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Beloved American powerhouse returns in a new form. Chris Speed tenor saxophone, Ben Monder guitar, Reid Anderson double bass, Dave King drums The Bad Plus has been pushing the boundaries of jazz for over twenty years. The American formation instantly became famous with their imaginative interpretations of music outside the genre, from pop and punk to classical and avant-garde, from Nirvana via Aphex Twin to Ligeti and Stravinsky. With this approach they have successfully set a new standard. The Bad Plus has a reputation for hyper-energetic performances and is loved all over the world because of that, by fans of all genres. In 2022 the group returns in a new form. The piano was replaced by guitar and tenor sax, played by renowned masters. Guitarist Ben Monder has previously collaborated with, among others, Maria Schneider, Paul Motian, and David Bowie. Saxophonist Chris Speed played with, among others, John Zorn, Craig Taborn, and Kurt Rosenwinkel.

BIMHUIS Radio Live Concert: Julian Lage Trio


Julian Lage Trio This concert was live on July 13th, 2018. The sound of the recent album Modern Lore by Julian Lage was inspired by the time when country, jazz and rock ’n’ roll were in their ‘wild-west period’, when people were dancing and singing to it, according to the American guitarist who took up the timeless Fender Telecaster for the recordings. Still, the music sounds contemporary, thanks to the unadorned sound and the catchy double bass and drum grooves. At the BIMHUIS, Julian Lage will perform with bassist Jorge Roeder and drummer Eric Doob. Last June, Julian Lage was elected ‘Rising Star Jazz Artist’ in the famous Downbeat Critics Poll 2018. ‘A virtuosic swirl of twangy textures and gritty grooves that cry Americana with a postmodern twist’ (Downbeat). Julian Lage: guitar, Jorge Roeder: bass, Eric Doob: drums Link to the full Article: 🤍 Social Media Links! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Mixcloud: 🤍

BIMHUIS TV Presents: Tcha Limberger Trio


Django Amsterdam The best of international gypsy jazz, with the versatile musical genius Tcha Limberger Tcha Limberger Trio: Tcha Limberger violin/vocals/guitar, Benjamin Clement guitar, Csikós Vilmos bass Top players from the international gypsy jazz world will unite for the ninth edition of Django Amsterdam. Every year the festival is dedicated to the birthday of guitar icon Django Reinhardt, originator of gypsy jazz, or swing manouche. The Saturday evening concert features a musical journey by multi-instrumentalist Tcha Limberger, preceded by the quartet of guitar virtuoso Don Vink. Tcha Limberger sings, plays violin, and tells some of the most beautiful anecdotes from his rich musical past. The repertoire of the blind multi-instrumentalist is vast: songs and instrumentals by Django and other Manouche and Sinti artists, plus everything the trio can handle, such as Hungarian, Romanian, Transylvanian, Serbian, and Greek songs. Tcha was born into one of the great lineages of gypsy jazz. His father Vivi was a member of the now-legendary Waso with Fapy Lafertin and Koen De Cauter. His grandfather, the violinist Piotto Limberger was a contemporary of Django, and he was among the first generation of performers to play Django’s repertoire with a gypsy twist. Bimhuis Production: Audio: Marc Schots, Video: Micha de Kanter, Lights: Misha Pipercic , Stage Sound: Ruben Kieftenbelt

Bimhuis Radio Live Concert - ADHD


This concert was live on the 10th of March 2019. This Icelandic foursome excels in atmospheric, rock-based improvisations with prominent tenor sax and raw electric guitar. ‘An instrumental trip’ (de Volkskrant). ADHD is the band featuring the brothers Óskar and Ómar Guðjónsson. Óskar is also part of Malamutute, the band led by Jim Black that performed at the BIMHUIS last year. Ómar is a perfect match on electric bass and guitar, with which he can give fine distorted solos. ADHD’s organic improvisations lead towards a music that is simultaneously exciting and calming, backed by the trance-like rock beats of drummer Magnús Trygvason Eliassen . On top of that, Davíð Þór Jónsson draws a colorful layer of Hammond, synth and piano. All fout members are well-known players in the Icelandic jazz and improv communities. ‘Raw guitar sounds and exciting rhythms interchange with the subtle, modest lines of the tenor sax. A dynamic quartet’ (Jazzism). Óskar Guðjónsson sax, Ómar Guðjónsson guitars/bass guitars, Davíð Þór Jónsson hammond organ/moogs/Rhodes piano/piano/bass, Magnús Trygvason Eliassen drums.



