Budapest, Liszt Academy, Grand Hall
Ferenc Snétberger (guitar), Markus Stockhausen (trumpet), Arild Andersen (double bass), Paolo Vinaccia (drums)
Oktober 13, 2019 (Sonntag) | 19:30
Four masters of their art have joined to form the Quartet JOYOSA. With natural ease they bring together choice compositions, technical highlights,
improvisational drive and musical fantasy of the highest order. A live concert of this trio is an unforgettable experience.
Crossing the borders between jazz, classical, world music, bossa nova and more, JOYOSA presents a new amalgamation of today's sounds – utterly elegant, full of joy and vibrating with vitality.

Markus Stockhausen, son of classical composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, started his stage career at the age of fou. An experienced trumpeter in both classical and jazz contexts
(e.g. with Ralph Towner, Gianluigi Trovesi), he approaches improvisation with a maximum of technique reaching for unmatched melodic invention.

Hungarian-born guitarist Ferenc Snétberger is among today's outstanding players on his instrument. Going for a synthesis of flamenco, classical music, jazz and samba, he melts all these influences into a very personal style full of surprise, wonder and emotion.

One of the world's leading jazz bassists, Norwegian Arild Andersen has recorded dozens of great albums as a leader and sideman, e.g. with Jan Garbarek, Kenny Wheeler, Bill Frisell, Nana Vasconcelos or Don Cherry.

Italian-born Paolo Vinaccia has been living in Norway for 35 years and is a household name on the most creative Scandinavian improvisers scene. His imaginative and colorful playing could be heard with Nils Petter Molvaer, Bugge Wesseltoft, Terje Rypdal, Palle Mikkelborg and others.

The critics wrote:
"A strike of luck. No shrill notes but full of suspense. This is chamber jazz of the highest level. – Jazz thing

"A deepness and complexity that could not be more suspenseful. A dream of music, an album of quiet superlatives." –

"Chamber jazz with soul." – Stereoplay
"This music reaches the listeners' hearts without a detour." – Concerto
"Give us more of these refined sounds!" – Jazz Podium

3 900, 4 900, 5 900, 6 900 Ft
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