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Following the critical acclaim for Prévost’s bold series of recorded concerts in 2011, join us for a unique monthly series of concerts, revisiting the recordings and discovering how the music has evolved.
Bertrand Denzler tenor saxophone, John Edwards double bass Eddie Prévost drums
“Bertrand Denzler shares a mastery of what are sometimes referred to as extended
techniques; he can also pursue a musical vision that is profoundly internalized, whether
focused on micro events or the development of hypnotic states ... Each of the two half-hour
pieces – “All-in-All (en tout et pour tout),” parts 1 and 2 – goes through numerous mutations, but they’re driven along by Prévost’s fiercely propulsive drumming...This brings out a particularly forceful side of Denzler, who here sounds like a none-too-distant cousin of Sonny Rollins...Meanwhile John Edwards...often emerges as the most melodically inventive member of the group, whether finding unlikely figures to contribute to a
dialogue or bowing high-pitched whistles against Denzler’s elemental honks. If risk and
surprise are the lifeblood of improvised music, this album succeeds admirably. It’s just
as successful as a free jazz power trio disc.” Stuart Broomer, Point of Departure