Dutch guitarist Stochelo Rosenberg is not only one of the best representatives of gypsy jazz, but also an undisputed icon.
he started an international career after his first album "Seresta" (1989).
His brilliant and striking virtuosity, as well as his extremely melodious playing make the eyes of all guitarists in the world sparkle. Stéphane Grappelli, grand master of the violin and partner of Django Reinhardt for many years, hired Stochelo in 1993 for a concert at Carnegie Hall, then for tours around the world.
Stochelo Rosenberg was also hired to record the soundtrack for the award-winning film "Django", which hit theaters in 2017. He did so with rare authenticity.
- Trio Rosenberg
Stochelo Rosenberg (guitar)
Nous'che Rosenberg (guitar)
Nonie Rosenberg (double bass)
- Stochelo Rosenberg / Trio
Stochelo Rosenberg Trio has participated in all the major jazz festivals: Montreal Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz, Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois, Jazz In Marciac Jazz in Vienne, Carnegie Hall New York and The Rose Bowl Los Angeles.
With all the great musicians: Toots Thielemans, Jan Akkerman, Stéphane Grappelli, Herman van Veen, Jaap van Zweden, Louis van Dijk, Peter Beets, etc.
Over the past twenty-five years, the Rosenbergs have played all over the world, and established themselves as the best in their field.
Inspired by Django Reinhardt, they broaden their work with classical, pop and bossa nova in the gypsy swing style. Inspired by a passion (making music), they conquered the world.
The trio are headliners at many major jazz festivals. They have made a name for themselves as the cream of the genre, admired by fans all over the world and guitarists of all musical genres.
Stochelo Rosenberg is considered one of his best guitarists, with his impeccable technique, great elegance and very personal vibrato, combining virtuosity and emotion.
- Stochelo Rosenberg / Gypsy Today
Black Magic Woman, Samba Pati, Jingo Loba, Europe, Oye Como Va, Moonflower, Soul Sacrifice, Well All Right, She's not there, Smooth and Maria Maria...
Who doesn't know them? These hits and many others by Carlos Santana and his group are interpreted with virtuosity, this unforgettable concert is a real fireworks display on strings.
The founder of The Five Great Guitars, Jan Kuiper, together with his guitarist friends Digmon Roovers, Stochelo Rosenberg, Paulus Schäfer and Marcel de Groot, play acoustic and bluesy arrangements of the most beautiful songs of this legendary guitar hero!