Staff and volunteers at Jazzhus Montmartre are on vacation all of January getting ready for February's WILD Winter Jazz Festival. First concert after the break is February 1st with Lars Danielsson's magic Liberetto III. See the full Winter Jazz programme here.



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15-17Mar
Thursday-Saturday, March 15-17 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Charles McPherson Quartet

“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.
Charles McPherson (Alto Sax / US)Bruce Barth (Piano / US)Darryll Hall (Bass / US)Stephen Keogh (Drums / IE)

The 78-year old American saxophonist, Charles McPherson, is a living jazz legend and is known for his collaboration with Charles Mingus with whom he played with at Montmartre back in 1972. Charles McPherson remains a strong, viable force on the jazz scene today, and his playing combines passionate feeling with intricate patterns of improvisation. Throughout his five decades of being an integral performer in jazz music, Charles has not merely remained true to his bebop origins but has expanded them. He will be accompanied by Bruce Barth on the piano, Daryl Hall on the bass, and Stephen Keogh on the drums.

Photo by: Antonio Porcar

Den 78-årige amerikanske altsaxofonist Charles McPherson er især kendt for sit samarbejde med bassisten Charles Mingus, som han spillede sammen med her i huset helt tilbage i 1972. Charles McPherson er stadig en betydelig og indflydelsesrig artist på den internationale jazzscene efter fem årtier med et hav af kollaborationer med de største artister inden for jazzens verden. Hans spillestil kombinerer en lidenskabelig lyrisk tone, der udmunder sig i detaljeret improvisationsmønstre. Han vil blive ledsaget af Bruce Barth på piano, Daryl Hall på bas og Stephen Keogh på trommer.

Foto af: Antonio Porcar

Mar 15Thu
20.00 (Doors 17.30) DKK 280,-
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Mar 16Fri
20.00 (Doors 17.30) DKK 320,-
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Mar 17Sat
20.00 (Doors 17.30) DKK 320,-
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IMPORTANT: You will need to book a table and buy a ticket in two separate steps above if you want both to dine and attend a concert.

21-22Mar
Wednesday-Thursday, March 21-22 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Nicole Herzog Quintet feat. Don Menza

“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.
Nicole Herzog (Vocal / CH)Don Menza (Tenor Sax / US)Oliver Kent (Piano / US)Anders Fjeldsted (Bass / DK)Bernd Reiter (Drums / AT)

Swiss jazz vocalist Nicole Herzog won the Radio Swiss Jazz Award in 2014 for her collaboration with Bernese pianist Stewy von Wattenwyl. In May 2016, she got the opportunity to make the album “THAT’S LIFE” together with the legendary US-tenor saxophonist Don Menza with whom she is performing with at Jazzhus Montmartre on these two nights. Don Menza is known for his work with Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson, and Louie Bellson. Further musical assistance will be provided by Oliver Kent on the piano, Anders Fjeldsted on the bass and Bernd Reiter on the drums.

Den schweiziske jazzsanger Nicole Herzog vandt en Radio Swiss Jazz Award i 2014 for hendes samarbejde med Stewy Von Wattenwyl. I maj 2016 fik hun muligheden for at indspille albummet “THAT’S LIFE” sammen med den legendariske amerikanske saxofonist Don Menza, som hun også optræder med på disse to nætter i Jazzhus Montmartre. Don Menza er kendt for sit arbejde med Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson og Louie Bellson. De vil blive akkompagneret af Oliver Kent på piano, Anders Fjeldsted på bas og Bernd Reiter på trommer.

Mar 21Wed
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 280,-
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Mar 22Thu
20.00 (Doors 17.30) DKK 300,-
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IMPORTANT: You will need to book a table and buy a ticket in two separate steps above if you want both to dine and attend a concert.

23-24Mar
Friday-Saturday, March 23-24 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Jeremy Pelt Quintet: Make Noise

“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.
Jeremy Pelt (Trumpet / US)Victor Gould (Piano / US)Vincente Archer (Bass / US)Jonathan Barber (Drums / US)Jacquelene Acevedo (Percussion / BR)

Jeremy Pelt from New York is a forerunner among American trumpeters with an easily recognizable and powerful voice. He has solidified his position as one of the best in a new generation of remarkable musicians. He comes from the unique American tradition that reached its peak with Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw and has continued to influence jazz ever since. He will be accompanied by Victor Gould on the piano, Vincente Archer on the bass, Jonathan Barber on the drums, and Jacquelene Acevedo on percussion.

Photo by: Ra-Re Valverde

Blandt den nye generation af fremragende musikere fra New York har Jeremy Pelt markeret sig som én af de bedste. Den amerikanske trompetist tager sit afsæt i den enestående amerikanske tradition, som kulminerede med artister som Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard og Woody Shaw, og som har præget jazzen lige siden. Hans spil er agilt og virtuost. Med sig har han en fantastisk rytmegruppe, der består af Victor Gould på piano, Vincente Archer på bas, Jonathan Barber på trommer og Jacquelene Acevedo på perkussion.

