The Reset jazz festival returns to Neimënster with a line-up featuring eight musicians from all over Europe. Delano has a pair of tickets to give away to Saturday’s jam session.
Reset is a unique approach to a music festival. With Luxembourg’s jazz performer extraordinaire Pascal Schumacher as its artistic director, the festival features eight musicians from all over Europe working together over a ten-day period to explore, create and improvise.
The result is a series of concert sessions featuring different combinations of musicians, with each soirée providing a totally different atmosphere. This year’s line-up includes clarinet player and singer Eva Fernández from Spain, pianist Michel Reis from Luxembourg, flautist Joce Mienniel (photo from France, double bass player Lara Rosseel from Belgium, pianist and afro-Cuban percussionist Natascha Rogers from the Netherlands, vibraphone player Taiko Saito from Germany (via Japan), clarinet player Alex Simu from Romania and trumpet player Sebastian Studnitzky from Germany.
On Thursday, three free concerts take place at different locations in the Grund featuring the guest musicians in duo or trio formations. A more formal concert on Friday evening features all eight musicians.
Then, on Saturday they are joined by local artists for a jam session at the Brasserie Wenzel that promises to swing late into the night. A pass is available that gets you entry to the Friday and Saturday gigs.
But Delano has one pair of tickets to give away to the jam session on Saturday. Enter below.