Nice photo reportage in Citizen Jazz – March edition

CARSTEN LINDHOLM, RETOUR AUX BORÉALES. Le Danemark invité des Boréales 2021.

Le batteur danois revient dans les foyers du théâtre de Caen à l’occasion du festival Les Boréales avec un nouveau répertoire et un trio différent mais non moins talentueux.

Carsten Lindholm, batterie ; Jan Gunnar Hoff, piano ; Reggie Washington, contrebasse.

CARSTEN LINDHOLM TRIO

JAN GUNNAR HOFF

CARSTEN LINDHOLM

REGGIE WASHINGTON

DE TRÈS JEUNES AUDITEURS…

REGGIE WASHINGTON

JAN GUNNAR HOFF

JAN GUNNAR HOFF, REGGIE WASHINGTON, CARSTEN LINDHOLM

JAN GUNNAR HOFF, REGGIE WASHINGTON, CARSTEN LINDHOLM

par  Gérard Boisnel // Publié le 20 mars 2022

Thank you Gérard for the beautiful pictures!

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Carsten Lindholm live at Worms, Jazz & Joy 2021

Fotocredits Studio Sittel

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