Scandinavian jazz with a timeless character. Tord Gustavsen piano/electronics, Steinar Raknes bass/electronics, Jarle Vespestad drums Norwegian pianist Tord Gustavsen grew up on the countryside and learned how to play in church. Traces of this upbringing can be heard on the albums he released on the renowned ECM label. For example, he has adapted Norwegian hymns as well as Bach chorals. He plays these beautiful ancient melodies alongside his original compositions, that have been described as wordless songs or abstract gospel. Pianist Tord Gustavsen is a household name in Norwegian jazz. He has formed various ensembles, and has collaborated with remarkable vocalists such as Silje Nergaard, and Simin Tander. Gustavsen has incorporated various styles, from jazz and funk to folk, ultimately developing his own style. He made his breakthrough with his piano trio. 2022 will see the release of Opening, another trio album.



Pianist and ECM recording artist from Brooklyn blends jazz with eastern influences Philip Dizack trumpet, Shai Maestro piano, Jorge Roeder bass, Ofri Nehemya drums With his successful debut album on ECM, Shai Maestro instantly became part of the line of famous jazz pianists who have defined the label: Keith Jarrett, Paul Bley and Chick Corea. This year sees the release of the album by the New York pianist and his close-knit trio. They mix jazz with all kinds of influences, Eastern as well as European and American. Special guest is young trumpeter Philip Dizack, named by Downbeat as one of the twenty-five ‘Trumpet Players for the Future’. Shai Maestro began playing classical piano at the age of five and after listening to Oscar Peterson at the age of eight he became mad about jazz. He turned down offers from prestigious American music schools and at nineteen he joined famous double bassist Avishai Cohen. For five years he celebrated success at the best known festivals and venues with Cohen and drummer Mark Guiliana. Shai moved to Brooklyn, New York, where he formed his own trio in 2011. ‘A formidable composer and performer who frequently fashions the sounds of his native Israel into the stuff of improvised fantasias’ (The Guardian).



Celebrated trumpeter presents his new album with contemporary hymns. Dave Douglas trumpet, Jon Irabagon saxophone, Marta Warelis piano, Nick Dunston upright bass, Rudy Royston drums For his album Songs of Ascent, Dave Douglas wrote a new kind of psalms, inspired by the eponymous bible book, but not bound to any church or religion. For this project, the famous American trumpet called in the help of his quintet, which he founded around ten years ago. Each musician recorded their contribution from his or her own home. Now they will finally join forces again on stage. Dave Douglas has become a household name in the music world since the 1980s. He recorded hundreds of albums, collaborating with jazz legends such as Hirace Silver, avant-garde players such as John Zorn, and pop stars such as Tom Waits. An important chapter in his career was the groundbreaking Masada ensemble led by John Zorn. He also recorded a well-received album together with pianist/composer Misha Mengelberg, in a quartet featuring drummer Han Bennink.

Dutch Concert Big Band - Tangerine (Live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


🤍 Sax:Jasper van Damme, Donald Simoen, Joao Driessen, Caspar van Wijk, Matthias van den Brande trombones: Jos van den Heuvel, Peter Keijsers, Pablo Martinez, Bart van Gorp trumpets:Ywo Lamonaca, Felix Blum, Gidon Nunez Vaz, Jan-Willem te Kiefte, Coos Zwagerman guitar: Durk Hijma piano: Koen Schalkwijk bass: Ties Laarakker drums: Kevin van den Elzen conductor:Thomas Welvaadt The Dutch Concert Big Band performs Tangerine, a composition by Victor Schertzinger & Kenny Napper DCBB perfoms forgotten music from the archives of the, Public Broadcast service music centre (Muziek Centrum van de Omroep). The concept and goal of the Dutch Concert Big Band is playing less known or “almost forgotten” repertoire by the finest jazz artists in the world. Besides that, the bands goal is to bring this music to a young audience. 🤍 Broadcast december 21th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded 🤍 Bimhuis Amsterdam for VPRO Vrije Geluiden. Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO."



