«Way of Dancing»
Julie Fahrer and Lisette Spinnler meet Thandi Ntuli-piano/ Shane Cooper-bass/ Peter Auret-drums at the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festivalat the DSG Auditorium – Grahamstown Südafrika
«Way of Dancing»
Julie Fahrer and Lisette Spinnler with the Youth Vocals Performance at the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival at the DSG Hall- Grahamstown Südafrika weitere Livekonzerte
We had a fantastic marvellous tour ONE with the International Female Musicians Collective!
Here our teaser Nr. 1 & 2 – more to come!
Summer 2017 with INEZproject
Inner Dimensions won the SAMA Award 2017 in South Africa!
Nduduzo Makhathini we are so proud and I’m honored to be part of this masterpiece! www.alljazzradio.co.za
INEZ for my friends at Kaserne Basel ‘In my heart’ 2017
//Performance RAÌCES of Naja Parejas April 2017//
working with dancers is very inspiring, great and beautiful. sharing movements, breath and thoughts about how to perform from deep inside-out in every single moment every single second. i love it. thank you Naja Parejas for having me in your project!
INEZ for my friends new album out now!
get Album here: www.inez-music.com
another beautiful project with my friend Ines Brodbeck
Album out now! Release Concert March 30th 2017 at Kaserne Basel
Julie Fahrer Quintet EP Release 2016 ‘expecting’ live at the bird’s eye jazz club
remembering five years ago with my wonderful mother Githe Christensen and Samuel Joss on doublebass playing the danish folksong “i skovens dybe stille ro”
happy to have been part of this, thank you Guillermo Klein!
Project in Cooperation with Jasmin Albash’s ‘sing out loud’ POP UP-CHOR in Basel!
(got to projects-workshops for more information)
On Tour with my wonderful Quintet 2015
Julie & Sebu new Video recorded in Elba Mai15
S(w)ingin’ Lady’s Blues
This Lady impressed me a lot.
On wednesdays I sat out on my balcony in Basel and watched her waiting for the tram.
She walked up and down the pavement talking to herself with this funny tiny, high ranged voice. As if she was imitating a child.
This already sounded and looked fascinating to me:
A women, not young at all, walking there, talking to herself not interested in the people standing around her, trying to ignore her with this smile on their faces, as if they were something better. She was wearing this sandcoloured coat and I could see some kind of flower printed skirt underneath. Her hair was always a bit oily but made.
I got even more impressed when she raised her voice for some singing lines. Now that voice had changed the range to the low and her volume was big and powerful.
She sang in german and obviously enjoyed the proleterian sound this language can have.
She made these little games. Switching fast from the tiny, childish talk to the low, powerful singing.
I was fascinated. This lady made me think and I wrote this song for her.
Rehearsal with the INEZproject on the streets
The Art Of Circle Singing With Roger Treece. Improvising at Jazzhaus Freiburg 2014