Stochelo & Mozes Rosenberg Quartet feat. Filippo Dall'Asta

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  • Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club

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  • Live Music
  • Tickets from £15.00 - £50.00
  • Live Music and Jazz
  • Over 12
  • Friday 24th and Saturday 25th March 2023
  • 20:30 - 23:00

PERFORMING IN LONDON FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY:

GUITAR WIZARDS AND LATEST IN LINE TO THE RENOWNED GYPSY GUITAR DYNASTY, WE ARE PROUD TO WELCOME GYPSY JAZZ ROYALTY, STOCHELO & MOZES ROSENBERG.

"Amongst the most phenomenal acoustic musicians playing on the international scene today." - Brecon Jazz

"The crème de la crème of Gypsy jazz."  - Worcester Huntingdon Hall 

Stochelo and Mozes are amongst the most phenomenal acoustic musicians playing on the international scene today.

The quartet features Italian guitarist Filippo Dall'Asta and double bassist Umberto Calentini  

The Rosenberg family, are globally known as the ‘first family’ in gypsy jazz and is in constant demand at festivals and concert halls the world over.

 

BIO:

Gypsy jazz guitarist, Stochelo Rosenberg (born 19 February 1968 in Helmond, Netherlands) is the lead guitarist of the Rosenberg Trio. He started playing guitar when he was just 13 under the tutelage of his father and uncle. At the age of 12, Stochelo was awarded the prize for best musician at a child's musical contest on Dutch television.

Stochelo formed a band with his cousins and won several contests when he was young. His musical hero is of course Django Reinhardt, though he doesn't hesitate to play jazz standards and some of pop as well - all in manouche style started by Django. In 1989 Stochelo, Nous′che and Nonnie, the third cousin, recorded their debut album Seresta. In 1991, Stochelo Trio performed at the Montreal Jazz Festival and since then has performed on some of the most reputed stages along the world's greatest musicians, including a memorable show at New York's Carnegie Hall for legendary violinist, Stephane Grapelli's 85th birthday celebration, and many other magic moments. You can even pick up some tips from his online, Gypsy Guitar Academy.

Mozes Rosenberg, Stochelo's brother, grew up around some of the greatest gypsy jazz players in the world. Like many Gypsies, he started playing guitar at an early age. He’s recorded with Stochelo and Jimmy Rosenberg, and worked with Paco de Lucia and Joe Zawinul to name but a few. 

Mozes is a sensitive, all-round player who has that undeniable Rosenberg touch. At 36 Mozes Rosenberg already has 20 years’ experience and he is one of Gypsy Swing guitar’s newest gems. A brilliant heir to the Dutch informal ‘Gypsy guitar academy’, Mozes has achieved the development of his own voice despite the obvious connection to Stochelo Rosenberg’s legacy. A master of every modern guitar player’s skills (arpeggio, chord, and single note playing), Mozes illustrates himself with long, floating and sharp choruses, sometimes acrobatic, always remarkably formed and musical. If he occasionally blows proper musical torpedoes, he also knows that poetry lies in gentleness.” 

Filippo Dall’Asta is an Italian Gypsy jazz guitarist, composer, bandleader and arranger, mixing the sounds of Gypsy jazz with bebop and classical music, to forge his own style of progressive guitar playing. Filippo began playing at the age of 5 in Parma, Italy, and  studied music in his native country as well as Germany, France, Holland and India. In 2010, at the age of 23, he arrived in the UK. He has toured and recorded with hundreds of artists such as Mozes Rosenberg, Lollo Meier, Giacomo Smith, John Wheatcroft, Duved Dunajevsky, Rares Morarescu, Gypsy Dynamite, Harp Bazaar, Tara Minton (Björk), Mehboob Nadeem, The Onironauts and many more. His touring resume covers Germany, India, Italy, France, Spain, England, Malta and Russia, with notable appearances at The Royal Albert Hall, the House of Parliament, the Tower of London, the Union Chapel, and many festivals in France and Italy.

Filippo released his first solo album in December 2018: The album was praised as "one of the best instrumental albums of 2018" by LA Music Critic Awards.

In 2020, for his side project "Gypsy Dynamite", Filippo released an album of 10 original songs fusing Gypsy Jazz, Bebop, Latin and Mediterranean melodies.The album received several rave reviews amongst which "An irresistible and unforgettable charm"  by Jazz Journal UK. Filippo is currently working on his next album, which will be released 2023

 

THE BAND:

Stochelo Rosenberg - Guitar

Mozes Rosenberg – Guitar  

Filippo Dall'Asta - Guitar

Umberto Calentini - Double Bass




Offers

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Tickets/Times

Ticket Event time Cost
1st Release

Doors Open An Hour Before The Show

20:30 - 23:00 £40.00
2nd Release

Doors Open An Hour Before The Show

20:30 - 23:00 £45.00
Final Release

Doors Open An Hour Before The Show

20:30 - 23:00 £50.00
Online Stream: Live OR On Demand

Friday 24th March 2023


Watch LIVE or ON DEMAND

via Private YouTube Link


PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Live Stream" ticket for you to watch our performance from your home. This is not a ticket to attend the performance in person.

20:30 - 23:00 £15.00
Online Stream: Live OR On Demand

Saturday 25th March 2023


Watch LIVE or ON DEMAND

via Private YouTube Link


PLEASE NOTE: This is a "Live Stream" ticket for you to watch our performance from your home. This is not a ticket to attend the performance in person.

20:30 - 23:00 £15.00

Location

Address

Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club, 140 Newington Butts, SE11 4RN

Organiser

Toulouse Lautrec
Paying tribute to one of France's most flamboyant artists, Toulouse Lautrec is an intimate Brasserie & Wine Bar in Kennington, South London. Brimming with the bohemian charm of the Parisian jazz bars of a bygone era. The venue is rapidly becoming one of London's finest live music venue providing quality live music from Jazz to Soul Funk, from French Chansons to Latin Salsa.

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1) Admission tickets are non-refundable within 72 Hours of the event as standard.
2) Live Stream tickets are not eligible for refunds. Your live stream can be viewed at a later time if you are unable to watch it live.
3) If you are unable to attend you are welcome to transfer them to a friend in your name.
4) Please check your tickets are correct for the event you are attending as changes cannot be made
5) On busy nights small groups of 1-2 people may be required to share your table with one other small group.
6) Seating is unreserved and on a 1st come, 1st served basis; please arrive early if you have a preference.
7) Once the performance has begun, we reserve the right to fill any empty seats with people who are on our waiting list or at the door. Late arrivals will still be permitted however you may be asked to stand at the back until seating can be provided at such time.
8) Certain events require a non-talking or quiet audience. You may be asked to leave or move to the outdoor terrace should you wish to talk to avoid disrupting the experience of our other attendees.
9) Video Recording & Photography is encouraged. Please refrain from using flashes or strong lights as they risk harming our performers.
10) Attendees under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult unless the event is strictly for over 18.
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