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Wed, 19 Jun




Emilia Mårtensson Vocals, Matt Robinson Piano, Andreas Lang Bass.

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19 Jun 2024, 21:00 – 20 Jun 2024, 23:00

Berlin, Donaustraße 115, 12043 Berlin, Germany

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Emilia Mårtensson (vocals) Matt Robinson (piano) Andreas Lang (bass)

Emilia Mårtensson and Matt Robinson aim to redefine the traditional piano/vocal duo by incorporating extended techniques, improvisation, and live electronics and synths. Their highly anticipated debut album as a duo is slated for an early 2025 release, featuring a compilation of songs that traverse open landscapes and intricate arrangements within art.pop, traditional jazz, Swedish folk songs, and original compositions. Each track serves as its own unique space, inviting listeners to briefly inhabit its atmosphere.

Matt Robinson, an established pianist and composer in the UK jazz scene, is celebrated for his melodic improvisations, harmonically nuanced playing, and innovative use of live electronics. His collaborations with various original music projects, including Snowpoet, The Magic Lantern, Flying Machines, and Josienne Clarke, attest to his versatility and creativity.

Swedish native Emilia Mårtensson has garnered acclaim as one of the most exciting vocalists on the UK jazz scene. Her haunting and ethereal tones, infused with her Swedish heritage, captivate audiences with their dark melancholy and compelling storytelling. Her accolades include being featured in 'The New Face of British Jazz' by The Observer and winning 'Best Vocalist' at The Parliamentary Jazz Awards in 2016.

Joining them for their Berlin debut is Danish bass player Andreas Lang, an esteemed figure in the European jazz scene. Since relocating to Berlin in 2007, Andreas has collaborated with a diverse range of artists, including Kurt Rosenwinkel, Felix Wahnschaffe, Rudi Mahall, Philipp Gropper, and Oliver Steidle. His contribution promises to add depth and richness to the ensemble's performance, further enhancing their musical exploration and creativity.""

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