PHOTO: © David Enhco (© Maxime de Bollivier)


In the organizer's words:

Works from the current album "Family Tree"

In both classical music and jazz, the quartet is considered the perfect genre for playing together. The string quartet for the former, the line-up with trumpet (or saxophone), piano, double bass and drums for the latter genre. French trumpeter David Enhco is very familiar with both due to his training. But since 2010, as co-founder of The Amazing Keystone Big Band, jazz has gained the upper hand for him. But with the "Family Tree" project, his jazz quartet now meets one of the best French string quartets, Quatuor Voce, as well as top-class guest musicians. And it is no coincidence that the title suggests a family project, as the trumpeter has entrusted his brother, pianist Thomas Enhco, with the arrangements of jazz and pop standards as well as classical works by Francis Poulenc and Claudio Monteverdi and his own compositions. His partner, Lydia Shelley, is involved in the quartet as a cellist, as is his mother, the singer Caroline Casadesus. The resulting sound experience combines the best of two musical worlds and is therefore not least a tribute to his stepfather and mentor, jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, who died in 2018 - Chapeau!

David Enhco Quartet
Quatuor Voce

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Price information:

Tickets € 40 / 30 / 20 (20% discount)


Die Glocke Domsheide 4-5 28195 Bremen

Organizer | Festival

Musikfest Bremen
Musikfest Bremen Domsheide 3 28195 Bremen

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