Imaginary Room

1 CD - ACT Music ACT9532-2
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Adam Baldych & The Baltic Gang
original title: Adam Baldych & the Baltic Gang: Imaginary Room

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  • After a much celebrated appearance by Adam Baldych at the 2011 Berlin Jazzfest, critic Ulrich Olshausen raved in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper: "He has, without doubt, the greatest technique of any jazz violinist alive today. We can expect everything of him". High praise for a musician of just 26 years of age, and at the same time only fitting for a man who has been considered a prodigy in his native Poland for many years already.

    On "Imaginary Room" Baldych takes on new challenges and has gathered a top-class studio band around him: the Baltic Gang, with the world-class Swedish bassist Lars Danielsson, the Danish drummer Morten Lund (who normally performs his magic with Paolo Fresu and Stefano Bollani), and the Swedish pianist Jacob Karlzon (best known for his collaboration with Viktoria Tolstoy), forming the musical backbone. Two of the biggest talents on the Scandinavian jazz scene - the Finnish trumpeter Verneri Pohjola and the Norwegian saxophonist Marius Neset make up the brass section.

    On "Imaginary Room" this all-star ensemble dedicates itself to Baldych's latest compositions, which leave ample room for improvisation, breath-taking solos and the inspirations of his ingenious accompanists, despite all being based on a compelling melody. These run the gamut from an eastern European touch to elegiac Nordic, right through to the modern American sound of the big city.
  • Adam Baldych & The Baltic Gang

    Adam Baldych / violin
    Jacob Karlzon / piano
    Lars Danielsson / bass, cello
    Morten Lund / drums
    Verneri Pohjola / trumpet
    Marius Neset / saxophone
    Nils Landgren / trombone (on 05 & 08)
  • 1 CD - 0h 55mn 48s
    upc/ean. 614427953223
    ref. ACT9532-2
    release date. 2012-07-02