The Orange Sunday jazz show in Cologne
The Orange Sunday was created by New York-based guitarist Oliver Doering who has jammed in jazz clubs
around the world, from San Francisco to Sydney or Mexico.
In addition to promoting his jazz quartet in New York, he runs art olive, a company that is unique Germany wide: A cultural center providing over 100 music rehearsal rooms in a converted warehouse space in Cologne.
On selected Sundays, the Orange Sunday show takes place at the Klub der Töne in art olive. For each show, Oliver combines a new, high quality house band.
A stylish jazz club with industrial flair
The Klub der Töne was inspired by some of New York's best jazz clubs like the Blue Note, Jazz Standard or Birdland.
The main room includes an open floor where you can sit up close to the band, and a small balcony level where you can relax in cozy couches while taking in the scene below.
Sit back, get a glass of wine and listen so some high quality jazz in the exciting atmosphere of the old industrial building.
Inspired by the NY jazz scene
What would New York be without its famous Jazz shows and sessions?
London, Paris and Amsterdam have vibrant music scenes with numerous options to see live jazz. Improvised music and unrehearsed sessions are part of social life.
Cologne, on the other hand, has never really developed a jazz culture - there are hardly any venues with regular events.
The idea was to offer a platform for musicians to play jazz in changing combinations of players and a fun venue for the audience to enjoy the spontaneous musical adventures.