Tour of Germany, starting off with one concert in Norway:
10/10: Kristiansand jazzklubb (NO)
11/10: Bad Honnef, Folk in Feüerschlosschen (DE)
12/10: Einbeck, Kultur im Esel (DE)
13/10: Bremen, Sendesaal (DE)
14/10: Dortmund, Evinger Schloss (DE)
15/10: Berlin, b-flat (DE)
NEWS: Mark Feldman will replace Håkon Aase at ShapeShifter Lab due to a recent unforseen situation.
«On The Tunnel, Sigurd Hole’s bass is way up in the mix, sometimes pooling like spilled glue, elsewhere making melodies with long, mournful shapes.» - The New York Times https://nyti.ms/2osxn1b
«A good jazz trio is cohesive and inventive with skillful musicianship that creates a relationship with the listener. A great trio takes listeners to places hey haven´t been before, such is the case with Encounters» - The New York City Jazz Record
Two nice reviews of Elvesang, one from Japan and one from Sweden.
"A magnificent meeting between three musicians. Moments causing goosebumps occur one after the other like beads on a string" - Eivind Strømsøy, Hamar Arbeiderblad
"Virtuoso musicians engaged in first-rate interplay" - Sigbjørn Apeland, Dag og Tid
Norwegian bassist Sigurd Hole takes you on an incredibly sound journey, playing his composition "Vindu".
Watch Part 1-5 on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/sihole1
"Beautiful and masterful" - Elvesang warmly and thoroughly reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni for Salt peanuts.
Elvesang recommended in the latest issue of The New York City Jazz Record by managing editor Laurence Donohue-Greene.
"...an album of profound beauty" 4/5
In-depth review of Elvesang by John Kelman, written for allaboutjazz.com. Excerpt below, read the whole review at