Hübsch’s Longrun Development of the Universe

 

Hübsch’s Longrun Development of the Universe

October 13, 2005 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Carl Ludwig Hübsch’s Longrun Development of the Universe is a brass trio that stretches the possibilities of brass instruments to new horizons. On tour from Germany & the Netherlands, Hubsch (tuba, drums) has played with Lester Bowie & Arthur Blythe; Matthias Schubert (tenor saxophone) has more than 17 CDs to his name; Wolter Wierbos is one of the world's leading trombone improvisors. For more information, please call (518) 276-4829. ARTIST BIOS Carl Ludwig Hübsch (tuba, drums, composition) Born in 1966 in Freiburg. Early musical encounters between Punk, Rock and local Brassband. Later studies at the highschool Freiburg. Diplomas in singing, drums and classic theory. Studies of Electronic Music. Lives in Cologne since 1990. Studies in composition and New Music with J Fritsch. He composes and performs in concert halls, studios and theatres lending his talents to ensembles and orchestras. He’s well known for his unique solo concerts. He now concentrates on Improvised Music and Composition. He also leads Workshops for tuba and improvisation. Since 89 he performed with such renowned musicians as Thomasz Stanko, Lester Bowie, Jasper van´t Hof, Paul Lovens, Ernst Reijseger a.m.o. He was member of numerous projects as: Arthur Blythe Quartett 1992, Humanoise Congress Wiesbaden 1994, Hannes Zerbe/Willem Breuker Blech Band, October Orchestra Amsterdam 1994, Lester Bowie’s Brass Fantasy 1995-96, RealTimeMusicMeeting 1999, Matthias Schubert Sextett 1997, Jazzfest Berlin. Huebsch´s work is documented in numerous radio and CD productions. Carl Ludwig Hübsch has collected experience with theatre music in many productions in Germany and abroad. 1996 Blauzone, directed by Beat Fäh, 2000 TheaterHora/Zürich + Blauzone: Die Lust am Scheitern (Fun to Fail). Some theatre productions: Schauspiel Bonn1999: John von Dueffel´s Rinderwahnsinn, 2000: Balkonszenen, 2001: Othello.therapie, all directed by Beat Faeh. Landestheater Linz 2001: Der Kaufmann von Venedig, directed by Dominik von Gunten discography: Vertrauensbildende Massnahmen: B-tales (MIC 8852-2) 993 Lines in Space : Spacelab (RISK944101) 1994 Planet Blow : Alien Lunatic (JHM 71) 1994 PostNoBills defense d’afficher (AMF 1044) 1995 C.L.Hübsch : Der erste Bericht,Tuba Solo (IOR 77035-2) 1997 Planet Blow : Chill (JHM 87) 1997 HuebschTheurerZoepf: Konferenz der Koeche ( HF6) 1998 C-Schulz & Hajsch : (sonig 13cd) 1999 European Tuba Quartett: Low and Behold (JHM 110) 2000 HübschsLongrunDevelopmentOfTheUniverse:Hübsch/Schubert/Wierbos(JHM 112) 2000 Schlotte/Heinrich/Theurer/Zoepf/Hübsch Kaffee und Kuchen (HF 10) 2001 Huebsch: Tuba Solo 119 Arten zu beginnen (NNN 1021018) 2002 Markus Eichenbergers Domino Orchester (Emanem 4084) 2003 Hübsch Blonk Van Bebber HüBeBlo (Kontrans 249) 2003 European Tuba Quartett: EchoNomia 4.4 (NNN) 2004 PostNoBills Musik für Kammerensemble (NNN) 2004 Projects : Hübsch´s Primordial Soup (with Doerner, Gratkowski, Griener), European Tuba Quartett (with Fishkind, Moschner, Poore), Hübsch-Kimmig-Le Quan Trio, Hübsch- von Bebberˇ Blonk Trio Wolter Wierbos (trombone) Walter Wierbos is considered one of the world’s leading trombone players. He has played throughout Europe and has toured Canada, the US, Japan and Indonesia numerous times. He can be heard on more than 70 CDs and