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Roland Schaeffer & Roman Bunka
Roland & Roman
 
Roland Schaeffer
–> Roland Schaeffer
 
Roman Bunka
–> Roman Bunka
 
Ayman Mabrouk
–> Ayman Mabrouk
 
M.T.Wizzard, v.l.n.r.: André Peiter, Klaus Hauter, Edgar Türk, Marko Rech, 
Uli Faust
–> M.T.Wizzard,
siehe unten
 
–> Galerien Übersicht
 

 

Stadtfest 2018 @ the Momos

Sonntag 2.September 2018 / 12-18Uhr

Straßenfest mit Momo-Bühne: M.T. Wizzard

feat. Roland Schaeffer & Roman Bunka & Ayman Mabrouk

@ The Momos

 

Wir versprachen jede Menge Leckerbissen, gustatorischer als auch olfaktorischer Natur. Sowie auditiver als auch visueller Natur, denn ein Höhepunkt ist die Momobühne.

In den letzten Jahren konnten wir für Euch spektakuläre Krautrocker auf der Momo-Bühne präsentieren. Darunter Damo Suzuki (Can), Mani Neumeier (GuruGuru), Christian Burchard (Embryo), Ax Genrich (Agitation Free, Guru Guru), Chris Karrer (Amon Düül) sowie das Eugen de Ryck Trio.
Stets in Kooperation mit M.T.Wizzard.

 

2018 erwarteten wir Roland Schaeffer, Roman Bunka und Ayman Mabrouk mit M.T.Wizzard.
 

Ort & Zeit

Ort: Bioladen Momo, Hans-Böckler-Straße 1 in 53225 Beuel

Zeit: Sonntag 2.September 2018 von 12-18 Uhr

Kosten: Umsonst & Draussen

Kleiderordnung: Keine

 

Fotos, Videos und Audios folgen !

 

Details zu den Musikern:

Roland Schaeffer & Roman Bunka
 

Roland Schaeffer

 

Roland SchaefferVita Roland Schaeffer

 

Roland Schaeffer gründete 1968 die Baden Badener Jazzrockgruppe Brainstorm. Nach dem Abitur studierte er Saxofon und Kontrabass an der Musikhochschule Karlsruhe.Von 1975 bis 1982 spielte er bei der Kultband Guru Guru und lebte in der Musikkommune in Finkenbach. Sie spielten auf allen großen Deutschrockfestivals, traten im Rockpalast auf und spielten sich selbst im ZDF Spielfilm „Notwehr“. Es erschienen zahlreiche Lp’s. die 80er Embryo, Dissidenten, Weltmusik, Indienreise.
 
1980 gründete Roland Schaeffer mit den damaligen Gurukollegen Butze Fischer (drums) und Gerald Luciano (bass) das Trio „Dadadogs“. Sie bereisten mit „Embryo“ Ableger „Dissidenten“ den Süden Indiens und lernten den legendären Tempeltrommler Paramashivam kennen.
Von 1981 bis 1985 widmete sich Schaeffer dem Studium der südindischen Musik und erlernte bei Guru Karupaia Pillai das Nadaswaram, eine Art Schalmei, die in den südindischen Tempeln gespielt wird. Mit dem mittlerweile legendären Tavil- Meister Paramashivam tourte er erfolgreich durch Europa, Indien und die Türkei. In dieser Zeit arbeitete er auch mit Embryo, Dissidenten, Roman Bunka, Marque Löwenthal, El Houssaine Kili, Hakim Ludin, Malamini Jobarteh, Rüdiger Oppermann, Mohammed Mounir und anderen Weltmusikern.
 
Mitte der 1990-er enstand das Trio Free Winds mit Heinrich von Kalnein (Saxofon) und Jatinder Thakur (Tabla). Das Trio spielte 2 erfolgreiche Indien/ Sri Lanka Tourneen im Auftrag des österreichischen Außenamtes. Seit Ende der 90-er ist Schaeffer auch wieder mit „Guru Guru“ auf Retrofestivals und in Japan auf der Bühne.
2003 veröffentlichte er das Saxofon-Solo Album „SOUNDSCAPES- Roland Schaeffer plays BadenBaden“.
 

Roman Bunka

 

Roman BunkaVita Roman Bunka
The Berlin Jazz Festival featured the guitarist and composer Roman Bunka as one of Germany´s most accomplished oud-players.
According to music-magazine „Stereo“: "With his enchanting solo on the Arabic lute, Roman Bunka unites all peoples and cultures!"
In fact, born in 1951, Bunka´s biography may be considered a chapter in contemporary German music history.
Working with the pioneering German avant-garde/rock/jazz and world-music group Embryo (portrayed in "Vagabundenkarawane", a documentary by Werner Penzel ) Roman Bunka broke new ground with his Eastern-influenced guitar playing and composing. („Embryo´s Reise", Schneeball Rec.).
1976 he performed in concert for the first time with world-renowned percussionist and composer Trilok Gurtu in India. To pursue his musical development in a microtonal and modal direction, Bunka searched for a second, more suitable stringed instrument. He discovered the Arabic lute or „oud“, the fretless mother of the guitar.
 