James Brandon Lewis saxophone, Chris Hoffman cello, Max Jaffe drums James Brandon Lewis is a valuable addition to the impressive list of tenor sax players who have left their mark on jazz history. His powerful, flexible style has been praised by respected predecessors such as Sonny Rollins and J.D. Allen. Like them, Lewis excels in the trio line-up. He can move effortlessly through a variety of styles, from hip-hop and gospel to raw funk jazz in the vein of Ornette Coleman’s Prime Time. Lewis recorded albums with, among others, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Rudy Royston en Chad Taylor (Chicago Underground). His performance at the NN North Sea Jazz Festival 2016 was regarded as one of the highlights of the festival that year. Now Lewis has a new trio including leaders in their own right cellist Chris Hoffman and drummer Mark Jaffe, with one goal in mind: to chase energy!

BIMHUIS TV Presents: Gilad Hekselman Trio - part 1


Crystal clear and at the same time warm: meet this top of the bill guitar trio from New York. Gilad Hekselman guitar, Petros Klampanis double bass, Amir Bressler drums Gilad Hekselman is one of those guitar players who seduces you with a warm, clean tone, and will move you to the edge of your seat with breathtaking improvisations. He has established himself as one of the leading voices in jazz guitar. While he regularly collaborates with top players in all kinds of bands, it’s his own trio in which he can truly stretch out. Here he plays his own music, which can be described as melodic, narrative and full of surprising twists and turns. Timeless, as you can expect from the classic guitar, bass and drums line-up.

BIMHUIS TV | Phronesis


This energetic formation from London gives a futuristic twist to the jazz formula of piano, bass and drums. ‘A killer live band’ (The Guardian). Everything and everyone in the universe is interconnected: this is what Phronesis want to communicate with the album We Are All, the current highlight of their oeuvre according to de Volkskrant. The threesome from London became a big name at (jazz) festivals thanks to their exciting ensemble playing, sometimes close-knit and sometimes disorienting, but always in balance. Double bassist Jasper Høiby, pianist Ivo Neame and drummer Anton Eger all provide the compositions. ‘Directing, disrupting and bringing everything to a good conclusion. This is what Phronesis, founded by London-based, Danish-born bassist Jasper Høiby has been doing since day one. The long blonde frontman plays his double bass intensely, as an archer, plucking the strings as if he’s shooting arrows. Together with his inventive trio he keeps on evoking new and different atmospheres’ (NRC) BIMHUIS - March 30 2019

BIMHUIS Groove Beest Familieconcerten


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BIMHUIS TV Presents: Bill Stewart Trio feat Larry Grenadier and Walter Smith III


New trio led by American drummer known for his collaborations with John Scofield and Pat Metheny. Walter Smith III tenor saxophone, Larry Grenadier double bass, Bill Stewart drums. Bill Stewart has been one of the most in demand drummers in jazz for over thirty years. Recently he formed a new trio under his own name, featuring his contemporary Larry Grenadier on bass, and the younger tenor saxophonist Walter Smith III. Their mastery leaves Stewart enough space to shape his own compositions. Their album Band Menu (released in 2018) sounds understated and melodic, yet rich in form and invention. Bill Stewart has performed at the BIMHUIS many times in the successful bands of John Scofield. He also played here with Chris Potter, in the organ trio with Larry Goldings and Peter Bernstein, in Chris Potter’s band, but also twice before with a trio of his own. Together with Larry Grenadier he has played in the bands of Scofield and Pat Metheny. Grenadier is best known from the Brad Mehldau Trio. Walter Smith II has played with, among others, Roy Haynes and Ambrose Akinmusire.



