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Today we are going on a wild nature trip, from the modern Scandinavian island sound of Uummannaq at the Bflat to the beautiful dark classic jazz variations of Händel's Water Music at Brotfabrik. It's all going to happen in Berlin, but in very different corners of the city, some of which you may never heard of. And finally, with a pink and purple cocktail at an old school bar, I will host a Jazzy Berlin kind of mini jam.


Jazzy for the weekend: 



Skyline Sun - Modern Jazz, Funk and Groove

Today Friday 20:00 at Art Stalker

Skyline Sun is the new project of Jarrah Dhyan, who lives in Berlin and was born in Sydney. This project captures the lifestyle of the many cultures he has traveled and experienced. Inspired by funk, dance, jazz fusion and the sound of Yussef Dayes and Kamaal Williams.

Listen to Isolation

*Entry on Facebook costs 12€ and on the official site 17.5€, so you know where to go 

Info here 


Argentinian Folklore Jazz

Lucas Dorado & Yacarandá

Today Friday 20:00 at Bflat Jazz club

The band leader and vibraphonist Lucas Dorado harmonizes Argentinian folklore with new jazzy colours. After listening to this, I can describe it as a very airy fresh sound of a summer afternoon. Here is a sample:

Listen to Lunecer 

More info here



Kammerjazz Kollektiv

Monday 20.00 at the Brotfabrik

Not for the weekend but a nice way to open the week with this classic Jazz collective. Founded in 2015 in Berlin, the chamber jazz collective has been expanding the interfaces between jazz, classical and Latin American music. Bach polyphony and Afro-Cuban syncopation, open improvisation, but above all when you listen to it, it sounds like everything is going to be ok. 


Listen to Canto 

also I really enjoyed this too Variations on Handel's Water Music

 More info here



Modern Scandinavien Jazz

Kenneth Dahl Knudsen Band

Two dates: 23/24.10 at the Bflat Jazz club


Kenneth Dahl Knudsen's new album "Uummat" is a massive artistic statement, both in terms of the complex compositions and the outstanding musical performances of a diverse ensemble of musicians. From jazz and classical music, bass player Knudsen worked on the west Greenland island of Uummannaq and was exposed to the vast, calm and impressive natural environment that was the first catalyst for his new series of compositions. 


Listen to "Uummat" here

More info here 


Jazzy Berlin Concerts:

Next week I will be hosting duos at the Hat Bar on Tuesday and Thursday, for a really nice and cozy Jazz nacht. Catch me drinking that fluffy purple cocktail. 

Keep it Jazzy hot.

Avi Albers Ben Chamo 
Jazzy Berlin founder 
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