His first solo album ("Dein Kopf ist ein schlafendes Auto” 1980-ATM-records) presented a blend of avant-garde rock with Oriental melodies. Released in the same period was the jazz/rock fusion oriented album "Live!” with the group Aera.
After concerts with Okay Temiz in Turkey, Bunka chose Cairo as his musical refuge in the Arab world during the 1980´s. There he met the immensely popular Nubian singer Mohammed Mounir. They began a collaboration that was to influence the course of Egyptian pop music, lending a note of sophistication and international influence to the genre.
One of the many highlights of Bunka´s work with Mounir as arranger and musician, was their appearance in the Mediterranean Culture Festival in France, as Egypt´s representatives (Wast el daira-Mohamed Mounir, Line Rec.) With solo-concerts in Tunis (Festival de la Medina), Cairo, Damascus, Aleppo, Beirut (Goethe-Institut) and Sanaa as well as in Lanzarote with the group Vox (CD: Spain to Spain, Erdenklang Rec.) and his performance at the Jazz Festival in Granada, Bunka, according to Peter Pannke, brought his "very personal journey to explore the world of Arabic music" closer to a growing world-music audience.
 
Roman Bunka composed the score and provided musical direction for the feature film "Al Oud" (Director: Fritz Baumann ) that won the Gold Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival. While shooting, he became involved with the violin virtuoso Abdo Dagir from Cairo, and was largely responsible for introducing the works of this master composer and musician to the Western world (CD "Malik-a-Taksim" ENJA Rec.)
He studied under Abdo Dagir and toured with his ensemble throughout Europe and Egypt. His award-winning work also includes the live recording of his project "Color Me Cairo" featuring the Fathy Salama Ensemble from Egypt and Malachi Favors from the legendary "Art Ensemble of Chicago". It appeared on the ENJA label and received the German Record Critics Prize („Color me Cairo“, ENJA rec.)
 
Bunka composed and produced film-music for the film-directors Heiner Stadler, Frieder Schlaich, Fritz Baumann, Maria Knilli, Josef Rödl, Herbert Brödl and Doris Dörrie (“Bin ich schön?”-Virgin Rec.).
Crossing over to yet another media, Bunka, in collaboration with Grace Yoon, produced several radio-plays for German Radio. The BBC awarded the „Prix Futura“ to the one entitled „Tunguska-Guska“ (BR). This and Bunka and Yoon´s radio-play "Earborn” (BR) are available on CD (Schneeball and Jaro Rec.).
To celebrate the new millennium, he participated (with Mal Waldron, Jeanne Lee, Tri-O and Blixa Bargeld) in Grace Yoon´s multimedia-event and Live Radio-play "Illusion des Endes" (WDR) and in Yoon’s Radio-play “Family Affair” (SWR), along with Ernst Reijseger, Xizhi Nie and Lauren Newton.
His credits as studio musician include work with the German Ethno-pop group Dissidenten, the sudanese singer Mohamed Badawi, algerian singer Hamid Baroudi, spanish flamenco star Tomatito and the marrocan musician El Houssaine Kili.
He performed and recorded with Paramashivam Pilai, The Karnataka College of Percussion, Hartmut Geerken, saxophonists Charlie Mariano, Edgar Hofmann, John Tchicai, Monty Waters and Roland Schaeffer, clarinet virtuoso Gabrielle Mirabassi, nay-player Claudia Ott, the singers Stepanida Borisova, Sainkho Namchilak, Fadia El-Hage and Lidia Borda, drummer and producer Hubl Greiner, keyboarder and producer Hammondo, percussionists Limpe Fuchs, Rhani Krija, Ramesh Shotam, Salah Ragab, Pierre Favre and Bijan Chemirani, bassists Ronan Guilfoyle and Norbert Dömling, pianist Francesco Turrisi and the Djose-player Bassem Hawar.
 
