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Le QuecumBar International Gypsy Swing Guitar Festival

edited December 2009 in Europe
SUN 17TH - MON 25TH JAN 2010
Tickets selling fast at - www.wegottickets.com

9 nights of Gypsy Swing heaven - concerts and workshops to honour the 100th anniversary of the birth of Django Reinhardt

Sunday 17th £20
GRAND OPENING - PARISIEN DOUBLE BILL
Starring: David Reinhardt Ensemble
David Reinhardt, French Gypsy guitar
Sébastien Giniaux, French, guitar
George Trebar, UK, double bass
Ducato Piotrowski, Polish Gypsy, guitar, UK

Supported by :
Fleur de Paris
Quartet of 1930s Parisian Café chanson


Monday 18th £15
Les Doigts de l’Homme, France
(Olivier Kikteff, French, guitar & banjo
Yannick Alcocer, French, guitar
Tanguy Blum, French, bass
Benoit Convert, French, guitar)

Tuesday 19th £15
Tcha Limberger Trio - Belgium
(Tcha Limberger Belgian Gypsy, guitar and vocals
Vivi Limberger Belgian Gypsy, guitar and vocals
Vilmos Csikos Hungarian, bass)

Wednesday 20th £20
Patron Ritary Gaguenetti, French Gypsy, guitar
Paulus Schäfer, Dutch Gypsy, guitar
Noah Schäfer, Dutch Gypsy, bass
Andy Aitchison, UK, violin
Ducato Piotrowski, Polish Gypsy, guitar UK

Thursday 21st £15
The Biel Ballester Trio – Spain
(Patron Biel Ballester, Spanish, guitar
Graci Pedro, Spanish, guitar
Leo Hipaucha, Argentinean, bass)
And Patron Ritary Gaguenetti

Friday 22nd £20
Kussi Weiss Quintet
Kussi Weiss German Gypsy, guitar
Tschabo Franzen, German Gypsy, guitar
Hugo Richter, German Gypsy, accordion
Dietmar Osterburg German, bass
Freddy Wicke German, guitar and vocals,


Saturday 23rd Djangos Birthday £25
Patron Lollo Meier, Dutch Gypsy, guitar
Patron Ritary Gaguenetti, French Gypsy, guitar
Kussi Weiss, German Gypsy, guitar
Dietmar Osterburg – German, bass
Hugo Richter, German Gypsy, accordion

Sunday 24th £25
Patron Lollo Meier, Dutch Gypsy guitar
Patron Ritary Gaguenetti, French Gypsy guitar
Feigeli Prisor, Dutch Gypsy guitar
Sani Van Mullem, Dutch Gypsy bass
Wattie Rosenberg, Dutch Gypsy violin


Monday 25th £30
Stochelo Rosenberg, Dutch Gypsy guitar
Patron Lollo Meier, Holland, Dutch Gypsy guitar
Patron Ritary Gaguenetti, French Gypsy guitar
Sani Van Mullem, Dutch Gypsy bass
Wattie Rosenberg, Dutch Gypsy violin


Advance ticket bookings only at www.wegottickets.com from November
Doors open at 6.00 pm food served until 8.00pm. All tables allocated on arrival. All the ticket money goes to the artist and we reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £25 pp on food and drink. 15% service
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Proud to have the support/approval of our patrons:
Angelo Debarre, Dave Kelbie, John Jorgenson, John Etheridge, Lollo Meier, Robin Nolan, Hank Marvin, Andreas Oberg, Stephane Wrembel, Ritary Gaguenetti, Biel Ballester Trio, Gary Potter, Moreno, The Aurore Quartet, Kevin Nolan and Tommy Emmanuel !leqrecords

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  • LE QUECUMBAR INTERNATIONAL GYPSY SWING GUITAR FESTIVAL

    WORKSHOPS

    Sunday 17th January – Monday 25th January 2010

    Honouring the 100th Birthday of Gypsy guitar genius Django Reinhardt, these workshops are a rare opportunity to learn and communicate directly from some of World’s finest players of the Django Reinhardt Gypsy Swing/Jazz style. This festival brings together more workshops of this style than has ever been offered before anywhere worldwide, a chance for musicians to learn from the source with Gypsies and non-Gypsy leaders of the style. Everyone who plays or wishes to play this style will benefit enormously from the cultural exchange of techniques and musical ideas.

