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22Feb
Premium
Saturday, February 22 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Sharón Clark Quartet ft. Rod Youngs

“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.
Sharón Clark (Vocal / US)Mattias Nilsson (Piano / SE)Jimmi Roger Pedersen (Bass / DK)Rod Youngs (Drums / UK)

A popular guest returns on stage. The singer Sharón Clark has visited Jazzhus Montmartre before with great success and is welcomed again with great anticipation. We are looking forward to a night with standards that showcase the best from jazz – presented with wit, humour, joy and skill not least. Ms. Clark for sure has a couple of Ella Fitzgerald albums on her shelves, but that’s not the worst to get inspired by, after all. In other words: This is music where the foot automatically taps the floor on two and four and where the smile remains until the night is over.

Students/under 26: 50% off

En populær gæst på scenen vender tilbage. Sangerinden Sharón Clark har før gæstet Jazzhus Montmartre med stor succes og bydes atter velkommen. Vi kan vi se frem til en aften med standarder, der vil vise det bedste fra jazz - fremført med vid, humor, glæde og ikke mindst dygtighed. Ms. Clark har uden tvivl et par Ella Fitzgerald-LP’er stående på sin reol, men det er jo heller ikke det værste, man kan blive inspireret af. Med andre ord er vi derhenne, hvor foden automatisk vipper på to og fire i takten, og hvor smilet først lægger sig, når aftenen er slut.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Feb 22Sat
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 340,-
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25Feb
Upcoming
Tuesday, February 25 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Anders Fjeldsted Sekstet

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Anders Fjeldsted (Bass / DK)Rolf Thofte Sørensen (Trumpet / DK)Oilly Wallace (Alto Sax / DK)Mads Egetoft (Tenor Sax / DK)Artur Tuznik (Piano / PL)Henrik Holst Hansen (Drums / DK)

Anders Fjeldsted is a highly requested bassist of his generation, who draws inspiration from pioneers such as Charles Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis. In 2017, he received the Bent Jædig Award and has subsequently toured with his sextet that consists of some of country’s strongest jazz voices. The sextet demonstrates, despite their relatively short carrier and the member’s young ages, a superciliously musical and technical skill level which manifests the sextet as an important new star on the Danish jazz heaven. The music offers expressive and vigorous arrangements served through a close and energetic ensemble playing. Summer 2018 the group won the prestigious Gexto International Jazz Contest. The group is working on a studio album which will be released next year.

Students/under 26: 50% off

Anders Fjeldsted er en af sin generations særligt efterspurgte bassister, der henter inspiration fra pionerer som Charles Mingus, Dizzy Gillespie og Miles Davis. I 2017 modtog han Bent Jædig Prisen, og siden da har han turneret med sin sekstet bestående af nogle af landets stærke jazzstemmer. På trods af sekstettens relativt korte karriere og musikernes unge alder udviser de, under ledelse af Fjeldsted, et overlegent musikalsk og teknisk niveau, der manifesterer gruppen som en af de vigtige nye stjerneskud på den danske jazzbandhimmel. Musikken byder på ekspressive, kraftfulde og swingende arrangementer, der serveres igennem et tæt og energisk ensemblespil. Sommeren 2018 vandt sekstetten den prestigefyldte Gexto International Jazz Contest. Derudover er der et studiealbum på tegnebrættet, som bliver udgivet til næste år.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Feb 25Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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27-28Feb
Premium
Thursday-Friday, February 27-28 at 20.00 (8 PM)

NY Blue Note Quintet

“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.
Joe Magnarelli (Trumpet / US)Dmitry Baevsky (Alto Sax / RU)Jeb Patton (Piano / US)Fabien Marcoz (Bass / FR)Bernd Reiter (Drums / AT)

Here is an international group: American trumpet player Joe Magnarelli and pianist Jeb Patton, Russian alto saxophonist Dmitry Baevsky, French bassist Fabien Marcoz and the Austrian drummer Bernd Reiter. The five musicians have played with basically all the biggest American jazz icons, and as the band name indicates, we are dealing with the part of jazz that proudly carry the bebop/neobop/mainstream-torch on. Thus, dynamic interplay, hefty and muscular solos and intense backing is guaranteed. In other words: Jazz, that are made to exist within the walls of Jazzhus Montmartre.

