ZOMeRJaZZFIeTSTOUR

Prologue

Friday 25 August 20.30

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prologue20.30

Groningen

Huis de Beurs, Akerkhof 4

GORAN KRMAC KVARTET (SI)

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Goran Krmac
tuba, electronics
Eduardo Raon
harp, electronics
Janez Dovc
accordion, electronics
Nino Mureškič
drums

When young Goran Krmac was a student at the Groningen conservatory, the tuba player was asked by his teacher Michael Moore to join Available Jelly. After a brief membership of this legendary band he decided to return to his native Slovenia, where he assembled an amazing quartet. His new Kvartet surprises, not only because of its unusual line-up (tuba with harp, accordion and percussion), but also because of its musical concept. With a subtle use of contemporary electronics Krmac's Kvartet offers an enchanting, cinematic mix of world music and modern jazz.

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prologue20.30

Groningen

Huis de Beurs, Akerkhof 4

BASSDRUMBONE (USA)

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Ray Anderson
trombone
Mark Helias
double bass
Gerry Hemingway
drums

It all started at the American east coast, in the town of New Haven. This is where three versatile young jazz cats met in a love for both New Orleans music and free jazz. It became an unusual line-up: trombone, double bass, drums. Forty years and some eight albums later they are celebrating their anniversary. With his soulful sound Ray Anderson has become a real trombone star. In the meantime bassist Mark Helias has been working steadily (with luminaries like Don Cherry, Ed Blackwell, Ellery Eskelin and Mark Feldman) and the unorthodox drummer Gerry Hemingway made a number of excellent albums as a leader, featuring the likes of Michael Moore and Wolter Wierbos. All through the years BassDrumBone kept up its unwavering and quirky music. And it has always been truly exciting.

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free entrance16.15

Noorderplantsoen Groningen

NOORDERZON, Podium op Zuid

AVA (I/TR/B)

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Guiseppe Doronzo
baritonsax
Esat Ekincioglu
double bass
Pino Basile
tamburello, cupa cupe
The Italian baritone saxophonist Giuseppe Doronzo has been cycling with us for some years now. First with the talented Michael Moore Pool, later with the experimental quartet Falga. And in between he was here with some Swiss musicians. Now he returns with his Ava trio, featuring the strong bassist Esat Ekincioglu (Kuhn Fu). Together with percussionist Pino Basile they will liven up the afternoon with Mediterranean rhythms. And the melancholic melodies form a fertile base for an agile improviser like Giuseppe Doronzo. His fellow-countryman Pino Basile will bring along a number of unusual instruments, including the cupa cupe, an Italian-type friction drum.
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free entrance23.00

Noorderplantsoen Groningen

NOORDERZON, Podium op Zuid

GOOD BAD UGLY (NL)

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Rinus Groeneveld
tenorsax
Jacko Schoonderwoerd
double bass
Victor de Boo
drums

Rinus Groeneveld has a predilection for a broad tenor sound. This became apparent in the 1980s, when he joined forces with JC Tans and Hans Dulfer in the ATO (Amsterdams Tenoren Onderzoek – Amsterdam Tenor Research). He also toured with his musical hero, tenor screaming and honking champion Big Jay McNeely. His tight rhythm section, Jacko Schoonderwoerd and Victor de Boo, has a past in bands led by saxophonist Sean Bergin (MOB, Nansika, Engelbewaarder Quartet). The repertoire of the new trio Good Bad Ugly largely consists of cowboy songs and Western movie themes.

ZomerJazzFietsTour 2017

Zaterdag 26 augustus

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set 112:30

set 213:45

Aduard

church

DANIEL ERDMANN VELVET REVOLUTION (D/F/UK)

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Daniel Erdmann
tenorsax
Théo Ceccaldi
violin, viola
Jim Hart
vibraphone

Five years ago Daniel Erdmann was present at the SJCT with Das Kapital, performing their takes on compositions by Hanns Eisler. His latest project sounds considerably milder: Velvet Revolution. In addition to the melodic saxophonist Erdmann it features the golden boy of the new French jazz: the energetic violinist Théo Ceccaldi. The British vibraphonist Jim Hart plays an important role in the line-up, too. They form a tightly-knit outfit, making a loose kind of chamber music, where glow worms will sometimes take off. Daniel Erdmann writes sympathetic, light-footed pieces as the starting point for fiery improvisations.

