Jazz event Austrian Hours begins with Ulrich Dressler Cello Quartet

Newsroom 19/01/2011 | 16:13

Green Hours, jazz café and club, is preparing its second edition of Austrian Hours, in partnership with the Cultural Austrian Forum and the Austrian Embassy. This year’s edition will consist in five jazz concerts and will start on January 27, with a concert held by Ulrich Dressler Cello Quartet, that also includes Rina Kaçinari (cello), Christof Unterberger (cello), as well Jörg Mikula (drums).

German saxophone player Ulrich Dressler is known to tour the world with various bands. Together with his quartet, he will promote his newest album, Concinnity, in Romania. The concert will begin at 21,00.

On February 17, starting at 21,00, Austrian band Bleu will hold a concert, with a lineup consisting in Lorenz Raab (trumpet, flugelhorn), Ali Angerer (tuba, electric dulcimer) and Rainer Deixler (drums, percussion). On March 3, starting at 21,00, Wolfgang Muthspiel Trio is the headliner, with Wolfgang Muthspiel on guitar, Matthias Pichler on contrabass and Andreas Pichler on drums. On March 10, at the same hour, Martin Reiter – Flow will perform, including Andi Tausch on guitar, Martin Reiter on piano, Peter Kronreif on drums and Jojo Lackner on bass. David Helbock, Random/Control will close the event, on March 31, with David Helbock on piano, Johannes Bär on trumpet (and other instruments) Andi Broger on saxophone (and other instruments).

Green Hours is located on Calea Victoriei 120 and will take place between January 27-March 31 2011.

 

Corina Dumitrescu

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