Students/under 26: 50% off

Her har vi noget af en international gruppe; amerikanske Joe Magnarelli på trompet og Jeb Patton på piano, den russiske altsaxofonist Dmitry Baevsky, den franske bassist Fabien Marcoz og den østrigske trommeslager Bernd Reiter. De fem musikere har spillet med stort set alle de største amerikanske jazz-ikoner, og som bandnavnet indikerer, er vi henne i den del af jazzen, der stolt fører bebop/neobop/mainstream-faklen videre. Der er således garanti for dynamisk sammenspil, velvoksne og muskuløse soli og heftig backing. Med andre ord: jazz, der er som skabt til væggene i Jazzhus Montmartre.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Feb 27Thu
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 320,-
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Feb 28Fri
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 320,-
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5Mar
Premium
Thursday, March 5 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Siril Malmedal Hauge/Jacob Young & Lea Havelund/Bo Stief

“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.
Siril Malmedal Hauge (Vocal/Mandolin / NO)Jacob Young (Guitar/Guitalele / NO)Lea Havelund (Vocal/Cello / DK)Bo Stief (bass / DK)

An exclusive evening with two duo concerts. Siril Malmedal Hauge and Jacob Young presents their project "Last Things" and Lea Havelund and Bo Stief presents their project called "Homecoming".

An exclusive and intimate duo with two of the most respected musicians in Norway, Siril Malmedal Hauge and Jacob Young. The focus lies on evoking the most beautiful sound images, and Young of course employs the many possibilities of multiple backing, which are offered today. We can expect both delicate sounds, the more direct and rhythmically confident ones plus deeply searching and challenging sequences in a concert that is nothing like what you have seen before in the duo setting. Lea Havelund and Bo Stief brings some great innovation in this collaboration: a practiced and widely oriented bassist, composer and conductor from the rhythmical camp and a younger, talented and experienced cellist and singer with musical roots in the classical music. The ambition with this collaboration is to create new and easily accessible music that naturally combines the two musical expressions. The repertoire projects very different mood frames. Stief and Havelund’s experiences and high skill level, their personal sounds and creativity unfold in a harmonious and peculiar chamber musical universe.

Students/under 26: 50% off

En eksklusiv aften med hele to duo koncerter. Siril Malmedal Hauge og Jacob Young præsenterer deres projekt ”Last Things”, og Lea Havelund og Bo Stief fremfører deres projekt ved navn ”Homecoming”.

Med to af Norges dybt respekterede musikere, Siril Malmedal Hauge og Jacob Young, fokuseres der på at fremmane de skønneste lydbilleder, og Young benytter sig selvfølgelig af de muligheder for flerlags-backing, der tilbydes i dag. Vi kan forvente både de sarte klange, de direkte og rytmesikre samt mere søgende og udfordrende forløb i en koncert, der med garanti ikke ligner noget andet på scenen i dag. Der er tale om noget af en nyskabelse med Lea Havelund og Bo Stief; en rutineret og bredt orienteret bassist, komponist og kapelmester fra den rytmiske lejr og en yngre, talentfuld og erfaren cellist og sanger med benene plantet i den klassiske musik. Ambitionen med dette samarbejde er at skabe ny og lettilgængelig musik, der naturligt binder de to musikalske udtryk sammen. Repertoiret spiller meget forskellige stemningsbilleder frem. De to musikeres erfaringer og høje niveau, deres personlige lyd og kreativitet udvikler sig til et helt enestående velklingende og specielt kammermusikalsk univers.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Mar 5Thu
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 280,-
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10Mar
Upcoming
Tuesday, March 10 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Ginne Marker / Upcoming

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Ginne Marker (Vokal / DK)Jacob Christoffersen (Piano / DK)Fredrik Damsgaard (Bass / DK)Jeppe Gram (Drums / DK)

The 25-year-old Ginne Marker from Aalborg is a remarkable guitarist, songwriter and singer, that elegantly communicate profound emotions with her expressive and warm voice. In terms of genre, Marker’s musical expression is a composition of a singer/songwriter, folk and jazz universe with references to distinctive singers such as Norah Jones and Melody Gardot. She won third place in JazzDanmark’s National Jazz Competition 2019 and in November she releases her debut album ‘For Seasons to Come’. Based on classical jazz standards Marker, by means of her beautiful vocal and well-shaped arrangements, combines new and old tendencies while she emerges as an exciting take on the modern jazz singer.

