Monday, 19 September 2011

Harmonic Jazz Festival: Arve/Dreams of Tall Buildings




Norwegian trumpet player Arve Henriksen has a unique voice on his instrument. He is capable of producing everything from ethereal, flute-like tones to guttural rasps in an ever-changing soundscape.

This project with duo Justin Wiggan (Roadside Picnic) and Darren Joyce (Modified Toy Orchestra) was first created for their album Rope/Drowning The Heart Sounds Is Heard Again.

This will be their first live performance together of brand new music created for Harmonic.

“Like Stan Getz stabbing Miles Davis in a floatation tank!”

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