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1 lange set12:30

Leegkerk

church

GUISEPPE DORONZO AVA (I/TR/B)

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Guiseppe Doronzo
baritone sax
Esat Ekincioglu
double bass
Pino Basile
tamburello, cupa cupe

The Italian baritone saxophonist Giuseppe Doronzo has been cycling with us for some years now. First with the talented Michael Moore Pool, later with the experimental quartet Falga. And in between he was here with some Swiss musicians. Now he returns with his Ava trio, featuring the strong bassist Esat Ekincioglu (Kuhn Fu). Together with percussionist Pino Basile they will liven up the afternoon with Mediterranean rhythms. And the melancholic melodies form a fertile base for an agile improviser like Giuseppe Doronzo. His fellow-countryman Pino Basile will bring along a number of unusual instruments, including the cupa cupe, an Italian-type friction drum.

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1 lange set12:30

Noorderhoogebrug

Bezoekerscentrum Reitdiep

ARLING / MARIS / WIND (NL/B)

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Bart Maris
trumpets
Remco Wind
keyboards
Harry Arling
drums

Drummer Harry Arling has been active on the Groningen music scene since the 1980s. With his brother Gerry, he formed a ferocious rhythm tandem which supported guitarist Marc Ribot at the Les Trois Jours festival back in 1997. After this the Arling brothers went on to make youth theatre productions. Harry started specializing in his Kosmotroniks (science fiction miniatures). As a drummer he was the power house for many different groups: from All Ears and Baritone Madness to Electric Barbarian, where he met the Belgian trumpeter Bart Maris. He formed this new trio specially for the SJCT, and they will perform some pieces by Gerry Arling, among others.

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1 lange set12:30

Garnwerd

tent

VANBINSBERGEN PLAYSTATION (NL)

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Mete Erker
tenor sax, bass clarinet
Miguel Boelens
soprano sax, alto sax
Morris Kliphuis
horn, cornet
Joost Buis
trombone, lapsteel guitar
Albert Van Veenendaal
piano
Corrie Van Binsbergen
guitar
Dion Nijland
double bass
Yonga Sun
drums

Guitarist Corrie van Binsbergen has been on the road with her band Playstation for two years now. Having undertaken successful literary projects combining music with performances by poets and writers and producing the 'Brokken Middagen', a carte blanche series full of musical encounters at the Amsterdam Zaal 100 stage, she's back at composing for a large ensemble. The guitarist has not taken a new direction, but her music has been imbued with more depth. The Playstation pieces often feel like a soundtrack, using the timbres of her band. And with the eight-piece all-star line-up this is a guaranteed success.

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1 lange set12:30

Feerwerd

barn Hans

HAN BENNINK 75 THe qUaRTeT: HERMAN / BEETS / JACOBS / BENNINK (NL)

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Ben Herman
alto sax
Peter Beets
piano
Ruud Jacobs
double bass
Han Bennink
drums

Not many people will have failed to notice that Han Bennink turned 75 this year. He will be performing at the SJCT with the Dutch Impro Academy and with this super quartet. At the age of 22 Han was drumming in pianist Pim Jacobs's trio. There is a wonderful YouTube film where guitarist Wes Montgomery (guesting with the trio) is looking with amusement at the sweaty antics of young Han. Nowadays Bennink is performing with 79-year-old bassist Ruud Jacobs in pianist Peter Beets's trio. Add alto saxophonist Benjamin Herman and you will get a hard-swinging band.
Happy birthday once again, Han, from all of us!

