Music 2017 Global Market Expected to Grow at CAGR 5.08% and Forecast to 2021

Music Market 2017

WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On – “Music 2017 Global Market Expected to Grow at CAGR 5.08% and Forecast to 2021”.

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The analysts forecast the global music market to grow at a CAGR of 5.08% during the period 2016-2020.

Publishing, digital music, physical music copies, and concert tickets are a few primary revenue sources for the music market. The market growth is attributed to the rising number of vendors and their expanding reach in developing markets, the popularity of concerts, growing number of music schools, and prevalence of digital music formats. In 2015, the Americas accounted for the larger proportion of the market share, and the US was the chief revenue generating country.

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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global music market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated from the following segments:
• Concert tickets
• Digital music
• Physical music sales
• Music publishing

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
• Americas

The report, Global Music Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
• Kobalt Music
• Sony/ATV Music
• Universal Music
• Warner Music

Other prominent vendors
• Music streaming
• Subscription
• Music publishing
• Concert tickets

Market driver
• Increase in subscription services
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Market challenge
• Decline in sales of physical records
• For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market trend
• Growth in mobile ad spending
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Key questions answered in this report
• What will the market size be in 2020 and what will the growth rate be?
• What are the key market trends?
• What is driving this market?
• What are the challenges to market growth?
• Who are the key vendors in this market space?
• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
• What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?

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Table Of Contents – Major Key Points

PART 01: Executive summary
• Highlights

PART 02: Scope of the report
• Market overview
• Customer segments
• Base year
• Vendor segmentation
• Top-vendor offerings

PART 03: Market research methodology
• Research methodology
• Economic indicators

PART 04: Introduction
• Key market highlights

PART 05: Market landscape
• Market overview
• Product life cycle
• Market size and forecast
• Five forces analysis

PART 06: Market segmentation by product type
• Global music market by type
• Global concert tickets market
• Global digital music market
• Leading countries in digital music market
• Global physical music sales market
• Global music publishing market
• Leading countries in the global music publishing market

PART 07: Geographical segmentation
• Global music market by geography

PART 08: Market drivers

PART 09: Impact of drivers

PART 10: Market challenges

PART 11: Impact of drivers and challenges

PART 12: Market trends


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"LES BALEINES BLEUES" By Daniel Roure Jazz Songs

From the album "Le Temps d'un Jazz.DanielRoureProduction.

PARIS, FRANCE, June 2, 2017 / — Pianist, composer and vocalist in French and in English, Daniel Roure offers in his albums an inspirational Jazz experience combining elements of Cool Jazz,Vocal Jazz,Poetry,Blues,Swing and Popular Music.

Daniel Roure has an unmistakable timbre and attack incorporating Jazz Standards,Blues and French Ballads.Roure's warm voice and unforgettable swing won him an award at "Le Printemps Du Jazz" in Toulon, France.

Widely recognized in the international specialized press, his songs travel the world through the Internet and streaming radio stations and have reached more than 40 million listeners . Putumayo World Music label included the track "Les Baleines Bleues" in the compilation "Vintage France".

Through his music, Daniel Roure invites you to share his passion for jazz and his devotion to American Standards of the 40's and 50's style.

Jazz shines and finds its cultural roots in all Daniel Roure's songs .

The French lyrics are written by a talented group of authors including Jacques Roure, Christophe Marie,Iza Loris, Daniel Rossi, Nathalie Iltis,Michel Charpentier just to name a few

The album "Le Temps D'un Jazz" provides compositions and adaptations in the French style: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Cool Jazz.

2008 "French Kiss" classic jazz revisited.

"Vintage France" Putumayo World Music 2016 (collectif with Juliette Greco, Madeleine Peyroux,Art Mengo ….)

"Bar De Nuit" 2014, showcases original compositions in a very "Smoky" vocal style with the strong influence of Jazz, Gypsy Jazz or Bossa Nova.

"Blue Whales" 2014, is an english version of "Les Baleines Bleues"

"Nuit Bleue de l'Automne" 2015 NEW SINGLE !

"Je Chante" 2015 NEW SINGLE !

