FLUT // Nebbia / Possidente / Anelli / Mattrey
FLUT by unknown and ©Tomas Terekas
FLUT by unknown and ©Tomas Terekas
Camila Nebbia ©Aurèlie Raidron, Paolo Possidente ©Luca Pescaglini, Joanna Mattrey ©TJ Huff @exhumist, Michele Anelli ©Valeria Sorce
Camila Nebbia ©Aurèlie Raidron, Paolo Possidente ©Luca Pescaglini, Joanna Mattrey ©TJ Huff @exhumist, Michele Anelli ©Valeria Sorce

Saturday, 01 June, 2024 - 20:30

FLUT // Nebbia / Possidente / Anelli / Mattrey

Isabel Rößler
Christopher Kunz
Samuell Hall
Camila Nebbia
Joanna Mattrey
Michele Anelli
Paolo Possidente

Doors 8:30 pm | Start 9:00 pm | Tickets (only at door) € 10,--

FLUT
Christopher Kunz – saxophone (Tenor/Soprano)
Isabel Rößler – double bass
Samuel Hall – drums

Nebbia / Mattrey  / Anelli / Possidente
Camilla Nebbia – tenor saxophone
Joanna Mattrey – viola
Michele Anelli – double bass
Paolo Possidente – drums

About eight years ago, double bassist Isabel Rößler and saxophonist Christopher Kunz started FLUT as a joint project. Over the years, they have been constantly refining their musical interactions. At times inviting various protagonists from the vibrant improvising scenes in Berlin and Leipzig, FLUT plays a haunting and richly unique kind of free jazz. Developing long suspenseful arcs with mutating textures and strong contrasts, an irresistible pull emerges from moments of noise and song. This evening, the double bass and saxophone duo will be accompanied by Samuel Hall, an august drummer who has been touring with the duo since over a year now, becoming quintessential to the sound of FLUT.

It is obvious that the quartet of Camila Nebbia, Joanna Mattrey, Michele Anelli and Paolo Possidente follows an eclectic approach. Ultimately, all musicians bring very different cultural backgrounds and ideas into the common sound. The foursome's artistic influences range from radical improvisation to chamber music and noise to performance art. What they have in common is a penchant for the obscure, the unknown, and the desire to question conventional playing techniques.

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