Jazz og blús

Stína Ágúst­s­dót­tir-Hen­rik Linder­-­Joel Lys­sar­ides (IS/SE) / Fam­ily Band (UK)

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Price

6.900 kr

Next event

Sunday 29th August - 20:00

Venue

Flói

Stína Ágústsdóttir-Henrik Linder-Joel Lyssarides (IS/SE) 

Stína Ágústsdóttir is one of Iceland’s favorite jazz singers, who was nominated as artist of the year at this year’s Icelandic music awards. She has released albums such as Jazz á Íslensku (2016), Hjörtun okkar jóla (2019), The Whale (2021), that have all received rave reviews.

Stina is currently residing in Stockholm, Sweden and has in the last few years worked with some of the country’s foremost musicians. For this occasion, she’s joining bass wonder Henrik Linder (Dirty Loops) and the brilliant pianist Joel Lyssarides. Together they create a powerful trio that is able to really play around with the music and take the audience on a trip to a new and exciting universe of sound. The trio will be playing a mix of original music, jazz standards and pop tunes in new arrangements.

Stína Ágústsdóttir (IS) : voice
Henrik Linder (SE) : bass
Joel Lyssarides (SE) : piano / keyboards

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Family Band (UK)

Comprising four long-term collaborators and friends (thus the ‘family’ tag), the band takes as its starting point the freewheeling music of those musicians who, back in the 1960s, were at the forefront of the free jazz revolution, but whose opening up of jazz’s constraints is now recognised as not a break from the past but an integral part of the music’s development. So the Family Band doesn’t recreate the work of Ornette Coleman and others, but shares its powerful and freewheeling momentum – moments of fierce intensity, introspection and the blues all combining into an emotionally complex and often cathartic whole.

‘One of the best modern jazz groups performing at the moment’ – Bebop Spoken Here

‘You simply HAVE to get to see them – you won’t be disappointed’ – Martin Powell, JATP

‘They were fantastic’ – Chris Philips, JazzFM

‘What a revelation – exciting group, gradually revealing more and more depth and thrilling the audience to the very end’ – Blow The Fuse, The Vortex


Kim Macari (UK) : trumpet
Riley Stone-Lonergan (IE) : tenor saxophone
Tom Rivière (UK) : double bass
Steve Hanley (UK) : drums

The ticket prices are as follows:

A

6.900 kr.

B

6.900 kr.