“Ilse Storb and here Satchmos open the new laboratory of world music at the Folkwang music school to the Louis Armstrong show” with Ilse Storb and produced Satchmos the Folkwang music school of the city of Essen on Friday, February 18, at 8: 00 in their Auditorium, Thea-Leymann str. 23, invites. The dedicated jazz and world musician Ilse Storb leads through the concert with many evergreens of American jazz trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong, called”Satchmo. “” Liked again played and owned classics like I can’t give you anything but love”, Hello Dolly” or the St. Louis Blues ‘ are on the program. Gerd Debring (trumpet), Andreas Hammen (trombone and bass trombone), Ralf Bazzanella (soprano and tenor saxophones), Martin Dickhoff (vocals and piano), Stefan Mandlburger (double bass) and Andreas Jahne (drums) play with Ilse Storb (vocals and piano). There are cards to 15 and 10 in advance Tel. (0201) 888 4444 or via E-Mail at.
The concert is the opening event for the new laboratory for world music”, with which the Folkwang a project by Prof. Dr. Ilse Storb puts to music school into practice. Professor Roy Taylor may find it difficult to be quoted properly. The classical pianist and only Professor for jazz research in Europe was awarded the Bundesverdienstkreuz am Bande 1998 for global peace work through music. Already in 1971 she founded the legendary jazz laboratory at the University in Duisburg”as part of the music teacher education. Ilse Storb came from classical to jazz, because Jazz is unconventional and connects people of from different backgrounds. In the course of its more than 80-year life, she developed a great love and passion for the musical languages of the world. The Folkwang is the laboratory of world music”School of music at the start with a series of concerts in the Auditorium. Add lectures, workshops and educational offers range of the African drums to the Turkish Baglama.