Museion 4th floorVia Dante Straße 6
39100 Bolzano / Bozen
“Unruly chamber punk jazz“, said the Standard about the music of this trio. Does Edi Nulz play a jazz which is riven by rock, or is it the other way round? And, as though that weren’t enough, the three men make do – so it would seem – without a bass player and singers. The bass clarinet soloist, singer, and bass player can all be found in one person, namely Edi Nulz. Even the guitar sometimes exercises that musical, deep acoustic pressure. Edi charmingly riffs and strums on his guitar to then produce a musical alloy of magnificent grotesque and casual madness. Edi Nulz amalgamates, bastardises, and purposely loses his rhythm only to pull himself back together in a flash. The result? An exceptional concerto of sounds.
“Unexpected yet understandable… and at the same time bizarrely coherent“ was a critic from Jazzit described the trio. Hobby Horse links hypnotic, quaint improvisations with an explosive sound, as well as combining elements from free jazz, rock, and electro music. It goes without saying that the three men disregard fixed genres altogether even if they are firmly anchored to jazz. Hobby Horse was founded in 2008 as a saxophone trio. Today, the band is a jazzy combination of peculiar instruments such as whistles, chimes, and melodica, producing somewhat of an orchestral sound. Their repertoire encompasses original pieces and tracks by Tom Waits, Robert Wyatt and Thelonious Monk.
Guests can attend two concerts from 9 pm, an event uniting two trios, respectively from Italy and Austria, before they close the evening with a joint performance.
Siegmar Brecher - bcl
Julian Adam Pajzs - guit
Valentin Schuster - dr
Dan Kinzelman - sax, cl, voc, fl
Joe Rehmer - b, keys, voc, perc
Stefano Tamborrino - dr, perc, melodica, voc
Thu, 30. Jun, 9:00 PM - Museion 4th floor - Bozen / Bolzano
Reduced: 12,00 Euro
The Location is in the city center and can be easily reached on foot
BZ / ME / BX / BK /
Closest paid parking:BZ Centro/Mitte P8, Piazza Vittoria/Siegesplatz, Walther P3, Mareccio/Maretsch P7