European Tour 16.11 - 13.12.2019

Lauri Kadalipp Social Jazz is a group consisting of young and bright Estonian jazz musicians Allan Järve, Kirke Karja, and Tõnu Tubli, led by saxophonist Lauri Kadalipp. The group performs original material and also puts their own twist on well-known jazz hits, being mostly influenced by jazz standards, R’n’B, and contemporary music. It’s a mixture of dynamics and emotions indulging in luscious harmonies and refined rhythms. Their music will take the listener on a journey of sounds bending the rules of gravity to let your mind levitate between the sky and ground. If you like the sound of Chris Potter, the musical precision of Ben Wendel, and a tasty aggressive touch with live electronics to it, you’ll love the music created by Social Jazz. Lauri Kadalipp Social Jazz has conquered most of Estonia and is planning to expand abroad.

They released their first LP “Feels Just Right” in early 2018.

16.11 / Berlin, DE – Kunstfabrik Schlot / FB

20.11 / Brussels, BE – Muntpunt Café

21.11 / Marseille, FR – Festival Jazz sur la Ville / FB

22.11 / Paris, FR – Festival Jazzycolors

23.11 / Caen, FR – Festival Les Boréales

26.11 / London, UK – 606 Club / FB

05.12 / Viljandi, EE – Rüki galerii / FB

13.12 / Tallinn, EE – Philly Joe’s / FB

Lauri Kadalipp is a young and talented saxophonist making his way in to Estonian jazz music scene.
Born in a music loving family it wasn’t surprising that he continued the family’s biggest passion. He composed his first works while studying at H. Eller Music School where he was recognised for both composing skills and saxophone playing virtuosity.

Being on the doorstep of his career as a professional saxophonist, Lauri has already been featured in numerous groups and projects. He is already teaching saxophone in 2 schools, is  a conductor at Big Band Tartu and a band leader of buzzing modern jazz group Lauri Kadalipp Social Jazz.

Lauri has worked with many different musicians in Estonia and around the world. He has surrounded himself with the brightest Estonian players he could find with his band – Lauri Kadalipp Social Jazz.

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