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set 112:45

set 214:00

Aduard

factory

ZIV TAUBENFELDBONES (ISR)

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Ziv Taubenfeld
bass clarinets
Shay Hazan
double bass
Nir Sabag
drums

Just like Giuseppe Doronzo, Marta Warelis and Esat Ekincioglu bass clarinettist Ziv Taubenfeld was part of an exceptionally creative class at the Groningen conservatory, shining in the Michael Moore Pool. They tried out their ideas in the club Il Sole in Cantina, resulting in strong band concepts (like Kuhn Fu and Jorrit Westerhof's 3times7). But the way Ziv Taubenfeld sounds in his own Bones Trio is one of a kind. The three Israelis have found a unique, collective way of making music, in which each step in their improvisations seems logical. Improvised music with a high zen content.

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set 113:15

set 214:30

Adorp

church

VERTIGO TROMBONE QUARTET (SUI/D)

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Nils Wogram
trombone
Bernhard Bamert
trombone
Andreas Tschopp
trombone
Jan Schreiner
trombone

What is greater than a trombone? Four trombones! This Zürich trombone quartet sounds like a bell. The group sound has been sharpened with Swiss precision ever since 2014. So far the band has released two albums exploding with craftsmanship. The best-known band member is Nils Wogram. With his impeccable technique, he is one of the most important modern jazz trombonists in Europe. Wogram has been very successful with his band Root 70 and the Nostalgia Trio. He also performed at the SJCT 2013 with pianist Simon Nabatov. For The Netherlands, the Vertigo Trombone Quartet is a well-kept secret. A perfect start for the Slide Route.

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set 113:30

set 214:45

Oostum

church

STEVE BERESFORD / LUC HOUTKAMP/ MARTIN BLUME (NL/D/UK)

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Luc Houtkamp
tenorsax
Steve Beresford
piano
Martin Blume
drums

The British pianist Steve Beresford performed at the Oostum church with the famous Melody Four (featuring Lol Coxhill and Tony Coe) as far back as 1996. In 2001 he returned with Coxhill and Han Bennink. Time for a renewed encounter with this icon of the London jazz and pop scene (The Flying Lizards). A peak in his extensive discography is the Avant CD 'Signals for Tea', on which Beresford is joined by John Zorn's Masada. This time the intriguing pianist shows up as a guest with saxophonist Luc Houtkamp (POW Ensemble) and the German percussionist Martin Blume. Warning: This is European improv for experienced listeners!

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set 114:00

set 215:15

Hekkum

barn

ALEX SIMU QUINTET (RO/D/NL)

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Alex Simu
clarinets
George Dumitriu
guitar, violin, electronics
Franz von Chossy
piano, accordion
Bert van Erk
double bass
Kristijan Krajncan
cello, drums

Alex Simu is best known as a member of Arifa, which plays music from the Arab world. But the Romanian clarinettist is also regularly on tour with various other outfits. In the 1990s he studied at the Groningen conservatory and performed in weekly sessions at the famous jazz bar De Spieghel. His Quintet is based in Amsterdam and has been active for two years now. Influences from Eastern Europe and the Middle East play a major role in the music for this outfit, especially in the melancholic atmosphere that his compositions evoke. The starting point for the band's improvisations may well be a random street scene, somewhere in Bucharest. Images are tastefully translated into music.

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set 114:00

set 215:15

Fransum

church

GOOD BAD UGLY (NL)

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Rinus Groeneveld
tenorsax
Jacko Schoonderwoerd
double bass
Victor de Boo
drums

Rinus Groeneveld has a predilection for a broad tenor sound. This became apparent in the 1980s, when he joined forces with JC Tans and Hans Dulfer in the ATO (Amsterdams Tenoren Onderzoek – Amsterdam Tenor Research). He also toured with his musical hero, tenor screaming and honking champion Big Jay McNeely. His tight rhythm section, Jacko Schoonderwoerd and Victor de Boo, has a past in bands led by saxophonist Sean Bergin (MOB, Nansika, Engelbewaarder Quartet). The repertoire of the new trio Good Bad Ugly largely consists of cowboy songs and Western movie themes. The Wild West starts in Fransum City.

