The trio "moment’s concept guest in his rows in kronach. For their second performance in the county seat, the students had brought german jazz singer matthias boguth with them to the rooms of the kronacher kunstverein (KKV).
"The concept in which the moment is the starting point for the creation and development of music seems to be as omnipresent in improvisation as it is versatilely interpretable", the musicians of the trio note. At the same time, however, improvisational concepts could also be developed in the moment itself. The members of "moment’s concept explore this ambiguity in their music and put it into the field of tension with the principle of composition – the captured moment.
Philipp rumsch (piano), carl wittig (double bass) and tom friedrich (drums) incorporate their different sound associations, which come from jazz, classical music as well as experimental-pop. Together they form their own, individual sound language from it.
In this, the band explores all possibilities between the extremes of composed and freely improvised music as well as introversion and expressiveness. The high degree of interaction is reflected in the development as well as in the interpretation of the compositions. Jazz singer matthias boguth is currently studying at the "felix mendelssohn bartholdy" university of music and theater in leipzig with pepe berns and evelyn fischer. The munich native began to take an interest in music as a child.
From the role of an extra in the bavarian state opera he first came to playing the piano. More and more, however, the focus went to the singing uber. In 2014 matthias boguth became sanger of the landes-jugendjazzorchester bavaria. With the start of his studies, he quickly gained a foothold in the eastern scene with various lineups, such as the stephan deller trio, the matthias boguth septet or his own quartet "milk wood, setting texts by the welsh poet dylan thomas to music.
At the beginning of the concert karl peter wittig buried the guests on behalf of the inviting lions club. In addition to the great musical performance, he also emphasized the excellent acoustics of the room at the kunstverein.