Johanna Summer “Schumann Kaleidoskop”

Ystads Teater Sjömansgatan 13, Ystad, Skåne

Johanna Summer (DE) – piano The award-winning, Berlin-based pianist Johanna Summer is a rising star in European jazz. Her first album “Schumann Kaleidoskop” (2020) evoked an enthusiastic response for its innovative spirit. On the album, the classically-trained pianist takes music from Robert Schumann's “Kinderszenen" (Scenes from Childhood) and “Album für die Jugend” (Album for the

Nik Bärtsch “Entendre”

Ystads Teater Sjömansgatan 13, Ystad, Skåne

Nik Bärtsch (CH) – piano Swiss pianist and composer Nik Bärtsch will present new mesmerising versions of his earlier compositions rearranged for solo piano. Through his groups, the acoustic quartet Mobile and the electric quintet Ronin, Nik Bärtsch explores an individual style he describes as ‘zen-funk’ or ‘ritual groove music’ – the title of his

Jan Lundgren, Mattias Svensson & String Quartet “A Tribute to Jan Johansson”

Ystads Teater Sjömansgatan 13, Ystad, Skåne

Jan Lundgren – piano Mattias Svensson – bass Johannes Dickbauer (AT) – 1st violin Emily Stewart (CR) – 2nd violin Lena Fankhauser-Campregher (CA) – viola Asja Valcic (HR) – cello This concert, featuring Jan Lundgren, Mattias Svensson and an international string quartet, is a celebration of the music of the Swedish jazz pianist Jan Johansson

Jacob Karlzon “Solo”

Ystad Saltsjöbad Saltsjöbadsvägen, Ystad, Skåne

Jacob Karlzon – piano Jacob Karlzon, one of Europe’s leading jazz pianists, has become well-known in a number of musical guises – as a collaborator with artists such as Swedish vocalist Viktoria Tolstoy, as the leader of his own trio, and as a distinctive and dynamic solo performer. He has released 11 works under his

Marialy Pacheco & Rhani Krija “Marocuba”

Ystad Saltsjöbad Saltsjöbadsvägen, Ystad, Skåne

Marialy Pacheco (CU) – piano Rhani Krija (MA–DE) – drums, percussion “Marocuba” is a vibrant collaboration featuring a piano and percussion duo that delivers music based on a unique combination of influences. Marialy Pacheco describes it as “a mix of traditional Cuban music and Afro-Moroccan rhythms, combined with contemporary European jazz”. Cuban pianist Marialy Pacheco

Iiro Rantala “Best of”

Ystad Saltsjöbad Saltsjöbadsvägen, Ystad, Skåne

Iiro Rantala (FI) – piano Few jazz pianists have explored the art of solo playing as intensively as Iiro Rantala. The Finnish piano virtuoso will be performing highlights from his solo albums “Lost Heroes" (2011), “My Working Class Hero” (2015) and "My Finnish Calendar" (2019). These include original compositions such as “Tears for Esbjörn”, “Pekka

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