"French Café"2016(Collectif with Serge Gainsbourg,Georges Brassens,Barbara, Enzo Enzo…) NEW ALBUM !

By Sandra Fairbanks. Boston.2017

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Support in Discovering Talented Young Italian Jazz Musicians in Rome and Record an Album

Award-winning composer and jazz guitarist, Szabolcs Olah, has launched a crowdfunding to help him discover Jazz musicians in Rome and record an album with them

BUDAPEST, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, June 2, 2017 / — Szabolcs Olah has just finished composing a new album 'Crystal Brook' but wants to spend some time in Rome to discover some talented young Italian jazz musicians to record the album together and makes it available online and in physical CDs.

To Szabolcs Olah, music is a spiritual food for the soul which he likes to devour all the time. ‘‘I’ve always been passionate about composing music, I think I'm in my happiest mood when I’m writing a song. Music is also a spiritual practice for me, connecting with the ocean of music and ideas, mediating something through music which is unspeakable and mysterious.’’

In 2007 at Barga Jazz International Competition in Italy, Szabolcs Olah won first prize with his Hungarian Quintet. Also in the same year, while spending some time in Rome, he participated in a workshop with his favorite guitarist, Adam Rogers in the Saint Louis College of Music, and was awarded for being an outstanding guitarist.

In the year 2009, Szabolcs Olah suffered a terrible sickness which kept him away from music for three years but he didn’t allow the malady to pull him down, in 2012, he started to compose daily, and today he has over 150 songs. He recorded three albums with his Quintet and is working currently on a duo with a great pianist, Gábor Cseke. Szabolcs’s next project is to record Crystal Brook. He wants to spend some months in Rome, the magnificent city he has falling in love with to search for a bassist and a drummer that will help him in making Crystal Brook a reality. He wants to record this new album together with these musicians and also an excellent pianist, Enrico Zanisi whom he met when he was in Braga.

Crystal Brook will be a dream come true to Szabolcs Olah, and this is why he needs your help to make it happen. There will be a great reward for anyone that backs this campaign; with as little as $10 support you will receive a digital copy of the album by e-mail as soon as it has been released. For pledging $20, you will be rewarded with a dedicated copy of the CD with no shipping fee, and for anyone that helps this project with $200, a dedicated physical copy will be sent to the backer. The name of the backer will be indicated on the CD cover which will be shipped worldwide.

Szabolcs Olah has only one month left to reach the target of $20,000 flexible goal, support this talented composer and jazz guitarist on this project.

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"FRENCH KISS" By Daniel Roure Jazz Songs

PARIS, FRANCE, June 1, 2017 / — With "FRENCH KISS" new recording, Daniel ROURE,[Piano and vocal], awards of "Jazz in Toulon" France want to sing the most beautiful songs well known by every body in the world, and print his warm and deeply voice and swing surounded by the most proficient musiciens for this new CD "FRENCH KISS':Paul Pioli [Guitar],Francesco Castellani [Trombone],Fabien Giacchi [Bass],Giles Alamel [Drums],Jean François Bonnel [Sax Trumpet Clarinet],The best of swing,Daniel want just to remain these love songs for his friends.

Review: Daniel Roure, French Kiss, by Kelly O'Neil
danielrourefrenchkissThe brilliant follow up to French musician Daniel Roure’s Le Temps d’un Jazz is the romantic collection French Kiss. Once again surrounded by a bevy of immensely talented instrumentalists and fellow countrymen, not to mention Roure’s own fantastic piano skills, the familiar love songs on the album are given a French twist with amorous inflections and tight jazz synchrony.

Cole Porter’s “C’est Magnifique” features a fun and jovial aside conversation with the piano and alto saxophone as Roure sings the first half in French and the second in English. Translated “It’s Magnificent” from the 1953 musical Can-Can, the drummer does a phenomenal job of keeping a relaxed steady beat throughout the noodling instrumental solos.

“When You’re Smiling” was thrice recorded by Louis Armstrong so it is apt that award-winning musician and professor Jean François Bonnel play a clear and tasteful trumpet solo in the bridge. Francesco Castellani once again collaborates with Roure on trombone and together the brass and rhythm section produce a neat and tidy coda. Bonnel began his career as a woodwind player and lends his saxophone work to the album as well. He does however deliver absolute perfection with his clarinet solo in “Candy”. Accompanied by Roure on the keys, the range on the reed instrument is elegant and expertly played.

