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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Cool Nordic jazz at the Kennedy Center


In the distance at Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center Friday night was Ibrahim Electric/patricia leslie

Guests stood 14 deep behind the filled seats at Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center Friday night to hear Ibrahim Electric from Copenhagen play cool Nordic jazz, part of KenCen's Scandinavian arts festival now underway through St. Patrick's Day, March 17. 
That's Jeppe Tuxen of Ibrahim Electric on the Hammond B3 on the big screen at Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center Friday night with the ceiling lights overhead but not that close/patricia leslie

Doses of Janis Joplin and Eric Clapton infused the chamber, mixed with Electric's acid rock sounds, soul and jazz.  The group has only three members but its distinctly northern lights music from a guitar (Niclas Knudsen), Hammond B3 (Jeppe Tuxen), and drums (Stefan Pasborg), made it seem like six were on stage.
Niclas Knudsen of Ibrahim Electric was on the big screen at Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center Friday night with overhead ceiling lights, and a bed frame in the rear(?)/patricia leslie

The group charged up the young, old, and in-between crowd, happy to be ignited for the weekend's start.

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Stefan Pasborg of Ibrahim Electric was on the big screen at Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center Friday night with overhead ceiling lights/patricia leslie

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