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THE SHANGHAI RESTORATION PROJECT《THE CLASSICS》中国巡演——北京站

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2015年4月3日 星期五 21:00 至 23:30
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THE SHANGHAI RESTORATION PROJECTTHE CLASSICS》中国巡演——北京站


已在欧美发行十多张专辑的The Shanghai Restoration Project——上海复兴方案,常被描述为一个,擅长将高能量的当代节奏感,与根植于现代中国城市文化的含蓄曲调相融合的电子乐团。与其第二代美国华裔移民的个人音乐成长经历暗合,乐团创始人Dave Liang——梁文伟,纯然自叙般地将中国乐器与曲调的感性注入西方爵士、流行和嘻哈的音色之中。继2014年5月首次中国巡演大获成功之后,Dave Liang与说唱乐手Jamahl Richardson于2015年4月重返中国,并携爵士歌手张乐一起,为观众带来“上海复兴方案”的热门曲目、新专辑《The Classics》、以及数首尚未发行的全新原创歌曲。现场演出将以动画影像配合电子音乐、说唱、爵士演唱与即兴,展现时空叠置、多元文化交织的成熟乐风。


Dave Liang在美国堪萨斯州罗伦斯市出生,纽约北部长大,自幼学习古典和爵士钢琴,高中时期开始创作音乐。在哈佛大学主修应用数学与经济学之余,Dave为学校的多个演出团体创作音乐并到世界各地巡演。此后,他曾与坏小子唱片公司(Bad Boy)、华纳音乐、雅马哈音乐和环球唱片公司多次合作,并于2005年成立独立音乐厂牌Undercover Culture Music、2006年创立“上海复兴方案”电子乐团,作品曾打入世界多个电子音乐排行榜首位。此外,他还曾为美国R&B歌手Carl Thomas、民谣歌手Abigail Washburn、爵士歌手Emi Meyer、日本电子流行歌手坂本美雨、赖近恵子等多个国家风格各异的艺术家制作音乐,以东西融合、触类旁通的个人风格在乐坛闯出天地。


布鲁克林说唱乐手Jamahl Richardson,于2008年与“上海复兴方案”合作录制单曲《Touchdown》,并于2009年起成为该团队现场演出的固定搭档,曾一起在纽约、费城、波士顿、洛杉矶、底特律、多伦多、东京、雅加达和中国九个城市进行演出。Jamahl在加州奥克兰长大,十岁开始创作音乐,十五岁开始说唱表演,音乐风格受A Tribe Called Quest、Mos Def、De La Soul等说唱乐团以及Jimi Hendrix的影响。生活的艰辛和回报以及旅途中的感悟是他歌词的灵感来源。作为一位独立艺术家,他是集作曲、说唱、音乐制作、影视配乐和MV摄制等才能于一身的创作多面手。


张乐毕业于美国新英格兰音乐学院爵士表演系,师承Ran Blake、Dominique Eade和John McNeil等美国当代爵士/现代音乐大师,并于2010年获得纽约城市大学Aaron Copland音乐学院爵士表演专业硕士学位和年度Sir Roland Hanna爵士乐奖学金。2006年张乐与著名作曲家谭盾合作录制作品《禅宗少林》,受到业界乐评人的高度评价。张乐常年在纽约、华盛顿、波士顿演出和教学,于2010年开始加入“上海复兴方案”的现场演出。2014年合作录制的上海爵士经典新编专辑《The Classics》,获得美国国家公共广播电台(NPR)专题报道,并打入iTunes在美国、日本、印尼、新加坡、马来西亚的电子音乐排行榜前十名。


晚9点 // 150元(现场)/ 120元(预售 | 数量有限,售完即止)

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THE SHANGHAI RESTORATION PROJECT <THE CLASSICS> CHINA TOUR - BEIJING

The Shanghai Restoration Project is often described as a group that creates high-energy electronic beats rooted in modern day Chinese culture. Mirroring his personal development as a musician, Chinese-American producer and founder Dave Liang thrives at introducing Chinese instruments and sensibilities into Western sounds—from classical to jazz to pop to hip-hop. Following the success of their 2014 China tour, producer Dave Liang and Jamahl Richardson return to China in 2015 with the talented jazz singer Zhang Le. In addition to their most popular tunes, they’ll be performing songs from their latest release The Classics as well as several unreleased original songs. Live performances synchronize their signature blend of electronica, rap, improvisation, and jazz vocals with animated projections, creating a multilayered experience that transcends space, time, and cultural boundaries.


Dave Liang (keyboard, vocals) is the Emmy winning creator and producer of The Shanghai Restoration Project. His projects have been featured on NPR, BBC, The New York Times, and Last Call with Carson Daly. He has performed at the Sundance Film Festival, MASS MoCA, and the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. In addition to his production work for artists on his own label Undercover Culture Music, Liang has also worked with artists on Bad Boy, Warner, and Universal. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.


Jamahl Richardson (electronics, keyboards, MC) performs with The Shanghai Restoration Project during live shows. Independently, he is an accomplished composer and producer whose music has been licensed to ESPN, NBC, UNICEF, and Bravo. In 2011, he wrote and produced the music for the documentary “Third and Long,” which aired on CBS and The NFL Network. In addition to his musical projects, Richardson is also a professional photographer and videographer who has directed and shot videos on multiple continents. His videos have aired on both MTV and VH1. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.


Zhang Le (vocals) has been described by by Oscar-winning composer Tan Dun (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) as "a rising young star with a remarkable gift." Her innovative blend of traditional Chinese folk songs and modern jazz have captured the attention of American and Chinese audiences alike. A graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, she is a past winner of the Sir Roland Hanna Memorial Award for Jazz Performance in NYC. An accomplished arranger and vocalist, her latest release The Classics reached the Top 10 Jazz albums on iTunes and was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered in the US.


Pm 9 // Rmb 150 (door) / 120 (presale | on a first-come-first-serve-basis)

Tickets online: http://www.douban.com/event/23564467/


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