Happenings and Note present this very special night in the wonderful Fumbally Cafe. An internationally acclaimed musical act like no other.
€25 for food and music. On sale now at the Fumbally
Fumbally delights at 7.30 and music from 8.30. More on food to follow soon, but as always the Fuballers are looking to create a very appropriate dish that will blow the taste sense into another dimension!
And after having experienced these guys, all senses will have been re-adjusted, realigned and life will quite simply never be the same again!!
Ernst Reijseger – Cello Harmen Fraanje – Piano Mola Sylla – Vocals, M’bira, Xalam, Kongoma
This trio creates personal music, evoking strong reactions of audiences. Like spiritual maybe, played by an atheist, a vegetarian and a mussel man. The musicians all contribute with original compositions. Their different backgrounds and individual vocabulary connect miraculously natural. Reijseger, Fraanje and Sylla got to know each other well over the past years and shared many adventures, both as a performing trio as in other projects, such as film scores for Werner Herzog’s ‘My Son My Son What Have Ye Done’ and ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams’. Playing together became addictive.
When producer Stefan Winter asked Reijseger what project he wanted to record next, Reijseger said: “This trio is it, because I have found, completely by coincidence, this great pianist and this angel of a singer, that make me play differently and vice versa times three. It is a living organism, this trio. Not a concept. In fact its concepts change all the time. New approaches occur and are recognized by its members. No democracy, but sensitive cooperation.”
The concerts and soon to be released live-to-two-track recording reflect this approach. The trio plays ‘readings’ of their material. This means that the form occurs while performing. No structure is set beforehand. The trio rehearses just options and practices in communicating musically. This clears the way for surprising music with heartfelt expression.