Doek @ Zaal 100
Sunday 26 March
20:00 – free entry!
Ken Aldcroft – guitar
Scott Thomson – trombone
John Dikeman – saxophone
Kevin Shea – drums
We’re celebrating Koningsnacht with some amazing musicians from the New World. I’m sure they’ll wear orange though.
Ken Aldcroft and Scott Thomson have been performing together since 2005. In addition, they have worked together extensively as co-founders of the Association of Improvising Musicians Toronto (AIMToronto), a musicians’ collective that hosted many exceptional visiting musicians, including Evan Parker, William Parker, Eddie Prévost, Joe McPhee, and Urs Leimgruber, always in collaboration with Toronto musicians.
Brandon Seabrook is the guitar and banjo-shredding frontman of the raucous avant-thrash trio, Seabrook Power Plant. Mixing tweaked out hardcore with art rock improvisations where tech-metallic squelching converges with punk-jazz, his band’s two self-titled albums, Seabrook Power Plant I (2009) and Seabrook Power Plant II (2011), were released on Brooklyn’s Loyal Label. The Village Voice named him “NYC’s Best Guitarist of 2012″ and he has received national and international recognition in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Fret Board Journal and UK music journal The Wire.
Mary Oliver, violin, viola, hardanger fiddle, explores virtuosity in both scored and improvised music. Oliver (b. La Jolla, California) studied at San Francisco State University (Bachelor of Music), Mills College (Master of Fine Arts), and the University of California, San Diego, where she received a Ph.D for research in the theory and practice of improvised music.
As a soloist, Oliver has premiered works by, among others, Richard Barrett, John Cage, Chaya Czernowin, Brian Ferneyhough, Joëlle Léandre Liza Lim, George E.
De Perifeer is a polymorph platform for music, art, performance and experiment. An enclave in the atelier of Harco Rutgers, in Havenkwartier Deventer.
For more information visit the website of De Perifeer.
Hot House is one of the oldest jazz venues of The Netherlands. It has existed since 1969. More importantly, Hot House is a venue of adventurous and modern jazz, a favorite venue of young talented jazz musicians and jazz musicians of great international renown. Over the years Hot House has proved to be a nursery of jazz. And it still is.