The true epitome of the instrumental prowess on French Kiss is evident in “Que reste t’il de nos Amours” translated “What Remains of Our Love” also written in English “I Wish You Love”. Roure opens in musing French, while Paul Pioli quietly plays guitar. Then the full jazz combo enters and numerous solos are thrown about between all involved. The entire section is well balanced and structured. The soloists play off each other’s stylistic melodies but no one ever gets flashy. It is an extremely satisfying instrumental break with drums adding a few splash cymbals among the rim hits, the saxophone refraining from sounding too garish and the trombone remaining subdued. The familiar cute ending is delightful.

Roure and his colleagues do attempt to make a unique imprint on these well-known tunes. “As Time Goes By” famously heard in the movie Casablanca is known for its reserved nonchalance, but Roure’s version is even more subdued with free form guitar lacing his quiet French accented vocals. It is an interesting take on the familiar standard.

These nuances do not work on all of the pieces on the album though. The scant abstract arrangement of “Fly Me to the Moon” is devoid of any swing resulting in an easily forgotten song. Edith Piaf’s “La vie en Rose” also fails to fully engage the listener. The romantic lyrics of “Summer Wind” famously sung by Wayne Newton and then Frank Sinatra in the 1960’s lack any vocal range or depth as Roure whispers his recitative. Once the remainder of the instruments enters, there is nothing indistinguishable about this piece than another other jazz standard.

Fabien Giacchi provides a steady walking bass to guide “These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)” with slight piano remarks peppered throughout. This andante low key number is thrown for a loop when the guitar solo plays a superfluous amount of notes that fail to complement the easy jaunt of the piano and vocals.

Romance can abound when music and French ambiances combine, however finding a perfect balance between the two takes special care. Roure and his compatriots manage to create this effect most of the time and those songs are well worth a listen.

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"NUIT BLEUE DE L'AUTOMNE" by Daniel Roure Jazz Songs

From Olivier Bernex acrylic

PARIS, FRANCE, June 1, 2017 / — Daniel Roure’s love of jazz was evident on his 2014 album, Bar de Nuit (Bar of the Night). Whether he was performing at a fast tempo or a ballad tempo, the French cabaret/chanson vocalist was consistently jazz-minded on that excellent release. And he continues to move in a jazz-minded direction on his 2016 single “Dans la Nuit Bleue.”

In French, “Dans la Nuit Bleue” means “During the Blue Night,” and this relaxed, mid-tempo offering has a bluesy, smoky jazz-noir influence that Roure sounds perfectly comfortable with. The lyrics are in French, but even those who don’t speak French will pick up on the jazz connection. The melody is clearly swing-flavored, and one hears Roure using Duke Ellington’s name, mentioning George Gershwin’s standard “Summertime” and using the English-language term “blue note.” This single demonstrates that one need not perform in English to employ an abundance of jazz imagery.

“During the Blue Night” describes a female pianist who Roure encounters in a piano bar. She is playing instrumental versions of Ellington songs on an acoustic piano; Roure requests “Summertime,” saying, “Je le chanterai pour vous” (“I would sing it for you”). Notice that Roure uses “vous” instead of “toi”; in French, “vous” is the formal “you,” while “toi” is the familiar “you.” Roure, in the song, is formal with the pianist but would like to get to know her better. And the French lyrics work perfectly well with Roure’s jazz-influenced melody.

English is the dominant language of vocal jazz and traditional pop, but the romance languages can also work really well in a jazz-minded or jazz-friendly environment. That is true when Spanish is used with Afro-Cuban jazz or Portuguese is used with the Brazilian bossa nova. And as “Dans la Nuit Bleue” shows, it is also true when French is used with jazz-influenced chanson. Indeed, there have been many examples of that over the years, from the soundtrack for the French movie Un Homme et une Femme (a Man and a Woman) in 1966 to young French singer Zaz’s exuberant swing version of the standard “Paris Sará Toujours Paris” (a gem associated with Maurice Chevalier) in 2015.