Foto af: Ra-Re Valverde

Mar 23Fri
20.00 DKK 320,-
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Mar 24Sat
20.00 DKK 320,-
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IMPORTANT: You will need to book a table and buy a ticket in two separate steps above if you want both to dine and attend a concert.

29Mar
Thursday, March 29 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Mimi Terris: Den Stora Skalan

“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.
Mimi Terris (Vocal / SE)Mårten Lundgren (Trumpet/Flugelhorn / SE)Mikael Karlsson (Tenor Sax/Clarinet / SE)Måns Persson (Guitar / SE)Johan Ohlsson (Piano/Accordion / SE)Mats Ingvarsson (Bass / SE)Kristoffer Rostedt (Drums / SE)

Successfully following in the footsteps of former Swedish icons such as Ulla Billquist, Alice Babs and Monica Zetterlund, Mimi Terris is definitely a bright new jazz star on the Scandinavian jazz scene. It will be one of those special Montmartre nights where Mimmi invites us to share her world of Swedish musical treasures: Be prepared for an evening of warmth, swing and pure emotion. She will get musical assistance from Mårten Lundgren on both trumpet and flugelhorn, Mikael Karlsson on both tenor sax and clarinet, Måns Persson on the guitar, Johan Ohlson on both piano and accordion, Mats Ingvarsson on the double bass and Kristoffer Rostedt on the drums.

Photo by: Christoffer Askman

Med kærlig reference til store svenske ikoner som Ulla Billquist, Alice Babs og Monica Zetterlund snor Mimi Terris sig let og elegant igennem swing, bossanova, viser og blues. Hun er en af ganske få som formår at løfte den sjældne arv, som har begejstret så mange. Mimmi Terris er en ny stjerne på den skandinaviske jazzhimmel, og man må tro, at salig Monica Zetterlund kigger ned til os med sit skælmske smil og en cigaret i mundvigen. Dette bliver en aften af vellyd og swing, som man sjældent oplever det. Hun vil få musikalsk assistance fra Mårten Lundgren på trompet og flygelhorn, Mikael Karlsson på tenorsax og klarinet, Måns Persson på guitar, Johan Ohlson på piano og akkordeon, Mats Ingvarsson på kontrabas og Kristoffer Rostedt på trommer.

Foto af: Christoffer Askman

Mar 29Thu
20.00 DKK 280,-
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IMPORTANT: You will need to book a table and buy a ticket in two separate steps above if you want both to dine and attend a concert.

3Apr
Tuesday, April 3 at 20.00 (8 PM)

UPCOMING: Johannes Wamberg Organ Trio

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Johannes Wamberg (Guitar / DK)Mads Søndegaard (Organ / DK)Andreas Fryland (Drums / DK)

Jazzguitarist Johannes Wamberg is already a well-known name on the Danish jazz scene. His warm tone and deep understanding of harmony has brought him to play with almost everybody on the Danish scene and it's going to be exciting to hear him in this classic constellation with Mads Søndergård on organ and Andreas Fryland on drums.

Tickets only available at the door. Tickets is DKK 100 each and only DKK 50 for students/under 26.

Jazzguitarist Johannes Wamberg har allerede skabt noget af et navn for sig selv. Med sin varme lyd og dybe forståelse for melodier og harmonik er han med til at løfte det høje musikalske niveau, vi har på den københavnske musikscene. Det skal blive spændende at høre ham i denne klassiske konstellation med Mads Søndergård ved orgelet og Andreas Fryland bare trommesættet.

Billetter købes kun i døren. Normalpris 100 kr. og 50 kr. for studerende/unge under 26.

Apr 3Tue
20.00 DKK 100,-
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9-10May
Wednesday-Thursday, May 9-10 at 20.00 (8 PM)

John Scofield (US): Intimkoncert

“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.
John Scofield (Guitar / US)Gerald Clayton (Organ/Piano / US)Vincente Archer (Bass / US)Bill Stewart (Drums / US)

One of the greatest innovators of modern jazz guitar and a three-time Grammy award-winning artist, John Scofield, is coming to Montmartre.

In 2016, the guitar legend went into a new conceptual territory, bringing his lifelong love of American Country music out of his toolbox to share with his jazz audiences. In his “Country for Old Men” recording, which won two Grammy awards, Scofield redesigns classic country melodies, performing with several of his closest musical associates from the jazz community. In Scofield’s words, “We’re going to turn “outlaw” country tunes into jazz vehicles. Rather than go to Nashville and record with “real” country players in a country style, I’m joining forces with my jazz cronies to play the songs with our jazz approach. We improvise while keeping the integrity, character and twang of this wonderful American music. I’ve always loved Country music and am super excited to put my treatment of them into play.” Scofield and company will sculpt jazz renditions of classic tunes by George Jones, Hank Williams, Patti Page and even Shania Twain to name a few! He will be accompanied by Gerald Clayton on the organ and piano, Vincente Archer on the bass, and Bill Stewart on the drums.