Groove and swing by the masters of Hammond jazz from New York. Larry Goldings Hammond B3 organ, Peter Bernstein guitar, Bill Stewart drums Larry Goldings has a unique style on the Hammond B3 organ, with which he could be heard alongside John Scofield, Maceo Parker and Norah Jones. ‘More ‘cool’ than ‘sweat’, but certainly not without feel’, is how Dutch daily NRC described his trio with guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Bill Stewart. All three play equally important parts in their brilliant melting pot of groove, melody and swing. These phenomenal American musicians have been playing as a trio for thirty years. Peter Bernstein made name as a guitarist playing with Sonny Rollins. Bill Stewart is a great example for jazz drummers since he played with John Scofield and Chris Potter. 2022 saw the release of their most recent album Perpetual Pendulum on Smoke Sessions, the label connected to the infamous Smoke Jazz Club in New York.



Influential American saxophonist presents new album Return to the Stars on ECM Records. Mark Turner tenor saxophone, Jason Palmer trumpet, Joe Martin double bass, Jonathan Pinson, drums Mark Turner is a role model for the younger generations of saxophone players. His exploratory intellect and intimate expressivity on the tenor horn has regularly brought up comparisons with one of his great examples, Warne Marsh. Regarding his compositions, Turner also stands out for his original sources of inspiration: his recent album Return from the Stars, released on ECM Records, was named after the science fiction novel by Stanisłav Lem from 1961. What’s so striking about the Mark Turner Quartet is the ingenious interplay between Turner’s tenor sax and Jason Palmer’s trumpet. Circling around them are the double bass of Joe Martin, and the drums of Jonathan Pinson, who get plenty of freedom in this line-up. The result is an open sound that offers equal space to each of the four musicians. Mark Turner has previously played sold-out performances on our stage as a member of Fly, the all-star trio with double bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jeff Ballard.

BIMHUIS TV Presents: Daniel Garcia Diego Trio


FLAMENCO BIËNNALE 2023 Vibrant contemporary jazz with a flamenco tinge. Daniel Garcia Diego piano, Reinier “el Negrón” bass, Michael Olivera drums ‘Jazz and flamenco are brothers,’ says Daniel García Diego, one of the most exciting pianists of the new Spanish jazz generation. For his most recent albums Travesuras and Vía de la Plata he dug deep into the music of his native country, combining it with the vocabulary of the modern jazz trio. The result is an expressive personal style, in which rhythmic intensity goes hand in hand with melodic wealth and harmonic finesse. Daniel García Diego studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston with Panamanian Grammy winner Danilo Pérez, who became world famous as the pianist in Wayne Shorter’s band. Pérez became Daniel’s mentor and played an important role in his development. The Daniel García Diego will perform as part of the Dutch Flamenco Biennial. For the ninth time the Flamenco Biennial will host concerts on our stage, with a focus on the crossover between jazz and flamenco.

BIMHUIS TV | Tord Gustavsen Trio


Norwegian jazz pianist Tord Gustavsen reaches hidden depths with a repertory including original interpretations of ancient hymns from his home country. ‘Hypnotically strong’ (The Guardian). For his new album The Other Side on ECM Records, Tord Gustavsen adapted Norwegian hymns as well as Bach chorals. These beautiful ancient melodies are featured alongside his original compositions, that have been described as wordless songs or abstract gospel. The Other Side is the first recording by his new trio, as a sequel to the successful trilogy of trio albums that appeared on ECM from 2003-2007. Pianist Tord Gustavsen is a household name in Norwegian jazz. He formed various ensembles and collaborated with remarkable vocalists such as Silje Nergaard and Simin Tander. Gustavsen incorporates various styles in his music, from jazz and funk to folk, developing his own style. ‘The Other Side finds contrast, as well as communion, between seemingly opposed traditions. The trio’s ability to capture doubt, joy and anxiety with a few notes is breathtaking’ (Downbeat). Tord Gustavsen piano, Sigurd Hole bas, Jarle Vespestad drums BIMHUIS | Februari 22nd 2019



