Photo Credit: Flut Promotion
Photo Credit: Flut Promotion

biegungen im ausland w/ Flut at ausland / Saturday, 1.6.2024

About eight years ago, the double bassist Isabel Rößler and the saxophonist Christopher Kunz started their joint project FLUT. Since then, both have continually refined their musical interaction.

With various protagonists of the vibrant improvising scenes in Berlin and Leipzig, FLUT play a haunting and very unique kind of free jazz. They develop long suspenseful arcs with mutating textures and strong contrasts. An irresistible pull emerges from moments of noise and song. This evening, double bass and saxophone will be supported by the great Samuel Hall on drums, who has been playing with Flut since more than a year now and has become somewhat a regular member.

It is obvious that the quartet of Camila Nebbia, Joanna Mattrey, Michele Anelli and Paolo Possidente follows an eclectic approach. Ultimately, all musicians bring very different cultural backgrounds and ideas into the common sound. The foursome’s artistic influences range from radical improvisation to chamber music and noise to performance art. What they have in common is a penchant for the obscure, the unknown, and the desire to question conventional playing techniques.

biegungen im ausland w/ Flut (Camila Nebbia, Joanna Mattrey, Michele Anelli and  Paolo Possidente)

Saturday, 1.6.2024 | Doors 20:30 / Starts 21:00 CET
ausland | Lychener Strasse 60 in 10437 Berlin | Event @ Facebook
Christopher Kunz – saxophone (Tenor/Soprano)
Isabel Rößler – double bass
Samuel Hall – drums
Nebbia / Mattrey / Anelli / Possidente
Camilla Nebbia – tenor saxophone
Joanna Mattrey – viola
Michele Anelli – double bass
Paolo Possidente – drums
Supported by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion.
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