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set 114:15

set 215:30

Ezinge

Wierdenland

DUTCH IMPRO ACADEMY

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Led by:
Han Bennink, Anne Laberge, Oscar Jan Hoogland, Wilbert de Joode, Michael Moore en Mary Oliver

Young improvisers from all over the world, between the ages of 18 and 32, have registered for the Dutch Impro Academy. They will be working with musicians from Stichting Doek and the ICP Orchestra at the The Hague conservatory for an entire week. The project will be concluded with two concerts, at the Amsterdam Bimhuis and at the SJCT.

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set 114:15

set 215:30

Aduard

Harkema

SEBI TRAMONTANA / FRANK GRATKOWSKI (I/D)

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Sebi Tramontana
trombone
Frank Gratkowski
bass clarinet, bes clarinets, alto sax

'Sebi Tramontana seems to be able to do anything he likes on trombone – he can even make it sound like another instrument.' (Eugene Chadbourne, AllMusic) This Italian trombonist has an original style and a great sound. In the 1990s he stunned audiences with his solos in the all-star Italian Instabile Orchestra. Later he worked with pianist Georg Graewe and bassist Joëlle Léandre. He is the perfect partner for Berlin reedist Frank Gratkowski. His discography mentions some 24 albums since 1991. Ever since 1999 he has been performing with Sebi as a duo. Making use of extended techniques the duo achieves staggering improvisations. For improv connoisseurs.

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set 114:30

set 215:45

Den Ham

church

CONNY BAUER SOLO (D)

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Conny Bauer
trombone

Can you listen to a single trombone for 45 minutes? Yes, you can if it's Conny Bauer. Officially named Konrad Bauer (1943) worked somewhat isolated in East-Berlin. It wasn't until 1973 that he performed in West-Germany with the Zentralquartett. He then joined forces with his brother Johannes Bauer in the outfit Doppelmoppel. He performed with most of the European improv greats. At the 2003 SJCT he gave a legendary concert with bassist Barre Phillips and drummer Günter Baby Sommer. In 2010 he performed as a duo with his brother Johannes (who passed away last year). A Conny Bauer solo concert is a unique experience. If you can manage to delve into his sound, it will feel like a warm blanket.

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set 114:45

set 216:00

Den Ham

barn Huizinga

GORAN KRMAC KVARTET (SI)

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Goran Krmac
tuba, electronics
Eduardo Raon
harp, electronics
Janez Dovc
accordion, electronics
Nino Mureškič
drums

When young Goran Krmac was a student at the Groningen conservatory, the tuba player was asked by teacher Michael Moore to join Available Jelly. After a brief membership of this legendary band he decided to return to his native Slovenia, where he assembled an amazing quartet. His new Kvartet surprises, not only because of its unusual line-up (tuba with harp, accordion and percussion), but also because of its musical concept. With a subtle use of contemporary electronics Krmac's Kvartet offers an enchanting, cinematic mix of world music and modern jazz.

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set 115:45

set 217:00

Frytum

barn

CORONADO (F)

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Gilles Coronado
guitar
Matthieu Metzger
alto sax, electronics
Antonin Rayon
hammond B3, keyboards
Franck Vaillant
drums, electronics

The French guitarist Gilles Coronado obviously loves English jazz rock from the 1970s. When he performed with the band Melc in Dick's barn, nine years ago, it distinctly smelled of Robert Wyatt's Matching Mole. In his new outfit Coronado the smell of King Crimson sometimes comes wafting out. What you may expect is a compact band sound featuring weird guitar lines, a jazzy alto saxophonist with a predilection for Steve Coleman and meaty organ riffs, propelled by a brilliant drummer, Franck Vaillant. There's nothing wrong with the golden years. In France progrock is still being sold over the counter.

