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MARC COPLAND TRIO
FEAT: PHIL DONKIN & JONAS BURGWINKEL

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25 Nov 2021

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MARC COPLAND TRIO
FEAT: PHIL DONKIN & JONAS BURGWINKEL

It doesn’t seem right to think of him as an elder statesman, but pianist and composer Marc Copland, (born 1948) has been spinning out sounds like no other pianist since the mid-1970’s. His output as a leader is staggering: over 40 critically acclaimed CDs, in solos, duos, trios, quartets and quintets. The albums, recorded for over ten different labels, feature major jazz voices of the past and present: John Abercrombie, Ralph Alessi, Joey Baron, Mike Brecker, Randy Brecker, Dennis Chambers, Mark Ferber, Billy Hart, Dave Liebman, Victor Lewis, Joe Lovano, Greg Osby, Gary Peacock, Bill Stewart, Robin Verheyen, Ken Wheeler, and others.
But if you were thinking of Copland as an older musician who has slowed down, stopped developing, and simply resting on his laurels—you couldn’t be more wrong. “I’ve never seen anything like this,” says saxophonist Robin Verheyen. “He’s an inspiration, coming up with new ideas and new sounds all the time. It’s the kind of energy and growth you’d expect from someone in the prime of their creative life. And he’s not only a major voice with such a distinctive sound and approach—you won’t find a better accompanist anywhere.”
After years of recording for many of the world’s finest labels (Challenge, ECM, Hatology, Nagel-Heyer, Pirouet, Savoy, Sketch, Soul Note, etc.), Copland took the plunge in 2016 and started his own label. The pianist’s foray into the record business has grown every year, bucking the general downward trend of cd sales. His latest release, John (illusions / mirage), has received Down Beat magazine’s “Editor’s Pick”, CHOC from Jazz Magazine (France), “CD of the Month” from Stereoplay (Germany), and five stars from both Rondo (Germany) and Neu Zuricher Zeitung (Switzerland). Dan McClenaghan of allaboutjazz.com put it succinctly: “Copland is a genius…he creates the loveliest of sounds.” The respected blog jazzstation awarded him “ #1 Acoustic Pianist of the Year” for 2020.

Bassist Phil Donkin, (born 1980) from London, is an in-demand musician, composer and occasional educator. Phil’s latest offering as a leader is ‘Value’ (2019 NWog Records). This follows his earlier release ‘The Gate’ (2015 Whirlwind Recordings). When Phil is not leading his own bands, he can been seen and heard touring with the likes of John Abercrombie, Ralph Alessi, Jim Black, Joey Baron, Tom Challenger, Marc Copland, Johannes Enders, Ethan Iverson, Greg Osby, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Gwilym Silcock, Chris Speed, Tyshawn Sorey, Bill Stewart, Stan Sulzmann, Mark Turner, Dan Weiss, and the late Ken Wheeler. His work has been called “magnificent and compelling” (Music OMH). Ibass magazine notes, “ Phil Donkin is fast making a name for himself as one of the most in demand young musicians working in the genre today.” Copland adds: “I read an interview where Phil, who can execute anything on the instrument, said his idea of bass emphasizes ‘time and tone over virtuosity.’ That’s a signal to other musicians that the music is the most important thing to him.”

Drummer Jonas Burgwinkel, (born 1981) well known as a member of pianist Pablo Held’s trio, first came to Marc Copland’s attention in 2020. In February of that year, Joey Baron became ill during a Copland trio tour of Europe, and Jonas stepped in at the last minute to sub for him. After the first couple of gigs, the young drummer said to the pianist, “You don’t tell me anything,” to which Copland replied with a smile, “Because I don’t have to.” And it’s easy to see why—in addition to Held’s trio, and the drummer’s own projects (Medusa Beats and Side B), Jonas’s ability to play creatively in almost any style has resulted in his gaining a ton of experience at a relatively early age. His list of credits reads like a bit like a Who’s Who—-Uri Caine, Marc Copland, Dave Douglas, Lee Konitz, Dave Liebman, Mark Murphy, Chris Potter, John Scofield, and Ralph Towner. Burgwinkel is winner of the “best drummer” award from Echo Jazz, as well as the SWR Jazz Prize and the WDR Jazz Prize.

Marc Copland (Piano)
Phil Donkin (Bass)
Jonas Burgwinkel (Drums)


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