Those who enjoyed Roure’s Bar de Nuit album should have no problem at all appreciating the memorable “Dans la Nuit Bleue.”

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"BAR DE NUIT" by Daniel Roure Jazz Songs

PARIS, FRANCE, June 1, 2017 / — BAR DE NUIT – Daniel Roure. Jazz Songs
Review by Alex Henderson

French cabaret, French pop and chanson have a long and rich history, from Edith Piaf’s classic recordings of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s to the soundtrack of the 1966 film Un Homme et une Femme (A Man and a Woman). And in recent years, the chanson tradition has been kept alive by younger vocalists such as Amélie les Crayons, Coralie Clément, Camille Dalmais and Keren Ann. Some masters of chanson are from France, while others might hail from Belgium, Luxembourg or the Quebec province of Eastern Canada. Some chanson has a strong jazz influence, and there is no shortage of jazz influence on Daniel Roure’s excellent Bar de Nuit (which means Bar of the Night in French).

A veteran singer who was born in Marseille, France in 1948, Roure ( occasionally inserts English lyrics into his performances on this album. For example, a few English phrases are inserted on “Le Piano Jouait” and the Brazilian-influenced “Lily.” But those songs are mostly in French. At least 97% of the time, Roure sings in French on this album. And he has a pleasingly smoky vocal style that works well with the strong jazz influence whether he is performing at a slow, relaxed tempo on “Rien Ne Change” (“Nothing Changes”), “Un Bateau, Une Ile,” “Vous Mes Souvenirs” and “M’en Aller” or swinging passionately at a faster tempo on “Le Cirque” (“The Circus”), “Venez Ce Soir” (“Come This Evening”) and the bluesy “Arizona.” Roure is a skillful torch singer, and French lyrics serve him well when he is going for a torchy, dusky, noir-ish ambiance. But as “Le Cirque,” “Venez Ce Soir” and “Arizona” demonstrate, Roure also has a more energetic side. And on “Venez Ce Soir,” Roure gets his energy from chanson as well as from gypsy jazz. That track has an infectious swing beat, bringing to mind the gypsy jazz style that the seminal acoustic guitarist Django Reinhardt (a French speaker who was born in Belgium and lived in Paris) and his colleague, violinist Stéphane Grappelli, made popular in the 1930s.

When this album is playing, there is never any doubt that Roure’s love of jazz runs deep. On Bar de Nuit’s title track, Roure mentions the seminal alto saxophonist Charlie Parker (who, in the 1940s, brought bebop to the forefront of the jazz world). Roure also mentions Cole Porter (one of the great Tin Pan Alley composers of the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s and 1950s) on that selection, and when he is referencing those American icons, one is reminded of the impact that American culture had on French culture during the 20th Century. In fact, Roure’s publicity bio states that his musical inspirations range from French stars Yves Montant and Charles Trenet to American greats such as Nat King Cole, Dean Martin and Count Basie.

Roure employs a bossa nova beat on “Lily,” which is not unusual for a French-speaking vocalist. When the bossa nova movement exploded commercially in the early 1960s thanks to Antonio Carlos Jobim (who was exalted as “the George Gershwin of Brazil”), João & Astrud Gilberto, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, guitarist Charlie Byrd, composer/guitarist Luis Bonfá and others, a lot of French-speaking vocalists in France, Belgium and Quebec were quick to incorporate bossa nova’s influence. And the fact that many of them didn’t speak Portuguese (which is Brazil’s official language) didn’t matter. A bossa nova beat and French lyrics can work really well together; parts of the soundtrack for Un Homme et une Femme made that abundantly clearly 48 years ago, and it is abundantly clear when Roure is singing “Lily.”

From smoky ballads to uptempo swingers, Roure's vocals have a great deal of character. And those who like their French pop, French cabaret and chanson with a strong jazz influence would do well to give Bar de Nuit a close listen.

