Latest review (All About Jazz nov. 30. 2016)

“The many different instruments represented by her group, Radio Bévort, underline a rich palette of sounds where saxophones, flute, guitar, drums, piano and accordion contribute to a jazz sound that seems to draw inspiration from all around the world. For instance, “Nine is Fine” starts out with intimate tango-romanticism from Francesco Cali‘s accordion, but soon transforms into an advanced funk piece with polyphonic horn voices. ” –
The whole review: Review – Which Craft – By Jakob Baekgaard

First Reviews of “Which Craft?”

The very first review of the new Cd “Which Craft?” arrived on the releaseday June 17th 2016.
Here is a short extract:
“It´s apparent that Bévort joyfully makes use of the different possibilities she has as composer and arranger when it comes to the many possible combinations of instruments in this ensemble. She shows both overview and reserve of strength. The release is a remarkable and particular delight”
It’s possible to read the whole review here (It’s in Danish)   – Jazznyt.blogspot, Niels Overgård

The next review was published a few days later on June 21st 2016:
Here is a short extract:
“It´s a release that shows thought-through integrity and where the melodies are in focus…..the lovely «Heavy Feather» could almost sound like the score for a film…….Altogether «Which Craft?» is a fine release definitely worth listening to from a Danish musician that ought to have far more concerts booked in her calendar – not just in the Copenhagen area but also in Norway, Sweden and Finland”
It’s possible to read the whole review here (it’s in Norwegian):
– Salt-peanuts.eu, Jan Granlie

 

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