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The De Jong/Rebane/Kantonen Trio: Intercities

Read "Intercities" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Intercities is the debut album from the trio of pianist Jetse de Jong, bassist Robert Rebane and drummer Roope Kantonen. The multi-national group hails from The Netherlands, Estonia, and Finland, respectively. All in their early twenties, the musicians met while attending the Conservatory of Amsterdam. De Jong, who studied both classical piano and jazz, was inspired to learn jazz by a recording of Fats Domino at an early age. He has toured and performed on radio and television throughout Europe ...

ALBUM REVIEW

Jetse de Jong: Intercities

Read "Intercities" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Adept at drawing upon all the Nordic shades of prolonged light, Amsterdam-based pianist {Jetse de Jong, drummer Roope Kantonen, and bassist Robert Rebane tell their travelogues while fully bearing witness to ours, resulting in a debut of articulate beauty and restive motion. The seven well-crafted, diligently thought-out de Jong compositions which make up the whole of Intercities carry us not only into the ethereal and sometimes all too fleeting instant of creation, but also into the process by ...


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