The 8th OCT-LOFT Jazz Festival
2018.10.9 - 2018.10.21
当晚票价 Fare for the night：
预售 Presale￥150 ；现场 At Door ￥180
第一场 First Set 19:00 - 20:00 > Alexey Kruglov/Jaak Sooäär四重奏 Alexey Kruglov/Jaak Sooäär Quartet
第二场 Second Set 20:20 - 21:20 > RS5pb
第三场 Third Set 21:40 - 22:40 > 节中节即兴大联盟 FIF Improvisation Union
官方购票链接 Ticketing: https://b10live.taobao.com/
00:00 当晚预售截止 Presale Closed→18:00 现场售票/兑票 Doors Open→18:30 观众入场 Admittance
Alexey Kruglov / Jaak Sooäär四重奏
Alexey Kruglov / Jaak Sooäär Quartet
俄罗斯 Russia / 爱沙尼亚 Estonia / 瑞典 Sweden
2018.10.14 19:00 - 20:00
华侨城创意文化园北区B10现场 B10 Live, North District of OCT-LOFT
Alexey Kruglov - 萨克斯 Saxophones
Jaak Sooäär - 电吉他 Electric Guitar
Mihkel Mälgand - 贝斯 Bass
Tanel Ruben - 鼓 Drums
The Russian saxophone whizz-kid Alexey Kruglov unite forces with the best Estonian jazz trio lead by Jaak Sooäär, bring us the most exciting sound from Eastern European jazz based on the works of legendary 19th century Russian composers.
Alexey Kruglov, who has been dubbed as “the future of jazz” by the British magazine Jazzwise, is the member of the new Ganelin Trio and performed with Vyacheslav (Slava) Ganelin(honored as the "Father of Russian New Music") in the 4th OCT-LOFT Jazz Festival.
Jaak Sooäär (b. 1972) was born in Tallinn, Estonia. He has been teaching the guitar and ensemble at the Jazz Music Department of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre since 2001, and was nominated a professor in 2010.In 2004, he established Estonian Jazz Union which has since then very successfully promoted jazz in Estonia and Estonian jazz abroad.
The Alexey Kruglov-Jaak Sooäär Quartet was established in April 2010. The final concert of their first tour in Estonia was recorded and became an album Karate released by renowned British label Leo Records. Since then the quartet has performed numerously in the Russia, Estonia and Finland (also at Jazzkaar Festival, IDee Jazz Festival, Arkhangelsk Jazz Festival, Yaroslavl Jazz Festival, Sõru Jazz etc.). The last album of the quartet The Mighty Five consists of masterpieces by legendary 19th century Russian composers Mussorgsky (three parts from “Pictures At An Exhibition”), Rimsky-Korsakov (“Scheherazade” and “Flight of The Bumblebee”), Borodin (two numbers from opera “Prince Igor”) and Balakirev (“Nocturne In F-sharp Minor”). The original harmonies and forms of these known pieces is a very inspirational material for today’s jazz improvisation – originally extremely strong melodies sound very well in the context of today’s sound.