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Konrad Koselleck Big Band with Chris Bajema Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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A podcast by radio and theatre maker Chris Bajema, a.k.a. The Man with the Microphone, is produced on stage, with a live soundtrack by the Konrad Koselleck Big Band.

Chris Bajema is the pioneer of podcasts in The Netherlands. After years of making documentaries and radio plays for broadcasting companies he finally took the step to create programs on his own. As the Man with the Microphone, traveling in an orange Ford Transit bus, he aims to discover beautiful stories. Additionally, he records scenes with, among others, actors Cecile Heuer, Leopold Witte, Marcel Hensema, Bert Kommerij and Diederik Ebbinge. Paulien Cornelisse writes a telephone dialogue for every episode.

The music of the Konrad Koselleck Big Band unites people. The leading orchestra offers its audience inspiring, adventurous and groundbreaking concerts with artistic, emotional and social relevance. With music as a connector, the big band aims to reach different audiences and cultures.

Konrad Koselleck: conduction; Coen Kaldeway: saxophone; Marike van Dijk: saxophone; Joao Driessen: saxophone; Kees van Lier: saxophone; Kees van Dooremalen: saxophone; Charlie Biggs: trumpet; Florian Sperzel: trumpet; Suzan Veneman: trumpet; Gerard Kleijn: trumpet; Bastiaan Woltjer: trombone; Matthias Konrad: trombone; Pablo MArtinez: trombone; Axel Schappert: trombone; Kai von Rosenberg: guitar; Charly Zastrau: piano; Mark Haanstra: bass; Haye Jellema: drums.

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  • Introduction Bimhuis Radio 0:00
  • Live Concert @ BIMHUIS 2:00

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