Sunday _21.02.21120 DKK + fee

Tobias Elof w. Jonathan Bremer

Nordic roots and jazz

Dear audience,

The current COVID-19 restrictions have been prolonged untill February 28. This means that all culture institutions have to remain closed, and it means that all concerts at ALICE in February are cancelled. Sadly this also means that the show with Tobias Elof w. Jonathan Bremer has to be cancelled. We’re working on an alternative date. In the meantime, ticket holders will automatically receive a refund from Billetto and don’t have to do anything further.
You can read more about the current COVID-19 status at ALICE here:

Tobias Elof is an internationally acclaimed ukulele player, who happens to be the first musician in the world  to be taking a university education with ukulele as his main instrument. While living in Hawaii (the ukulele’s country of origin) and Canada, Elof has been tutored by some of the world’s most renowned ukulele Masters such as of the most recognised James Hill, Kimo Hussey og Byron Yasui. Elof is, with his Nordic sound, particularly famous for taking the instrument into new directions.

In Jonathan Bremer – double bass player from acclaimed Danish duo Bremer/McCoy – he has found an excellent partner to work with. Bremer’s delicate touch and minimalist approach, as well as his ability to fuse Nordic roots and modal jazz, is a perfect match to Elof’s lyrical ukulele sounds. At ALICE they will perform a matiné concert during the Vinterjazz festival. A perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon in February.

Sunday _21.02.21
Doors at: 14:00
Concert at: 15:00
Price: 120 DKK + fee

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