Eve Risser

DE
White desert Orchestra

Eve Risser, piano, electric harpsichord, harmonium, toy piano
Sylvaine Hélary, flüte
Sophie Bernado, bassoon
Antonin-Tri Hoang, clarinet, saxophone
Benjamin Dousteyssier, saxophone
Eivind Lohning (Norway), trompete
Fidel Fourneyron, trombone
Julien Desprez , electric guitar
Fanny Lasfargues, e-bass
Sylvain Darrifourcq, drums

Donkey Monkey

Eve Risser, piano, prepared piano, voice
Yuko Oshima, Sdrums, voice, electronics

Two very independent and creative spirits come together in this duo of French pianist Eve Risser and Japanese drummer Yuko Oshima. The donkey monkey is an unpredictable, mischief making creature that sometimes breaks into song and likes to subvert jazz convention, and its especially fond of stride piano grooves and big beats from the Japanese rock scene. Over the last six years, Risser and Oshima have developed an idiosyncratic style that suits their unusual piano/drums set up.

Two very independent and creative spirits come together in this duo of French pianist Eve Risser and Japanese drummer Yuko Oshima. The donkey monkey is an unpredictable, mischief making creature that sometimes breaks into song and likes to subvert jazz convention, and its especially fond of stride piano grooves and big beats from the Japanese rock scene. Over the last six years, Risser and Oshima have developed an idiosyncratic style that suits their unusual piano/drums set up.

The New Songs

Sofia Jernberg, voice, composition
Ève Risser, piano, prepared piano, voice
David Stackenäs, guitare
Kim Myhr, guitare

The Dors

Christophe de Bezenac, alto saxophone, electronics
Chris Sharkey, guitar, electronics
Eve Risser, piano, electronics
Yuko Oshima, drums, electronics

Desordre

Eve Risser, piano, prepared piano, voice
Antonin-Tri Hoang, saxophone clarinette

Wie zwei Enfants Terribles haben diese beiden hochtalentierten Musiker der neuen Szene ihren spielerischen „Grand Bazar“ in ein einziges „Desordre“ verwandelt – ein chaotisches Experiment, in dem sie Ligeti, Bach, Carla Bley, Aphex Twin auseinander nehmen und neu erfinden.