    These workshops are supported by the National Lottery, through Arts Council England.

    WORKSHOPS £35

    • For Gyspy Swing/Jazz guitar, Balkan Gypsy violin and Gypsy Swing/Jazz double bass.

    • Workshops are limited to 12 people and held for all levels except beginners and are a perfect introduction to Gypsy music from the masters themselves

    Times for all workshops: 10.30 to 12.30, one hour for lunch then from 13.30 - 15.30

    Tickets for all workshops: www.wegottickets.com

    Contact for all workshops: Sylvia Rushbrooke 0207 787 2227 info@quecumbar.co.uk www.quecumbar.co.uk

    Workshops organised by Le QuecumBar and Le Q Records

    January Workshops at a Glance:

    Sunday 17 January
    Sebastien Giniaux, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Royal Academy of Dance Battersea

    Monday 18 January
    Olivier Kikteff, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere South Kensington

    Tuesday 19 January
    Tcha Limberger, Balkan Gypsy violin, Le QuecumBar Battersea

    Wednesday 20 January
    Paulus Schafer, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere South Kensington

    Thursday 21 January
    Ritary Gaguenetti, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere South Kensington

    Biel Ballester, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Le QuecumBar, Battersea

    Leo Hipaucha, Double Bass Gypsy Swing/Jazz, Le QuecumBar Battersea

    Friday 22 January
    Ritary Gaguenetti, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere South Kensington

    Saturday 23 January
    Lollo Meier, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Thomas’s School, Battersea

    Kussi Weiss Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Polish Club, Hammersmith

    Sunday 24 January
    Lollo Meier, Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar, Royal Academy of Dance, Battersea


    We thank the venues involved who have given help and space for these to happen.
    ALL WORKSHOP PROCEEDS GO TO THE MUSICIANS, THESE ARE NON -PROFIT WORKSHOPS TO HELP SHARE THIS MUSIC AROUND THE GLOBE WITH ITS EXPERTS AND STUDENTS

    SUNDAY 17th JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with SEBASTIEN GINIAUX, France
    Work shop venue: The Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, London, SW11 3RA www.rad.org.uk
    Sebastien began playing the cello at age 6, and at 18 started teaching himself the guitar, learning by ear. Influenced by Django, he then added Gypsy music, classical and modern jazz to his repertoire. He is a composer, arranger and band member for Norig and Taraf de Haidouks, and one of the soloists of Selmer #607. In his own acoustic trio he plays Gypsy swing/jazz, Balkan Gypsy, Malian music and his own compositions. An instinctive, sensitive, eclectic, passionate and prodigiously gifted musician, one of the hottest on the young Parisien Gypsy swing/jazz scene today, he can also be found playing with Stochelo Rosenberg, Toumani Diabaté, Cyrille-Aimée Daudel, Adrien Moignard, Mathieu Chatelain and Caravan Palace, amongst many others. www.myspace.com/sebastienginiaux sebastien.giniaux@free.fr

    Sebastien will be playing in concert with David Reinhardt for the opening night of the Le QuecumBar Gypsy Swing Guitar Festival on SUNDAY 17th JANUARY at Le QuecumBar. All tickets £20 at www.wegottickets.com

