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Sebastiaan de Krom

Dutch drummer Sebastiaan de Krom (Dordrecht, 1970) plays drums with jazz artists like Geoff Gascoyne and Jamie Cullum.

He started playing drums at age three. Sebastiaan de Krom received his frst lessons from his father, who played in a jazz band, followed by Gijsbert Zwart in Ede. Sebastiaan de Krom went to the Berkley School of Music, where he received lessons by John Ramsey, Joe Hunt, and Jon Hazilla among others. He took private lessons from Ralph Peterson as well, followed by a study at the Monk Institute New England Conservatory, where he studied with Fred Buddha, and with Charlie Parship in New York.

Sebastiaan de Krom has played with Guy Barker, Tommy Smith, Tim Garland's Big Band, Herbie Hancock, Gene Harris, Wynton Marsalis, John Scofield, Clark Terry, Phil Woods, Barry Harris, Dave Holland, Joe Lock, Ron Carter, Steve Watts and Hein van de Geijn among others.

Sebastiaan de Krom is currently residing in London, UK.


Album Review

Wilma Baan: Look At Me Now!

Read "Look At Me Now!" reviewed by Neil Duggan

Originally from The Netherlands and now settled in the UK, vocalist Wilma Baan's story is one of perseverance. Mid-way through her singing career in the '80s, she was diagnosed with a condition that meant gradually worsening hearing loss. Although she could still hear high tones, she had little choice but to pause her career. Fortunately, in the late '90s, technological breakthroughs in digital hearing aids and Bluetooth enabled her to re-capture enough of the sound that had been lost so ...

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Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

Look At Me Now!

Self Produced


Bein’ Green

From: Look At Me Now!
By Sebastiaan de Krom


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