PRODUCTION

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SCHWARZMANN SOIREE

04.05.16 @Columbia Theater Berlin / XJAZZ Festival

In advance of Berlin’s XJAZZ FestivalHenrik Schwarz and Âme’s Frank Wiedemann presented a rare live show of their SCHWARZMANN project at Berlin’s Columbia Theater on May 4, 2016. The improvised performance featured appearances by Pat Thomas, Ben Westbeech, Bugge Wesseltoft, Etienne Jaumet, Kahil El’Zabar, Osunlade, David Lemaitre and Robert Owens. The three-hour live show was presented by Telekom Electronic Beats and is now exclusively available for streaming on EB.TV and EB.Radio.

Frank Wiedemann and Henrik Schwarz inaugurated SCHWARZMANN back in 2012. Since then, the duo has played a few select shows and gained praise for their take on live improvisation. Both producers are core members of Berlin’s Innervisions label. Henrik Schwarz is known for his love of jazz, most notably his frequent live sets and collaborations with Norway’s jazz maestro Bugge Wesseltoft, which also resulted in their 2011 album "Duo". Frank Wiedemann, who’s also one half of Âme, on the other hand, has been exploring a more melodic and poppier side of dance music with his latest project Howling.

Presented by Telekom Electronic Beats

Produced by Best Works

Photos by Philipp Jester (www.philippjester.com)

GILLES PETERSON x HAVANA CLUB RUMBA SESSIONS

24.04.16 @Prince Charles Berlin

Thank you Gilles Peterson, Dayme Arocena, Earl Zinger and last but not least HAVANA CULTURA for the great party at Prince Charles, Berlin. It was a pleasure to produce this event. Hope to see you soon in Berlin. 

 

DJ set by Gilles Peterson feat. MC Earl Zinger, live show by Havana Cultura Rumberos De Hoy feat. Dayme Arocena. Film screening "Havana Club Rumba Sessions - La Clave". 

The latest chapter in the longstanding relationship between Gilles Peterson and the music of Cuba, this feature-length documentary by Charlie Inman sees him explore the roots of rumba. Featuring interviews with key figures across the island's musical generations, it provides an insight into rumba's continued significance in a country where a carefully preserved past has long sat side-by-side with innovation. 
 

Presented by HAVANA CULTURA

Produced by Best Works

With kind support from XJAZZ, JAW Family, Beat Kollektiv, OYE Record Store, Black Radio Berlin, ÜBERJAZZ Festival

Photos by Philipp Jester (www.philippjester.com)

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