Tria Lingvo
About After four highly successful albums "Tria Lingvo" is one of the well established ensembles on the german scene. Over the years this collective ensemble has notably matured by giving a multitude of concerts all over the country, ranging from clubs, to concerthalls, occasional churches, to some of the famous festivals like "Leverkusener Jazztage", "Enjoy Jazz" and "Vive le Jazz". In 2014, the collective group has been honored with the german jazz-award "Neuer Deutscher Jazzpreis"! This price is one of the best endowed awards for professional german Jazz-Acts. The musical credo is best reflected by the bands name “Tria Lingvo” which is Esperanto and stands for “third language”. The basic idea behind is combining aspects of modern Jazz with elements of ethnic music to a language of its own. Thus it shows both compositions full of creativity and fantasy and an immense density in improvisatory interaction. As a midget formation lacking a harmony instrument the trio provides an ideal platform for musical encounters and is constantly looking for special inspiration by inviting musical guests (up to now, among others, internationally renowned Dominique Pifarély, Zoltan Lantos and Ramesh Shotham). "Tria Lingvo" is consequently following their way and will continue casting a spell on its audience in an entertaining, diverting but sophisticated way.
(...) one of Germany's most innovative and diversified Jazz tiro. (…) Klaus Hübner Jazzpodium 3/2013 (...) reduction creates freedom at times. In any case if one combines such playfulness, ability and interaction with up-to-dateness and delight on such a high level like these three. (..) Jazzthetik 11/2012 (...) one can barely play together in such a fantastic way (...) Jannek Roland Meye Jazzpodium 12/2012 All About Jazz Enjoy Jazz 2014: Tria Lingvo started the show with an Oriental theme, on well-structured instrumental lines with the bass following the soprano sinuous sax fugues, and the cymbals closing the codas. Small melodic modules with interchangeable rhythm patterns followed, first in unison then crystallized by the good propulsion of the breaks, as the bass drum controlled alertness launched its pulsing drone. The sax transposed melodically the sophisticated rhythmical structure into an intricate lacery made up of well-tuned curls that spread in the hall like melodious sound arrows.
Sound
© tria lingvo 2015
“(...) Musical Esperanto of the highest standard (...)”                                                      gitarre & bass
Johannes Lemke - André Nendza - Christoph Hillmann
Tria Lingvo
“(...) Musical Esperanto of the highest                 standard (...)” gitarre & bass
Johannes Lemke - André Nendza - Christoph Hillmann
About After four highly successful albums "Tria Lingvo" is one of the well established ensembles on the german  scene. Over the years this collective ensemble has notably matured by giving a multitude of concerts all over the country, ranging from clubs, to concerthalls, occasional churches, to some of the famous festivals like "Leverkusener Jazztage", "Enjoy Jazz" and "Vive le Jazz". In 2014, the collective group has been honored with the german jazz-award "Neuer Deutscher Jazzpreis"! This price is one of the best endowed awards for professional german Jazz-Acts. The musical credo is best reflected by the bands name “Tria Lingvo” which is Esperanto and stands for “third language”. The basic idea behind is combining aspects of modern Jazz with elements of ethnic music to a language of its own. Thus it shows both compositions full of creativity and fantasy and an immense density in improvisatory interaction. As a midget formation lacking a harmony instrument the trio provides an ideal platform for musical encounters and is constantly looking for special inspiration by inviting musical guests (up to now, among others, internationally renowned Dominique Pifarély, Zoltan Lantos and Ramesh Shotham). "Tria Lingvo" is consequently following their way and will continue casting a spell on its audience in an entertaining, diverting but sophisticated way.
(...) one of Germany's most innovative and diversified Jazz tiro. (…) Klaus Hübner Jazzpodium 3/2013 (...) reduction creates freedom at times. In any case if one combines such playfulness, ability and interaction with up-to-dateness and delight on such a high level like these three. (..) Jazzthetik 11/2012 (...) one can barely play together in such a fantastic way (...) Jannek Roland Meye Jazzpodium 12/2012 All About Jazz Enjoy Jazz 2014: Tria Lingvo started the show with an Oriental theme, on well-structured instrumental lines with the bass following the soprano sinuous sax fugues, and the cymbals closing the codas. Small melodic modules with interchangeable rhythm patterns followed, first in unison then crystallized by the good propulsion of the breaks, as the bass drum controlled alertness launched its pulsing drone. The sax transposed melodically the sophisticated rhythmical structure into an intricate lacery made up of well-tuned curls that spread in the hall like melodious sound arrows.
Sound
© tria lingvo 2015
Tria Lingvo
Johannes Lemke - André Nendza - Christoph Hillmann
“(...) Musical Esperanto of the highest                 standard (...)” gitarre & bass
“(...) Musical Esperanto of the highest                 standard (...)” gitarre & bass