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Erik Verwey

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Over the years, Erik developed as a serious jazz artist and set up his own artist driven stages in Amsterdam (hutspot, langereis, thuis a/d Amstel) where he regularly invites some of the finest jazz performers. His debut album people flow will be released december 2020. This record will consist of his own compositions and arrangements and will feature mainly his trio with daniel van dalen on drums, hendrik müller on bass and bart wirtz and teus nobel as guests. After graduating from the conservatories of utrecht (bachelor) and the hague (master), pianist Erik Verwey (1987) worked for many years as a composer and accompanist of various successful theater and cabaret programs

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What Do You See

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 07:01

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Erik Verwey: People Flow

Read "People Flow" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Dutch pianist Erik Verwey lives in a houseboat on the river Amstel, in Amsterdam. His view takes in the shimmering water and the geometry of the right angled architectures jutting from the greenery of the shoreline. It is a view that certainly influences his music. But not perhaps as much as do the encounters with people ...

Album

People Flow

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Casa de Los Viecos; César; What Do You See; Maartje's Step; Isfahan; An Encounter; The Fall; Nyx; Little Farao; Full Force; Song For You (in F).


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