Birgitta Flick

Birgitta Flick - German tenor sacophonist - GAM Music

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Birgitta Flick is a Berlin based improviser and composer. Educated as saxophonist at Jazz-Institut Berlin (UdK/HfM „Hanns Eisler“), and in composition at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, she works internationally as a freelance musician with her own groups based in a.o. Berlin, Stockholm and New York City. As a sidewoman she works right now with e.g. Pål Nyberg’s ensemble in Stockholm and Nico Lohmann’s quintet in Berlin. As a composer she writes for her own groups, as well as choir music and instrumental and vocal works, and has cooperated with instrumental ensembles such as LUX:NM (DE) or Aulus Duo (GB), and choirs such as Vokalensemblen i Sundbyberg (SE) or Jugendchor der Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin (DE). Since 2015 she serves as artistic director for the concert series InSpirit at Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche in Berlin.

Concert tours and festival appearances have taken Birgitta Flick to several European countries, the US, Bahrain and the Middle East. Her artistic work is documented and presented on numerous CD and LP productions and has been supported by e.g. the Berlin senate, the country of Berlin/UdK, Initiative Musik gGmbH, Musikfonds, JazzBaltica Förderpreis and the Goethe-Institut. In 2022 her piece Nocturne for three part treble choir to words by Edith Södergran was published by Gehrmans Förlag in the series #swedichchoralmusic, a collaboration between Gehrmans Förlag and the Swedish Society of Composers.

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Album Love's Darknesses - Antje Rößeler - GAM Music

Love’s Darknesses

This is Helsinki-based young German pianist/composer Antje Rößeler's new post modern romantic instrumental and vocal jazz album "Love's Darknesses", featuring her Berlin trio, and her Swedish trio plus guests vocalist Sanna Ruohoniemi, and tenor saxophonist Birgitta Flick.
A dive into Antje's unique voice on the piano and as a composer, and the German and Nordic new generation of creative jazz musicians.