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"JE CHANTE" by Daniel Roure Jazz Songs

PARIS, FRANCE, June 1, 2017 / — "Je Chante": by Daniel Roure

In 2015, jazz singer and pianist Daniel Roure released the single, “Je Chante,” the latest in a long line of singles and albums to deliver jazz texture in the French language. Roure is joined by Christophe and Philippe Le Van on bass and drums respectively, forming a jazz trio that accomplishes a large amount in a song that’s a little over two and a half minutes.

“Je Chante” is driven by a constantly chugging, but not overly complex piano melody. The brisk pace is accompanied by a lyric that’s just as briskly delivered in Roure’s husky, but beautifully smooth voice. Christophe’s bass is simply there for rhythmic purposes, not entering the spotlight at all, and the same can be said for Philippe’s drumming. He opts for brushes instead of sticks, giving the percussion a soft, shuffling sound that doesn’t detract from the vocal.

In fact, all of the instrumentation here basically serves to be soft enough to let the lyric flow, but also maintain enough of a presence to keep the song lively and energetic. “Je Chante” accomplishes this staggeringly well. Every part is significant and memorable without being overstated. It’s the epitome of less is more with the only true “solo” of sorts being Roure’s scat singing towards the song’s end.

Regardless of whether you’re a fan of French language jazz or not, “Je Chante” is deserving of your attention. It’s actually more deserving of it if you’re not a fan of the genre because of how wonderful an introduction it can serve to this style of music. By mixing simplicity with depth and smooth vocals with a sweet lyric, Daniel Roure has constructed an absolutely charming single that any music listener can appreciate.

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"Le Temps D'un Jazz" by Daniel Roure Jazz Songs.

PARIS, FRANCE, June 1, 2017 / — Daniel Roure, Le Temps d’un Jazz
28 Aug, 2014 Kelly O'Neil

Relying on the linguistics of music as the international language is not entirely necessary to fully appreciate Daniel Roure’s Le Temps d’un Jazz. The Marseille native has been immersed in jazz and French music his entire life. It is no surprise that his composing and performing prowess feels completely natural. Roure surrounds himself with a bevy of other talented Europeans who also share his enthusiasm and profundity for jazz. Other Marseille inhabitants include bassist Fabien Giacchi and drummer Alamel Gilles, both whom demonstrate stellar abilities to keep the strictest relaxed tempos. A huge asset to Roure’s collaboration is trombonist Francesco Castellani. The Italian born horn player has exquisite tone and is extremely lyrical and versatile on his instrument. Roure provides the vocals and piano work on the album as wells as penning half the music. His brother Jacques is the lyricist and arranger.

The opening title track, loosely translated, “Time to Jazz” immediately transports the listener to a quiet outdoor café day-dreamily sipping an espresso whilst a clove cigarette smolders in an ashtray on the table. Roure imbues his warm mature voice into the easily flowing tune. His first piano solo is bright but not flashy, nicely complimenting and dancing around the melody. Guitarist Paul Pioli plays the second solo imitating Roure’s style. “J’ai Vu” or “I Saw” features well executed noodling by the piano and guitar cleanly aligning with the walking bass.

A testament to Roure’s talents is his inclusion on the Vintage France album produced by Putumayo World Music, with the song “Les Baleines Bleues” or “The Blue Whale” featuring considerable range from both the vocals and trombone. “Un Petit Bateau” or “A Small Boat” is a pictorial song where an image is musically conjured from the opening falling whistle, like a swooping bird, to the calm clear tones of the trombone elucidating open water, to the jumping melody of the tossed little boat. The piano and vocals sing the chorus in a tight staccato and is joined by the trombone in the final recapitulation.

The Roure brothers have also creatively tried their hand at arrangements of classic American Jazz Songbook compositions. Irving Berlin’s “Cheek to Cheek” is emanated in “Déjà”. The stand up bass is finally given a solo in this number. Another early 1930’s tune “Rosetta” is reworked into “Je Lis Là” where the lively influence of swing music is apparent. Roure effortlessly scats around a cute little syncopated piano ditty. He repeats this same musical idea on the ivories in “Que Faisaient Nos Professeurs” taken from “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love”. A drum solo is heard bolstering the guitar in Henry Mancini’s “The Days of Wine and Roses” in the Roure’s reworked “Sais Tu”. Ending on a high note is “Dans Les Bois” from Duke Ellington’s 1931 hit “It Don’t Mean a Thing” featuring Roure adroitly jumping around the quick familiar melody.

