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27Mar
Premium
Friday, March 27 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Michala Østergaard Art Quartet ft. Anders Jormin

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Michala Østergaard-Nielsen (Drums / DK)Marc Ducret (Guitar / FR)Kasper Tranberg (Trumpet/Cornet / DK)Per Jørgensen (Vocal/Trumpet / NO)Anders Jormin (Bass / SE)

It is rare for a young Danish female drummer to receive an international award. But it actually happened to Michala Østergaard, who in 2018 received the "Jazzkannan", one of Sweden's most prestigious awards given to musicians who bring the music further. This evening, Michala Østergaard is with her regular, international group with some of the most equilibristic improvisation musicians from Scandinavia and France - and this time extended with a fifth member - bassist Anders Jormin. It is a meeting between four countries and five musicians, each with their very own strong personality in a special open music that challenges, tickles and scratches, all at once. Magical storytelling, where images arise, emotions are born and people meet.

Students/under 26: 50% off

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Det hører til sjældenhederne at en ung dansk, kvindelig trommeslager modtager en international pris. Men det skete faktisk for Michala Østergaard, der i 2018 fik ”Jazzkannan”, en af Sveriges fornemste priser, der gives til musikere som bringer musikken videre. Her høres Michala Østergaard med sin faste, internationale gruppe med nogle af de mest ekvilibristiske improvisationsmusikere fra Skandinavien og Frankrig - og denne gang udvidet med et femte medlem - bassisten Anders Jormin. Det er et møde mellem fire lande og fem musikere med hver deres stærke personlighed i en særlig åben musik, der udfordrer, kilder, aer, river og kradser, og som aldrig er ligegyldig. Tryllebindende “storytelling”, hvor billeder opstår, følelser fødes og mennesker mødes.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

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Mar 27Fri
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 300,-
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28Mar
Premium
Saturday, March 28 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Søren Lampe: I Lampens Skær

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Søren Lampe (Vocal / DK)Jesper Riis (Trumpet / DK)Søren Møller (Piano / DK)Matthias Petri (Bass / DK)Morten Lund (Drums / DK)

In Denmark, there are very few male jazz singers. And even fewer that exclusively sing in Danish. Søren Lampe is one of them. He has made it his agenda to “jazzify” Danish folk songs as well as more contemporary classics, which he does very convincingly and personally. Here, the listener gets the opportunity to hear the quality in songs from the song books of Danish folk songs and evergreens from the 20th century. With these extraordinary musicians with him on stage, Lampe will demonstrate the great art of jazz singing.

Students/under 26: 50% off

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Herhjemme findes kun ganske få mandlige jazzsangere. Og endnu færre, der udelukkende synger på dansk. Søren Lampe er en af dem. Han har sat sig for at ”jazzificere” danske folkesange såvel som mere nutidige klassikere, hvilket han gør ganske overbevisende og yderst personligt. Her får lytteren mulighed for at (gen)høre kvaliteten i sange fra højskolesang- og evergreen-bogen fra det 20. århundrede. Med fornemme musikere bag sig viser Lampe, at jazzsang er en vidunderlig kunstform.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

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Mar 28Sat
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 295,-
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17Apr
Premium
Friday, April 17 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Mathias Heise Quadrillion

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Mathias Heise (Mundharmonika/Pianist / DK)David Vang (Bass / DK)Mads Christiansen (Guitar / DK)Aksel Stadel Borum (Trommer / DK)

Mathias Heise Quadrillion has been playing together since 2012 and has since managed to create a different, unique and very personal contemporary expression that appeals to both young crossover fans and hardcore jazz fusion nerds. In addition to mastering the chromatic harmonica, 25-year-old Mathias Heise is an outstandingly skilled composer and pianist, and he surrounds himself with a skilled fusion-team consisting of peers and equally brilliant musicians who play a fusion of funk, rock and jazz. Ivan Rod from GAFFA describes the music as "Deeply original, engaging and totally elaborate." This evening, the elegance of jazz and the hard-hitting rhythms of funk music will merge into an exuberant set up, with four amazing musicians.