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Den 25-årige aalborgensiske Ginne Marker er en bemærkelsesværdig guitarist, sangskriver og sangerinde, der med sin udtryksfulde og varme stemme elegant formidler de helt dybe følelser. Genremæssigt bevæger Markers musikalske udtryk sig imellem et singer/songwriter-, folk- og jazzunivers med referencer til markante sangerinder som Norah Jones og Melody Gardot. Hun sang og spillede sig ind på en tredje plads til JazzDanmarks nationale Jazzkonkurrence i 2019, og til november udkommer hendes debutalbum ’For Seasons to Come’. Med afsæt i klassiske jazzstandarder forener Marker, ved hjælp fra sin smukke vokal og sine velformede arrangementer, nye og gamle tendenser, imens hun fremstår som et spændende tag på den moderne jazzsangerinde.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Mar 10Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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10Mar
Tuesday, March 10 at 20.00 (8 PM)

(unavngivet)

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Mar 10Tue
20.00 Free admission
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27Mar
Premium
Friday, March 27 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Michala Østergaard Art Quartet ft. Anders Jormin

“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.
Michala Østergaard-Nielsen (Drums / DK)Marc Ducret (Guitar / FR)Kasper Tranberg (Trumpet/Cornet / DK)Per Jørgensen (Vocal/Trumpet / NO)Anders Jormin (Bass / SE)

It is rare for a young Danish female drummer to receive an international award. But it actually happened to Michala Østergaard, who in 2018 received the "Jazzkannan", one of Sweden's most prestigious awards given to musicians who bring the music further. This evening, Michala Østergaard is with her regular, international group with some of the most equilibristic improvisation musicians from Scandinavia and France - and this time extended with a fifth member - bassist Anders Jormin. It is a meeting between four countries and five musicians, each with their very own strong personality in a special open music that challenges, tickles and scratches, all at once. Magical storytelling, where images arise, emotions are born and people meet.

Det hører til sjældenhederne at en ung dansk, kvindelig trommeslager modtager en international pris. Men det skete faktisk for Michala Østergaard, der i 2018 fik ”Jazzkannan”, en af Sveriges fornemste priser, der gives til musikere som bringer musikken videre. Her høres Michala Østergaard med sin faste, internationale gruppe med nogle af de mest ekvilibristiske improvisationsmusikere fra Skandinavien og Frankrig - og denne gang udvidet med et femte medlem - bassisten Anders Jormin. Det er et møde mellem fire lande og fem musikere med hver deres stærke personlighed i en særlig åben musik, der udfordrer, kilder, aer, river og kradser, og som aldrig er ligegyldig. Tryllebindende “storytelling”, hvor billeder opstår, følelser fødes og mennesker mødes.

Mar 27Fri
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 300,-
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28Mar
Premium
Saturday, March 28 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Søren Lampe: I Lampens Skær

“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.
Søren Lampe (Vocal / DK)Jesper Riis (Trumpet / DK)Søren Møller (Piano / DK)Matthias Petri (Bass / DK)Morten Lund (Drums / DK)

In Denmark, there are very few male jazz singers. And even fewer that exclusively sing in Danish. Søren Lampe is one of them. He has made it his agenda to “jazzify” Danish folk songs as well as more contemporary classics, which he does very convincingly and personally. Here, the listener gets the opportunity to hear the quality in songs from the song books of Danish folk songs and evergreens from the 20th century. With these extraordinary musicians with him on stage, Lampe will demonstrate the great art of jazz singing.

Herhjemme findes kun ganske få mandlige jazzsangere. Og endnu færre, der udelukkende synger på dansk. Søren Lampe er en af dem. Han har sat sig for at ”jazzificere” danske folkesange såvel som mere nutidige klassikere, hvilket han gør ganske overbevisende og yderst personligt. Her får lytteren mulighed for at (gen)høre kvaliteten i sange fra højskolesang- og evergreen-bogen fra det 20. århundrede. Med fornemme musikere bag sig viser Lampe, at jazzsang er en vidunderlig kunstform.

Mar 28Sat
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 295,-
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