    MONDAY 18th JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with OLIVIER KIKTEFF, France
    Work shop venue: Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT www.institut-francais.org.uk Nearest tube South Kensington
    Olivier seeks to create original and inspirational music that is popular and accessible to everyone. He stamps his personality on his music and accomplishes a wild melding of exciting ingredients, intelligent and creative arrangements, and driving emotion whilst retaining musical interpretations that are clear, fluid and sensitive. Playing wild and fiery breakneck Gypsy guitar rhythms their music, their performances are breathless, dynamic, creative, dexterous, humorous and full of colour that demands your attention. Olivier will be playing in concert with his band LES DOIGTS DE L’HOMME on MONDAY 18th JANUARY at Le QuecumBar. All tickets £15 at www.wegottickets.com

    TUESDAY 19th JANUARY
    Balkan Gypsy violin workshop with TCHA LIMBERGER, Belgian Gypsy
    Work shop venue: Le QuecumBar, 42-44 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3HX
    www.quecumbar.co.uk
    A rare opportunity and worth the effort to work with a true master of this style: Tcha is an inspirational teacher and rarely gets time for these work shops in the UK. He is happy to teach from basics to more advanced and has a wealth of information and experience to impart to any student enthusiastic and interested in this style. Tcha is a blind, multilingual multi-instrumentalist, Tcha has accomplishments that span violin, guitar, clarinet, and vocals. Born into a family of Gypsy musicians, he began performing with the De Piottos on clarinet, later swapping his clarinet for a guitar to play rhythm alongside Koen de Cauter in the ground-breaking Waso. At 17, he took up violin, inspired by stories of his grandfather, legendary violinist Piotto Limberger, and recordings from Hungarian Toki Horvat. Later, in Budapest, he studied classical and Gypsy music under Horvat Bela. He has worked closely with many Gypsy legends, including Fapy Lafertin and Angelo DeBarre. Tcha now lives in Transylvania and has set up a number of orchestras, in addition to making many recordings as a freelance instrumentalist. He also has students visit his home in Transylvania and is one of the hardest-working musicians on the scene. www.myspace.com/limbergertcha www.lejazzetal.com tcha.limberger@gmail.com

    Tcha will be playing in concert with his band THE TCHA LIMBERGER TRIO on TUESDAY 19th JANUARY at Le QuecumBar. All tickets £15 from www.wegottickets.com

    WEDNESDAY 20th JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with PAULUS SCHAFER, Dutch Gypsy
    Work shop venue: Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere Contact, 17 Queensberry Place
    London SW7 2DT www.institut-francais.org.uk Nearest tube South Kensington
    Paulus, from a Dutch Sinti Gypsy family, is a young rising star on today’s Gypsy Jazz scene. In 2000, he founded his Paulus Schäfer Gipsy Band, which marries an authentic Hot Club sound with a more contemporary, funkier style, and which is now in great demand at numerous European festivals. With three albums under his belt, Paulus has developed an individualistic, energetic, upbeat sound. His virtuosity is apparent in his arrangements and improvisations, which fuse elements of Stochelo Rosenberg and George Benson. www.sintimusicrecords.nl www.paulusschafer.nl www.myspace.com/sintimusic www.sinisttimusic.nl ;

    Paulus will be playing in concert with Patron Ritary Gaguenetti, Andy Aitchson, Ducato Piotrowski and Noah Schafer on WEDNESDAY 20th JANUARY at Le QuecumBar All tickets £20 at www.wegottickets.com

    THURSDAY 21st JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with BIEL BALLESTER, Spain
    Work shop venue: Le QuecumBar, 42-44 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3HX
    www.quecumbar.co.uk
    Born in Mallorca, gifted guitarist, composer, arranger and teacher Biel Ballester studied classical guitar at the prestigious Luthier School in Barcelona. He is a totally self-taught Gypsy swing player and was spotted as a potential master more than 10 years ago in Samois, where he spent many hours listening to, meeting and playing with Gypsy and non-Gypsy masters of the style. He has played with the best around the world. The Rosenberg Trio, Robin Nolan, Gustav Lundgren, Stephane Wrembel and other Gypsy greats. A masterful player, with a clean, light and fluid style, Biel showcases his creativity not only in his fluid Latin-flavoured interpretations of Django’s classics, but also in his own highly-regarded compositions. Their original compositions are acclaimed in the Gypsy Swing world and beyond, with two tracks featured on the soundtrack of Woody Allen’s film, Vicky Christina Barcelona. www.myspace.com/bielballester www.bielballestertrio.com

