Mark Chaet (Ukraine): Violine, Sergej Sweschinskij (Ukraine): Kontrabass, E-Stick-Bass, Svetoslav Karparov (Bulgaria): Piano, Hammondorgel + Adam Tomaszewski (Poland): Marimba, Percussion
1 - The Artist
Since 1995 the Trio Bravo+ really lives up to the reputation of their name and gives splashy concerts from Berlin to Bilbao. The violin player Marc Cheat and the double bass player Sergej Sweschinskij are the musical Heads of Trio Bravo. Through the virtuoso interpretation of traditional eastern European music the exceptional musicians develop their own style. Solid based musical craftsmanship as well as their composing skills combine classic and folk with pop and rock rhythms. The ingeniousness of their own compositions lies in the touching music which expresses the aspiration, the melancholy and the “joie de vivre” and without effort combines many different musical styles.
In 2002 the pianist and winner of numerous prices Svetoslav Karparov joint the band and the very energetic Adam Tomaszewski livens up the music with marimba and percussion. Since the fourth member joint the trio they now present themselves as Trio Bravo+
With their outstanding performances they brake through the barriers of Russian soul, philharmony and rock stages.
2 - The Music
In 2002 they were asked to compose new music to the silent movie “Menschen am Sonntag” for the 16th Jewish culture festival, Berlin. The composition picks up the light tempting mood of a summer day. The music sometimes is tender and innocent and another time really fast and energetic.
2 - The Movie
“People on a Sunday” (Berlin 1929) is seen as a masterpiece of German cinema. It was the first work of Billy Wilder, Robert Siodmak and Fred Zinnemann before they’ve moved to the United States and got famous in Hollywood.