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set 115:45

set 217:00

Garnwerd

tent

WORKSHOP DE LYON 1967-2017 LE MICENTAIRE (F)

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Fred Roudet
trumpet, flugelhorn
Jean Aussanaire
saxophones
Jean Bolcato
double bass
Christian Rollet
drums

In 1967, when the Instant Composers Pool was born in Amsterdam things started to rumble in Lyon, too. It was the year that the free jazz collective Workshop de Lyon was first heard of. In 1977 the musicians joined forces in ARFI (Association à la Recherche d'un Folklore Imaginaire). The young Louis Sclavis joined the association and was immediately recruited by the Workshop de Lyon. By then the band was no longer a workshop, but a quartet featuring the most talented musicians from Lyon's modern jazz scene. The rhythm section still consists of the old guys from 50 years ago. (In 1991 the Workshop de Lyon was the starting point for the Les Trois Jours festival at the Groningen Grand Theatre, but that's a different story).

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set 115:30

set 216:45

Sauwerd

Onstaheerd

THE STILL (D)

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Rico Repotente
guitar
Derek Shirley
double bass
Steve Heather
drums

The Still is an international ensemble that operates from Berlin. The Australian drummer Steve Heather is perhaps best known in jazz cycling country for his work with reedist Tobias Delius and bassist Joe Williamson in Booklet. The new guitar trio features a Canadian bassist and a German on guitar. The Necks pianist Chris Abrahams sometimes guests with the band, and that might give you an idea of the music. They churn out hypnotic, minimalist, unhurried grooves. Guitarist Rico Repotente sounds like Gabor Szabo on acid. In Berlin, The Still has already gained the reputation of a cult band, and now it's Sauwerd's turn to experience the same.

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set 116:00

set 217:15

Klein Wetsinge

church

WILBERT DE JOODE CORE TRIO (NL/PL)

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Marta Warelis
piano
Wilbert de Joode
double bass
Onno Govaert
drums

This trio is one of the bands with which Wilbert de Joode is touring to celebrate the fact that he was awarded the 2016 Boy Edgar Prize (the most important Dutch jazz award). Unfortunately, the Core and More tour didn't visit Groningen. So, for people from Groningen this is a great opportunity to experience the power of improvised music at its best. A course in listening for both the musicians and the audience. The bassist has picked two young musicians for his trio. Pianist Marta Warelis moved from Groningen to Amsterdam two years ago and immediately joined the hardcore improv scene of the Dutch capital. Drummer Onno Govaert has been around a bit longer. With his cohorts, guitarist Jasper Stadhouders and saxophonist John Dikeman he already made two US tours as Cactus Truck.

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set 116:00

set 217:15

Ezinge

church

WOLTER WIERBOS / KRIS DEFOORT (NL/B)

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Wolter Wierbos
trombone
Kris Defoort
piano

Of course, the Slide Route wouldn't be complete without Wolter Wierbos. As a young trombonist was scouted by multi-instrumentalist Harry de Wit when he was still studying in Groningen. Since 1979 Wierbos has been based in Amsterdam, where he has been involved in important ensembles led by Theo Loevendie, JC Tans, Guus Janssen and Maarten Altena. With the ICP Orchestra he travels around the world. Wolter opted for a duo concert with Kris Defoort, a Belgian pianist who deserves wider recognition in The Netherlands. He composed music for the theatre (LOD, Gent) and opera (Guy Cassiers), but he also wrote for string quartets. As an improviser, he released albums with Mark Turner and Jim Black. He will be an exciting partner for the versatile Wierbos.

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set 116:15

set 217:30

Oostum

church

GLERUM OMNIBUS (NL)

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Timothy Blanchet
piano
Ernst Glerum
double bass
Jamie Peet
drums

ICP bassist Ernst Glerum's own project Omnibus is something completely different. The 2009 version of Omnibus, which performed at Garnwerd, featured pianist Ruben Hein and drummer Joost Patocka. In later versions Glerum started playing the piano in his trio. The latest Omnibus recording, Handful, however, has Glerum back at the double bass. And he is swinging hard. The outfit, featuring the highly talented youngsters Timothy Blanchet and Jamie Peet, sometimes seems to summon the spirit of Ramsey Lewis, but pianist Blanchet has the entire history of jazz in his back pocket. The light-footed piano trio is therefore met with enthusiasm everywhere.

