Blue Monday, August 6 – Hasse to Tage goes jazz

By on August 5, 2018

The evenings concert lets Hasse Alfredson’s and Tage Danielsson’s music blossom out in jazz arrangements with Carl Bagge bands, Svante Thuresson and Anna Sise.

Carl Bagge’s way into music was encouraged at the early age of his father, Lars Bagge, who was a pianist and musical leader for among others Monica Zetterlund and Hasse-and-Tage. Carl Bagge is an important part of Stockholm’s jazz stage. He collaborates with artists such as Edda Magnason, Anne Sofie Von Otter, Max Schultz and Jonas Kullhammar and others. In addition to ever-present pianist in various constellations, Carl Bagge is a highly regarded organizer and chapel master.

Svante Thuresson received his major breakthrough for the Swedish people as “hip man swineherde” in “Nygammal vals” in the Eurovision Schlager in Luxembourg together with Lill Lindfors. He has been a member of the sextet Gals and Pals and has made television and revue performances in, among other things, AB Svenska Ord’s productions and in the Povel Ramel’s Knäppupp revues. He participates in a number of jazz orchestras.

Anna Sise is the singer and actress who has worked extensively on countless scenes over the years. For Anna, it is equally natural to participate in theater productions and TV shows such as jazz concerts and musicals. Over the years, Anna Sise has played a lot in groups around Scandinavia and Europe, but also Thailand, Malaysia and Mexico.

Jazz Monday
Blue Monday is part of an evening of jazz on four scenes. The evening begins at 17.00 with jazz on Gubbhyllan’s porch, and at 18.00 it is also played at the small music pavilion at Café Terrassen. Blue Monday at Sollidenscenen starts at 19.00 and from 20.00 you can round off the evening with dance to Skansen’s big band under the leadership of Leif Kronlund.

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm