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Working Title (Germany)

March 1, 2020

[working title] is a drum-led piano trio, featuring the playful and eccentric compositions of german-born, london/new delhi-based, drummer david soin tappeser.

interweaving snippets from his extensive travels - mexican grooves with ethiopian harmonies, American folk tunes with bhangra or bebop with bhangra - the trio’s sound emanates beyond genre or cultural specificity, infinite, indefinite and open to interpretation.

embracing the intimacy and flexibility of the traditional piano trio format, the group’s game is highly interactive, collaborative and - above all - improvisation-driven.

[working title] is nomadic.

After appearances in india, france, the u.k. and mexico last year, it’ll next pitch its tent back in india in late february/early march 2020, featuring mexican pianist gustavo mezo and british upright bass player theo malka-wishart. the release of their first ep is planned for the spring 2020.

david soin tappeser

is a german-born, london/new delhi-based jazz drummer and composer. his practice primarily revolves around cross-cultural experimentation, performance and improvisation. he draws much of his inspiration from his extensive travels, having lived and studied over the past couple of decades in germany, india, mexico, france, nepal and the uk. past and present collaborators include camille bertault, himali singh soin, mark alban lotz and sanjay divecha.

gustavo mezo

is quickly becoming one of the most exciting young jazz pianists of mexican origin. having grown up between mexico city and paris, his playing and composition exude a unique and blend of different musical and cultural influences. he has studied with with christopher culpo, manuel rocheman and rick margitza at the american school of modern music (imep) and performed in many of europe’s and latin america’s most prestigious jazz venues.

theo malka-wishart

is one of the most sought-after young bass players on the london jazz scene. having studied closely with bass aficionado yaron stavi, he brings a deep and historical understanding of his instrument to his playing. In addition to his own jazz projects, he hosts an experimental weekly jam session in london’s vibrant east end and is part of a number of different ensembles including renowned klezmer group oysland.

Schedule

  • 28 Feb'20

    Sungazer (USA)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 28 Feb'20

    Okan (Canada)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 28 Feb'20

    Nikhita Gandhi (India)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 28 Feb'20

    Bianca Gismonti Trio (Brazil)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 29 Feb'20

    João Bittencourt (Brazil)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 29 Feb'20

    Dhruv Visvanath (India)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 29 Feb'20

    Shubh Saran (USA)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 29 Feb'20

    Soulmate (India)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 1Mar'20

    Working Title (Germany)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 1 Mar'20

    Sanjeeta Bhattacharya (India)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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  • 1 Mar'20

    Kirk MacDonald (Canada)

    venue Central Park, Jaipur

    time
    6.30pm

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