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The raw material for the debut album of the young London-based pianist-composer Bruno Heinen's Dialogues Trio comes from a tune that has been playing in most of our heads since childhood.
Twinkle Twinkle has ten variations on the titular nursery rhyme in various wittily disguised forms that appear as small motifs and musical fragments played by each of the members of his piano trio. But the Twinkle melody is merely the trio's point of departure.
Heinen is contemporary in every sense of the word and mines the depth of his diverse influences throughout the recording.
"Twinkle Twinkle is filled with delightful melodies and exquisite playing. The music doesn't simply shine like a star, it flies, darts and swoops like a little bat. And it's all the better for it."Bruce Lindsay - All About Jazz
Bruno Heinen’s Dialogues Trio are joined by the supremely creative talents of Julian Siegel and world renowned tabla player Sirish Kumar to play a new set of compositions written specially for this occasion by Bruno and the group’s bassist Andrea Di Biase.
“Heinen sounds like the kind of erudite and curious new arrival destined to make a real difference” John Fordham - Guardian
"Heinen is a cool-headed and resourceful improviser with a beguiling touch...This is a striking debut that marks out Heinen's ensemble to be far more than just another piano trio." Tom Gray - London Jazz
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