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Erik Bogaerts

Studied with John Ruocco, Ben Sluijs and Jeroen Van Herzeele, graduated 2008 won the young jazz talent Ghent award in 2009 recorded his first album at DEWERF records in 2012 with the band 'banjax', osa recorded the album 'Vekk' with Alexi Tuomarila in 2014 recorded two albums with the band 'Llop': Lampke and J, Imp recorded with the band Les Chroniques De L'Inutile, 2016 (El Negocito Records) recorded with the band Mephiti, 2017 (El Negocito Records) Gave masterclass at dance company ROSAS for the creation ' A Love Supreme' by Salva Sanchis and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker played with theater company tGSTAN (OOGST)

Karl Van Deun

Karl is mainly self taught. His main experience is in the folk music, choral music, bluegrass, western swing, country, pop, rock, the R & B, jazz,... Today, jazz has become the main mean of expression in his music, that has integrated all these other musical styles.. He participated in two jazz workshop at Dworp, and attended courses at the Jazzstudio (Antwerp), during two semesters, as a free student. Took guitar lessons with Peter HERTMANS, Garisson FEWELL, Serge LAZAREVITCH and Pierre VAN DORMAEL. In 1991 et 1993, Karl obtains first prize for guitar jazz and for jazz harmony at the Brussels Royal Conservatory. Karl VAN DEUN was a member of Erwin VANN's band, with bassist Michel HATZIGEORGIOU and drummer Dré PALLEMAERTS. He now appears a.o

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Joachim Badenhorst: Forest // Mori

Read "Forest // Mori" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Clarinetist Joachim Badenhorst probably doesn't know who Ray Johnson is, or was. He died 20 years ago. Johnson, the father of Mail Art, created a network of artists and patrons beginning in the1960s through his correspondences. He called them 'correspondances.' His mailings created a worldwide democratic system for art. Mail Art peaked pre-internet, in ...

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Summer Programme Jazz Middelheim Is Complete

Summer Programme Jazz Middelheim Is Complete

Jazz Middelheim, from 14 to 17 August in Antwerp's Den Brandt Park, announces complete programme The event is already living up to its international reputation as an innovative jazz festival with, among others, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter in duo, Ahmad Jamal, Enrico Rava & Stefano Bollani, Dave Douglas Quintet and, as previously announced, bassist Avishai ...


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