    Biel Ballester will be performing in concert with THE BIEL BALLESTER TRIO on THURSDAY 21st JANUARY at Le QuecumBar. All tickets £15 at www.wegottickets.com

    THURSDAY 21st JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz double bass workshop with LEO HIPAUCHA, Argentina
    Work shop venue: Le QuecumBar, 42-44 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3HX
    www.quecumbar.co.uk
    Renowned bass player and Barcelona resident player, Leo graduated from Walter Malosseti’s Superior Jazz School (Buenos Aires), and also studied bass in the Manuel de Falla conservatory. Since 1993 he has worked as a session musician for TV and radio in Argentina and has recorded many CDs. He has played with outstanding Argentinean artists including Andrés Calamaro, Vicentico (Fabulosos Cadillacs), Diego Torresand and Sandra Mihanovich and has toured with Gloria Gaynor and James Brown. www.myspace.com/leandrohipaucha www.bielballestertrio.com

    Leo will be playing in concert with THE BIEL BALLESTER TRIO on THURSDAY 21st JANUARY at Le QuecumBar. All tickets £15 at www.wegottickets.com

    THURSDAY 21st JANUARY and FRIDAY 22nd JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with RITARY GAGUENETTI, French Gypsy
    Work shop venue: Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT www.institut-francais.org.uk Nearest tube South Kensington
    Ritary a Sinti Gypsy born in 1978, Ritary began playing at 14, first learning from his father and teaching himself by listening to the Gypsy masters. He matured into a charismatic, virtuoso musician with a style that is smooth and melodious, clean and precise. At just 31, he is a young guitar master and composer and has recorded numerous CDs, demonstrating a musicality, versatility and technical expertise beyond his years. He is equally at home with traditional Django tunes as with bebop, funk and R&B, as displayed on his latest acclaimed album Gipsy Soul. He has collaborated with Matcho Winterstein, Andreas Oberg, Yorgui Loeffler and other greats, touring Europe, the USA and Canada with his trio to rapturous welcomes. His is a perfect example of this music’s enduring adaptability. Ritary appears by courtesy of his label, El Pescador de Estrellas, promoting jazz and world music based in Spain.
    http://store.elpescadordeestrellas.com www.myspace.com/elpescadordeestrellas www.ritary.com www.myspace.com/ritary www.myspace.com/rgacoustic

    Ritary will be playing in concert at Le QuecumBar on WEDNESDAY 20th JANUARY with Paulus Schafer, Andy Aitchson, Ducato Piotrowski and Noah Schafer, on THURSDAY 21st JANUARY with THE BIEL BALLESTER TRIO, on SATURDAY 23rd JANUARY (Django’s birthday) with Patron Lollo Meier: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Kussi Weiss: German Gypsy, guitar; Hugo Richter: German Gypsy, accordion; Dietmar Osterburg: German, bass, on SUNDAY 24th JANUARY With Patron Lollo Meier: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Feigeli Prisor: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Wattie Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, violin; Sani van Mullem: Dutch Gypsy, bass and on MONDAY 25th JANUARY “GRAND FINALE with Stochelo Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Patron Lollo Meier: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Wattie Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, violin; Sani van Mullem: Dutch Gypsy, bass. Tickets from £15 to £30 at www.wegottickets.com

