The third release of Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester has just been recorded in ‘The Village’, Copenhagen.
It will be released on Ilk in April 2015.
The first release from Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester received a Danish Music Award as best crossover-jazz release in 2012, and the second release, ‘Se kunsten med nye ører’ (‘Lend art your ear’) was awarded by The Danish Arts Foundation in 2013 as one of that years most extraordinary releases.
Jakob Davidsen has been accepted as a new member of the acclaimed Danish label/collective, Ilk.
ILK is a group of 22 musicians from the danish music scene who has joined forces to release original quality music. ILK is a free spirited label reflecting the incomparable and vibrant scene in Copenhagen. ILK represents new music, hybrids, avant-, improv- and jazz- related sounds by artists hailed as innovators on an international scale.This group of musicians, that in recent years has made a heavy impact on the scene in Denmark, has gathered to make the growing new music more visible and available, also outside Denmark. Musical necessity, collective responsibility and inspiration from all past and present genres are key issues, shared by the ILK ́s.
4th of July 6pm Hasse Poulsen/Jakob Davidsen/Torben Snekkestad at 5e
Slagtehusgade 5e, Copenhagen
7th of July 3pm Hasse Poulsen/Jakob Davidsen/Torben Snekkestad at Skuespilshusets Foyer, Royal Theatre
7th of July 9.30pm Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Trio feat. Peter Fuglsang and Lars Andreas Haug at Kvarterhuset, Jemtelandsgade 3, Copenhagen
8th of July 10pm Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester, Litteraturhaus, Møllegade, Copenhagen
Every year The Danish Arts Foundation awards 8 Danish music-releases, which they find extraordinary.This year Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkesters release ‘Se kunsten med nye ører’ (‘Lend art your ear’) was among the selected artists.
On ‘Se kunsten med nye ører’ Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester interprets selected pieces of art from J. F. Willumsens Museum and The National Gallery of Denmark.
We humbly thank The Danish Arts Foundation.
As last years winners of the catogory “Best Crossoverjazz release” Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester was invited to play at Danish Music Awards Jazz 2013. This took place on the 24th of November 2013 in a fully packed Aveny-T, Copenhagen.
New release from Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester
‘Se kunsten med nye ører’, or ‘Lend art your ear’, is the second release from Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester, and the follower to the first Danish Music Award winning CD from 2011.
ʻLend art your earʼ is a project where Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester interprets art. It can be paintings, sculptures, installations, or rooms, and the music can be written-through, lightly sketched, or totally improvised, all according to what the specific piece of art requires. On this release there are artistic reflections originating from two projects at The J. F. Willumsen Museum in Frederikssund, Denmark, and the National Gallery of Denmark in Copenhagen. And then finally a fantasy on Asger Jorns ʻStalingradʼ from Museum Jorn in Silkeborg.
The release can only be bought digitally on itunes and other platforms.
Christian Munch-Hansen, critic at the daily, Danish newspaper ‘Politiken’, has made a list of his 10 favorite Jazz-CD’s of 2012. Among the CD’s on this list you will find Keith Jarrett, Das Kapital and Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester. Thanks a lot!
You can see the list here:
Saturday the 24th of November 2012 Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester won a Danish Music Award as best crossover jazz release of the year.
We are proud and send our warmest thanks for the prize and all the kind greetings people have been giving us!
Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester has received a nomination at Danish Music Awards 2012 in the category: Best Crossover Jazz-cd.
We humbly send our gratitude!
Jakob Davidsens Kammerat Orkester will play three concerts i Paris in October 2012:
Sat. the 20th of October, 9pm at Maison du Danemark, 142 avenue des Champs-Èlysées. As a part of Jazz.dk
Sun. the 21th of October, 1pm at Frederikskirken, 17 rue Lord Byron.
Tues. the 23rd of October, 7pm at CIM, ecole de Jazz.
Line-up: Peter Fuglsang -clarinet, Jakob Munck -horns, Daniel Herskedal -tuba, John Ehde -cello, Jakob Davidsen -piano & Francois Merville (only 20th and 23rd) -drums.