Talibam! + Silke Eberhard & Nikolaus Neuser

May 18 – 26, 2019 on TOUR : TALIBAM! (MATT MOTTEL, KEVIN SHEA) with SILKE EBERHARD & NIKOLAUS NEUSER :

18 Bielefeld, Bunker Ulmenwall
19 Amsterdam
20 Hannover, Kulturpalast
21 Dresden, Tonne
22 Jena
23 Berlin Recording
24 Wiesbaden, Rudersport
25 Essen, Zeche Carl
26 Köln, Stadtgarten

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Potsa Lotsa ´XL´

Potsa Lotsa has become bigger (again): It has grown from the wind quartet to the septet “Potsa Lotsa Plus”, and now on Tentett “XL” size = POTSA LOTSA XL. The XL version is, after an exciting trip into electronic world, again an acoustic jazz band. The group will premiere the new original pieces at Musikinstrumentenmuseum in Berlin on June 28, 2018.

Silke Eberhard (altosax, composition)
Jürgen Kupke (clarinet)
Patrick Braun (tenorsax, clarinet)
Nikolaus Neuser (trumpet)
Gerhard Gschlößl (trombone)
Johannes Fink (cello)
Taiko Saito (vibraphon)
Antonis Anissegos (piano)
Igor Spallati (bass)
Kay Lübke (drums)36368810_2084770418464412_2948580376819269632_nFoto: (c) Photomusix/C. Marx

Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik

GERMAN RECORD CRITICS AWARD
The CD of the Silke Eberhard-Trio with Jan Roder and Kay Lübke has been awarded the German Record Critics Award (Bestenliste 4/2017).
Die CD des Silke Eberhard-Trios mit Jan Roder und Kay Lübke ist mit dem Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik (Bestenliste 4/2017) ausgezeichnet worden.
Jurymitglied Bert Noglki schreibt in der Begründung: “Das Album gleicht einer Einladung in das imaginäre Gasthaus, das sich die Berliner Altsaxophonistin und Bassklarinettistin Silke Eberhard beim Schreiben der Stücke vorstellte – ein Ort, an dem die moderne Jazztradition im Raum schwebt und im gemeinschaftlichen Spiel neu ausgeformt wird. Dabei sind die Fenster weit geöffnet, so dass sich bei allen Reminiszenzen an die Geschichte dieser Musik ein beglückendes Gefühl von Freiheit einstellt. Jan Roder am Kontrabass und Kay Lübke am Schlagzeug weben ein spannendes Beziehungsgeflecht und treten als Gesprächspartner der Bandleaderin wie auch selbst als Solisten hervor, so dass ein vielfältig ausdifferenzierter Trioklang entsteht, der sehr eigen ist und zugleich vertraut anmutet.”

SILKE EBERHARD TRIO. THE BEING INN.
Silke Eberhard: Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Jan Roder: Bass, Kay Lübke: Drums. Intakt CD 280 / 2017

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Sydney

just back from a great week at the Sydney international women´s jazz festival – together with the with the Sydney women’s jazz collective we performed my new compositions for Tentett + 1. Also played in a quintet with Sandy Evans, Andrea Keller, James Waples and Stephen Elphick.

new Trio CD on INTAKT Records

SILKE EBERHARD TRIO w Jan Roder and Kay Lübke. THE BEING INN, release in June on INTAKT RECORDS,
INTAKT CD 280
I am happy to announce that my new trio album will be released this June on INTAKT Records. It´s the trio´s third album, and it is also the celebration of 10 years of the Ensemble.
“Eberhard and company make conceptual leap on the album, with many of the pieces tied to the titular concept – an imaginary inn the saxophonist pictured as she composed numerous tunes.” (Peter Margasak from the liner notes)

LIVE : please keep an eye on the live-page, where you´ll find all our concerts. Some more shows shortly will be announced.

Chicago

Back in Berlin after a great week at Elastic Arts in Chicago as artist in residence as part of the Exposure series. Played improvised sets with the incredible Jim Baker, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Dave Rempis, Kent Kessler, Mike Reed. Also performed new composed and newly arranged music for the octet w Macie Stewart, Katherine Young, Josh Berman, Jason Stein, Paul Giallorenzo, Jason Roebke, Phil Sudderberg. Thanks so much everyone for your great musician and friendship!! Thank you Goethe Institut Chicago!! Workshop on free improvisation was totally fun, too. As well as the interview at Radio WNUR. You play the right music. Heard great concerts of Hamid Drake, Jason Adasiewcz, Josh Abrams at Constellation and happening organ quartet of Ted Sirota at the green mill. And the tuesday night jamsession at the Hungry Brain with master of ceremony Greg Ward. Fun hangs and conversations. And not to forget this amazing hallway at Elastic. You wouldn´t believe it really exists. Love, x Silke
Foto by Matt Piet