The Trouble Notes [UK, USA, D]

Sam 28.2.2015 - 21:00
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Berliner Gypsy Fusion Trio

The Trouble Notes is a Berlin based Gypsy Fusion trio consisting of violinist/vocalist, Bennet Cerven, guitarist Florian Eisenschmidt and percussionist, Oliver Maguire. Having been raised in different countries with contrasting backgrounds (UK, Germany and USA), each individual brings a unique perspective and flavor to the group’s core. What they share is a common sacrifice – the comfort and stability of career and home – to travel and spread their musical talents to every culture of the world while further growing as musicians and beings. They have embraced the traveler’s life and spent their first year together performing in the streets of the world. Upon embarking on their journey, they completely immersed themselves in their music, seeking to pioneer a new genre of Gypsy Fusion by mixing the traditional sounds of their many cultural experiences. A unique bond was forged with the street, enhancing their style and leaving a footprint on each composition. The group’s repertoire aims to take you on a journey, their journey, and tells a fantastic tale of dedication, love, suffering, and redemption.

A review of the band in Italian Art and Culture Magazine Art in Time. Click on the link for the full article.
Art in Time - Angelica Magliocchetti    April 04, 2014

"Today in my special column "times no Latin Americans": an interview and music from the sensational musicians: The Trouble Notes, the stunning Simin Tander with German-Afghan roots, and the latest mix of Argentinian Tango Melingo"
Byte.FM - Camilla Hildebrandt    February 23, 2014

While in Lincoln to perform on stage at the 2013 Christmas market and a set at Bar '67 at the Lincoln Eastgate Hotel, we made an appearance on Rob Underwood's show on BBC Lincolnshire. Live Broadcast available for replay at the above link, our segment begins at 2:20 hours into the show.
BBC Lincolnshire - Rob Underwood    December 05, 2013

An interview with Stefanie Tendler of Station 2 Station.
Station to Station is the first independent transatlantic cultural magazine to facilitate dialogue between New York and Berlin. Through reviews of under-the-radar urban culture and conversations with cultur