UPCOMING DATES

LO-LANDERS

LO-LANDERS

THE FIRST OF OUR GOING DUTCH/JPN COLLABORATIONS

Oene Van Geel/Fraser Fifield Scottish/Dutch Sextet

https://vimeo.com/314294855
https://www.fraserfifield.com/fraser_fifield_and_graeme_stephen/
http://markoene.nl/

Premiered at Celtic Connections, Glasgow on 22 January.  Booking in the Netherlands and for JPN/Going Dutch

7 June:  DJAZZ, Durham City Jazz Festival
8 June:   Nijmegen, Music Meeting
19 June: Sheffield, The Lescar
20 June: Ambleside, Zeffirellis
21 June:  Glasgow Jazz Festival
23 June: Newcastle – Jazz North East
24 June: Bath, All Of The Above
26 June: Amsterdam, Bimhuis
27 June: Rotterdam, InJazz

Co-funded by Creative Scotland

JOOST LIJBAART’S UNDER THE SURFACE

JOOST LIJBAART’S UNDER THE SURFACE

https://joostlijbaart.com/groups/under-the-surface/

Drummer Lijbaart (known for his work with Yuri Honing amongst others) with his new trio featuring Sanne Rambags (vocals) and Bram Stadhouders (guitar and electronics) – a great success on tour for Going Dutch in Scotland in February 2018 and at Manchester Jazz Festival in July 2018.

20 June:  Cambridge
21 June: Eyemouth
22 June: Glasgow Jazz Festival
23 June: Newcastle – Jazz North East
24 June: London – The Vortex
25 June: Harwich Festival

TRISTAN

TRISTAN

http://www.tristanmusic.eu/

“Dutch jazz-fusion and soul at its finest” already introduced to audiences in England in summer and autumn 2018 to lots of interest – in gigs ranging from the Tall Ships festival in Sunderland to Black Mountain Jazz in Abergavenny.

AVAILABLE for other bookings around these dates:

2 October: Hampstead
3 October:
Ambleside, Zeffirellis
4
October: Southampton, The Brook
5 October: Swansea
6 October: Colchester Arts Centre

Tin Men and the Telephone

Tinmen and the Telephone

Tin Men and the Telephone 

http://tinmenandthetelephone.com/

The piano trio that brought the smartphone into jazz – rave reviews from Ronnie Scott’s last summer and Gateshead Jazz Festival this year – coming to the UK again in 2019 to work on their new digital project.

6 September: Aldeburgh

Available dates 4,5,7,8 September
Available: 17 – 24 November

Hear this great band at one of these gigs with our compliments – just email  goingdutch@jazzpromotionnetwork.org.uk  with your request.

AND ….

Although the 2016-2019 Going Dutch programme is drawing to a close, our partnership with Dutch Performing Arts and our interest in their thriving jazz scene will continue.  JPN’s Going Dutch administrator Nod Knowles can liaise with promoters and artists and offer advice about contacts and sources of support.  If artists on the list of Dutch artists here – or any others, including those featured in our 2016-2019 section  – are of interest, just email goingdutch@jazzpromotionnetwork.org.uk and we’ll do our best to help.

 

SANNE SANNE (Sanne Huijbregts)
http://sannehuijbregts.com/contact/
https://youtu.be/wxY65tOwNYo
Vocalist previously with EvenSanne, as heard in great voice via JPN/Going Dutch in Manchester and Leeds in 2017 – now with her own new solo project incorporating her own accompaniment on vibraphone and loopstation.

SPOKEN+2
https://www.spokenquartet.nl/
https://youtu.be/qg5U8sWaIsc
Inventive, eclectic saxophone quartet – heard and admired by JPN members in Rotterdam last autumn – with a project adding percussionist Friso van Wijck and vocalist Sanne Huijbregts.

 

REIJSEGER/FRAANJE/SILLA
http://reijsegerfraanjesylla.com/about/
Another trio that has blown JPN members away on visits to the Netherlands (and rare gigs here such as London Jazz Festival and the 2018 Bray Jazz Festival in Ireland).  “The renowned cellist Ernst Reijseger, pianist Harmen Fraanje and Senegalese singer-percussionist Mola Sylla are able to create their own language on stage like no one else – best described as the perfect amalgam of jazz, African songs and classical music.”

REINIER BAAS/BEN VAN GELDER
http://www.reinierbaas.com/
http://www.benvangelder.com
Guitarist with a number of projects – seen and heard on JPN visits to the Bimhuis and Newcastle’s JazzNorthEast – in duo here with ace alto saxophonist van Gelder.

KAPOK
http://www.kapokmusic.com
http://kapok-music.bandcamp.com/album/glass-to-sand
A revelation in their Going Dutch tour here in autumn 2017, Kapok are: Morris Kliphuis – french horn, cornet, synthesizer; Timon Koomen – guitar; and Remco Menting – drums, percussion, vibraphone. The band is known for their rhythmic fireworks and infectious interaction, and for the fierce, unpredictable energy of their live shows – and their very unusual instrumentation. There is no bass, Remco Menting’s drum kit is one of a kind, and Timon Koomen conjures up colourful sound worlds on his guitar. Kliphuis, one of the few jazz hornists, sings, growls and grooves on his instrument as if it was made for jazz.

SIETSKE
http://sietske-roscamabbing-qa8k.squarespace.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mh24XrOTyyc&feature=youtu.be

Award winning frontrunner of a new generation of vocalists in the Netherlands, Sietske Roscam Abbing – with her band of piano, bass, guitar and drums – has made a strong impression with JPN members and Netherlands promoters alike.

ESTAFEST
http://estafest.com/       https://soundcloud.com/estafest
Four of the most eccentric improvisers in the Dutch music scene. Anton Goudsmit (guitar), Oene van Geel, (viola), Jeroen van Vliet (piano) & Mete Erker (saxophones).
“Three of them have won the prestigious jazz music award VPRO Boy Edgar Prize. All of them are constantly creating highly original music in diverse and international projects.”

ARTVART SAXOPHONE QUARTET
http://www.artvarksq.com/
Frontrunners in the genre and also teaming up with the UK’s Apollo Saxophone Quartet – with the next Artvark/Apollo double quartet album newly recorded and shortly to be released.

MICHAEL MOORE QUARTET
http://www.doek.org/project/michael-moore-quartet/
ICP’s (and available Jelly’s) alto saxophonist and clarinettist, with his own long-standing group of veteran Dutch improvisers:  Harmen Fraanje – piano;  Clemens van der Feen – double bass; and Michael Vatcher – drums.

DUMITRIO
http://georgedumitriu.com/dumitrio/
George Dumitriu – guitar, viola, violin, Mattia Magatelli – contrabass, electric bass and Kristijan Krajnčan – drums, cello – all now resident in the Netherlands and representing the European diversity of the Dutch scene with compositions and improvisations tinged with Dumitriu’s Romanian heritage.

TOMMY MOUSTACHE
http://www.tommymoustache.com/
Idiosyncratic Rotterdam-based quartet – featured in the prestigious 12Points Festival: “Tommy Moustache enjoy defying critics and audiences alike with their ineffable brand of raw instrumental jazz with a healthy dollop of funk”

DOMINIC J MARSHALL TRIO
http://dominicjmarshall.com/
with Dominic (piano – yes, a British lad but a Dutch resident now!) + Jamie Peet (drums) & Glen Gaddum (bass) – who toured for Going Dutch in early 2018 plus a coveted place on 12Points.