Jazz that gets under your skin – and that's been captured for eternity.
That's the quintessence of this virtually private gig held by jazz trumpeter and singer Till Brönner and his top-caliber musician friends Bruno Müller (guitar), Roberto Di Gioia (piano, keyboards), Christian van Kaphengst (bass), Roland Peil (percussion), David Haynes (drums), Samon Kawamura (turntables), Kim Sanders and Lan Nonneman (vocals), Dana Anka and Rebecca Thürmer (violin), Daniela Crisan (viola) and Phoebe Scott (cello).
Produced with the highest image and sound quality the recordings faithfully reflect the unique aesthetics and sophistication of the music of Till Brönner and his band. Till Brönner – A Night in Berlin is a musical treat of the highest order. The viewer takes part in an authentic, vibrantly emotional event and makes experiences that would never be possible in a live concert: up close to jazz giant Till Brönner, the viewer can literally feel the enthusiasm and spirit that make Brönner's music so unforgettable.
In his exclusive, 72-minute-long concert, Till Brönner presents original pieces and cover songs that he has newly arranged and is recording for the first time with band and strings. With its outstanding acoustics, Berlin's Teldex Studios offer the perfect backdrop for this long-awaited recording. Thanks to the clean visual design and long, calm shots, the viewer can focus on the essentials: the musicians and the expression of their emotions in the creative act of music-making. Viewers have the impression that the virtuoso jazz masters are playing for them alone.
Benoît Dunoyer de Segonzac (bass) - André Arpino (drums)