Cultural festival (literature, theater, concerts, dance, circus, cinema, exhibitions). Les Boréales is a festival dedicated to Nordic culture. It takes place every year in November in Caen and Normandy.
Last time the Trio* played at the festival was in 2018 at Théâtre de Caen. At the time, the welcome from both the organizers, the city and the audience was overwhelmingly positive.
It is therefore with great pleasure that Carsten returns as a representative for Danish music. This time with Jan Gunnar Hoff on piano and Reggie Washington on bass.
Program here: https://www.lesboreales.com/artistes/carsten-lindholm-trio-2/
Info Les Boréales: https://www.lesboreales.com/agenda-du-festival/
Info Theatre de Caen here: https://theatre.caen.fr
*In 2018 the trio playing in Caen consisted of Mathias Grove Madsen on piano, Kristor Broedsgaard on bass and Carsten Lindholm himself on drums
Having electrified a large audience for more than twenty years, the open-air music festival “Worms: Jazz & Joy” was definitely one of the highlights in Carsten Lindholms calendar this year. Not being able to perform with his trio for a long time, the honour of being among the “Private Selection” artists of the festival was a huge experience.
Together with saxophonist Kerstin Harberecht, pianist and keyboardist Roman Schuler and bass player Gernot Kögel – Carsten enjoyed the Sunday concert 22nd August in front of a great audience. With almost 3,000 visitors during the weekend – the opportunity to finally experience open-air live music again was evident.
From Carsten Lindholm a big thank you to the musicians, the audience, artistic director dr. David Maier, jazz musician Thomas Siffling and all the staff involved in and around the festival.
Photocredits Studio Sittel
Standing ovations in between numbers at the concert Friday 31st May in Skt. Katharinen Kirche
Carsten Lindholm Trio felt blessed that evening in Hamburg: “Ganz herzlichen Dank an ein zauberhaftes Publikum, die gestern zu unserem Elbjazz Konzert gekommen sind. Es war für uns ein ganz besonderes Erlebniss, wofür wir sehr dankbar sind. So viele positive Vibes!! Vielen Dank auch an das wahsinnig effektive Elbjazz Team und die Katharina Kirche”!
Also a special thank to the audience who came all the way from Denmark to support us – Eva, Max and Simon.
Carsten Lindholm Trio
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In connection with Carsten Lindholm Trio’s concert at Elbjazz 2019 in Hamburg, the new single “Spring Cruise” will be released.
The number is a pre-taste of Carsten Lindholm’s forthcoming 4th album, and seduces us with a sense of spring and positivity.
Spring Cruise is played mostly in Major Key and the responsive listener will perhaps notice the konnakol inspired bass playing under the beautiful piano solo.
Carsten Lindholm Trio is very excited to play at Elbjazz this year. The concert will take place at St. Katharinen Church Friday 31st May at 9pm – and Carsten finds it to be a dream location for the trio.
The trio that consists of Jan Gunnar Hoff (Piano), Kristor Brodsgaard (bass) and Carsten Lindholm (drums) will be playing songs from Carsten Lindholm’s latest album “Indispiration”. Further more, the audience will have the opportunity to hear some new songs from the upcoming album, including the song “Spring Cruise” that will be released as single on the day of the concert. As Carsten Lindholms upcoming album is a mix of own compositions and interpretations of known pop-songs, if given time, audience might even get a taste or two of these.
The music will be played mostly in major key, and the Trio hopes to give the audience a positive vibe and a feeling of inner peace to take along with them.
Check out the Elbjazz 2019 programme here – and buy tickets here!
We look forward to seeing you.
Carsten Lindholm Trio