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Dzisiaj, w czwartek (13.09) o godz. 20:30 zapraszamy na nieco inne dzwieki do “Pardon, To Tu” – zespol z Niemiec – 

MR. EART

w skladzie


marcel krömker – bass and vocals

flor corallini – vocals

marek kadziella – guitar

cesar latorre – keys 

benni wellenbeck – drums 

Opis dostalismy w jezyku angielskim, mamy nadzieje ze nie bedzie to naszym gosciom przeszkadzac 🙂

Marcel Krömker, who is the bandleader, bassplayer and second singer of mr eart worked and works with different artists, styles and genres of music between jazz, pop, rock and folk. Jazz Giants like Nils Landgreen and Nils Wogram are as important in his Biography as producers like Andy Jung (Seed, Blackmail) and Jahn Yensin (Broken Social Scene, Guano Apes). He combines these different influences into his compositions and adaptations adn chose for the new set up of the band the most experienced and qualified musicians of this generation.

Marcel was invited by the National Youth Orchestra and BuJazzo. He received two first prizes and several prizes at Youth Jazz Competition and a first prize at the famous Youth Music Competition, between 1999 and 2001. Lessons with David Friedman, as well as Masterclasses among others with Bobby McFerrin, John Rocco, Joey Baron, Kenny Werner, John Scofield, Terry Lynn Carington, Richard Bona and the bassists Drew Gress, Mike Richmond (Miles Davis), Martin Wind (Pat Metheny) and John Clayton (Count Basie) followed during his studies at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and the Jazz Institute Berlin.

Some of his musical highlights are: concerts with Nils Landgreen, Toni Lakatosh, Tino Derado, Changuito (9 Grammy-awards), Pernell Saturnino, Michael Moore, Jasper Blom, Leni Stern. Between 2007 and 2011 he took part in numerous tours and record releases a.o. by Traumton, ACT and Laika with Pär Lammers Trio, Chris Gall Trio feat. Enik, Ed Kröger Quintet, Mr. EART. Marcel Krömker was performing all over the world in 24 countries of Europe, China, Korea, UAE, Africa/Marocco, South America and the United States.

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