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Musikfest Bremen – Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions with Cory Henry

Conducted by Jules Buckley

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Jules Buckley, dirigent

Metropole Orkest and chief conductor Jules Buckley return to Musikfest Bremen, this time with a tribute to Stevie Wonder. Together with keyboard player Cory Henry and drummer Stanley Randolph, the orchestra will play Wonder’s legendary album ‘Innervisions’ on Saturday, September 7.

Innervisions, Stevie Wonder’s sixteenth studio album, was released in 1973 and won Grammys for ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Engineered Non-Classical Recording’. ‘Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing’, ‘Higher Ground’, ‘Living For The City’ and ‘He’s Misstra Know-It-All’, they can all be found on this timeless album. Cory Henry calls it without a doubt one of the best albums of all time.

The American jazz organist and pianist, gospel musician and music producer Cory Henry is known for his own formation The Funk Apostles, the power jazz formation Snarky Puppy, the Cory Henry Trio and of course his solo career.
Cory, Jules and the Metropole Orkest have already worked together several times. The collaboration started when Cory came to the Netherlands with Snarky Puppy and continued during the BBC Proms in 2016, the North Sea Jazz Festival (where he played an amazing version of Purple Rain) in 2017 and the Better Get Hit Festival in 2019.
The trio is looking forward to sharing the stage together again and transforming the Marktplatz into a fantastic dance floor. None other than Stanley Randolph, Stevie Wonder’s drummer, will play the drums this evening. Vula’s Choir will join the orchestra during this concert as well.

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Sat 7 Sep, 7:00 pm
Musikfest Bremen, Bremen

Free of charge