Students/under 26: 50% off

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Mathias Heise Quadrillion har spillet sammen siden 2012 og har siden formået at skabe et anderledes, unikt og meget personligt nutidigt udtryk, der appellerer til både unge crossover fans og hardcore jazz-fusion nørder. Udover at mestre den svære kromatiske mundharpe er 25-årige Mathias Heise en enestående dygtig komponist og pianist. Og han omgiver sig med et dygtigt fusionshold, der består af jævnaldrende og lige så fantastiske musikere, som sammen spiller fusion af funk, rock og jazz. Ivan Rod fra GAFFA beskriver musikken som ”Dybt original, medrivende og totalt gennemarbejdet.” Denne aften vil jazzens elegance og funkmusikkens hårdtslående rytmer fusionerer i et sprudlende set up med fire fantastiske musikere.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

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Apr 17Fri
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 300,-
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5May
Upcoming
Tuesday, May 5 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Øresund Triplettes: Tribute to Andrew Sisters

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Stina Andersdotter (Vocal / Bass / SE)Pernille Mejer (Vocal / DK)Anna Petersson (Vocal / SE)Kathrine Windfeld (Piano / DK)Lasse Funch Sørensen (Drums / DK)

Come join an exceptional musical experience filled with charming energy and joy, when Jazzkollektivet presents Øresund Triplettes and their “Tribute to The Andrew Sisters”. The Andrew Sisters was an American close-harmony vocal trio that made a name for themselves in the swing and boogie-woogie era. The trio is behind songs as “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” and “Shoo Shoo Baby”. The concert will offer several of their original songs and continue the tradition to vocal jazz in the year 2020.

Jazzkollektivet is a community that consists of Nordic jazz talents. The ambition with the collective, which were founded in 2016, is to support a sprouting growth layer of young musicians and contribute to these talents making a living of their arts.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Kom og vær med til en mageløs, musikalsk oplevelse fyldt med charmerende energi og spilleglæde, når Jazzkollektivet denne aften præsenterer Øresund Triplettes og deres ”Tribute to The Andrews Sisters”. The Andrews Sisters var en amerikansk close-harmony vokaltrio, som fik deres store gennembrud i swing- og boogie-woogie-æraen. De står bag numre som ”Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree” og ”Shoo Shoo Baby”. Koncerten vil byde på flere af deres originale numre og videreføre traditionen til vokaljazz anno 2020.

Jazzkollektivet er et fællesskab bestående af nordiske jazztalenter. Ambitionen med kollektivet, der blev grundlagt i 2016, er, at støtte et spirende vækstlag af unge musikere og bidrage til, at disse talenter kan leve af deres kunst.

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May 5Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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17May
Monten
Sunday, May 17 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Gustaf Ljunggren/Emil De Waal & Svaneborg Kardyb

1. set:

Nikolaj Svaneborg (Würlitzer/Synthesizer/Piano / DK)Jonas Kardyb (Drums/Percussion / DK)

2. set:

Gustaf Ljunggren (Keys/Strings / SE)Emil de Waal (Drums/Perc/Electronics / DK)

This Monten-night features two duos that combine the acoustic and the electronic in minimalistic soundscapes.

Nikolaj Svaneborg and Jonas Kardyb from Aarhus released their debut album “Knob” in March 2019 which made album of the week on P8 Jazz. 2019 has been an exceptional rewarding year for the duo who won “Danish Jazz Composer of the Year” and “New Danish Jazz Name of the Year” at Danish Music Awards Jazz and also ensured victory in Jazzkonkurrencen. The jury emphasized the duos’ brave minimalism and clear artistic strength. The music consists of an airy, spherical expression, where electronic and acoustic sounds are unified and capturing melodies encounter Nordic moods in a dreamy and groovy universe.

Gustaf Ljunggren and Emil de Waal celebrate their 20-year anniversary as duo and have for that occasion recorded a moving album consisting of new, joint music played on acoustic, electric and electronic instruments that definitely will touch, shake, swing and suave the audience. The Danish Music Award-nominated album has been recorded and mixed in New York by Andy Green (Velvet Underground and John Cale). On the basis of a common integrity and curiosity as the crucial factor the duo has played everything from hits from the Danish top-ten to improvised noise concerts in China.

Denne Monten-aften byder på to duoer, der forener det akustiske og elektroniske i minimalistiske lydlandskaber.

De to århusianske musikere, Nikolaj Svaneborg og Jonas Kardyb, udgav i marts 2019 deres debutalbum ”Knob”, der blev ugens album på P8 Jazz. 2019 har været et enormt succesfuldt år for duoen, der endvidere vandt priserne ”Årets Danske Jazzkomponist” og ”Årets Nye Danske Jazznavn” til Danish Music Awards Jazz samt sikrede sig sejren til Jazzkonkurrencen. Juryen fremhævede duoens modige minimalisme og klare kunstneriske overskud. Musikken er med et luftigt, sfærisk udtryk, hvor elektronisk og akustisk lyd mødes, og hvor fængende melodier møder nordiske stemninger i et drømmende og groovy univers.