Highly praised saxophonist from New York who interweaves jazz and Indian music. Oded Tzur, tenor sax, Nitay Hershkovits piano, Petros Klampanis, double bass, Johnathan Blake drums Oded Tzur is a tenor saxophonist with a warm tone reminiscent of John Coltrane, with which he convincingly blends blues, Indian ragas, synagogue prayers and classical music into an unmistakable universal language. He is praised for his narrative compositions, his unprecedented control over the saxophone’s dynamics and his singular technique of sliding between its various notes. Born in Tel Aviv and currently living in New York, the saxophonist also studied Indian music with the legendary flutist Hariprasad Chaurasia at the Rotterdam conservatory. Isabela, his fourth album as a leader, will be released in April 2022 on ECM Records.



Promising saxophonist from Glasgow combines jazz with influences from Scottish folk music. Matt Carmichael tenor sax, Fergus McCreadie piano, Charlie Stewart violin, Ali Watson bass, Tom Potter drums Matt Carmichael was born in Conon Bridge, a small village in the Scottish Highlands. Since his teens he has been recognized as an exceptional talent on tenor sax. His recent album Marram is named after the long grass of the Scottish coastal sand dunes. This landscape is an important influence for the saxophonist’s compositions, which he performs together with respected musicians from the Glasgow jazz scene. Matt Carmichael started his career with the het National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland. In 2021 he was invited by the Grammy-winning WDR Big Band to be a guest soloist, performing his own music as arranged by Bob Mintzer. A remarkable addition to his own band is Charlie Stewart, a violinist with a traditional Scottisch background. Pianist Fergus McCreadie has previously performed on our stage with his trio.



Remarkable harmony between trumpet playing and vocals, led by celebrated French jazz player. Isabel Sorling vocals, Airelle Besson trumpet, Benjamin Moussay piano/keyboards, Fabrice Moreau drums Trumpeter Airelle Bresson is praised for her clear, powerful sound. In her home country of France she has received multiple important jazz awards. After five years, the sound of her current band has strengthened. Their new album Try! sounds spontaneous and accessible. Swedish vocalist Isabel Sörling plays an important part with her wordless vocals, alternated with song lyrics. Airelle Besson started playing trumpet at a very young age. She was trained by, among others, Wynton Marsalis, Pierre Gillet and Kato Havas. She has been a valued member of various groups led by prestigious artists, notably in Charlie Haden and Carla Bley’s Liberation Music Orchestra. Additionally, she has collaborated with legends such as Michel Portal, Manu Katché, and Philip Catherine, and with younger greats such as Avishai Cohen, Greg Hutchinson and José James.

Jimmy Rosenberg Trio live @ Bimhuis Amsterdam


Jimmy Rosenberg Trio live 🤍 Gypsy Jazz Festival - Bimhuis Amsterdam 21 jan ‘23 Awesome show of this incredible guitarist.

BIMHUIS TV Presents: Lionel Loueke Solo


Guitar hero pays tribute to his mentor Herbie Hancock in a unique solo performance. Lionel Loueke guitar/voice On his solo album HH, Lionel Loueke honors an absolute jazz legend, Herbie Hancock. For over fifteen years, guitar virtuoso Loueke has been playing in the band of the great American pianist and composer. With his unique picking style and vocalizations, he interprets the timeless melodies of his mentor, including classics such as Cantaloupe Island, Maiden Voyage en Rockit. Since he started playing guitar at seventeen, Lionel Loueke underwent a stunning development, from playing to cassette tapes in his native Cotonou, Benin, to performing for president Obama at the White House. Alongside legends such as Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea, he has collaborated with the greatest talents of his generation, including Esperanza Spalding and Robert Glasper.