This is a rare opportunity to experience John Scofield up close, in our small and intimate music hall.

NB: It's not possible to book table or dinner for these two concerts.

Sjælden intimkoncert med verdens måske bedste jazz-guitarist John Scofield.

Gå ikke glip af det, når en af de største inden for moderne jazzguitar og modtager af tre Grammy Awards, John Scofield, gæster Montmartre.

I 2016 bevægede guitarlegenden ind i et nyt musikalsk territorium, hvor han bringer sin livslange kærlighed til amerikansk countrymusik til livs. På John Scofields album ”Country for Old Men”, som har vundet to Grammy Awards, udtaler han således ”Vi vil forvandle country sange til jazz melodier (…) Vi vil improvisere samtidig med, at vi holder country musikkens integritet og karakter. Jeg har altid elsket country musik og er meget begejstret for at give genren min egen twist.” Scofield og Co. vil optræde med jazzede udgaver af klassiske country melodier fra kunstnere som George Jones, Hank Williams, Patti Page og Shania Twain. Han vil blive akkompagneret af Gerald Clayton på orgel og piano, Vincente Archer på bas og Bill Stewart på trommer.

Dette er en unik mulighed for at opleve John Scofield helt tæt på, i vores intime og hyggelige musiksal.

OBS! OBS! Der er ikke åbent for spisning eller bordbooking til disse to koncerter. Det er først til mølle med pladserne.

May 9Wed
20.00 (Doors 19.00)
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May 10Thu
20.00 (Doors 19.00)
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15May
Tuesday, May 15 at 20.00 (8 PM)

UPCOMING: Anton Langebæk Quintet

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Anton Langebæk (Bass / DK)Pelle Von Bülow (Guitar / DK)Oilly Wallace (Alto Sax / DK)Zier Romme Larsen (Piano / DK)Andreas Fryland (Drums / DK)

Bass player Anton Langebæk is a young and exciting musician who has played with danish and international names as Palle Mikkelborg, Tomas Frank, Victor Jones, Elliot Zigmund and various groups and artists on the danish jazz and indie scene. With this group he introduces himself as a composer and bandleader with a hardhitting quintet consisting of 5 unique voices on the danish scene. The music is expressive and swinging and is written by Anton Langebæk with inspiration from people like Charles Mingus, Lee Morgan, Thelonius Monk and more.

Tickets only available at the door. Tickets is DKK 100 each and only DKK 50 for students/under 26.

Bassisten Anton Langebæk er en efterspurgt ung musiker, der har spillet med både danske og internationale jazznavne som Palle Mikkelborg, Tomas Frank, Victor Jones og Elliot Zigmund samt været aktiv i diverse danske grupper på jazz- og indiescenen. Med denne gruppe træder han frem på scenen som kapelmester med en kvintet bestående af 5 enestående stemmer på den danske jazzscene. Musikken er udtryksfuld og storswingende og skrevet af Anton Langebæk selv med inspiration fra de store navne som Charles Mingus, Lee Morgan, Thelonius Monk mfl.

Billetter købes kun i døren. Normalpris 100 kr. og 50 kr. for studerende/unge under 26.

May 15Tue
20.00 DKK 100,-
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29May
Tuesday, May 29 at 20.00 (8 PM)

UPCOMING: Jakob Sørensen: Bagland

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Jakob Sørensen (Trumpet / DK)Alex Jønsson (Guitar / DK)Mathias Jæger (Piano / DK)Frederik Sakham (Bass / DK)Frej Løsner (Drums / DK)

Bagland is a quintet consisting of five musicians, who all have their roots based in the Scandinavian sound. The music is inspired by the deserted and open nordic landscape. Lyrical and melancholic melodies characterize the compositions and the sound is clean and fragile with obvious references to the Nordic sound. Their debut album has been praised by critics and the follow up was a big part of Jakob winning the DPA Award “Jazz Artist of the Year”, 2017.

Tickets only available at the door. Tickets is DKK 100 each and only DKK 50 for students/under 26.

Bagland er en kvintet bestående af fem musikere, som alle har deres rødder stærkt forankret i den skandinaviske lyd. Musikken er inspireret af det øde og åbne nordiske landskab. Lyriske og melankolske melodier kendetegner kompositionerne, og lyden er ren og skrøbelig med klare referencer til den nordiske klang. Gruppens debutplade er blevet rost til skyerne af f.eks. JazzNyt: ”En gang imellem dukker der debutplader op, der fortjener roser af den helt store slags. Trompetist Jakob Sørensens plade Bagland hører hjemme i denne sjældne kategori.” Anden udgivelse dannede grundlaget for Jakobs kåring som Årets Nye Jazznavn af DPA.

Billetter købes kun i døren. Normalpris 100 kr. og 50 kr. for studerende/unge under 26

May 29Tue
20.00 DKK 100,-
Door only
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