Anne Mette Iversen

Premiere DateJun 28, 2020
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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03:40 Stridin’ DreamRoot
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07:23 2AM DreamRoot
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10:31 Triangular Waves Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1
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17:17 Interview with Anne Mette Iversen, Part I
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28:17 Racing A Butterfly Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1
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35:01 Interview with Anne Mette Iversen, Part II
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45:30 Parallel Flying Part 1 Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1
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47:52 Parallel Flying Part 2 Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1
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52:47 Autumn Breath Christian Gutfleisch, Dominik Schürmann, Elmar Frey
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57:30 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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58:59 Sambâle Christian Gutfleisch, Dominik Schürmann, Elmar Frey, Thomas Moeckel
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64:55 Finish
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Host Linus welcomes bassist and composer Anne Mette Iversen on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole. The Danish musician, who is now based in Berlin, Germany after living in NYC for nearly 15 years, talks about her brand new album Racing A Butterfly, inspired by a real life experience she had out in nature. She also talks about the importance of taking one’s time, her phenomenal band and much more. Other artists on this episode include the Durham, NC based band DreamRoot (led by Ittai Korman) and the Swiss-based trio Gutfleisch-Schürmann-Frey (featuring Thomas Moeckel).


DreamRoot – “Stridin’” & “2AM”
Album: Phases
Ittai Korman (b), Theous Terryel Jones (d), Joe MacPhail (kbds), Lynn Grissett (tp), Serena Wiley (ts, fl, poet) and Kerisha Roi (featured voc)

Anne Mette Iversen Quartet +1 – “Triangular Waves”, “Racing A Butterfly”, “Parallel Flying Part 1” & “Parallel Flying Part 2”
Album: Racing A Butterfly
Anne Mette Iversen (b), John Ellis (ts), Peter Dahlgren (tb), Danny Grissett (p) and Otis Brown III (d)

Gutfleisch, Schürmann & Frey – Autumn Breath
Album: Sambâle
Christian Gutfleisch (p), Dominik Schürmann (b, composer) and Elmar Frey (d)

Gutfleisch, Schürmann & Frey (featuring Thomas Moeckel) – Sambâle
Album: Sambâle
Christian Gutfleisch (p), Dominik Schürmann (b), Elmar Frey (d) and Thomas Moeckel (tp)

Grammy-award winner Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and…

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