BIMHUIS TV Presents : Benjamin Herman Trio ft. Oscar Jan Hoogland | From Amsterdam to Harlem


Discover the roots of the Amsterdam jazz scene with three bands, in collaboration with Stichting New Amsterdam Jazz and the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, New York. Benjamin Herman Trio ft. Oscar Jan Hoogland Benjamin Herman alto saxophone , Oscar Jan Hoogland piano, Thomas Pol double bass, Joost Patočka drums At the core of the Dutch jazz history and culture is the Amsterdam school of jazz improv, with pianist and composer Misha Mengelberg as one of its key figures. Celebrated alto saxophone player Benjamin Herman dives into the legacy of Mengelberg, continuing his work together with his trio and improv jazz pianist Oscar Jan Hoogland.

Jambinai 잠비나이 - Connection (live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


🤍 Jambinai 잠비나이 performs their own composition Connection. Ilwoo Lee - guitar/ laptop/ piri, Eunyoug Sim – Geomungo, Bomi Kim – Heageum 🤍 The band creates a new form of music that mixes heavy post-rock and avant-garde, played on Korean traditional instruments like the haegeum, the piri and the geomungo, and electric guitars and electronics. Broadcast november 1st. 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded 🤍 Bimhuis Amsterdam. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO

BIMHUIS TV | Kenny Garrett Quintet


Kenny Garrett, alto/sopranosax, Corcoran Holt bass, Vernell Brown piano, Samuel Laviso drums, Rudy Bird percussion Kenny Garrett is among the most popular and influential alto saxophonists of his generation. ‘A tornado of sound that swirls with passion’ (Downbeat). Saxophonist Kenny Garrett experienced a major breakthrough right after he played the BIMHUIS the first time, in 1986 with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. With his powerful playing on alto and soprano he made waves in Miles Davis’ band and he achieved great success as a solo artist. His rare performances at the BIMHUIS are referred to as ‘legendary’ (de Volkskrant); ‘Kenny Garrett turns the BIMHUIS on its head’, said Jazzenzo about his previous gig here. On his most recent album Do Your Dance all kinds of dance music are incorporated, from funk and hip-hop to grooves and beats from Africa and Brazil. In live performances, Kenny Garrett’s regular quintet is known to make people dance as well. Part of the group is seasoned percussionist Rudy Bird, who has also performed with Miles Davis. ‘A soloist of volcanic intensity’ (New York Times on Kenny Garrett). ‘His brawny tone is one of the most immediately identifiable and pleasurable sounds in jazz’ (Downbeat). ‘He’s the most interesting alto player around, my favorite’ (David Sanborn). BIMHUIS | February 2nd 2020

BIMHUIS TV | Becca Stevens


Becca Stevens vocals/guitar/charango/ukelele, Michelle Willis vocals/keyboards, Christopher Tordini vocals/bass, Jordan Perlson vocals/percussion, Jan Esbra Guitar This fall Becca Stevens will present new music in the vein of the avant-garde pop of Talking Heads and Feist, adding another layer to her unique personal style. In her four-piece band she plays with creative jazz musicians from her habitat Brooklyn. The new songs promise to be open and transparent, a surprising next step after the rich, narrative music of her previous album Regina. On this release she collaborated with major artists such as Laura Mvula, Jacob Collier and David Crosby (of Crosby, Stills & Nash). Regina received unanimous praise, including a five star review in Downbeat. Becca Stevens was raised in North Carolina and her singing and playing still carries traces of the regional Appalachian folk music, where she accompanies herself on ukulele and lute. In New York she was schooled in jazz and she developed her own style, taking cue from her hero Joni Mitchell. Famous colleagues are in awe of her: Esperanza Spalding, Kurt Elling and José James praise her for her vocal control and her original sound. Becca previously collaborated with Ambrose Akinmusire and is a member of the vocal trio Tillery with Gretchen Parlato and Rebecca Martin. ‘Blessed with a wonderful voice and the ability to craft compelling songs bordering on pop, rock, folk and jazz. The musicality that speaks from every note is astounding’ (Heaven).



