Staff and volunteers at Jazzhus Montmartre is on vacation all of January getting ready for February's WILD Winter Jazz Festival. First concert after the break is February 1st with Lars Danielsson's magic Liberetto III. See the full Winter Jazz programme here.



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17Oct
Tuesday, October 17 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Francesco Cigna Special Quartet

“Upcoming” is Montmartre’s series of talent concerts where upcoming artists test the boundaries of jazz.
Francesco Cigna (guitar / IT)Calle Brickmann (piano / SE)Andreas Møllerhøj (bass / DK)Johan Kolsut (drums / SE)

ENTRANCE 50 DKK FOR STUDENTS/u26

Composer and guitarist Francesco Cigna has collected a band of super talented musicians to play a mix of Cigna's own compositions and interpretations of classic standards.

Influenced by guitar players such as Jimmy Raney, Wes Montgomery and Grant Green, as well as other instrumentalists like Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and McCoy Tyner, Francesco has developed his own voice as a musician/composer. Cigna's most recent album GET OUT OF TOWN, with Cigna & Ørum Von Spreckelsen Quartet, has received wide recognition in the press.

OBS: Entré 50 kr for studerende/u26

Komponist og guitarist Francesco Cigna har samlet et band af super talentfulde musikere til at spille et repetoire bestående af Cigna's egne kompositioner, samt interpretationer af klassiske standards. Dansk/Italienske Francesco Cigna har gjort sig bemærket for sin passion for den klassiske jazzguitar tradition. Hans dybe, varme tone er som smør for øregangene og hans fine fornemmelse for at fremelske smukke swingende fraser på sin guitar er helt unik. Man hører tydeligt respekten til historien og hans tidlige helte, Jimmy Raney, Wes Montgommery og Grant Green, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane og McCoy Tyner. Cigna er lige nu aktuel med albummet, GET OUT OF TOWN med Cigna & Ørum Von Spreckelsen quartet

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