Marius Neset

born on 2/1/1985 in Os, Hordaland, Norway

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Marius Neset

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Marius Neset

Marius Søfteland Neset (born 2 January 1985 in Os, Hordaland) is a Norwegian Jazz musician (saxophone) living in Copenhagen. He is known from collaborations within the jazz bands «People Are Machines», «Kaktusch», «JazzKamikaze» and Django Bates projects «StoRMChaser» big band and «Human Chain».[1] He is the son of music teachers guitarist Terje Neset (b. 1959) and pianist Anne Leni Søfteland Sæbø (b. 1961), and the brother of the vocalist Anna Søfteland Neset (b. 1987) flautist Ingrid Søfteland Neset (b. 1992).[2]

Career

Neset holds a Master's degree at the Copenhagen Rhythmic Music Conservatory 2008, and finished Soloist studies under the guidance of Django Bates among others, at the same place in 2010. The same year he toured with the Klüvers Big Band performing their Rolling Stones project, with whom he did a gig at the Kongsberg Jazzfestival.[1]

The debut album under his own name was Suite For The Seven Mountains (2008). Neset called the band «People Are Machines», including Magnus Hjorth (klaver), Petter Eldh (double bass) and Anton Eger (drums), accompanied by a string quartet. On his 2nd solo album Golden Xplosion (2011), receiving rave reviews from The Guardian,[3][4] Telegraph and Irish Times in addition to Danish Magazine, Jazz Special and Norways Jazznytt. The critique Ian Patterson of The Guardian comments in his review of Golden Xplosion: "Marius Neset, the 25-year-old Norwegian saxophonist who surfaced in the UK last year with Django Bates (his teacher and mentor at Copenhagen's Rhythmic Music Conservatory), not only combines Brecker's power and Jan Garbarek's tonal delicacy, but has a vision that makes all 11 originals on this sensational album feel indispensable, and indispensably connected to each other. Bonuses include an inspired Bates on piano and synths, and the formidable Phronesis rhythm section of bassist Jasper Høiby and drummer Anton Eger."[3]

In 2012 Neset collaborated with the violinist Adam Badych on the album Imaginary Room within the «The Baltic Gang», including Jacob Karlzon (piano), Lars Danielsson (double bass), Morten Lund (drums) & Verneri Pohjolaon (trumpet). The third solo album Birds (2013) was called "a heady concoction that surprises at every turn and enthralls in its stirring ensemble passages and epic scope", by the All About Jazz reviewer Ian Patterson. Here Neset is accompanied by Ivo Neame (piano), Jim Hart (vibes), Jasper Høiby (upright bass), Anton Eger (drums), Ingrid Neset (flute & piccolo flute), Daniel Herskedal (tuba), Bjarke Mogensen (accordion), Tobias Wiklund (trumpet), Ronny Farsund (trumpet), Peter Jensen (trombone) and Lasse Mauritzen (French horn).[4][5] The reviewer of NRK Jazz states: "He abolishes the border between jazz and symphonic music and promises thus both genres to unprecedented heights.[6] He signed up for the label ACT Records in 2013.[7]

Honors

  • 2004: The Nattjazz talent award
  • 2011: «Sildajazzprisen» at the Jazz festival in Haugesund
  • 2012: This years «JazZtipendiat» at Moldejazz[8][9]

Discography

Solo albums

  • 2008: Suite For The Seven Mountains (Calibrated Records), within «People Are Machines»
  • 2011: Golden Xplosion (Edition Records)[3]
  • 2013: Birds (Edition Records)[4][5][6]
Duo with Daniel Herskedal
  • 2012: Neck of the Woods (Edition Records)[1][10]

Collaborative works

Within JazzKamikaze
  • 2005: Mission I (Stunt Records)
  • 2007: Travelling at the speed of sound (Stunt Records)
  • 2008: Emergin pilots EP (SevenSeas Music)
  • 2009: The revolution's in your hands EP (SevenSeas Music)
  • 2010: Supersonic revolutions (SevenSeas Music)
  • 2012: The return of JazzKamikaze (Stunt Records)[1]
With Django Bates
  • 2008: Spring is Here (Shall We Dance?) (Lost Marble), within StoRMChaser Big Band[1]
With Ole Amund Gjersvik
  • 2011: Duo Improvisations (Acoustic Records)
With Adam Badych & «The Baltic Gang»
  • 2012: Imaginary Room (ACT)
With Dave Stapleton
  • 2013: Flight (Edition Records)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Patterson, Ian (2012-12-17). Marius Neset: Norwegian Woods - Interview. All About Jazz. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  2. Bruarøy, Kjetil Vasby (2012-12-24). Musikarfamilie i julestemning (Norwegian). midtsiden.no. Retrieved on 2013-11-03.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Fordham, John (2011-04-21). Marius Neset: Golden XPlosion review. The Guardian. Retrieved on 2013-11-10.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Patterson, Ian (2012-12-17). Marius Neset: Birds - Review. All About Jazz. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Marsh, Peter (2013). Marius Neset Birds Review. BBC. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Wicklund, Erling (2013-04-30). Marius Neset - Birds Review (Norwegian). NRK Jazz. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  7. Marius Neset signs to ACT. MusicNorway. Retrieved on 2013-11-10.
  8. Superb, Marius Neset!. Moldejazz. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  9. Trondheim jazzorkester og Marius Neset (Norwegian). Vossajazz. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.
  10. Daniel Herskedal Marius Neset Duo. EditionRecords.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-13.

External links

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