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Genre: Jazz

An Evening of Django Reinhardt

External promoter: Lundgren music

A Tribute to Django Reinhardt



Sweden’s leading interpreter of Django Reinhardt, Gustav Lundgren, returns to Stockholm Concert Hall with his trio, which comprises Martin Widlund on guitar and Andreas Unge on double bass. Lundgren is probably Sweden’s most internationally active jazz guitarist today. We have previously heard him at Stockholm Concert Hall with Stockholm Swing All Stars, Edouard Pennes, Blue House Jazz Orchestra and Hot Club de Suède.

Gustav Lundgren has toured 25 countries on 5 continents; he has contributed to 55 albums and released around a dozen in his own name. Musicians he has worked with include Lisa Nilsson, Linda Sundblad, Salem Al Fakir, Kleerup, Maia Hirasawa, Jonas Kullhammar, Wille Crafoord, Petra Marklund and Swedish House Mafia.

In addition to the trio, we will also hear two guests: violinist Aurélien Trigo, who has long been one of the most important names in gypsy jazz, and the young French guitarist Antoine Boyer – who at just 12 years old was named the most important Django Reinhardt successor since Biréli Lagrène.

www.gustavlundgren.com
www.lundgrenmusic.com

External promoter: Lundgren music

Sunday 28 January 2018 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00

A Tribute to Django Reinhardt



Sweden’s leading interpreter of Django Reinhardt, Gustav Lundgren, returns to Stockholm Concert Hall with his trio, which comprises Martin Widlund on guitar and Andreas Unge on double bass. Lundgren is probably Sweden’s most internationally active jazz guitarist today. We have previously heard him at Stockholm Concert Hall with Stockholm Swing All Stars, Edouard Pennes, Blue House Jazz Orchestra and Hot Club de Suède.

Gustav Lundgren has toured 25 countries on 5 continents; he has contributed to 55 albums and released around a dozen in his own name. Musicians he has worked with include Lisa Nilsson, Linda Sundblad, Salem Al Fakir, Kleerup, Maia Hirasawa, Jonas Kullhammar, Wille Crafoord, Petra Marklund and Swedish House Mafia.

In addition to the trio, we will also hear two guests: violinist Aurélien Trigo, who has long been one of the most important names in gypsy jazz, and the young French guitarist Antoine Boyer – who at just 12 years old was named the most important Django Reinhardt successor since Biréli Lagrène.

www.gustavlundgren.com
www.lundgrenmusic.com

  • The music

    Approximate times
  • Programme is missing
  • Participants

  • Gustav Lundgren Trio
  • Gustav Lundgren guitar
  • Martin Widlund guitar
  • Aurélien Trigo violin
  • Juan Patricio Mendoza double bass
  • Klas Lindquist clarinet

Sunday 28 January 2018 19.00

Ends approximately 21.00