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Joris Posthumus will travel around the world for his tour in Japan and Korea!

24-09-2014 Joris Posthumus will travel around the world for his tour in Japan and Korea!

Joris Posthumus will travel to Japan and Korea for an international tour! For this he will perform together with great musicians from Japan, including his friend and colleague Yuichiro Tokudo, which he met two years ago during a tour in China with his Dutch band State of Monc.

In return Yuichiro Tokuda will come to The Netherlands and Belgium next year, for a club tour with Posthumus and Dutch jazzcats.

Tour:
03-10-2014 - JZBrat, Tokyo Shibuya
05-10-2014 - Jarasum International Jazz Festival, Korea
06-10-2014 - Royal Horse, Osaka Umeda
07-10-2014 - Jazz in Lovely, Nagoya Sakae
10-10-2014 - Candy, Chiba Inage
11-10-2014 - Jazz Promenade 2014, Kanagawa Yokohama
12-10-2014 - Cloud 9, Chiba Narita
13-10-2014 - Pit-Inn, Tokyo Shinjuku

In 2010 Posthumus released his album The Abyss on Challenge Records, with his own quartet including Jeroen van Vliet, Pascal Vermeer and Jurriaan Dekker. This album presents dynamic jazz of a high NU-bop energetic quality. The biting alto saxophone of Joris, who, whipped up by the strong rhythm section, explores all corners of the improvisation spectrum, is characteristic for the sound of the Quartet. Another characteristic is that the melody, an important ingredient of Joris’ compositions, will always sound through. Making music is all about the chemistry between the musicians. With this group Joris feels that all-important ‘click’. 

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