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Marquis Hill Blacktet at Bimhuis

Where

Bimhuis
Piet Heinkade 3
Amsterdam
+31 20 788 2188

When

Fri, October 27, 2017
20:30

Add to Calendar 2017-10-27 20:30 2017-10-27 Marquis Hill Blacktet at Bimhuis American trumpeter and rising star with an urgent contemporary sound. Winner of the Thelonious Monk Competition. ‘A dauntingly skilled trumpeter’ (New York Times).

Trumpeter Marquis Hill leaves a great impression with his album The Way We Play, on which he connects jazz to spoken word, hip-hop and contemporary beats and breaks. In his Blacktet he plays with musicians from his native Chicago, such as drummer and regular collaborator Makaya McCraven.

These musicians can improvise on dazzling grooves, as recorded on McCraven’s breakthrough album In the Moment, but they also translate standards to the present, from classics such as Maiden Voyage and Straight no Chaser, to more obscure compositions by Carmell Jones en Donald Byrd.

Marquis Hill is currently one of the most promising American jazz players. He topped the Downbeat Critics Poll 2016 in the Rising Star Trumpet category and he won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition 2014. He currently lives in New York.
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Tickets

€20

Musicians

Marquis Hill
Marquis Hill
trumpet
Makaya McCraven
Joel Ross
Joel Ross
vibraphone

About

American trumpeter and rising star with an urgent contemporary sound. Winner of the Thelonious Monk Competition. ‘A dauntingly skilled trumpeter’ (New York Times).

Trumpeter Marquis Hill leaves a great impression with his album The Way We Play, on which he connects jazz to spoken word, hip-hop and contemporary beats and breaks. In his Blacktet he plays with musicians from his native Chicago, such as drummer and regular collaborator Makaya McCraven.

These musicians can improvise on dazzling grooves, as recorded on McCraven’s breakthrough album In the Moment, but they also translate standards to the present, from classics such as Maiden Voyage and Straight no Chaser, to more obscure compositions by Carmell Jones en Donald Byrd....

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Onno Beukenhorst uploaded this event on June 27, 2017

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