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set 116:30

set 217:45

Niehove

church

THÉO CECCALDI TRIO (F)

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Théo Ceccaldi
violin, alto violin
Guillaume Aknine
guitar
Valentin Ceccaldi
cello

Now and again a young French musician is called the new revelation. The French seem to have hit the nail on the head about Théo Ceccaldi. On stage the 28-year-old violinist bursts with energy. His decisiveness also shows from his seven groups, which he has bundled into a tri-collective. In addition, he is also featured in some ten other ensembles with various young musicians. The musicianship of this French busy bee is perhaps best featured in his own string trio. In this he is joined on stage by his brother, cellist Valentin Ceccaldi, and guitarist Guillaume Aknine. You may expect three virtuosos, who can easily hop from one genre to the next. A joy for the ear.

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set 117:00

set 218:15

Garnwerd

De Doorrit

Hilary Jeffery & MULLET (D)

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Hilary Jeffery
trombone
Tobias Delius
tenorsax, klarinet
Charly Birkenhauer
vibraphone

The all-round British trombonist Hilary Jeffery (1971) is based in Berlin. He makes music in widely ranging musical genres. From techno to improv, from afro beat to rock. In the jazz area, he has worked with Jimi Tenor and Paul Dunmall. His trombone mentor was James Fulkerson. With saxophonist Tobias Delius he was in the band Apa Ini and since 2010 in the Mullet Trio, which regularly surfaces in the Berlin underground circuit. Very little is known about vibist Charly Birkenhauer. David Cohen (Jazzenzo) heard Mullet in the Berlin club Aufsturz: 'The band plays a curious mixture of harsh dissonants, beautiful harmonies and fragile beauty.' In Garnwerd the Mullet Trio goes above ground for the first time.

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set 117:30

set 218:45

Feerwerd

church

LOEK DIKKER / FRIEDMAR HITZER, 40 YEARS WATERLAND (NL)

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Friedmar Hitzer
violin
Loek Dikker
piano

In 1977 pianist/composer Loek Dikker started his Waterland Trio. It was an unusual combination of piano, sax (Leo van Oostrom) and drums (Pierre Courbois). 40 years ago he recorded the album 'Domesticated Doomsday Machine' for his own Waterland label, sporting an iconic seventies album sleeve. The trio performed regularly until Dikker started to concentrate on his activities as a composer of film music. For a number of years the famous Waterland Trio is back on the road again. In Feerwerd, however, Loek Dikker has invited Zapp4 violinist Friedmar Hitzer to join him for a duo concert.

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set 117:30

set 218:45

Krassum

barn

JOHN DIKEMAN / WILLIAM PARKER / HAMID DRAKE (NL/USA)

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John Dikeman
tenor sax
William Parker
double bass
Hamid Drake
drums

The American saxophonist John Dikeman arrived in Amsterdam in 2007 from a small town in Wyoming, by way of New York and Cairo. His energetic tenor sax sound found fertile soil with the second generation of the Amsterdam improv scene. John Dikeman takes along a famous rhythm section to Krassum. Bassist William Parker and drummer Hamid Drake are the Sly & Robbie of American free jazz. From the 1980s they have recorded over a hundred albums together and the list of their musical partners reads like a Who's Who of recent jazz history. Albert Ayler fans definitely shouldn't miss this concert.

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set 117:30

set 218:45

Saaksum

barn

BERT VAN ERK 22 what's new? 69 it's fine! (NL)

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Jan Schoemaker
alto sax, flute
Gertie Bruin
accordion
René van Astenrode
vibraphone
Bert van Erk
double bass
Sebastian Demydczuk
drums

In 1970 bassist Bert van Erk had a composition in mind which he never finished. Back in the day, while still playing the guitar, he had taken part in MEV (Musica Elettronica Viva), an international ensemble, based in Rome featuring Steve Lacy, Fredric Rzewski and Richard Teitelbaum. In 1973 he switched to double bass and joined (recently deceased) saxophonist Gijs Hendriks's band. He also performed with jazz greats like Dexter Gordon and Johnny Griffin. Bert van Erk is now 69 years old and has been operating from Groningen for the past 24 years. Now it's time to finally execute this darned musical plan he had in mind when he was 22. We can hardly wait.

