Zurich Jazz Orchestra

Best of: Arranging Jazz

Time-travelling along the art of Jazz arrangement

Ed Partyka RegieAndy Schofield SaxophonLukas Heuss SaxophonToni Bechtold SaxophonTobias Pfister SaxophonDaniel Affentranger SaxophonPatrick Ottiger TrumpetWolfang Häuptli TrumpetBernhard Schoch TrumpetRaphael Kalt TrumpetDaniel Schenker TrumpetAdrian Weber TromboneRené Mosele TromboneBernhard Bamert TromboneJonas Inglin TromboneTheo Kapilidis GuitarGregor Müller PianoPatrick Sommer BassPius Baschnagel Drum Kit
The art of jazz arranging has been around for 100 years. The Zurich Jazz Orchestra will trace the development of this art form for big band - a best-of program as a look back at our season theme The Art of Arranging. The journey begins in the 1920s, continues with the swing and big band era of the 1930s and 1940s and leads into the post-war period. Influential arrangers such as Bob Brookmeyer, Gil Evans, Carla Bley, Billy Strayhorn, George Gruntz and Mathias Rüegg will be in the spotlight and show how "The Art of Arranging" has developed over the past 50 years.

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