Viennese trumpeter Franz Koglmann's spent the better part of his life marrying all manner of art forms into his music, from West Coast cool to European classicism to the perhaps difficult-to-find nexus point of seemingly disparate non-musical areas including architecture, poetry, film and philosophy.
All About Jazz contributor Eyal Hareuveni spoke with Koglmannn following a performance at the Tel Aviv Jazz Festival in Israel. Franz Koglmann: Viewing Jazz Through Other Arts is a fascinating look at an often overlooked artist who truly believes there are few boundaries in art.
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