@ Punkt: Arve Henriksen in Special Edition Cartography Concert feat. David Sylvian

Arve Henriksen - copyright 2011 Dirk Tholenaar

David will perform live on Saturday September 3rd at the Punkt Festival in a Special Edition Cartography concert,  where the whole album will be performed by Arve Henriksen (trumpet, voice), David Sylvian (lyrics/spoken word), Eivind Aarset (guitars), Anna Maria Friman (vocal), Ingar Zach (percussion) and Jan Bang / Erik Honoré (live sampling, electronics).

Read more about the full festival schedule on the Punkt website.

As published on punktfestival.no by erik:

Punkt proudly presents a Special Edition Cartography concert on Saturday September 3rd, where the whole album will be performed by Arve Henriksen (trumpet, voice), David Sylvian (lyrics/spoken word), Eivind Aarset (guitars), Anna Maria Friman (vocal), Ingar Zach (percussion) and Jan Bang / Erik Honoré (live sampling, electronics).

When Arve Henriksen released the album “Cartography” on ECM in 2008, All About Jazz wrote: “Henriksen`s most fully realized disc to date, Cartography`s unequivocal consideration and detailed construction never sacrifice moving the soul with profound humanity and circumspect spontaneity.”

Since then, Henriksen has been receiving accolades from around the world, and this year he was awarded both the Kongsberg Jazz Festival`s “Musician of the year” award and the equally prestigeous Paul Acket Award at the North Sea Jazz Festival in the Netherlands.

At Punkt 2011, we celebrate Arve Henriksen by presenting a Special Edition “Cartography” concert, where the whole album will be performed by Arve Henriksen (trumpet, voice), David Sylvian (lyrics/spoken word), Eivind Aarset (guitars), Anna Maria Friman (vocal), Ingar Zach (percussion) and Jan Bang / Erik Honoré (live sampling, electronics).

“Trumpeter Henriksen – whose playing invokes the breathy whisper of a Japanese flute – confirms his status as the most compelling improviser on the planet with 12 tracks recorded in Kristiansand. This is edgily ambient mood music conceived on a grand scale, where the gobsmackingly sublime is almost a minimum requirement. All you can do is gape.” – Phil Johnson, The Independent, about “Cartography”.

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