    SATURDAY 23RD JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with KUSSI WEISS, German Gypsy
    Work shop venue: Jazz Cafe POSK, The Polish Cultural Centre, 238-246 King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 0RF www.jazzcafeposk.co.uk Nearest Tube: Ravenscourt Park (District Line).
    Kussi hails from a family of some of the most important and famous Sinti musicians in Northern Germany. As in Gypsy musical tradition, he began playing at just 10, taught by his uncle, Maurice Weiss, and released his first CD at age 19. At just 32, he has released numerous CDs and appeared at many international festivals. A virtuoso guitarist, he offers an elegant combination of Django Reinhardt's music with modern elements. His unique guitar style captivates his listeners with its authentic, acoustic traditional Gypsy Swing, and he endears himself to his audiences with his shy and unassuming demeanour. www.myspace.com/gipsyconnectionquartette

    Kussi will be playing in concert at Le QuecumBar on FRIDAY 22nd JANUARY with his band KUSSI WEISS QUINTET, and on SATURDAY 23RD JANUARY (Django’s birthday) with an all-star line up: Patron Lollo Meier: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Patron Ritary Gaguenetti: French Gypsy, guitar; Kussi Weiss: German Gypsy, guitar; Hugo Richter: German Gypsy, accordion; Dietmar Osterburg: German, bass. Tickets £20 and £25 from www.wegottickets.com

    SATURDAY 23rd JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with LOLLO MEIER, Dutch Gypsy
    Work shop venue: Thomas’s School, 28-40 Battersea High Street,London SW11 3JB

    SUNDAY 24 th JANUARY
    Gypsy Swing/Jazz guitar workshop with LOLLO MEIER, Dutch Gypsy

    Work shop venue: The Royal Academy of Dance, 36 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA www.rad.org.uk
    Lollo was raised on Gypsy Swing from an early age and now a guitar master, composer, bandleader and arranger, Lollo comes from an elite family of Gypsy players and is cousin to the great Fapy Lafertin and Stochelo Rosenberg. His goal: to carry on the music of Django with a style and technique that’s traditional, melodious, lyrical, sensitive and joyful. His mellifluous compositions have a refreshing authentic Django flavour and are played with extraordinary talent, unique style and amazing suppleness that clearly reflect that he makes the music he loves. His quartet, sought after around the globe for private functions and renowned jazz festivals, is famous for playing lesser-known Django tunes and his own compositions. A man of style, grace and humour, Lollo touches his audiences with his pure melodious playing and makes Django’s music as fresh today as it was 80 years ago. Outside of performing, he spends much of his time teaching sought-after master-classes, sharing his artistry and passing down Django’s legacy. He is a remarkable man with a remarkable style of playing. Out of 15,000 international entries in the 2005 International Song Writing competition held in Nashville, USA, Lollo Meier became a finalist with “Melody for Le QuecumBar,” gained honorary status and became part of the top 1.4% of entrants.

    "...Brilliancies came and went so fast that there was hardly time to applaud...", Jack Massarik, London Evening Standard;

    “It felt like the legendary Django Reinhardt was performing again”, Zutphen Paper.

    www.lollomeier.nl www.myspace.com/lollomeier

    Lollo will also be playing in the following concerts at Le QuecumBar
    SATURDAY 23rd JANUARY (Django’s birthday), with Patron Ritary Gaguenetti: French Gypsy, guitar; Kussi Weiss: German Gypsy, guitar; Hugo Richter: German Gypsy, accordion; Dietmar Osterburg: German, bass.

    SUNDAY 24th JANUARY with Patron Ritary Gaguenetti: French Gypsy, guitar; Feigeli Prisor: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Wattie Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, violin; Sani van Mullem: Dutch Gypsy, bass.

    MONDAY 25th JANUARY “Grande Finale” with Stochelo Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, guitar; Patron Ritary Gaguenetti: French Gypsy, guitar; Wattie Rosenberg: Dutch Gypsy, violin; Sani van Mullem: Dutch Gypsy, bass.

