The Blessed Beat


David Kollar - guitar
Simone Cavina - drums, electronics
Paolo Raineri - trumpet

czwartek, 10 listopad, 2016 - 21:00
20/15 PLN

The Blessed beat has got nomination for the best jazz album of the year
on Radio Head awards 2016.
Band played as opening act of Toni Levin Stickem.

Band of three young generations artists who collaborated with musicians
like Eivind Aarset, Bjorn Charles Dreyer, Berserk, Gergo Borlai, Lenka
Dusilova, Tadeusz Sudnik, Pat Mastelotto from King Crimson.

Slovakian guitarist and composer David Kollar has released nine expansive
albums, scored 18 films and worked on many multimedia projects. His last
recording, 2013’sThe Son, an atmospheric, emotionally-charged effort,
received accolades from Guitar Moderne, France’s A Decovrir Absolument and
the Czech and Slovak Radio Head awards. He’s also worked with Eivind
Aarset, Gergo Borlai, Bjorn Charles Dreyer and Lenka Dusilová.

Trumpeter Paolo Raineri takes his instrument and processes it in real-time
to create ethereal, otherworldly sounds. The Italian musician combines
Scandinavian nu-jazz influences with psychedelic rock, experimental and
free improvisation in his award-winning Junkfood 4tet. In addition, he’s
performed with Stefano Battaglia, Berserk!, The Blessed Beat, Baustelle,
Calibro 35, Nada, Enrico Gabrielli and Tommaso Colliva.

Due to his versatility, Italian drummer Simone Cavina plays with many
different musical projects, ranging from radical improvisation to avant
rock, through jazz, funk and songwriting. His musical research is leading
him through electroacustic and electronic music, allowing him to enlarge
his musical inspiration and his drumming style in brand new territories. He
played and collaborated, among others, with Junkfood 4et, Berserk, Yuppie
Flu, Iosonouncane, Incident on South Street, Stefano Battaglia, Luisa
Cottifogli, Mauro Patricelli.