Gustaf Ljunggren og Emil de Waal fejrer 20-års jubilæum som duo og har i den anledning indspillet et stemningsfyldt album med ny, fælles musik på akustiske, elektriske og elektroniske instrumenter, som helt sikkert vil røre, ryste, swinge og charme publikum. Det Danish Music Award-nominerede album er indspillet og mixet i New York af Andy Green (Velvet Underground og John Cale). Med udgangspunkt i en fælles integritet og nysgerrighed som den altafgørende faktor har duoen spillet alt fra hits fra Dansktoppen til improviserede støjkoncerter i Kina.

May 17Sun
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 160,-
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19May
Upcoming
Tuesday, May 19 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Hot Club de France / Upcoming

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Julie Krogsbøl (Vocal / DK)Thyge Søndertoft Van Dassen (Violin / DK)Asger Søgaard Hajslund (Guitar / DK)Kristoffer Nybye (Clarinet / DK)Mario Ochoa (Drums / SE)Christian Thulin Pheifer (Bass / SE)

Gypsy Jazz has swept the audiences off their feet since its birth in the 1930’s bubbly Paris. Sizzling solos and lethal speeds on acoustic instruments are the characteristics of the genre. With this constellation of talented, young Danish and Swedish jazz musicians, Jazzkollektivet has gathered a powerful team of interpreters of the popular music. The concert offers traditional methods and a great deal of joyful playing.

Jazzkollektivet is a community that consists of Nordic jazz talents. The ambition with the collective, that were founded in 2016, is to support a sprouting growth layer of young musicians and contribute to these talents making a living of their arts.

Students/under 26: 50% off

Gypsyjazzen har siden sin fødsel i 1930’ernes boblende Paris taget publikum med storm. Sydende soli og livsfarlige hastigheder på akustiske instrumenter kendetegner genren. Med denne konstellation af dygtige, unge danske og svenske jazztalenter har Jazzkollektivet samlet et stærkt hold af fortolkere af denne folkekære musik, og koncerten byder på håndholdt musik og en stor spilleglæde.

Jazzkollektivet er et fællesskab bestående af nordiske jazztalenter. Ambitionen med kollektivet, der blev grundlagt i 2016, er, at støtte et spirende vækstlag af unge musikere og bidrage til, at disse talenter kan leve af deres kunst.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

May 19Tue
20.00 (Doors 19.00) DKK 100,-
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6Jun
Premium
Saturday, June 6 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Tribute to NHØP

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Bo Stief (Bass / DK)Hans Ulrik (Tenor / DK)Henrik Gunde (Piano / DK)Alex Riel (Drums / DK)

National Danish acoustic bass-icon Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (NHØP) left our world way too soon in 2005. This evening four musicians show their deep respect and pay their homage to this great innovator. Bo Stief has been a close ear and eyewitness to NHØP's life, mainly because the two friends had large parts of their musical upbringing at Montmartre. Stief talks about his experiences with NHØP, and the music played will be related to these stories. Stief will be accompanied by three great Danish musicians; Hans Ulrik (sax), Henrik Gunde (piano) and the drummer, who has been touring endlessly with NHØP, Alex Riel. The group enters NHØP’s musical universe and gives us their 2019-interpretations of his musical output. We will witness a glorious journey in music, where US-jazz walks hand in hand with traditional Danish songs. And through the entire concert, the spirit of NHØP and his enormous position in Danish jazz will be present.

Students/under 26: 50% off

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Danmarks nationale jazz-ikon, bassisten Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen forlod alt for tidligt vores verden i 2005. Her hyldes NHØP på original og respektfuld vis af musikere, der respekterer hans enorme betydning for jazzen. Bo Stief har på tæt hold været både øre- og øjenvidne til NHØPs liv, herunder ikke mindst fordi de to venner havde store dele af deres musikalske opvækst på Montmartre. Stief fortæller om sine oplevelser med NHØP, og musikken vil være relateret til beretningerne, hvilken spilles med et hold af store og originale musikere, nemlig Hans Ulrik på sax, Henrik Gunde ved pianoet og, NHØPs kompagnon på utallige turnéer, Alex Riel bag trommerne. Det bliver en smuk og ærefuld rejse, hvor såvel solid US-jazz som den danske folkehøjskolesangbog danner de musikalske oplæg. Og hele tiden svæver mindet om NHØPs enorme betydning for dansk jazz rundt i lokalet.

Studerende/under 26: 50 % rabat

Restauranten er åben inden koncerten.

Jun 6Sat
20.00 (Doors 18.00) DKK 295,-
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