    An extraordinary and fitting finale for Django Reinhardt’s 100th birthday, each night is a world first, with an all-star line-up and stellar performances. Three nights of Gypsy swing/jazz heaven with unrivalled talent from across Europe to honour and celebrate their Gypsy icon and founder of the genre. A formidable line-up, culminating in a last night that features three world master soloists, Stochelo, Lollo and Ritary, a unique and very special event featuring multiple stars on the same stage together, where their musical prowess, skill, technique and sensitivity can be enjoyed and appreciated in an intimate café-style atmosphere. These are nights like the nights when the music was born on the streets of 1930s Paris, when Django was the King of Gypsy Swing,

    WORKSHOP VENUES:

    Institut Francais/Cine Lumiere
    17 Queensberry Place
    London SW7 2DT
    www.institut-francais.org.uk

    Tube: South Kensington

    How to get there:
    From Victoria underground catch a tube on the Circle or District line its 2 stops or take a taxi at about £6

    http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=52 ... hp=ids.srf

    Jazz Cafe POSK
    The Polish Cultural Centre
    238-246 King Street, Hammersmith, London
    W6 0RF
    http://www.jazzcafeposk.co.uk

    Tube: Ravenscourt Park - District Line

    Royal Academy of Dance, Thomas’s School and Le QuecumBar are almost next door to each other so the directions for all three are the same. There is no tube station but we are serviced by the very good 170 bus that runs from Victoria to Roehampton passing Clapham Junction.

    Thomas’s School
    28-40 Battersea High Street,
    London SW11 3JB
    www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=526926&y= ... hp=ids.srf

    Royal Academy of Dance
    36 Battersea Square, Battersea,
    London SW11 3RA
    www.rad.org.uk

    www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=526926&y= ... hp=ids.srf

    Le QuecumBar & Brasserie
    42-44 Battersea High Street
    London SW11 3HX
    www.quecumbar.co.uk

    www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=526926&y= ... hp=ids.srf

    How to find us by Bus Route 170:
    The 170 runs between Victoria Station and Clapham Junction
    or Clapham Junction to Victoria Station.
    (A taxi from Clapham Junction is about £5 and from Victoria Station about £10)
    170 from Victoria Station:
    The 170 bus stops at Vicarage Crescent near Battersea Square, got off the bus and walk back, you will pass the Royal Academy of Dance then on to walk through Battersea Square into Battersea High Street and Thomas’s and Le QuecumBar are about 80 yards on the right
    170 from Clapham Junction:
    The 170 bus stops at Vicarage Crescent near Battersea Square, walk forward, you will pass the Royal Academy of Dance on the opposite side of the road walk through Battersea Square on your right into Battersea High Street and Thomas’s and Le QuecumBar are about 80 yards on the right
    By Train:
    Clapham Junction is the nearest train station and is a 15 minute walk or a short 170 bus ride. Depending on where you are travelling from, Victoria station may be the best option from where you can also catch the 170 bus
    By Car:
    Parking after 4.30 is free and at weekends
    London Airports:
    Gatwick: This is the best airport to come into - there is a direct train to Clapham Junction around 25 minutes and approx £17 return
    Stanstead: To Victoria Station by coach ie Terravision coach £10 approx or train to central London
    Heathrow: Take a London-bound Piccadilly Line train from Heathrow to Hammersmith. Here there is cross-platform interchange to the District Line (be careful of the step from the Piccadilly Line train). Take any eastbound District Line (except any that might be going to High Street Kensington, Edgware Road or Olympia) to Victoria. From Victoria catch the 170 bus.
    Map of where Le QuecumBar is:
    42-44 Battersea High Street
    London SW11 3 HX:
    www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?x=526926&y= ... hp=ids.srf
    Outside of Paris, the worlds dedicated gypsy swing venue. We are proud to have the support of our world class musician patrons:

    Angelo Debarre John Jorgenson Dave Kelbie
    John Etheridge Lollo Meier Robin Nolan Hank Marvin Andreas Oberg
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