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Bram Stadhouders

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Bram Stadhouders was born into a musical family in 1987 in Tilburg, the Netherlands. His father being a guitar teacher and his mother a classical piano teacher, he was drowned into music since birth. He got classical guitar lessons from his dad when he became 6 years old. He received 2 classical guitar awards when he was 8 and 9. As a kid he started playing in a rockband and a jazzband, touring through the Netherlands in the biggest venues and events, being on TV, and winning important Dutch competitions. He also played with great dutch jazz musicians like Harmen Fraanje and Hein van de Geyn. Besides making his own solo-albums, these days he's playing mostly improvised ambient-jazz music with drummer Onno Govaert, using a guitar synthesizer and laptop

Album

Miin Triuwa

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Bure Thii Northwint; Samo Stark So The Dooth; Vrohta Endi Bivunga; Over Himila; Sunna Wisheida; Reinon Githankon; Miin Triuwa; Thiin Stemma Skelle In Ewon.

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Article: Album Review

Under The Surface: Miin Triuwa

Read "Miin Triuwa" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Under The Surface goes Dutch on Miin Triuwa. Well, Old Dutch, to be precise, as it is the language of The Netherlands' early medieval period that provides the grist to singer Sanne Rambags' poetic mill. It is a concept as unexpected as it is original, but three albums into its fascinating journey, the trio co-founded by ...

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Article: Interview

Joost Lijbaart: Free Conversations With Myself

Read "Joost Lijbaart: Free Conversations With Myself" reviewed by Ian Patterson


For an artist, making any album is something of a journey—the birthing of ideas, the moulding and sculpting of concepts, the creative trial and error, the emotional highs and lows, and in the end, the satisfaction of a work completed. Dutch drummer/percussionist and composer Joost Lijbaart has travelled that road many times in a thirty-year career, ...

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Article: Album Review

Joost Lijbaart: Free

Read "Free" reviewed by Ian Patterson


As a student in the 1980s, Dutch drummer-percussionist Joost Lijbaart first dreamt of making a solo album, inspired by the examples of Tony Oxley, Pierre Favre, Art Blakey, Max Roach and Jack DeJohnette. A successful recording and touring career with Yuri Honing—and with his own groups—left little time for such a focused project. In 2014, Lijbaart ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Joost Lijbaart: Under The Surface

Read "Joost Lijbaart: Under The Surface" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Dutch drummer Joost Lijbaart (known for his work with Dutch saxophonist Yuri Honing) first performed with this trio at the request of vocalist Sanne Rambags, along with guitarist Bram Stadhouders (known for his work with the Netherlands chamber choir, American drummer Jim Black and Norwegian vocalist Sidsel Endresen). At the time Rambags was twenty years old, ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Under the Surface

Read "Under the Surface" reviewed by BIMHUIS


Under the Surface was formed by drummer Joost Lijbaart (known as a member of Yuri Honing's bands, young vocalist Sanne Rambags (winner of the Conservatorium Talent Award 2017) and guitarist Bram Stadhouders (who previously collaborated with Netherlands Chamber Choir, Jim Black and Sidsel Endresen). They have developed what they consider to be a 'universal ...

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Article: Album Review

Joost Lijbaart: Under The Surface

Read "Under The Surface" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Silence frames music--before it sounds and after the final vibration of the last note has died. Often associated with an absence of communication, silence is also revered in certain communal ritual/cultural spaces. Poetic or damning, eerie or calming, silence never leaves us indifferent. Some composers have embraced it to a significant degree as part of the ...

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Article: Live Review

European Jazz Network General Assembly: Bari, Italy, September 27-30, 2012

Read "European Jazz Network General Assembly: Bari, Italy, September 27-30, 2012" reviewed by Henning Bolte


European Jazz Network General AssemblyBari/ItalySeptember 27-30, 2012The European Jazz Network (EJN)-an association of presenters, producers of venues, festivals and of facilitating national jazz organizations from various European countries-celebrated its 25th anniversary during its General Assembly, which took place September 27-30, 2012 at the Puglian capital, Bari, in South Italy.From the very ...

Album

Bell Time

Label: Beluga Recordings
Released: 2011


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