Black Music Renaissance

 
 

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Black Music Renaissance

Die Konzertreihe wurde 2015 vom preisgekrönten Pianisten Kelvin Sholar als dreitägiges Event in der WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN konzipiert und kuratiert, um die einflussreiche Musik berühmter Schwarzer Komponist*innen, Schriftsteller*innen und anderer Künstler*innen zu zelebrieren und ihre Relevanz sowohl für die heutige Schwarze Musikszene als auch den weltweiten Musikmarkt sichtbar, hörbar und erlebbar zu machen.

Durch den überwältigenden Erfolg dieses Konzepts wurde BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE fester Programmpunkt des jährlich in der WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN stattfindenen BLACK HISTORY MONTH - mit wechselnen Schwerpunkten. 
 

           

The program will feature a mix of Jazz, Electronic and Latin music; including the music of Max Roach, Abbey Lincoln, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Oscar Brown Jr., Bert Williams and Thelonius Monk, Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, John Coltrane, Horace Tapscott, Pedro Flores, Mongo Santamaria and others.



 

TERMINE

2018

  • 23. Februar 2018 | 21.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE 4 feat. Yah Supreme
  • 16. Februar 2018 | 21.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE 4 feat. Corey Harris
  • 09. Februar 2018 | 21.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE 4 feat. Matilda Leko
  • 02. Februar 2018 | 21.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE 4 feat. Hani Mojtahedy

2017

A four-day powerhouse event with the goal to celebrate the common threads of rhythm, harmony and melody that unites all music of the African diaspora with music from the Americas and Eurasia featuring tributes to HipHop, Blues, Work Songs, Jazz, Reggae, Soul, Rock, Africa, Romanian Tango, African Latino Dance, and Detroit literature.

2016

A four-day powerhouse event with the goal to celebrate the common threads of rhythm, harmony and melody that unites all music of the African diaspora featuring tributes to John and Alice Coltrane, The music of Africa, The Women and Men of Gospel music and the legends of the Blues. The all-star cast of artists includes American, African and European musicians.

2015

Program featuring a mix of Jazz, Electronic and Latin music; including the music of Max Roach, Abbey Lincoln, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Oscar Brown Jr., Bert Williams and Thelonius Monk, Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills, Robert Hood, John Coltrane, Horace Tapscott, Pedro Flores, Mongo Santamaria and others.

  • 17. Mai 2015 | 20.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE I:
    Set 1: Features Cuban Trumpet master Daniel Allen Oberto's interpretation of traditional Cuban selections, including sacred music of Yoruban culture; intermixed with electronics and contemporary selections; Set 2: VSS Trio will perform Jazz interpretations of Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills and Robert Hood- the famous composers of Detroit Techno and Minimal Techno
  • 16. Mai 2015 | 20.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE I:
    2 Sets feature Detroit poet and musician Sadiq Bey's literal readings of Oscar Brown Jr., Bert Williams and Thelonius Monk as well as original electronic selections of his SlipSlop sub genre. VSS Trio will perform Jazz interpretations of Juan Atkins, Jeff Mills and Robert Hood- the famous composers of Detroit Techno and Minimal Techno
  • 15. Mai 2015 | 20.00h | BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE I:
    Set 1: Features Afro-Danish singer Natalie Greffel's interpretation of Max Roach and Abbey Lincoln's "Freedom Now Suite" and selections from Bossa Nova and Jazz standards; Set 2: Features VSS Trio's electronic interpretations of Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock and other famous Jazz composers

Videos

 

Black Music Renaissance: Tribute To The Women And Men Of Gospel Set 1



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to Mama Africa Set 1



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to the Legends of the Blues Set 1



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to John & Alice Coltrane Set 2



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute To The Women And Men Of Gospel Set 2



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to John & Alice Coltrane Set 1



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to Mama Africa Set 2



Black Music Renaissance: Tribute to the Legends of the Blues Set 2

 
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