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Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin at Smida Jazz Festival at Smida Park

Smida Jazz Festival uploaded this event on March 26, 2019

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Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin at Smida Jazz Festival at Smida Park

When

Thu, August 15, 2019
19:00

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Musicians

Nik Bärtsch
Nik Bärtsch

keyboards

Andi Pupato
Andi Pupato

percussion

Thomy Jordi
Thomy Jordi

guitar

About

The Japanese philosophy flows through every artery in the structure of Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin. Nik often brings a Samue-specific clothing worn by Zen monks, combined with Western, urban elements. Their Name, Ronin, is inspired by the age of samurais and means lone fighter, who prefers to explore freedom on their own, instead of joining a caste.

The scenography is completed once the instruments begin to vibrate in the hands of the four musicians: zen-funk agreements and groove ritual vibes synchronize accurately as if the notes would come into harmony with the energies of the four artists. Part of this harmony is inspired by the affinity of the founder for the practices of John Cage or Morton Feldman....

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