Guitarist Pat Metheny is one of the most influential all-round musicians of the past three decades. His music is so versatile. A world of difference lies between Norah Jones' Don't Know Why on the CD One Quiet Night, played by Metheny on an acoustic baritone guitar, and the extremely avant-gardist "noise" on his own album Zero Tolerance for Silence. Between those two opposites, Metheny occupies himself with his traditional jazz guitar trio, film soundtracks, Brazilian rhythms in unusual time signatures and finger exercises on musical instruments developed by himself, such as the 42-string Pikasso guitar. The leitmotiv in Metheny's music is his lyrical, folk-inspired composition style. On his last album, Daytrip, he plays together with the astonishing bass player Christian McBride and the talented drummer Antonio Sanchez. Besides a concert with this trio, Metheny will also perform with Gary Burton and in 'Pat Metheny Talks' he will shine his light on jazz and everything related to it.