06/02/13 By Ana Isabel O
ERNIE HAMMES @The Seventh Annual “Rhythm in the Kitchen” Music Festival 2013
ERNIE HAMMES is a Luxembourg trumpeter who specializes in jazz and also plays classical music. He has played both solo and as first trumpet in the Big Bop Nouveau band, travelling to more than 25 countries while solidly supporting the Luxembourg jazz scene.
Born on 18 August 1968 in Esch-sur-Alzette, Ernest studied at the Conservatories of Esch-sur-Alzette and later at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City and Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Since 1997, when he played in the Birdland, Blue Note in New York, he has travelled widely to clubs and jazz festivals across Europe and North America. Recent venues have included festivals in Chicago , Calgary , Vancouver, Edmonton , New Orleans, Karlsbad (Czech Republic) and Cleveland, Ohio. He has also played in Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London and at the Montreux Jazz Festival , Den Haag, North Sea Jazz Festival and Toronto festivals. He is the only European to have been a member of the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
In his native Luxembourg, he is the founder director and lead trumpet in the Luxembourg Jazz Orchestra and has been a member of the Musique militaire grand-ducale (the Luxembourg Military Band) where he is lead trumpet and leader of the big band.
As for classical music, he has played with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Latvian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra .
For the 2013 Rythm in The Kitchen Music Festival Ernie Hammes will be accompanied by French Pianist Pierre Alain Goualch, Luxembourg drummer Paul Wiltgen and American bassit Aidan Carroll
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RUBY FLOWER RECORDS/PRODUCTIONS
Ruby Flower Records is an Indie label based in two continents America in NYC and Europe. Its main aim is to promote Contemporary and Avant-garde music. CD-DVD recordings, films, CD sales of world famous jazz-players, actors and actresses, theatre, dance projects.. The label was founded by trumpeter Herb Robertson and Scientist Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez
She has been a catalyst for reaching out to the arts and music communities, seeking donations for the Dizzy Gillespie Memorial Fund and the cause who initiates Dr. Francis Forte. Fundraisers hosted in 2011 by Bill Cosby and in 2012 by Christopher Kennedy Lawford. The proprietor of the New York-based Ruby Flowers Records, which looms as a global forum for progressive-jazz artists, Dr. Ordonez is also a jazz and arts prophet who engages in special causes throughout the world, amid her numerous activities and keen social awareness of the many debacles facing jazz musicians.
Ana Isabel has been a recipient of multiple grants. She has a Doctor of Sciences degree, and is a writer, jazz editor, poet, independent filmmaker, music/art promoter and producer. She was educated in Europe and has lectured and cooperated in miscellaneous capacities throughout South America, Europe, Africa, East-Europe, Japan, China, New Zealand, Israel, South Africa... In 2004 she published a book on integrated pest management strategies in Luxembourg. She has also published numerous articles on the value of nature. Her last writing endeavors are concentrated on children books featuring her own illustrations.
Ruby Flower Productions supports art festivals and musicians (case by case).
MINISTERE DE LA CULTURE LUXEMBOURG
The Ministry of Culture of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is in charge of National and international cultural policy, Regional Cultural Development, Status of independent professional artist, Book of intermittent du spectacle, Promotion of artistic creation , National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO, Permanent Council Language Luxembourg , Council National Book, National Literary Competition, Office of music education, Higher Council of music .
The Ministry also drives Architectural Policy , Commission monitoring of religious buildings, Committee on National Sites and Monuments, Negotiation, signing and implementation of cultural agreements, Cultural cooperation inter - event "Luxembourg and Greater Region, European Capital of Culture 2007" - Francophonie, Coordination of national cultural institutes: National Archives , National Library, Casino, Forum for Contemporary Art , National Audiovisual Center, National Center for Literature, National Museum of History and Art, National Museum of Natural History, Service National Monuments and Sites , Institut Grand-Ducal. National Cultural Fund, Fund National audiovisual production support, Luxembourg Agency for Cultural Action , Foundation Henri Pensis , Foundation , Museum of Modern Art Grand Duke Jean , Fortress Museum , Radio socio-cultural 100.7, Cultural Centre Encounter, Neumünster Abbey, Concert Hall Great Duchessse Joséphine-Charlotte, Amplified Music Centre.
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