This evening will both close an old chapter and open up a new one. Those who have had the pleasure of experiencing Tania Giannouli live in one of her various projects understand why she gets such enraptured critiques. Greek music scene influences are perceived solely in the periphery of her work and she releases her albums on the New Zealand indie label “Rattle Music”. Together with her trio, Giannouli enraptured her audience at the Jazzfest Berlin in Autumn 2018, by which time she had already released eight albums including “Transcendence” (2015) and had also worked in film, theatre and installation projects. In the following year she performed at Enjoy Jazz for the first time and presented REWA, a different but no less fascinating project. Last year, she had two impressive premieres at Enjoy Jazz: the sparkling and intoxicating vocal project “The Book of Lost Songs” with Maria Pia De Vito and a stunning solo performance at the Kunsthalle Mannheim. And now, in 2021, she will finally present the trio at Enjoy Jazz. Piano, trumpet and oud - an unusual combination that enfolds a Mediterranean sound space and sovereignly transcends classical and jazz music. Those who would like to get a taste beforehand can listen to Trio’s debut album “In Fading Light” which was released in mid-November 2020 on “Rattle Music”. Needless to say that this too received dazzling critiques!
The 3G rule applies, which means that for this concert you need:
- EITHER proof of a personalised, daily negative rapid antigen test conducted by medical professionals (e.g. at a testing centre).
- OR proof of a complete vaccination (at least 14 days after the second vaccination)
- OR a convalescent certificate (not older than 6 months)
- a medical respirator to be worn during the whole event
- On-site registration via Luca app or registration form.
Due to the unpredictability of the occurrence of infections, changes at short notice are also possible. Therefore, we kindly ask you to inform yourself immediately before the event on this website about possible new regulations.