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set 117:30

set 218:45

Oldehove

church

STEVEN KAMPERMAN / VALENTIN CLASTRIER (NL/F)

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Steven Kamperman
clarinets, soprano sax
Valentin Clastrier
hurdy-gurdy

In the 1990s hurdy-gurdy player Valentin Clastrier started the French ensemble Le Bûcher des Silences. This by now almost forgotten sextet reshaped European jazz with virtuoso injections of medieval folk music and contemporary classical music. This new music was a major influence on the Utrecht clarinettist Steven Kamperman. Two years ago, we invited him with a trio featuring violist Oene van Geel and Le Bûcher tuba player Michel Godard. Considering the tracks on the fantastic album 'Fabuloseries' the duo with Valentin Clastrier approximates the Le Bûcher des Silences magic even more. Let yourself be carried away by this wonderful music.

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set 118:30

set 218:45

set 321:00

Garnwerd

church

BASSDRUMBONE, 40TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR THE LONG ROAD (USA)

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Ray Anderson
trombone
Mark Helias
double bass
Gerry Hemingway
drums

BassDrumBone is an unusual trio with an extraordinary sound. Their first album dates back to 1977 and they're still making their exceptional music. That may not come as a surprise, considering the extensive musical careers of each of the band members. All three of them greatly contributed to the development of modern jazz. Ray Anderson has been a steady number one in the Downbeat Critics Poll as the world's best trombonist. His blues-drenched sound can be heard on albums by Dr John and John Scofield. Bassist Mark Helias has also a mainstay in new jazz since the beginning of his musical career. He worked in bands led by the likes of Don Cherry, Ed Blackwell and Dewey Redman. And the idiosyncratic drummer Gerry Hemingway is a formidable band leader. BassDrumBone makes music for head, heart and belly.

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set 118:30

set 219:45

Feerwerd

barn Hans

NJJO / ANTON GOUDSMIT

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Sena's Nationaal Jeugd Jazz Orkest olv. Anton Goudsmit

Trumpets
Bart van der List, Bram Hartwig, Lourens van der Zwaag, Ian Cleaver
Trombones
Yavin Groenewegen, Gregor Sperzel, Maarten Combrink, Berend van Gurp
saxophones
Mo van der Does, Koos Zuilhof, Jesse Schilderink, Paul van de Calseijde, Jessie Breve
guitar
Olivier van Niekerk
Piano, keyboards
Manuel Wouthuysen
Bas
Freek Mulder
Drums
Tim Hennekes
percussion, drums
Pepijn Tusveld

The Dutch National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NJJO) blasted from Hans's barn with its previous leaders, Eric Vloeimans and Martin Fondse at the helm. Now it's guitarist Anton Goudsmit's turn to get the twenty-piece band going. The NJJO is assembled from the greatest Dutch jazz talents under the age of 25. Under Anton Goudsmit's guidance the selected musicians complete a big band coaching schedule, featuring specially composed and arranged music by Goudsmit. The star guitarist is one of the co-founders of The Ploctones and the chamber jazz quartet Estafest.

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set 122:00

set 223:15

Garnwerd

tent

RONALD SNIJDERS BAND

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Ronald Snijders
flute, vocals
Franklin Caesar
tenor sax, bass clarinet
Robby Alberga
guitar
Glenn Gaddum
keyboards
Randy Winterdal
bas
Walther Muringen
drums, vocals
Giovanni Essed
percussion

Things are going well for flutist and kaseko specialist Ronald Snijders. He provided a warm breeze at the Liberation Festival in the cool Groningen Stadspark in May of this year. He has been nominated for a Grammy for his latest album and now he will host a rhythm fest in the Garnwerd festival tent. Cheerful Surinam kaseko melodies will mix with heavy funk. It will be impossible to stand still.