Kongens Nytorv 34
All shows are 75 minutes without intermission, unless otherwise noted.
Doors and bar opens one hour before show starts
Ticket price DKK 395 incl. ticketing fee (unnumbered seats)
Guest may add a post show prix fixe meal to any reservation.
The studio album “Night Train” by the Oscar Peterson Trio was released in 1963 and featured pianist Oscar Peterson in his classic trio with Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums. It is arguably the most successful, popular and acclaimed album of Peterson’s life and career. The recording sessions took place December 15 & 16, 1962 in Los Angeles under Norman Granz’ supervision. The Penguin Guide to Jazz describes it as "one of the best LPs of the period.” The album was named as the jury winner of the Polaris Heritage Prize in 2019 and Diana Krall reported that listening to the album sparked her ambition of becoming a jazz pianist. Tonight’s leader, Alvin Queen, is a legend in his own right. For many years, he was the drummer in Oscar Peterson’s final group before the latter’s passing in 2007.
ALVIN QUEEN TRIO
Calle Brickman (piano/SE)
Tobias Dall (bass/DK)
Alvin Queen (drums/US)
Friday, July 3 at 18:00 (6 PM) / Doors 17:00 (5:00 PM)
Saturday, July 4 at 18:00 (6 PM) / Doors 17:00 (5:00 PM)
Sunday, July 5 at 18:00 (6 PM) / Doors 17:00 (5:00 PM)
Guests may add a PRIX-FIXE DINNER following the 6:00pm performance, which will take place in the Gallery Room at 7:45pm. The meal will feature a custom menu developed by the 5-star Hotel d’Angleterre culinary team exclusively for our pop up during Copenhagen Jazz Festival, including two courses (appetizer and entree) as well as a glass of champagne, glass of red wine, glass of white wine, coffee and tea for 975 DKK per person - optional to add during ticket purchase. Diners may also list any dietary restrictions within the booking notes and will be accommodated accordingly.
Jazz fans may alternatively book a table at d’Angleterre’s Michelin-starred MARCHAL restaurant by clicking the link HERE. In your booking notes, please mention which show and time you are attending so service staff will be prepared to ensure you have time to get to your seats prior to the start of the performance.
Jazz Masterworks Series:
In 2014, Niels Lan Doky began using the term “Jazz Masterworks Series” to present live performances and modern interpretations of iconic albums that have defined the genre at the now defunct The Standard Jazz Club in Copenhagen. “Unlike Classical music, jazz is mostly improvised and as a result we don’t have written scores of masterworks that can be read and played by other artists. But I have concluded that album recordings are the jazz world equivalent, hence the Jazz Masterworks Series concept was born.” Stellar casts of American, European and South American musicians from the Niels Lan Doky International Jazz Collective will perform and re-interpret the following selection of masterworks albums from Jazz’s iconic canon at Hotel d'Angleterre during Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2020: Oscar Peterson’s “Night Train” // “Ella and Louis” by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald // Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd’s “Jazz Samba” // “Velvet Mood” by Billie Holiday.
In addition to our email (firstname.lastname@example.org), should you require additional assistance for information about concerts only: (+45) 27 82 27 35
Main sponsor: Augustinus Fonden
Additional contributions: William Demant Fonden & Gangstedfonden