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Maarten Hogenhuis

Maarten Hogenhuis is one of Hollands leading young saxophonists. He is a member of the exhilarating powerjazzgroup BRUUT!, the two-drummer band Krupa & The Genes and leads the Maarten Hogenhuis Trio. He was also a member of The More Socially Relevant Jazz Music Ensemble (led by Reinier Baas) and is a much sought-after sideman, which resulted in the collaboration with a wide variety of artists such as Pete Philly & Perquisite, The Four Tops, The Temptations, New Cool Collective Bigband, Ben van Gelder, Benjamin Herman, Jesse van Ruller, Joris Roelofs, Anton Goudsmit and many others. In 2013 Maarten won the prestigious Keep an Eye International Jazz Award with his Maarten Hogenhuis Trio (Best Soloist and Best Band)

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Maarten Hogenhuis Trio Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Maarten Hogenhuis has been gaining international visibility with his exciting power jazz group BRUUT! and his trio has become a mainstay in Dutch jazz. The previous album Mimicry received rave reviews and this spring sees the release of its follow-up Rise & Fall. Hogenhuis wrote the music on the album especially for his current band members: ...

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Paul Bley, Yazz Ahmed, Gianluigi Trovesi, Matthieu Michel and tons of great new releases

Read "Paul Bley, Yazz Ahmed, Gianluigi Trovesi, Matthieu Michel and tons of great new releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Accordion players, saxophonists, clarinet and trombone players as well as compelling singers are at the heart of this week's focus on new releases. Give a listen and then make sure to support the musicians and the labels that put out this amazing music so that the prolific jazz phase we live in can go on, and ...

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Bruut! Live At BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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From Nagasaki to Vlieland, BRUUT! has made people sweat, scream and, above all, dance. Raw Hammond sounds, hard grooves and sixties surf blend together into a danceable whole. The eye-catcher of the foursome is rising star alto saxophonist Maarten Hogenhuis, who has performed at the BIMHUIS in bands such as Krupa & The Genes and The ...

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Dutch Concert Big Band: Plays Dutch Originals

Read "Plays Dutch Originals" reviewed by Jack Bowers

If you think locating a needle in a haystack is strenuous, try finding something less than complimentary to say about Plays Dutch Originals, an absolutely marvelous recording by the superlative Dutch Concert Big Band. As far as can be determined, this is the only album set down (to date) by the band, which was formed in ...

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12 Points 2014, Umea

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12 Points 2014 Umeå, Sweden April 10-12, 2014 Umeå, 400 miles north of Stockholm at the Ume river and near the gulf of Bothnia, is the capital of Västerbotten County. The city is located on the plain coastal strip, with an enormous wide horizon on all sides, and everything in the city ...


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