Jazz in Venice

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The third edition of "Jazz &"
Five concerts to explore contemporary jazz

Five events in Venice from February to May 2019 to explore contemporary jazz, with new projects by Italian and international artists. It is the third edition of “Jazz &”, signed by Veneto Jazz and hosted at the Sale Apollinee of La Fenice Theater, with a stop at the Museum of Palazzo Grimani and a conclusion to the T Fondaco dei Tedeschi.

The review ends at the T Fondaco dei Tedeschi on Thursday 23 May (8.30 pm, free admission by reservation), with the Israeli trombonist Reut Regev, “an irresistible performer with a prodigious technique” with a “joyously free” approach that embraces every known aspect of the trombone “. His project, Reut Regev’s R * time, is the result of 15 years of musical collaboration with husband drummer and co-composer Igal Foni and combines sophisticated sound research with a kaleidoscope of sounds, rhythms and musical tastes. All About Jazz called it “amazing” and “incredibly expansive and shamelessly modern”. In Venice he presents himself in a trio.

The concerts scheduled will be opened by the exhibition of young talents of Italian jazz, the project “Tomorrow’s Jazz”. The artistic direction is curated by Giuseppe Mormile.

Saturday, Feb 9 – 7 pm – La Fenice Theater

Quintorigo “Play Mingus”

Saturday, Feb 16 – 7 pm – La Fenice Theater

Camille Bertault Duo

Saturday, March 2 – 5.30 pm – Grimani Palace

Reiner Baas & Ben Van Gelder

Saturday, March 16 – 7 pm – La Fenice Theater

Gaia Cuatro

Thursday, May 23 – 8.30 pm – T Fondaco dei Tedeschi

Reut Regev Trio

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