LPs. Wierbos has been the recipient of many awards including the Laren Jazzpodium Prijs, the Podiumsprijs for Jazz and Improvised Music and the most prestgious Dutch jazz prize, the Boy Edgar Prijs. Since 1979 he has played with many music ensembles: Cumulus(with Ab Baars and Harry de Wit), JC Tans and the Rockets, Sean Bergin's MOB, Theo Loevendie Quintet, Guus Jansen Septet, Loos (Peter van Bergen), Celebration of Difference (with Jarmo Hoogendijk and Ben van de Dungen) and has participated in theater, dance, television and film projects. He has been invited to play with The EX, Gruppo Sportivo and the Nieuw Ensemble (led by Ed Spanjaard). Wierbos has also played with Henry Threadgill, The Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra (led by A.Schlippenbach), the European Big Band (led by Cecil Taylor), the John Carter Project, Butch Morris and Tom Cora. He is currently active with the Marten Altena Ensemble, Misha Mengelberg’s ICP, the Podium Trio (with Jan Kuiper and Paul van Kemenade), Gerry Hemingway Quintett, Curtis Clark Sextet, Frank Douglas’ Sunchild, Bik Bent Braam, Albrecht Maurer Quartet and Available Jelly. He plays children’s concerts with Ernst Reijseger and Alan "Gunga" Purves and also maintains a solo career. Matthias Schubert (saxophone) Born 1960 in Kassel (Germany) . Award at the Jazz Festival "de Meervart" in Amsterdam 1980 and at the competition of the International Jazz Federation 1982. In 1993 he received a grant from the W. Zippel Foundation in Kassel. 1995 Jazzaward from the "Süd-West Funk". 1996 award at the "Internationalen Musikwettbewerb für junge Kultur", Düsseldorf/ Germany. Played among others in the Euro Jazz Big Band, the Graham Collier Band, Marty Cook Band, Albert Mangelsdorff Quintet, Basslab, Jazzartrio, Gunter Hampel Duo and Galaxy Dream Band, Klaus König Orchestra, Duo Di Sax, Samul Nori and the Jungle Pilots. He has played and performed at Jazz Festivals in: Bracknell and Candom (England), Cork (Ireland), Amsterdam and Groningen (Netherlands), Marne le Valle Paris and Toulon (France), Antwerpen (Belgium), Hollabrunn (Austria),Kanisza, Zagreb and Novi Sad (Yugoslavia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), Porto (Portugal), Izmir (Turkey), Pompeii, Modena, Genova, Ravenna, Florence, Pisa (Italy) and all major Jazz Festivals in Germany. Latest Bands and Projects: Saxophon Duo’s with Frank Gratkowski and "Duo di Sax" with Renato Cordovanni, Piano Saxophon Duo’s with Simon Nabatov and "Duo Total" with Holger Mantey, Matthias Schubert Quartett (with Simon Nabatov piano; Lindsey Horner bass; Tom Reiney drums), Matthias Schubert Sechstett (with Mark Feldman violin, Claudio Puntin clarinet; Carl Ludwig Hübsch; Drew Gress bass, Tom Rainey drums) Selected Discography: 1982 Fabio Morgera Band live in Leverkusen 1987 Jazzartrio From Time to Time (Splash) 1989 Klaus König Poco a Poco (ENJA) 1989 Times of Devastation (ENJA) 1991 Homage a Douglas Adams (ENJA) 1993 Song of Songs (ENJA) 1994 Time Fragments (ENJA) 1996 Reviews (ENJA) 1991 Basslab Aisha (Edition Frankfurt) 1991 Live feat Barry Altschul (West Wind) 1992 Gunter Hampel Dialog (Birth) 1991 Jungle Pilots Near Miss (ENEMY) 1994 Down under (VeraBra) 1994 The Remedy 20 Improvised Songs (JazzHausMusik) 1992 Matthias Schubert Quartett For Thieves and Lovers (Network) 1995 Blue and Grey Suite (ENJA) 1998 Duo Total Meschuggene Nuß (ITM)
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