MOSÏK plays world jazz based on the ideas of the forgotten German music philosopher Trude Tulpenthal. In times of increasing acoustic distraction and musical randomness, the project goes on the trail of this fictional character whose lifelong objective was to seek after intersections between established traditions and contemporary experiments in music. Currently, MOSÏK concentrates primarily on the main subject of Thulpenthals’s early research, the so-called »Jazz Manouche« or »Gypsy Jazz«, whose pioneer Django Reinhardt (1910–1953) is also known as the founder of a first distinct jazz genre from Europe. The quartet is a group of musicians from Halle (Saale) and Leipzig, Germany, and, in addition to its regular concerts, is often booked for private parties and corporate events.
»Music at the highest level« – hotclubnews.de
Willing to teach
Intermediate to advanced