Friday 14 February
Space is the Place featuring Doek / The 2nd Stop is Jupiter
curated by Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti
21:00 – 03:00 @ De Ruimte
€ 6 – 18 sliding scale entrance
This edition is all about the DUO universe, that expands and contracts. Those one-on-one meetings which relentlessly shake our hearts. Lovers, ex lovers, wanna be lovers and 5th dimensional lovers, will be playing all night long. Welcome to this wondrous serenade!
DE COWBOY EN DE KLUIZENAAR
Arthur van Beek & Ank Daamen Kunstenaar – Visual arts
DUO – Songs
Eef Van Breen (compositie, trumpet, voice)
Eva Tebbe (Harp, voice)
Ada Rave in JazzNu
JazzNu has declared January 2020 to be tenor month. Along with Ab Baars, Mete Erker, Yuri Honing and Ties Mellema, Ada Rave is featured for her undeniable contribution to the Dutch sax scene, specifically for her solo playing. In this in-depth interview she talks about growing up in a small town in Patagonia, Argentina, riding horses and connecting with nature. We then follow her development, discovering jazz and picking up the saxophone, and everything that transpired to bring her and her music to Amsterdam.
Michael Moore – clarinet, alto saxophone
Harmen Fraanje – piano
Clemens van der Feen – bass
Gerry Hemingway – drums
Michael Moore’s Fragile Quartet has existed since 2007 and, as could be expected by the name, presents his music in the most intimate of settings. With every tour for the quartet, Michael composes new material and these concerts will explore compositions from the latest quartet album, “Cretan Dialogues“.
Jasper Stadhouders’ PolyBand
Saturday 7 September
TivoliVredenburg – Cloud Nine
22:30 – 00:00
“For years guitarist Jasper Stadhouders has been a sensation on the Amsterdam and international free improvisation scene, but his ambitions extend further. Gaudeamus is glad to help him realize his dreams by commissioning a work to be performed by his PolyBand. With PolyBand he brings together a large group of musician friends of his for a dizzying, unstoppable cocktail of krautrock, mathcore, cumbia and more. The gigantic band keeps switching between tight control and total surrender, in a 90-minute-long hypnotizing composition which could just as easily last 6 hours.
Third up in See you at The Market: Harald Austbø.
Harald Austbø is known for his creative and original contributions to the theater and music worlds as actor, singer and cellist. He is freakishly talented, equally at home serving the bass role in a jazz group as playing thoroughly notated melodic lines. Quite often, he’ll do both at the same time whilst beatboxing or improvising nonsense rap over top. Something of a highly dependable wild-card, he manages to provide rock solid support to any ensemble he performs with yet remain spontaneous, drawing on a wealth of influences from jazz, classical, rock, pop, samba, hip hop, spoken word, poetry, theater, performance art and improvisation of all sorts.