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German saxophonist Johannes Enders is well-know in the international jazz scene and is heavily influenced by John Coltrane & Wayne Shorter. Johannes Enders played with Sam Rivers, Roy Hargrove, Jaki Byard, Lester Bowie, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Lee Konitz, Kenny Wheeler, Ack van Rooyen en Brad Mehldau.

Bassist Joris Teepe has been living in NYC for 30 years and made 20 CD's as a leader. Two of those albums Teepe recorded with Johannes Enders. Their musical connection is strong and in drummer Howard Curtis Enders and Teepe found the perfect match for a concert at the sax-edition of the Red Light Jazz Festival. This trio is adventurous, pushing boundaries while also deeply rooted in swing and building on the roots of the history of jazz.

T. Howard Curtis III, born in Williamburg, VA, but now living and working in Graz, Austria has been enjoying a multifaceted career as jazz drummer, percussionist and educator for over 45 years. He was working in Washington and New York with great artists such as Odean Pope, Ingrid Jensen and David "Fathead" Newman. 20 years ago Curtis moved to Europe to play with Johannes Enders and was appointed Full Professor of Music (tenured) at Kunst University in Graz, Austria. He has now retired as a teacher and is playing all over the world with artists like Johannes Enders, Dave Liebman, Jean Toussaint, Joris Teepe and Gary Thomas.

AddressZeedijk 26-E
Date4 juni 2022
Time20.00 - 21.30
OrganisatieStichting Red Light Jazz
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