Le Temps d’un Jazz is a fun work of nostalgia that holds dual affinities to both jazz and world music lovers. Daniel Roure and his compatriots are an absolute joy to listen to.

Reviewers Name: Kelly O’Neil

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PharmaBro: An American Douchical!

Patrick Swailes Caldwell as Martin Shkreli

Patrick Swailes Caldwell as Martin Shkreli

Malcolm King as RZA

Malcolm King as RZA

The cast of PharmaBro

The cast of PharmaBro

The critically acclaimed Martin Shkreli musical is running Off-Broadway for 3 more weeks.

It "had me interested every step of the way… I have to recommend it."”

— Peter Filichia, Broadway Radio

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2017 / — For more information contact Lauren Gundrum
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PharmaBro: An American Douchical! is running Off-Broadway with a limited engagement, six week run at the Players Theatre from May 11th – June 18th, 2017. Formerly titled Martin Shkreli’s Game, the musical had its world premiere in July 2016 with a sold-out run at the Workshop Theatre in Midtown Manhattan, and has received critical acclaim Off-Broadway.

PharmaBro is about – you guessed it – “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli, the ex-Pharmaceuticals CEO who raised the price of Daraprim by 5000% and will be facing trial on June 26th, 2017 – eight days after the show closes.

The show satirizes Shkreli’s bizarre purchase of a certain one-of-a-kind hip-hop album, and the ensuing heist by said hip-hop group to get it back. It is a timely examination of corporate greed, the American Dream gone wrong, the influence of the media, and the importance of art. Shkreli is very much an ambassador of Trump’s America (he even pledged to release the album if Trump won, but then of course didn’t) – and this show gives the audience a chance to root against Shkreli and all that he represents, while tapping their toes to some fun, catchy tunes.
I mean, who doesn’t want to watch Shkreli ride around on a hoverboard and get his ass handed to him?

Martin Shkreli f***ed with the wrong rap group, and he’s about to get what’s coming to him: a musical heist. With ghosts. And Bill Murray.

PharmaBro: an American Douchical! is a story about corporate greed, the American Dream gone wrong, and what happens when you try to f*** with a certain hip-hop group and their pal Bill Murray.
When evil “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli raised the price of Daraprim 5000%, he became one of America’s real-life villains. Then, he did the unthinkable: purchased, hoarded, and threatened to destroy a one-of-a-kind hip-hop album that the world had been anticipating for years. Watch Martin Shkreli get what’s coming to him in “the musical heist you never knew you wanted but would DEFINITELY go see” (Yahoo Music).

Written and Produced by: Lauren Gundrum & Joel Esher
Directed by: Tyler Spicer

Performances will run May 11th – June 18th, 2017
Players Theatre, 115 Macdougal Street, New York, NY 10012
Thursdays at 8 pm
Fridays at 8 pm
Saturdays at 5 pm and 8 pm
Select Sunday matinees:
June 11th at 3 pm

Running time: 85 minutes, no intermission Tickets:

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Rock ode to joy

Jazz at heart – more than jazz

Jazz at heart – more than Jazz”

— Gustav Steinhhoff

RETHWISCH, DEUTSCHLAND, GERMANY, May 31, 2017 / — Berlin, June 1, 2017. A new Berlin song? The german band JAZZ AT HEART comes up on June 1 at the start of a hot summer with a catchy song about life in Berlin as a tolerant international town not willing to give up normal life even in times of terror. To sing and dance on the street – not only for natives in Berlin, but also for aliens from other continents and planets.

JAZZ AT HEART was founded in 2004 by Gustav Steinhoff (keyboards) and Christina Jaschkowiak (vocal), both heart physicians with empathic dedication to jazz and modern music. The band comes now up with their fifth album release "Love is the gun" involving the jazz singers Christina Jaschkowiak, Della Miles and Marie-Luise Boening as well as six top instrumentalists. Their unique musical setup puts Jazz as the frame of modern music styles. Highly original and fascinating music.

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