For this exclusive concert at National Sawdust, Stephane Wrembel will treat the audience to an intimate solo performance of 17 Django Reinhardt guitar preludes.
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In 2019, Stephane Wrembel released recordings (and, in 2021, transcriptions) for Django L’Impressionniste, a collection of 17 preludes for solo guitar that Django Reinhardt recorded between 1937 and 1950. Over the course of nearly four years, Wrembel became the first and only interpreter of Reinhardt’s compositions to perform these pieces and collect them into one definitive masterwork. For this exclusive concert at National Sawdust, Wrembel will treat the audience to an intimate solo performance of all 17 preludes in a single sitting.
Stephane Wrembel is quite simply one of the finest guitar players in the world. The breadth and range of his playing and compositions are unmatched. This prolific musician, originally hailing from France but a New Jersey resident for the past two decades, has been releasing a steady stream of music since 2002 and has truly made his mark as one of the most original guitar voices in contemporary music. David Fricke at Rolling Stone called him “a revelation.” His live performance is unparalleled, and Wrembel has toured with master violinist Mark O’Connor and shared stages with everyone from Sam Bush, Stochelo Rosenberg, Esperanza Spalding, and Al Di Meola. In 2003, Wrembel created his own annual event, Django A Gogo Music Festival and Guitar Camp, where he and others influenced by Django Reinhardt celebrate the Sinti guitar style. The Gitane guitar company has named a model after him.