Sunday, May 26, 2019
Concert Review: Der Lange Schatten at the Blue Room
It takes a lot of planning to be spontaneous. That’s the paradoxical takeaway of a performance by Der Lange Schatten at the Blue Room on Monday, May 20. More than three dozen people heard the German trio’s carefully orchestrated form of experimental chamber jazz at the free show presented by Goethe Pop Up Kansas City. Der Lange Schatten’s avant-garde explorations were moored by written arrangements. Even during the wildest moments, reedman Michael Thieke, pianist Håvard Wiik and bassist Antonio Borghini scrutinized sheet music. I documented a frenetic solo by Thieke and an example of Wiik’s unconventional approach at Instagram.
(Original image by Plastic Sax.)
Posted by Happy In Bag at 9:56 AM
Labels: Blue Room, Jazz, Kansas City
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