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Live From Brussels: Naima Joris, Sonico & Schroothoop

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Naima Joris & Vitja Pauwels Het Huys October 4, 2020 Naima Joris is probably best described as a singer, her voice being the absolutely dominant aspect of each song, but she's also a complete multi-instrumentalist, selecting from soprano saxophone, keyboards, acoustic guitar and a variety of percussion tools. ...

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Olivier Collette

Olivier was born in 1973. Primarily student of Diederik Wissels, he graduated from the Jazz section of the Brussels conservatory in 1996. His teacher was Eric Legnini. Then, he studied 3 months in New-York with Kenny Werner and Fred Hersch. He played in many clubs and festivals in Europe and the Middle-East (« Jazz à Liège », « Jazz à Sète », « Dubai Jazz festival », « Abu Dhabi Jazz festival »,…) with musicians like Philip Catherine, Bert Joris, Steve Houben, Bruno Castellucci, Philippe Aerts, Jean-Louis Rassinfosse, Olivier ker Ourio, Phil Abraham, Fabien Degryse, Peter Hertmans… In 2004, he received the SABAM award for the best Jazz composition

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Live From Flanders: Bart Maris, Jasper Stadhouders, Joachim Badenhorst & Jan Devlieger

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Bart Maris & Jasper Stadhouders Parazzar Bruges, Belgium July 17, 2020 The Dutch-speaking Flemish north of Belgium has its own scene, even though crossing over to a great degree with the central Brussels hub. In quaintly historic Bruges, the Parazzar bar/restaurant is a well-established joint with a pronounced ...

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Christian Klinkenberg

Christian Klinkenberg (b. 1976) is a composer of jazz, avant-garde and a multimedia artist. Klinkenberg's artistic interests stem from contemporary composition concepts, jazz and improvisation. Ensembles across the European Union have performed Klinkenberg's music. In 2001 he founded his Jazz ensemble "Christian Klinkenberg Orchestra." Klinkenberg is a member of the East-Belgian based ensemble “KL-EX” where he serves as one of the ensemble leaders, composer and creative collaborator. Studies: Master's degree June 2007 @ Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel - Composition (jazz department) Master's degree June 2011 @ Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel - Composition (classical department) PhD May 2020 @ Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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Due serate al Brussels Jazz Festival 2020

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The Best of Belgian Jazz 19|20 Flagey Bruxelles 15-16.2.2020 Giunto alla sua sesta edizione, il festival jazz di Bruxelles è diventato in breve tempo un importante punto di riferimento per l'attivissima scena musicale belga, grazie a un programma che dà molto spazio ai giovani musicisti locali, pur senza rinunciare a ...

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Manfred Eicher: ECM 50 at Centre Culturel Flagey, Brussels

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This article first appeared at italia.allaboutjazz.com. ECM 50Centre Culturel FlageyBrussels, BelgiumNovember 21-24, 2019 During the year marking the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the German record company ECM, there have been numerous music festivals in Europe and America dedicated to the official celebration of the event. One of ...

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Manfred Eicher - L'uomo che fa accadere la musica: ECM 50 a Flagey, Bruxelles

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ECM 50 Centro Culturale Flagey Bruxelles, Belgio 21-24.11.2019 Nell'anno in cui ricorre il cinquantesimo anniversario della fondazione della casa discografica tedesca ECM sono stati numerosi in Europa e America i festival musicali dedicati alla celebrazione ufficiale dell'evento. Uno dei più importanti è sicuramente stato quello svoltosi alla fine di Novembre a ...

ARTICLE: FROM FAR AND WIDE

Refugee Music in Europe: Migration, Asylum, Soundroutes, and Arab Jams

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World conflicts do not spare musicians. They are among the millions of displaced persons upon the planet. A refugee assistance organization in Europe which has assisted hundreds said an accurate total is impossible to know; one estimate put the number into the thousands. Many had been privileged in their home countries, highly-educated, middle class or more. ...

Aspen Edities: The Album as a Work of Art

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It's a paradox of the digital age that it has spawned some of the most beautiful physical editions of music, but perhaps it's quite logical. In an age where almost everything becomes available digitally, it's a good thing for a physical product to distinguish itself. This is exactly what the records from the Belgian-based label Aspen ...

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Live From Brussels: Aldous Harding, Samantha Fish & Deus

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Aldous Harding Botanique May 14, 2019 The Rotonde room in Botanique is a pleasingly intimate environment with tiered ledges in, yes, a most-of-a-circle formation. For this unsurprisingly sold out show, right at the beginning of New Zealand singer Aldous Harding's European tour, all space was sardined, but your scribe fortunately ...


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