Saturday Live: Oslo Djangoclub – Morten Stang Koppang
Oslo Djangoclub – Morten Stang Koppang
Django Reinhardt was the first “guitar hero” in improvised music. He is still a big inspiration for musicians in all genres. Touché Monet will honor the guitar virtuoso with a 10-show long concert series at Smelteverket, which will go on into 2019.
This time the band will feature the horn-player Morten Stang Koppang. He is a well known trumpet player who will play valve trombone on this concert. He has a great name in the Norwegian jazz scene, and has his background from the jazz conservatory in Trondheim.
Touché Monet is an exiting young Gypsy Jazz band with recognition as the one of the top groups in this genre in their home country. in 2018 group released their 4th album, Mosaic, on Hot Club Records, which the world´s largest and most influential record label in Gypsy Jazz. The groups debut album, “Touché”, from 2013 was highly reviewed by NRK – the national Norwegian broadcaster, with the groups originality said to be nothing less than moving.
17:00 - 20:00
Smelteverket, the cellar at Mathallen
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