Unique, globally influential hybrid between big band and chamber orchestra, spurred on by Holland’s most adventurous drummer Han Bennink. Michael Moore, alto saxophone/clarinet, Ab Baars, tenor saxophone/clarinet, Tobias Delius tenor saxophone, Wolter Wierbos trombone, Thomas Heberer trumpet, Mary Oliver violin/viola, Tristan Honsinger cello, Guus Janssen piano, Ernst Glerum bass, Han Bennink drums In 1967, together with pianist/composer Misha Mengelberg, Han Bennink stood at the foundations of the versatile ICP Orchestra, which is currently known as one of the most creative groups in modern jazz. Mengelberg passed away in 2017, but his compositions are kept alive by a basically steady line-up. While Mengelberg’s oeuvre forms the basis, no ICP concert is ever the same. The musicians of the ICP Orchestra have learned to deal with each other’s quirks, when it comes to timing and intonation. They know how to confuse each other, to bend or derail the music while performing. Because of that, the music is full of surprises, unexpected turns, flexible grace and weird eruptions.

BIMHUIS Live Performance: Jure Pukl - Doubtless


Jure Pukl - Doubtless This performance was live on February 23rd, 2018 Jure Pukl is one of Slovenia’s most prolific and creative saxophonists, and performs all over the world as one of the new generation of musicians shaping the future of jazz. This show features the lineup from his recent album, Doubtless: tenor sax frontline of Jure Pukl and his partner Melissa Aldana, with bassist Joe Sanders and drummer Greg Hutchinson, both from New York. Doubtless was released on Greg Osby’s Inner Circle label. Jure Pukl & Melissa Aldana: tenor saxophone Joe Sanders: bass Gregory Hutchinson: drums Special guests: Tineke Postma & Ben van Gelder: saxophone, Kaja Draksler: piano Link to the full article: 🤍 Social Media Links! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Mixcloud: 🤍

BIMHUIS Live Performance: Verheyen / Copland / Van der Feen / McPherson


Verheyen - Copland - Van der Feen - McPherson This performance was live on February 24th, 2018. Robin Verheyen can switch effortlessly between jazz, rock and Bach, but concentrates on acoustic improvisation with his New York quartet. The Flemish saxophonist performed recently at the BIMHUIS, accompanied by his band TaxiWars, which features dEUS frontman and cult indie legend Tom Barman. This BIMHUIS performance is a presentation of When Birds Leave, his new album with pianist Copland, double bassist Drew Gress and drummer Billy Hart*. The tireless Hart was performing live with Otis Redding, Sam & Dave and other such soul greats more than half a century ago, and has made albums with the likes of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Pharoah Sanders. He performs regularly at the BIMHUIS, often with younger musicians such as Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson (The Bad Plus). Robin Verheyen: saxophone Marc Copland: piano (Drew Gress will be replaced by) Clemens van der Feen: bass (Billy Hart will be replaced by) Eric McPherson: drums Link to the full article: 🤍 Social Media Links! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Mixcloud: 🤍

Jimmy Rosenberg trio with David Bamps | Tears | Bimhuis Amsterdam | 20 januari 2023


Jimmy Rosenberg trio with David Bamps performing 'Tears' Bimhuis Amsterdam 20 januari 2023 Mindblowing performance 😍 by Jimmy Rosenberg trio and David Bamps at the Bimhuis ❤️ All rights reserved by Jimmy Rosenberg trio and David Bamps

BIMHUIS Radio Live Concert: Ben Wendel Season Band


Ben Wendel Season Band This concert was live on October 28th, 2018. American saxophonist Ben Wendel, known from the band Kneebody, recently appeared with Seasons, a remarkable video series on YouTube: 12 duets, composed for and dedicated to 12 musicians he admires, released over 12 months. Ben Wendel is a versatile musician, who effortlessly switches between tenor sax and bassoon and from jazz to classical music, funk or West Coast hip-hop. He was born in Vancouver, raised in Los Angeles and is currently living in Brooklyn, New York. Alongside jazz musicians such as Antonio Sánchez and Tigran Hamasyan he has collaborated with, among others, Prince, Snoop Dogg and producer/beat maker Daedelus. Ben Wendel: tenor saxophone, Gilad Hekselman: guitar, Sullivan Fortner (replaces Kevin Hays): piano, Joe Martin: bas, Kendrick Scott: drums Link to the full Article: 🤍 Social Media Links! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Mixcloud: 🤍

Kovacs - My Love (Live @ Bimhuis Amsterdam)


Kovacs performs My Love. Broadcasted June 15th 10.30 AM (GMT +1) More on: 🤍 This video was recorded in Bimhuis Amsterdam for VPRO Vrije Geluiden. Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO.

