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2Jun
Premium
Saturday, June 2 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Ellen Andersson 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.
Ellen Andersson (Vocal / SE)Anton Forsberg (Guitar / SE)Hannes Jonsson (Bass / SE)Sebastian Brydniak (Drums / SE)

Ellen Andersson has one of the most distinctive voices in Swedish jazz right now and with her quartet, there is no doubt that she visits Montmartre in great shape. When the group debuted with the album “I'll Be Seeing You” in 2016, the Swedish and Danish jazz press could not get their hands down. The very young singer and her outstanding group members, Anton Forsberg on guitar, Hannes Jonsson on bass and Sebastian Brydniak on drums, are already deeply rooted in the American standard jazz tradition with traces of both Billie Holiday and Nancy Wilson. This evening you will experience Anderson’s ability to do both storytelling and improvisation when a delicate interaction between the members plays out.

Foto: Satu Knape

Ellen Andersson har en af de mest karakteristiske stemmer i svensk jazz lige nu og med sin anmelderroste kvartet, er der ingen tvivl om, at hun er i topform, når hun slår vejen forbi Montmartre. Da gruppen debuterede med albummet ”I’ll Be Seeing You” i 2016, havde den svenske og danske jazzpresse svært ved at få hænderne ned. Den meget unge sangerinde og hendes fremragende medspillere, Anton Forsberg på guitar, Hannes Jonsson på bas og Sebastian Brydniak på trommer, er allerede dybt forankret i den amerikanske standard jazztradition med tydelige spor fra Billie Holiday og Nancy Wilson. Oplev Anderssons særegne evne til både historiefortælling og improvisation, når et delikat samspil mellem gruppens medlemmer spiller sig ud.

Photo: Satu Knape

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