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Trombonemagic

Solo trombonist on a stage, could it be something?
By Gunilla Boström. Landskrona Posten

Yes, if trombonist’s name is Elias Faingersh, the concert is going to be a very special
journey indeed….

…. His musicality is superb; his technical ability is enormous; even verbally this artist is something extraordinary.

The music Elias Faingersh performed is entirely his own. He started the concert with an acoustical piece and very soon introduced whole scale of expressions, from softest natural romantic pianissimos to powerful explosions
He is full of rhythm and when he played “Steitl Bone” it was like listening to a fiddler playing wedding dance: you want to dance and you can’t help it!”

Heavenly swing all night long
By Björn Brånfelt. Dagbladet, Sundsvall

If you think that you’ve seen and heard everything but hadn’t been at Grönborgs Saturday night you are wrong.
Have you missed Elias Faingersh you’ve missed a world-class artist.
He is alone on stage with he’s trombone and loop machine. That’s it.
He needs nothing else to carry through his musical pieces that amaze us, make us tremble with pleasure and sometimes laugh out loud….

…We have witnessed an unique artist and he received well deserved standing ovations (even from away taked musicians from other bands) he gets called in again and again.

Warm and Humorous
By Patrik Boström. Västerbottens Kuriren

Music can be hysterically funny – in any case if it is performed by Elias Faingersh…

This talented trombonist offered the audience a personal and humorous portrait of his relatives, his music and his life… There is the same warmth in his stories that one finds in the works of Isaac B. Singer…

Faingersh music is avantgard-ish and experimental in certain pieces while it moves back to traditional Jewish folk music in others…

His works often go from finely tuned and low-voiced to explosive vivaciousness and happiness…

The music never goes beyond comprehension and it describes different experiences that he has had, for example a sexual act he witnessed in the subway in Tokyo or an argument…

Faingersh renders that which he sees with warmth and humour so that one goes away from his performance with careful optimism.

 

”Trombone Magic” – fascinated and seduced
By Monica Karsbrink Lövbom. Kultur Smockan

….It was creative and enjoyable; I wished more than ones that our brass
teachers and students were here… Thank you Elias! You made our minds to lift
up and showed that there is still a lot what can be done!