BIMHUIS Radio Live Concert: Kaja Draksler Octet


KAJA DRAKSLER OCTET This concert was live on May 24th, 2018. Eight international musicians from Amsterdam come together in the group of pianist Kaja Draksler, who alternates songs and improvisations with compositions inspired by modern classical music. Kaja Draksler received the Paul Acket Award 2018, a yearly award granted to a musician deserving wider recognition for his/her exceptional musical talent by North Sea Jazz. The Kaja Draksler Octet is a colorful group featuring very diverse musicians from different countries, with Amsterdam as their home base. The music of pianist Kaja Draksler varies from simple songs to intricate compositions with refined textures inspired by modern classical music. Greek artist Andriana Minou wrote various lyrics especially for this group. Laura Polence & Björk Níelsdóttir: vocals, Ada Rave, Ab Baars: reeds, George Dumitriu: violin/viola, Kaja Draksler: piano/composition, Lennart Heyndels: double bass, Onno Govaert: drums Link to the full Article: 🤍 Social Media Links! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Mixcloud: 🤍

Maartje Meijer Band - Floating (live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


full episode: 🤍 Maartje Meijer band performs Floating, composed by Maartje Meijer. Maartje Meijer - piano/ vocals, Joris Roelofs - basklarinet, Maarten Hogenhuis - saxophone, Joan Terrol Amigo - drums, Tobias Nijboer - bass Broadcast december 20th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded in Bimhuis Amsterdam. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO

Live Music @ Word Blend Café - Bimhuis - Amsterdam


Daags voor Prinsjesdag beleefde het World Blend Café zijn eerste editie van het nieuwe seizoen met levende muziek van Luciano Maio (Sicilië) en Rumbatá Beat Band, o.l.v. Jaime Rodriguez bron: 🤍

STUFF. - Skywalker (live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


Episode: 🤍 STUFF. performs Skywalker. STUFF. is a Belgian electro funk band. Andrew Claes - sax/EWI, Joris Caluwaerts – keys, Lander Gyselinck - drums, Dries Laheye - bass, Menno Steensels - turntable 🤍 Broadcast november 8th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded 🤍 Bimhuis Amsterdam. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO

Maartje Meijer Band - The Sun is Gone (live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


full episode: 🤍 Maartje Meijer band performs The Sun is Gone, composed by Maartje Meijer. Maartje Meijer - piano/ vocals, Joris Roelofs - basklarinet, Maarten Hogenhuis - saxophone, Joan Terrol Amigo - drums, Tobias Nijboer - bass, Jesse van Ruller - guitar 🤍 Broadcast december 27th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded in Bimhuis Amsterdam VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO

Vuma Levin Quintet - End of the rainbow (Live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


🤍 Vuma Levin Quintet: Vuma Levin – guitar, Bernard van Rossum – saxophone, Xavi Torres Vincente – piano, Marco Zenin – bass, Jeroen Batterink - Drums Vuma Levin Quintet performs End of the rainbow, a composition by Vuma Levin Broadcast september 27th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded 🤍 Bimhuis Amsterdam. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO

Kapok - Pediplen (live @Bimhuis Amsterdam)


🤍 Kapok: Morris Kliphuis - French horn, Timon Koomen - guitar, Remco Menting - percussion The unusual jazztrio Kapok performs Pediplen, from their 2015 album 'Glass To Sand' 🤍 Broadcast october 11th 10.30 am (GMT +1) NPO1 More on: 🤍 This video was recorded 🤍 Bimhuis Amsterdam. VPRO Vrije Geluiden is a music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organisation VPRO"

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