
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3Jul
Premium
Saturday, July 3 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Bodilsen/Milder/Weber/Gatto

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Jesper Bodilsen (Bass / DK)Joakim Milder (Tenor Sax / SE)Florian Weber (Piano / DE)Roberto Gatto (Drums / IT)

One of the country’s busiest bassist’s, Jesper Bodilsen, has – at the request of Jazzhus Montmartre – gathered his “dream team”, which makes its debut this evening.

Bodilsen proudly carries the Danish bass torch on and adds extra sparks, which are highly inspired by his great international work. The Swedish tenor saxophonist Joakim Milder has with his always well-considered and tuneful play been one of the sister country’s most respected musicians for many years and will contribute with the special Swedish melancholy. The German pianist Florian Weber has a grand international career with releases at the record company ECM among others, and the Italian drummer Roberto Gatto will contribute with his Southern European temperament. Overall, we can expect an evening with richly varied, contemporary European music with emphasis on jazz.

Landets storaktive bassist Jesper Bodilsen har på opfordring af Jazzhus Montmartre samlet sit Dream Team, der her får sin debut.

Bodilsen viderefører med stolthed den danske basfakkel og tilfører den ekstra gnister, der er inspirerede af hans uhyre store internationale virke. Den svenske tenorsaxofonist Joakim Milder har med sit altid velovervejede og melodiske spil været en af broderlandets højt respekterede musikere de sidste mange år og vil tilføre musikken den særlige svenske melankoli. Den tyske pianist Florian Weber har gang i en flot international karriere med blandt andet udgivelser på plademærket ECM, og den italienske trommeslager Roberto Gatto vil tilføre kvartetten sit sydeuropæiske temperament. Alt i alt kan der forventes en aften med rigt varieret, nutidig europæisk musik med tyk streg under jazz.

Jul 3Sat
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 320,-
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4-5Jul
Premium
Sunday-Monday, July 4-5 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Snorre Kirk Quartet with Stephen Riley

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Snorre Kirk (Drums / DK)Stephen Riley (Tenor Sax / US)Magnus Hjorth (Piano / DK)Anders Fjeldsted (Bass / DK)

It’s always a pleasure when jazz musicians decide to concentrate on an already defined musical expression and then work on giving it its own colors. Drummer Snorre Kirk is the best example of this succeeding. He has through the years continued to simplify and refine his play and compositions, and today stands as one of the country’s finest torch bearers of the “classical” jazz.

The music is well laid-out, but never academic. The great groove is always present. And then Kirk always surrounds himself with musicians who think analogously. Here is his regular and solidly well played-together trio extended with the fine, American tenor Stephen Riley – also a cherished guest in Jazzhus Montmartre throughout the years. Great and persuasive jazz played by musicians who love the music.

Det er altid en fornøjelse, når jazzmusikere beslutter sig for at koncentrere sig om et allerede defineret jazzmusikalsk udtryk og så arbejde på at give det sine egne farver. Trommeslageren Snorre Kirk er det bedste bevis på, at det kan lykkes. Han har gennem årene fortsat med at forenkle og raffinere sit spil og sine kompositioner, så han i dag står som en af landets fineste fakkelbærere af den ”klassiske” jazz.

Musikken er gennemarbejdet, men aldrig akademisk. Det gode groove er til stede hele tiden. Og så omgiver Kirk sig altid med musikere, der tænker parallelt. Her er hans faste og solidt samspillede trio udvidet med den fine amerikanske tenor Stephen Riley – også en kær gæst i Jazzhus Montmartre gennem flere år. Flot og overbevisende jazz spillet af musikere, der elsker musikken.

Jul 4Sun
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 295,-
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Jul 5Mon
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 295,-
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5Oct
Upcoming
Tuesday, October 5 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Pelle von Bülow Organ Trio

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Pelle Von Bülow (Guitar / DK)Mads Søndergaard (Organ / DK)Jeppe Gram (Drums / DK)

Pelle von Bülow has eventually become an established musician and guitarist who has played alongside a great number of talented national as well as international musicians the last couple of years. Bülow has mainly performed as a sideman but has now assembled his own trio with two outstanding Danish jazz musicians; organist Mads Søndergaard and drummer Jeppe Gram. The trio will be playing a mixture of jazz, funk and blues focusing on melody, groove and improvisation.

Pelle von Bülow er efterhånden en anerkendt musiker og guitarist og har igennem de seneste år spillet med diverse nationale og internationale musikere. Bülow optræder oftest som sideman, men har dannet en trio i eget navn sammen med to danske jazzmusikere i særklasse; organist Mads Søndergaard og trommeslager Jeppe Gram. Trioen spiller en blanding af jazz, funk og blues med øre for melodi, groove og improvisation.

Oct 5Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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