Flat Earth Society CD “UNTITELED#0” release tour

Mittwoch, 17.10.2018 (20:30 - 23:45) @ Reigen Live

Eintritt: Vorverkauf 18 €, Abendkasse 20 €


Peter Vermeersch - bass(clarinet)

Martí Melà - bass(clarinet)

Benjamin Boutreur - alto sax

Michel Mast - tenor sax

Bruno Vansina - baritone sax & flute

Bart Maris - trumpet

Thomas Mayade - trumpet

Peter Delannoye - trombone

Marc Meeuwissen - trombone

Berlinde Deman - tuba

Teun Verbruggen - drums

Kristof Roseeuw - double bass

Peter Vandenberghe - piano & keyboards

Pierre Vervloesem - guitar

Wim Segers - vibraphone

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Die Kartenabholung zum Vorverkaufspreis ist von Dienstag bis Samstag ab 18h im Reigen-Cafe möglich. Vorverkaufskarten sind bis spätestens einen Tag vor dem jeweiligen Termin erhältlich.

Am Veranstaltungstag sind die Karten bitte ab 1 Stunde vor Konzertbeginn an der Abendkassa zu beheben – zum Abendkassapreis.
Also – für reservierte Karten (auch online), die erst am Veranstaltungstag abgeholt werden - gilt der Abendkassapreis!

Im Reigen-Live sind organisatorisch keine Tisch- oder Platzreservierungen möglich.

Was ist die Summe aus 3 und 7?

Flat Earth Society (FES), founded in 1999 by composer/clarinettist Peter Vermeersch, is and remains Belgium’s most original and most daring ‘big band’. Not in the traditional sense of the word, but simply because it consists of fifteen musicians. Although the word ‘eclectic’ gives them the creeps, it is difficult to describe their exuberant music any other way.
FES, who dares to flirt with other disciplines as theatre and film and owns the ability to seduce a number of different audiences, from more select jazz listeners to a wild young rock public, is at its best live on stage.
In the past they worked with various guest musicians: Uri Caine, Toots Thielemans, Mike Patton (Faith No More, Fantômas), Jimi Tenor, John Watts (Fischer-Z) and Ernst Reijseger.Mike Patton contacted FES in 2004, to report how much he was impressed by the band’s music.Patton invited FES as support act for his European tour with Fantômas.Patton, impressed by the enthusiasm, decided on a selection of FES material and released, FES-ISMS in 2004 on his label IPECAC Records, a compilation of 19 songs from the six first FES cd’s, an introduction to the FES repertoire for the overseas audience, as it were.Mike Patton said about the album: “It’s really unique and engaging stuff. It’s going to blow people’s minds.”
Recordings of the ever-growing FES repertoire are long overdue so the band is catching up with the release of their twentieth album, the double album UNTITLED #0.
In 2017, the band repeatedly besieged the VRT studios in Brussels to eventually record eighteen pieces.
Oz Fritz was asked for the mixing and mastering of this album, known for his work with Tom Waits, Bill Laswell, John Zorn, Herbie Hancock, Ornette Coleman, Iggy Pop, Bob Marley and many others.
Flat Earth Society - The most unreliable music since 1999.