John Dikeman plays Angels’ Share

Posted on Jul 28, 2014 in News, Uncategorized

John DikemanAngels’ Share continues this Saturday 02 August with a solo performance by John  Dikeman. John will be moving throughout the various monumental sculptures of  Herbert Nouwen which are on display throughout Westerpark.

2 John Dikeman tenor sax
9 Ada Rave tenor sax
16 Oscar Jan Hoogland piano
23 Wilbert de Joode double bass
31 Bakfietsband Oscar Jan Hoogland piano, Jappe Groenendijk sax/text, Harald  Austbø cello, Jochem van Tol drums

Doek @ Vondelpark/bunker – July 27 hosted by John Dikeman

Posted on Jul 22, 2014 in News, Uncategorized

Reife_und_grüne_Bhut_JolokiaBBQ @ Vondelpark 15:00
Fresh meat courtesy of Nicolas Chienteroli, Ada Rave and Mark Morse
And featuring the worlds hottest chilli: The Bhut Jolokia

Music @ Vondelbunker 21:00
Donné et Desirée
Dead Neanderthals
Dagora featuring Phil Wood

For the July edition of Doek @ XYZ we will be enjoying the summer sun in Vondelpark for an afternoon bbq followed by three amazing live acts at the Vondelbunker.

Saturday, July 19 – Wolter Wierbos solo Angels’ Share at Westergasfabriek

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in News, Uncategorized

This Saturday Wolter Wierbos will be performing solo in Westergasfabriek as a part of Angels’ Share, a sculpture exhibition presenting the work of Herbert Nouwens. This exhibition features a different musical performance every Saturday until the final day of the exhibition on August 31.

King Ayisoba & EKE at Café de Ceuvel

Posted on Jul 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

Friday July 18th: 19:00 @ Café de Ceuvel: EKE, Harald Austbø, King Ayisoba and band.

King Ceuvel Poster 2014-1
A few weeks ago The Job played at the opening of a wonderful new place in Amsterdam Noord: De ceuvel.
Friday the 18th we are organizing another event there with EKE playing.


Posted on Jun 24, 2014 in Uncategorized


Trombone phenomenon Wolter Wierbos presents three sunday afternoon concerts at Amphora Art in July with a changing line-up on sax and guitar, alongside an exhibition of art by Armando, Lucebert, Karel Appel and Greet Weitenberg. As intermezzo, interpretations of chansons from the french singer Barbara.