With the Argentinean guitarist and composer Luis Borda, Bunka creates a mix of tango and arabic music, their trio project „Orientacion“ with Jost Hecker on Cello was released on ENJA-records. Together with Egyptian musician and musicologist Issam El-Mallah, singer Sheikh Arabi Farag and the kawala virtuoso Ahmed Arnab he also formed the “Madih-ensemble”. This Ensemble performs traditional egyptian Sufi-music, but participates also in the projects of modern european composers like Rupert Huber (“Sufi-Modem” NDR, “Ruh-I Gulab” WDR, BR), Jürgen Grözinger („Orient-Okzident“) and Klaus Huber („Die Erde bewegt sich auf den Hörnern eines Stiers“).
In 2013, he cooperated with the film-director Janek Romero for the Feature Documentary "City of Sounds", a musical journey through Cairo.
He was honoured in 2014, by his hometown Munich with the "Schwabing Art Award" and in 2015, he was chosen by Europe's biggest African Music Festival in Würzburg for their "Africa Festival Award". He was the first European oud-player to be invited to perform at the famous „International Oud Festival“ 2015 in Muscat, Oman.
At the „Bayrische Akademie der schönen Künste“, together with the composer Peter Michael Hamel, he presented his Project with the Syrian refugee group „Jisr“ and in November 2016 he was invited to give a workshop and a concert at the „Goethe-Institut“ in Sofia, Bulgaria. "... there, between his fingers, the modi and scales of the arabic mystic meet with the electrifying ease of the urban Bluesmen. Roman Bunka is the mediator and the center of a world-music fusion, call it success, joy or utopia if you want to describe it!"
 

 

MT Wizzard

ist Krautrock aus Limburg seit 1969. MT Wizzard begleitet unser Fest seit vielen Jahren und sorgt für das

psychedelische Grundrauschen

 
M.T.Wizzard, v.l.n.r.: André Peiter, Klaus Hauter, Edgar Türk, Marko Rech, 
Uli Faust
 
MT Wizzard ist v.l.n.r.: André Peiter, Klaus Hauter, Edgar Türk, Marko Rech und Uli Faust.
 
André Peiter: Schlagzeug Percussion
Klaus Hauter: Keyboard Querflöte Percussion
Edgar Türk: Bass Guitarre Saz Percussion
Marko Rech: Bass Didgeridoo
Uli Faust: Djembe Kongas Percussion

 

Ayman Mabrouk

Percussion,...

 

Ayman Mabrouk Biography Ayman Mabrouk
 
Coming from the depths of Arabic culture, Ayman Mabrouk is born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1983. He grew up listening to and exploring many different Oriental music styles - such as Egyptian, Turkish, North African, Persian and Gulf Arabian - which have formed the basis of his musical work today.
 
He started working professionally as a percussionist with some of the most respected bands of the traditional Oriental music scene, such as the “Alexandria Opera House Band”. He soon established himself as a sought-after musician, well known for his authentic grasp of Arabic, Jazz, Flamenco, African and Latin American music.
 
Within a few years he had been featured on several television shows as well as at Jazz and World music festivals in more than twenty countries around the world. While continuing to master a large variety of percussion instruments, Ayman mixes Darbuka, Riq, Dohola, Frame Drums, Cajon, Djembe, Congas, Tombak and many others with some western ones to make a fusion of sound between different cultures and identities.
 
His musical influences today are derived from a combination of traditional Arabic and North African rhythms, Flamenco, and Latin American styles, as well as Blues, Rock and Jazz.
Throughout his career, Ayman Mabrouk has been appearing and sharing the stage with numerous artists. These include: legendary Brazilian Singer “Gilberto Gil”, Grammy & BBC award winner “Fathy Salama”, Emmy award-winning German Pianist “Matthias Frey”, Danish Saxophonist “Benjamin Koppel”, Spanish Guitarist “Fernando Perez”, French Rock singer “Rodolphe Burger”, the Choir of the German radio “WDR” and the Italian Classical Music Quartet “Xenis Ensemble”. He has also performed with “Hazem Shaheen”, the winner of the title best Oud player in the world in 2002 & 2004, the German composer, Guitar and Oud player “Roman Bunka”, Syrian Clarinetist “Kinan Azmeh”, Tunisian singer "Ghalia Benali" and Syrian singer "Lena Chamamian". Additionally, he has made many workshops with different artists, including American Trumpet player “Dave Douglas”, American Guitarist “Mark Stewart”, Cuban Drummer “Dafnis Prieto”, Lebanese Saxophonist “Toufic Farroukh”, Lebanese Oud player and composer “Charbel Rouhana”, and the German Electronic Music composer “Tomath Brinkman”, as well as many other international workshops in Egypt, Poland, Serbia, Hungary and USA. Lastly, he has founded several bands, such as Maktoub and Station Band, and is also a member of many other bands, like Out Of Nations, Ghalia Benali band, Oriental Secrets Ensemble, Afri-Cairo band and also was a member in Massar Egbari band, Alif Ensemble, Dina El-Wedidi band.

 

Links

–> Galerien Übersicht

 

Videos M.T.Wizzard:

–> M.T.Wizzard mit Damo Suzuki (@ The Momos 2016)

 

–> M.T.Wizzard in St.Goarshausen 2016

 

–> YouTube-audio @ The Momos 2015

 

–> M.T.Wizzard auf facebook

 

–> M.T.Wizzard auf discogs

 

–> Roland Schaeffer
 
–> Roman Bunka

 

–> Ayman Mabrouk

 

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letzte Änderung:
Di., 11.09.2018